Winter Sweet Paradise first time recorded by Downing in 1845 (The Apple of New York, Volume I, p. 380) “We received it some years ago along with the Summer Sweet Paradise from Mr. Garber of Columbia, Pa., and consider it a native fruit”. It is also known as ‘Honey Sweet’, ‘Paradise Winter’, ‘Paradise Winter Sweet’, ‘White Robinson’, and ‘Wine Sweet.’
The fruit size is medium to large. The skin is red with dark stripes and it has round-oblate shape. The flesh is firm and light yellow. It has sweet flavor with fair eating quality. It matures three weeks after Golden Delicious. The tree is productive and has annual bearing habit.