I. Fruit, Round, Roundish, Or Turbinate

§ Skin, decidedly dark, * Flesh, red.

Betada

Black Bourjassotte

Black Ischia

Courcourelle Gavotte

Early Violet

Jerusalem

Martinique

Mouissoune

Nigrette

Noire d'Espagne

Pregussata

Recousse Noire

Vernissenque

** Flesh, white or opaline. Osborn's Prolific.

$ $ Skin, pale, or tinged with brown.

* Flesh, red.

D'Agen

Bellona

Bifère de la Malmaison

Boutana

Bourdissotte Blanche

Brown Ischia

Courcourelle Brune

D'Eyrague

De Grasse

De Lipari

Grizzly Bourjassotte

Grosse Montrueuse de Lipari

Malta

Marseillaise

Monaco Bianco

Nebian

OEil de Perdrix

Panachée

Poulette

Rose Peyronne

Rougette

Savantine

Verdal

White Bourjassotte

White Ischia

Yellow Ischia

** Flesh, white or opaline.

Angélique Early White

White Marseilles

II. Fruit, Long, Pyriform, Or Obovate

§ Skin, decidedly dark. * Flesh, red.

Bec de Perdrix Black Genoa Black Provence Bordeaux Brown Turkey Col di Signora Nero

Dr. Hogg's Black Gouraud Noir Negro Largo Royal Vineyard Violette Grosse Violette Perruquine

** Flesh, white or opaline. Pied de Boeuf

§ § Skin, pale, or tinged with brown. * Flesh, red.

Célestine

Col di Signora Bianca

Datte

Peau Dure Versailles

** Flesh, white or opaline.

Brunswick Castle Kennedy De l'Archipel d'Or de Baume d'Or de Laura

St. Ursule d'Avignon

Agen (Gros de Draguignan)

Fruit, medium sized, roundish turbinate. Skin, green, with a brownish tinge, but round the crown, which is very flat, it is quite deep brown or chocolate, coloured with a mixture of green; and when fully ripe it cracks in white reticulations. It is covered with a pretty blue bloom. The eye is open, and has a dark brown, or rather reddish brown, iris round the opening. Flesh, of a very dark blood-colour, almost as much so as in the Col de Signora, thick and syrupy; most delicious. One of the finest figs I know. It ripens late.

AngÉLique (Mélitte; Madeleine; Petaluse; Courcourelle Blanche)

Below medium size, about two inches long, and an inch and three-quarters broad; roundish turbinate, and flattened like an onion. Skin, yellow, dotted with long greenish white specks. Flesh, white under the skin, but with a faint tinge of rose towards the centre.

When well ripened, the fruit is of good quality, and perfumed. It forces well, and may be grown against a wall in the open air.

Ashridge Forcing. See Brown Turkey. D'Athènes. See White Marseilles. Aubique Violette. See Bordeaux. Aubiquon. See Bordeaux. Aulique. See Violette Grosse. Barnissotte. See Black Bourjassotte. Bayswater. See Brunswick.