"Fruit large to very large, three to four inches in diameter, oblate to roundish oblate, conical; skin smooth, bright yellow, sometimes faintly blushed, with a dull overcast of whitish blotches and streaks; dots small, inconspicuous, whitish or pale green, often submerged, sometimes with russet points; stem short and rather thick in a shallow, (Beach says deep) russeted cavity; calyx open; basin moderately shallow, usually furrowed; flesh yellow, rather firm, juicy, tender, breaking, subacid. Ripe September—December." Calhoun, Creighton L. Old Southern Apples. Blacksburg, Va: McDonald & Woodward Pub. Co., 1995. Print.