HYAKUME  Very large, round, orange vermillion, russety at point.  Should be allowed to hang till soft.  (Goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown


KURO KUMO  Medium size, almost round, yellowish red.  Ripens on tree. (Goodmans 1914)


WASHINGTON  Planted by the Thistlethwaite at Briagolong around the turn of the century.  (EGOAA)


YEMON  Large, tomato-shaped; skin light yellow changing to dark red, almost seedless.  (Goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown



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