Bunch very large, shouldered; berry medium, roundish oval, pale green, often with red in the sun, and covered with white bloom. Flesh juicy, melting, sweet, sprightly; quality very good. Season, that of Concord. A hybrid of Clinton and Muscat; mainly grown for home use. New York.
Bunch medium to large, usually shouldered, quite compact; berry round, black. Flesh juicy, vinous, sprightly; quality very good. Grown commercially east of the lakes and does well in the South. New York. Hybrid.
Bunch large, shouldered, compact; berry large to very large, round, or slightly oblong; color yellowish white. Flesh juicy, vinous, sprightly; quality good to very good. Commercial in several States. New York. A cross between Concord and Cassady.
Bunch medium, shouldered, quite compact; berry medium, round, pale yellow, with white bloom. Flesh with rather firm pulp, very sweet; quality fair to good. Now mainly planted for wine-making in this country and Europe. A seedling of Taylor. Illinois.
Bunch medium, shouldered, quite compact; berry small, round; color dark purple. Flesh tender, pulpy, vinous; pleasant, yet with something of a harsh flavor. Mainly grown for wine-making at the South and Southwest. Virginia. AEstivalis.
Moore Early. Reduced.
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Bunch small, roundish, shouldered, quite compact; berry medium to large, roundish; color greenish, with whitish bloom. Flesh pale, tender, sweet, juicy, very good. Grown mostly in the South. Texas.
Bunch small, roundish, shouldered, quite compact; berry quite large, round, light wine-colored, with lilac bloom. Flesh whitish, very tender, sweet, pleasant; quality good. Season, last of September. Does well around the lakes and in Southeastern States. New York. Hybrid.
Bunch large, roundish, shouldered, quite compact; berry medium, round, black, with light blue bloom. Flesh half tender, meaty, vinous; quality good in Ohio and the southwest. Kansas. AEstivalis.