Large and delightfully sweet. Productive tree bears fruit that has a yellow-green skin with a darker flush where it meets the sun. Slight russeting is not uncommon. Flesh is crisp and sweet, excellent for cooking and desserts. Melds together well with other fruit, like quince, for exquisite culinary delights. This is a go-to variety for apple butter! Antique variety, originates from Connecticut, circa 1834. Also called Pumpkin Sweet. Cold-hardy. Ripens in late September. Best pollinators: Stark® Jon-A-Red® Jonathan or any Golden Delicious.