Agawam (Rogers' No. 15)

Bunch large, quite compact, shouldered; berry large, roundish oval; color dark red or nearly black. Flesh quite tender, juicy, vinous, with trace of native aroma; quality good. Season, some later than Concord. Requires mixed planting. Vinifera hybrid. Massachusetts.


Bunch rather small, roundish; berry about size of Catawba; color dark wine, with lighter bloom of same shade. Flesh light green, tender, vinous, rich, with much juice, and slight aroma. Season in Ohio, early September. Commercially grown for market in the Southeastern States. New York. Labrusca.

Grape: Alice, Reduced

Alice, Reduced.

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Bunch conical, quite compact; berries medium, round, with slight bloom, dotted by black spots with white speck in the center. Flesh melting, juicy, rich in sugar, and fruit acid, very good. Season some later than Concord. Grown in the Southwest. Hybrid. Texas.

Amber (Rommel's Amber)

Bunch long, shouldered, quite compact; berry medium, oval, or oblong; color pale amber. Flesh sweet, juicy, tender, vinous. Season, quite late. Commercial in Ohio and Southeast to Georgia. Missouri. Riparia.

Amber Queen

Bunch medium to large, shouldered; berry large, round, or roundish oblong, amber-colored, but when mature purple. Flesh tender, rich, very good; a good keeper. Commercial in the Southeastern States. Labrusca.


Bunch large, quite compact; berry large, white. Flesh sweet, rich, with few seeds and but little of the foxy aroma of the Labrusca. A vigorous, healthy, productive variety of the South and in Ohio. Season, earlier than Concord. Labrusca.

August Giant

Bunch very large, very long; stem strong, often with short double shoulder; berry very large, oval or oblong. Flesh juicy, high-flavored, vinous, half tender. Season, first of September. A hybrid with vinifera that does well over a large part of the South and fairly well in Michigan. New York.