Varieties—are divided into freestone and clingstone, with quite a number in each class.
It resembles Elberta in size, shape and season but is a clingstone.
This clingstone ripens in September and attains the size of Elberta.
Fruit large, round, with a yellow surface; clingstone; very good.
Said to be the earliest, good, clingstone peach; tree prolific and productive.
The pit is small and clingstone; size of fruit is about 1-1/2 inches in diameter.
Some pomologists rank it as identical with Elberta in growth and appearance except that it is a clingstone.
Fruits very large, of yellow color throughout; meat very firm; clingstone.
Fruit large, round, yellow, blushed with red; clingstone; ripens in Missouri about the middle of September.
Though often put down as a clingstone it is, when well grown, a semi-cling and sometimes the stone is free.