Milton is round-flat, medium sized, and red over green skin, with prominent white lenticels. Its soft-firm white flesh is aromatic and juicy, sweet with some tartness. It does not store well.
Discovered: 1909, New York
Parentage: McIntosh x Yellow Transparent
Harvest: Early Season
Milton was developed by Richard Wellington at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva and named for a small village in Ulster County, New York.