Large, oval, purplish red over orange, with blue bloom, and many small yellow dots; stem slender in shallow flaring cavity; suture a mere line. Flesh yellow, very good. In quality it is superior to the De Soto, and the tree stands drought far better. Americana. Iowa.
Medium to large, roundish oblong; color light red on light yellow ground, with thin rosy bloom; stem long and slender. Flesh rich, juicy; pit partly free; ripens early in September. Americana. Minnesota.
Roundish oval, often oblong conical; color yellow ground, covered with red and purple; dots numerous, gray; stalk short, in slight cavity; suture a mere line. Flesh firm, but melting, with pleasant flavor; quality good; cling. Americana. Iowa.
Large, roundish oval, flattened at stem end; color deep red, with numerous large dots and thick lilac-purple bloom; stalk medium, inserted in shallow cavity; suture on surface, but well defined. Flesh yellow, firm, with Wildgoose-like flavor; quality good; no astringency when cooked. Season, early. Americana and Angustifolia hybrid. Iowa.
Size medium to small, roundish oval; color lively yellow, shaded with red, mottled, and with numerous small dots; suture slightly depressed. Flesh very juicy, pleasant, subacid in flavor; quality fair to good. Season, early August. Americana. Iowa.