Medium to large, obovate; color purple-traced with peculiar streaks and shades of yellow; stem quite long, thick. Flesh greenish yellow, rich, quality very good. If laid away wrapped in tissue paper it is an unusual keeper. Domestica. England.
Medium to large, oval; color pale green with tinge of yellow when fully ripe, showing the green in stripes; stalk one inch long, stout, in very shallow cavity that flattens the top; bloom white. Flesh greenish, melting, rich, best in quality; pit nearly free. Domestica. New York.
Size medium, oval, tapering to pointed ends; color dark purple with deep-blue bloom; stalk one inch long, in very small cavity. Flesh greenish yellow, juicy, sweet, good. Domestica.
Large, oval, sides slightly uneven at top; color golden yellow with quite deep-red cheek; bloom thin and light-colored; stalk one inch long, in very small cavity. Flesh orange-colored, rich, luscious; pit free; best in quality. Commercial in several States. New York.
Size very large, heart-shaped, usually lop-sided; color bright purple on yellow ground, with numerous showy dots and whitish bloom; stem slender in deep narrow cavity; suture shallow. Flesh yellowish, quite firm, rich, refreshing, nearly freestone. Tree not much hardier than the Fig; but as grown in mild climates it is the fruit-vender's favorite. Triflora.
Medium to large, conical, with deep suture; color orange yellow with a cream-colored bloom. Flesh juicy, sweet, and rather rich in flavor; pit not free. Tree quite tender. Triflora.
Medium in size, oval, color blue with blue bloom and numerous small dots; suture shallow; stem medium in length, in moderately deep cavity. Flesh greenish yellow; quality fair to good. Originated in Ontario, Canada, Domestica.