Medium to small, oblong, flattened somewhat at ends, color light orange-yellow with show of color in the sun. Flesh tender, juicy, sweet, quality good. Tree hardier than most varieties. Quite popular in Oregon. Russia.
Size medium to large, oval; color orange, with scalelike spots; cavity deep; suture distinct; apex somewhat depressed. Flesh yellow, firm, free from the stone; quality very good. Popular in Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas.
As grown at Springfield, Illinois, this description is given: "Large, deep yellow, with bright blush. Flesh sweet and pleasant in flavor; pit free. Tree hardy and productive Season, last of August and first of September."
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Size medium, roundish, somewhat angular; color orange-yellow with darker shade in the sun; suture distinct. Flesh orange-yellow, rich, high-flavored, quite juicy; freestone. Kernel is sweet and is eaten as a nut in France. Commonly grown east of the lakes, and double-starred in Utah.