Medium to large flattened round fruit with a corrugated basin. Tough thick skin is bright green with a pale orange-red blush, plenty of dots and russet around the stem. Like its parent, it develops a bluish bloom when ripe. All-purpose fruit with a balanced sweet-tart flavor. Stores very well.
Brought from Vermont to Potsdam, NY, by Phillip Stone around 1836 and became one of the most widely grown apples in the state. Extremely hardy. Blooms mid-late season. Z3.
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