Medium to large, even-sized. Flesh firm; quality good. Commercial in New Jersey mainly on account of its late season of ripening and its extreme productiveness. Pistillate.
Medium to large, roundish conic; color rich scarlet. Flesh red, solid, rich flavored; seeds bright yellow. Grown in Canada and in several States, as yet in a small way, but it is favorably reported. Flowers perfect. Indiana.
Large, conical, irregular, with blunted apex; color bright crimson. Flesh red, firm; quality best. Said to be a cross between Crescent and Sharpless. Flowers perfect. Becoming popular in localities. Illinois.