Large, ovate; color bright yellow; stalk one inch long, inserted in fleshy ring in narrow shallow cavity. Flesh yellow, juicy, rich, quality good; clingstone. Tree very hardy and a regular bearer. Russia.
Yellow Gage. Yellow Egg.
Very large, oval, narrowing at both ends, with an approach to pyriform at the top; color yellow when ripe, with thin white bloom and numerous white dots; stem an inch long, stout, inserted at top of fruit in folded border: suture well defined. Flesh yellow, sweet when ripe; quality barely good. Use, kitchen and market. Locally, seedling varieties are grown quite similar in size and quality. Domestica.
Medium to large, oval, broadest at upper end; color golden yellow, clouded, and covered with thick white bloom; stalk one inch long, in small round cavity. Flesh yellow, rich, melting: pit free. Domestica. Long Island.
Large, pear-shaped, with well-defined neck; color bright yellow; suture distinct, terminating at the rounded apex; stalk one inch long, stout, inserted at top of the neck. Flesh yellow, finegrained, juicy, subacid; quality nearly best; pit narrow and one and a quarter inches long, free from flesh. Russia.