White Winter Pearmain is an antique apple of unknown origins. Some believe that it was first discovered in Indiana in the 1800's, but others believe it is the oldest known English apple, from ~1200 AD.
The fruit is light green that turns pale yellow with waxy dots. It is a late dessert apple and excellent keeper with crisp, tender, juicy, aromatic flesh. Mainly used for fresh eating.
The tree is vigorous, spreading, and heavy bearing. Fairly hardy, can be grown in zones 5-10.