Large, roundish; color creamy white, with red and crimson cheek. Flesh creamy white, firm, juicy; pit free. A seedling of Belle of Georgia, which ripens its fruit one month earlier than its parent. Georgia.
Large, roundish, somewhat elongated; color bright yellow, with red cheek and some bloom; in many cases the yellow surface is sprinkled with red specks and the line of suture is compressed; suture extends two-thirds around; cavity broad but shallow. Flesh yellow, juicy, sweet, and colored at pit; quality very good; pit free. Widely grown on lands not specially subject to spring frosts. New Jersey.
Medium, roundish; color greenish white, with crimson cheek and velvety surface; dots pink; cavity large, abrupt, deep; suture extends somewhat beyond apex, and is deep at cavity. Flesh greenish white, with red at pit, tender, subacid, good; pit free. Season, early. Georgia.
Large, ovate, irregular; color bright red, downy; cavity quite deep. Flesh greenish white, tender, melting, sweet; pit nearly free. A favorite in Southern Ontario and Western New York. Season, very early.
Very large, roundish oval, somewhat compressed; color creamy yellow, with marbled blush of cheek; cavity narrow and deep; suture extends somewhat beyond apex. Flesh white, juicy, melting, sweet, rich; pit free. Season, last of August. England.
Large, roundish, often ovate; color light, with pale red dots and bright red cheek; suture a mere line. Flesh greenish white, tender, melting, good; pit free. Grown across the continent. Honest John of Ohio said to be identical.
Medium to large, roundish; color bright yellow, with pink spots at the base. Flesh yellow, sweet, with a decided apricot flavor; cling. North Carolina.
Large, roundish oval; color pale yellow, with dull red cheek and some bloom; cavity narrow and deep; suture extends beyond the apex. Flesh yellow, with red at pit, tender, vinous; pit free. Ripens earlier than Elberta. Illinois.
Medium to large, roundish oval, somewhat compressed; color yellow with red cheek; suture more than half around. Flesh yellow with red at the pit, tender, juicy, free from the pit, good. Grown commercially in the East and Southeast. Georgia.
Medium to large, roundish ovate, enlarged on one side; color creamy white, blushed, with some bloom; cavity narrow and deep; suture extends beyond apex. Flesh juicy, creamy white, quite firm, very good. Grown in Ohio and over the Southeastern States quite generally for a new variety.
Large to very large, roundish conic; color golden yellow, with red cheek. Flesh fine-grained, firm, juicy, richly flavored, very good; pit free. Commercial in the Southwest, as grown in Georgia. Georgia.
Better than Elberta
Large, oblong, tapering to apex; color creamy white, mottled and striped with pink veins. Flesh white, with red veins near the skin, juicy, vinous, good; pit free. It will not be profitable for market as it has ripe and green fruit at same time for a long period. Georgia.