"Fruit very large, roundish, sometimes slightly conical; skin thick, tough, greenish yellow washed and splashed with red (sometimes purplish red) and striped with carmine; dots small to large, grayish or russet; stem short to medium in a very deep, sometimes russeted cavity; calyx usually closed; basin often oblique, rather abrupt, broadly furrowed; flesh whitish tinged yellow, coarse, moderately tender, juicy, subacid. Ripe August in Louisiana, September in most other southern states and does not store well." Calhoun, Creighton L. Old Southern Apples. Blacksburg, Va: McDonald & Woodward Pub. Co., 1995. Print.