Large to very large; oblate; color yellow, with marbling of crimson; stalk one to one and one-half inches long, erect, in wide shallow cavity. Flesh quite firm, fine-textured, juicy, and very sweet. Said to be a seedling of Napoleon. Heart.
Large, roundish, heart-shaped; color delicate red on yellow ground; stem one and one-half inches long, curved, in broad and deep cavity; suture distinct in marked depression. Flesh firm, juicy, sweet, richly flavored. Season, early. Bigarreau.
Coe Transparent. Downton. Downer Late.
Medium in size, round, or nearly so, regular; color pale amber, changing to light red in the sun, with pale patches interspersed; stalk one to one and one-half inches long, in quite deep cavity. Flesh tender, melting, juicy; flavor sweet, refreshing, and pleasant, best in quality. Season, last half of June. Connecticut. Heart.
Fruit medium in size, rounded, or oval, heart-shaped; color lively red, with very smooth skin; stalk one to one and one-half inches long, in shallow cavity; fruit in clusters of two to three. Flesh tender, melting, high-flavored; flavor sweet and refreshing. Its high quality is reached only when it fully ripens on the tree. Heart.