Red Mogul

Small and roundish oblong. Skin, thin, red, with a mixture of green, and hairy. Of first-rate quality. Bush, spreading, and a good bearer; leaves, smooth, by which it is distinguished from Ironmonger.

Red Oval

Large and oval. Skin, red, and hairy. Of first-rate quality. Bush, spreading.

Red Robin (Jacques)

Fruit, plump, of medium length. Skin, hairy, dark brownish red. Flavour, good. In 1852 it weighed 28 dwt. 10 gr.

Bush, an excellent bearer, makes erect wood, and is a free grower. An early variety.

Red Walnut (Murrey; Eckersley's Double-bearing)

Medium sized, obovate. Skin, red, and downy. An early variety. Of second-rate quality. Bush, spreading.

Red Warrington (Aston; Aston Seedling; Volunteer)

Above medium size, roundish oblong. Skin, red, and hairy. A first-rate late variety, and highly esteemed for preserving. Bush, pendulous.

Registrar (Wilkinson)

Fruit, long. Skin, hairy, dark purplish red. Flavour, good.

The bush bears freely, and is spreading. A new early variety.

Ricards (Poulson)

Fruit, round and well formed, from 12 to 14 eighths in length, and 4 3/4 to 5 1/4 inches in circumference. Skin, a little hairy, bright deep red. Is rather late. Flesh, rather coarse, but of good flavour. In 1852 it weighed 27 dwt. 10 gr.

Bush, large and spreading, bears freely, makes long, slender, pendulous wood. This is a rather late variety.

Rifleman (Leigh) (Alcock's Duke of York; Yates's Royal Anne : Grange's Admirable)

Large, roundish. Skin, red, and hairy. A first-rate late variety. Bush, erect, and a good bearer.

Ringleader (Johnson)

Large and oblong. Skin, red, and smooth. A second-rate variety. Bush, pendulous.

Roaring Lion (Farrow) (Great Chance)

Very large, oblong. Skin, red, and smooth. A second-rate variety as to flavour, but one of the largest in size. Bush, pendulous.

Rob Roy

Medium sized, obovate. Skin, red, and hairy. A first-rate variety, and very early. Bush, erect.

Rockwood (Prophet)

Large and roundish. Skin, yellow, and hairy. Flavour, second-rate. Bush, erect.

Rough Green (Dutton)

Fruit, plump, of medium length. Skin, hairy, pale green. Flavour, good. In 1852 weighed 27 dwt. 19 gr.

Bush, bears freely; makes stiff, short-jointed prickly wood, and is of a small erect habit. A useful early variety, but does not make bush sufficient for general purposes.

Rough Red (Little Red Hairy; Old Scotch Red; Thick-skinned Red)

Small and round. Skin, red, and hairy. A first-rate variety, of excellent flavour, and highly esteemed for preserving. Bush, spreading.

Rough Yellow. See Sulphur. Round Yellow. See Rumbullion.

Royal White

Small and round. Skin, white, and hairy. A first-rate dessert variety. Bush, erect.

Rumbullion (Yellow Globe; Round Yellow)

Small and roundish. Skin, pale yellow, and downy. Flavour, of second-rate quality. Bush, erect, and a great bearer; and the fruit much grown for bottling.