Large to very large, roundish conical, color bright red; quality good. Flowers perfect. Popular in southeastern States. Tennessee.
Large, ovate, regular; color crimson; quality good. Flowers perfect. Double-starred in the South and Southeast. North Carolina.
Large, roundish conical, compressed, often irregular; color bright crimson. Flesh quite firm; quality very good. Pistillate. Grown east of the lakes mainly.
Large to very large, conical; color bright red. Flesh quite firm; quality very good. Perfect flowers. A new variety that seems promising. Ohio.
Medium, oblate conical; color bright scarlet. Flesh quite firm; quality very good. An early variety that stands drouth well in the prairie States. Pistillate. Commercial South and Southwest. Arkansas.
Medium to large, roundish conical; color dark crimson.