Fruit large, black, grown in small clusters. If properly pruned and treated as noted in Section 26G it is a heavy bearer and the fruit excellent when canned or stewed.
Large, black, borne in short clusters. It is less acid and less musky than Black Naples; bush is more dwarfed in habit than usual with the species.
English Black - Fruit medium to large; noted for even ripening of the crop; quality not quite equal to Black Naples.
Large to very large; quality about like Champion; bush dwarfish in habit, vigorous, very productive. Grown commercially.
Large, mild-flavored, very productive; quality for culinary use very good. Originated in Canada.
Large, with proper pruning, and a heavy bearer. Flesh nearly sweet when ripe. Most popular of the species across the continent. Canada.