White Lily

Medium sized, obovate. Skin, white, and downy. Flavour, of second-rate quality. Bush, erect.

White Lion (Cleworth)

Large and obovate. Skin, white, and downy. Of first-rate quality, and a good late sort. Bush, pendulous.

White Rasp

Small and round. Skin, white, and smooth. Flavour, of second-rate quality. Bush, spreading.

Whitesmith (Woodward) (Whitesmith; Sir Sidney Smith; Hall's Seedling; Lancashire Lass; Grundy's Lady Lilford)

Large, roundish oblong. Skin, white and downy. Flavour, of first-rate excellence. Bush, erect, and a good bearer.

Wilmot's Early Red

Large and roundish oblong. Skin, dark red, and smooth. Of second-rate quality. Bush, pendulous.

Wistaston Hero (Bratherton)

Large and oblong. Skin, green and hairy. Flavour, second-rate. Bush, erect.

Wonderful (Saunders)

Fruit, plump, well formed, of medium length. Skin, smooth, dark purplish red. Flavour, good, but not first-rate. In 1845 it weighed 33 dwt.

The bush is medium sized, makes short jointed, stiff wood, with bright shining leaves; breaks early in spring, and is very tender.

Yates's Royal Anne. See Rifleman.

Yaxley Hero (Speechley)

Large and obovate. Skin, red, and hairy. Flavour, of first-rate quality. Bush, erect.

Yellow Amber. See Amber.

Yellow Aston. See Yellow Warrington.

Yellow Ball

Medium sized, roundish. Skin, yellow, and smooth. Flavour, of first-rate quality. Bush, erect.

Yellow Champagne (Hairy Amber)

Small and roundish. Skin, yellow, and hairy. Of first-rate excellence. Bush, erect.

Yellow Globe. See Rumbullion.

Yellowsmith

Small and roundish oblong. Skin, yellow, and hairy. Of first-rate quality, resembling Yellow Champagne. Bush, erect.

Yellow Warrington (Yellow Aston)

Middle sized, roundish oblong. Skin, yellow, and hairy. Of first-rate quality. Bush, pendulous.

York Seedling. See Glenton Green.