Geary (Hold On)

Large, roundish ovate; color light yellow with blushed cheek; cavity broad; suture extends beyond apex. Flesh yellow with red at pit, quite firm, sprightly, vinous, but not very juicy; pit free. Season, early October. Commercial in Maryland, and it does well in Michigan and Ohio.

General Lee

Medium to large, oblong; color creamy white with crimson shades and splashes. Flesh whitish, melting, juicy, very good; pit not free. Southern planters say that it is an improved Chinese Cling. Commercial.

George The Fourth

Large, roundish; color white or yellowish white dotted with bright red, with dark-red cheek; suture deep and broad with enlargement on one side; pit free. Flesh pale with red at the small pit, melting, rich, luscious, very good. A very popular home variety, and extensively grown in California. New York.

Georgia (Belle Of Georgia)

Large, roundish, oblate; color whitish with red cheek. Flesh white, firm; good to very good; pit free. A seedling of Chinese Cling grown for market. Georgia.

Globe

Very large, roundish ovate; color yellow with light-red cheek and some bloom; cavity broad and deep; suture two-thirds around. Flesh yellow, mild vinous, tender; pit free; quality very good. A standard market variety. Pennsylvania.

Gold Drop (Golden Drop)

Medium, roundish ovate; color rich yellow or, as it grows in the South, "a sort of transparent golden-yellow," often with blushed cheek; cavity broad, shallow; suture obscure except near apex. Flesh yellow, vinous, almost sweet, good; pit free. Attractive in market.

Goode (Goodie's October)

Large, roundish oblong; color white, splashed and veined with red, and quite downy. Flesh white with red at pit, juicy, vinous, good. Grown mainly in the South. South Carolina.

Greensboro

Medium to large, round; color yellow with red and crimson cheek. Flesh white, very juicy, good. A North Carolina variety larger than Alexander and earlier in season. North Carolina.