A profitable variety grown in Texas. Mr. T. V. Munson says of it: "This valuable variety was introduced by A. M. Ramsay & Son. It is claimed to have never missed a crop any season since its introduction."
Much like Moorpark in size, shape, and color, but ripens much earlier. Roundish oval, with deep suture; color yellow, mottled, with show of crimson on exposed side.
Size medium, roundish; suture distinct; color yellow. Flesh rich, juicy. Season, very early. Grown south as far as Maryland. Russia.
Medium in size, roundish oblong; color orange-yellow, with some light dots; cavity narrow and deep; apex ribbed and compressed. Flesh yellow, juicy, slightly acid; pit free; quality good. Grown in Texas and the Southwest.