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" The Yellow is handsomer, and has a higher perfume than the Green, and its flesh is rather firmer and equally high flavored ; while the Green is more juicy, crisp, and tender. The Yellow is rather flatter, measuring only about two inches deep, and it is... "
The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America: Or, The Culture, Propagation, and ... - Page 89
by Andrew Jackson Downing - 1859 - 760 pages
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The book of the garden, Volume 2

Charles McIntosh - Gardening - 1855
...flesh is rather firmer, and equally hii;h flavoured ; while the green is more juicy, crisp, and tender. When fully ripe, it is yellow, with a rather lively red cheek and a smooth bkin ; few or none of the spots on the green variety, but with the same russet marks at the stalk....
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Annual Report of the Indiana State Board of Agriculture

Indiana. State Board of Agriculture, Indiana. Geological Survey - 1858
...equally high flavored, while the Green is more juicy, crisp and tender. The Yellow is rather flatter, and is always quite oblique, projecting more on one side...with a rather lively red cheek and a smooth skin, with few or none of the spots on the Green variety, but with the same russet marks at the stalk. It...
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The American Fruit Culturist: Containing Practical Directions for the ...

John Jacob Thomas - Fruit-culture - 1875 - 576 pages
...rather firmer and equally high flavored ; while the Green is more juicy, crisp, and tender. The Yellow is rather flatter, measuring only about two inches...few or none of the spots on the Green variety, but the same russet marks at the stalk. It is also more highly fragrant before and after it is cut than...
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The American Fruit Culturist: Containing Practical Directions for the ...

John J. Thomas - Fruit-culture - 1885 - 593 pages
...rather firmer and equally high flavored ; while the Green is more juicy, crisp, and tender. The Yellow is rather flatter, measuring only about two inches...cheek and a smooth skin, few or none of the spots on the£reen variety, but the same russet marks at the stalk. It is also more highly fragrant before and...
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The Southern Planter, Volume 65

Agriculture - 1904
...say which is the superior fruit. The Yellow is handsomer, and has a higher perfume than the Green. When fully ripe, it is yellow, with a rather lively red cheek and a smooth skin. The flesh is firm, crisp, juicy and possesses a rich and high flavor. And this description of the Yellow...
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