Fruit medium, roundish oblate, slightly conic; surface pale yellow, nearly covered with light and dark rich red, sometimes rather obscure stripes and splashes of a darker hue; cavity quite large, slight russet ; stem short, small; basin large, deep, slightly corrugated; calyx half open. Core small; flesh quite white, half fine, crisp, tender, juicy, vinous subacid. January, April.
Origin, Princeton, Mercer Co., New Jersey; tree vigorous, spreading.
Fruit large, roundish oblate; surface clear yellow, nearly covered with dull red, deepening into dark red, with patches and marblings of russet; dots few, large, roundish, with grayish centres; cavity narrow, deep, regular, russeted; stem one-half inch long, medium; basin very broad, saucer-shaped, ribbed; calyx large, open; segments long; tube short, funnel-shaped; flesh whitish, juicy, firm, crisp, with a mild, subacid, slightly aromatic flavor, quality good. Season, January to April. (Mich. Exp. Sta. Bul., 169, p. 187.)
Fruit large, roundish oblate, irregular, angular; surface a rich yellow, with faint bronze blush on sunny side; dots green, minute, with numerous russet dots; cavity wide, deep, ribbed; stem short; basin wide, ribbed, rather deep; calyx half open. Core closed, meeting; calyx-tube funnel-shaped; stamens median; flesh firm, juicy, yellowish, rich, sprightly subacid, very good. Winter.
Origin, Newtown, Long Island; tree moderate, vigorous, spreading, and productive.
Fruit medium, regular, roundish oblate, slightly conical; surface clear, rich yellow, shaded with light red, with deep red stripes and splashes, often overlaid with whitish; dots many, minute, russet, with some peculiar gray specks; cavity wide, deep, regular, lined with russet; stem short; basin wide, smooth, medium deep; calyx small, closed. Core half open; cells wide open, obovate; tube conical; stamens median; seeds many, angular; flesh yellow, firm, crisp, tender, juicy, rich, sprightly aromatic flavor, scarcely subacid, best. October to February.
Origin, Georgia; widely distributed in the South and known under many synonyms; it reproduces itself quite closely from seed; tree upright, spreading, large, very productive.
Fruit large, roundish to roundish oblate, slightly conic, sometimes oblique; surface yellowish, striped, shaded, and splashed with two shades of red and with a grayish appearance, as if covered with a thin bloom; dots many, large, areole; cavity large, acute, medium deep, yellow and russet; stem short; basin medium, slightly corrugated; calyx partially open. Core small, closed; seeds many, large, plump; flesh yellowish, compact, moderately tender and juicy, negative subacid, good. Late winter.