INDEX

(Names of varieties in this index, if accepted names, appear in Roman type; if synonyms, in italics.) [I did not attempt to follow this convention with the stripped OCR'd text... it was too much work and the "accepted names" have changed more since then for those few that are not extinct today. -ASC]


A

Abbaye d'Arton, 391
Abricot Blanc, Blanche, de France; Abricot ordinaire; Abricote; Abricotee; Abricotee Blanc, Blanche, de Tours, Perdrigon (Syns. of Apricot), 148
Abricot de Guthrie (syn. of Guthrie Apricot), 457
Abricotee de Braunau, Abricotee de Braunau (syn. of Abricotee de Braunau), 391
Abricotee de Braunau Nouvelle (syn. of Liegel Apricot), 484
Abricotee de Lange, 391
Abricotee de Liegel {syn. of Liegel Apricot), 484
Abricotee de Royer (syn. of Royer Aprikosen Pflaume), 53 s Abricotee de Trauttenberg, 391
Abricotee de Trauttenberg (syn. of Abricotee de Trauttenberg), 391
Abricote Hatif ; AbricotSe Hâtive, or Precoce (syns. of Early Apricot), 437
Abricotee Nouvelle de Dorell (syn. of Dorell Aprikosenpflaume), 434
Abricot, Abricote or Abricotee Rouge (syns. of Red Apricot), 321
Abricotee Rouge de Trauttenberg (syn. of Abricotee de Trauttenberg), 391
Abricotee Sageret (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Abricot Princesse, 391
Abricot Verd or Vert (syn. of Reine' Claude), 327
Abundance, Abundance (syn. of Abundance), 136
Adair, D. L., var. orig. by, 292
Admirable, 391
Admiral, 391
Admiral Rigny or de Rigny (syn. of Rigny), 532
Admiral Dewey (syn. of Dewey), 432
Admiral Schley, 391
Advance, 392
Acchte Gelbe Eierpfiaume (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
A Fleur Double (syn. of Red Date), 322
African, 392
Agen, 138 Agen Date or Prune; Agen Datte; Agener Kaiserswetsche or Pflaume (syns. of Agen), 138
Aitken (syn. of Aitkin), Aitkin, 140
Ak Erik (syn. of Diel Grosse Weisse Damascene), 432
Alabama, 392
Albany Beauty, 392
Alberta, 393
Albert's Damascene; Albertus Damen Pflaume (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Alderton (syn. of Victoria), 363
Alderton (syn. of Sharp), 340 Al Erik (syn. of Diel Grosse Weisse Damascene), 432
Alexander, 393 Alexander's Late (syn. of Alexander), 393
Alhambra, 141
Alibuchari, 393
Alice, 393
Allen, 393
Allfruit, 393
Allie, 393
Aloe, 393
Aloise's Green Gage (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Alois Reine-Claude, 393 Alois' Reine Claude (syn. of Alois Reine Claude), 393
Aloo Bokhara, 393
Alpha, 393
Alpha-Americana, 394
Altesse (syn. of Suisse), 549
Altesse Blanche ? (syn. of White Virginal), 565
Altesse Blanche (syn. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569
Altesse Double (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
j Altesse du Roi (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
Altesse 'ordinaire (syn. of German Prune), 219
Althahn's Rote Reine-Claude; Althan's or Althann's Reine Claude (syns. of Altham), 141
Altham, 141
Amalia Pflaume (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Amaryllis, 394
Amber, 394
Amber Primordian, 394
Amber Primordian (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Ambre de Provence (syn. of Bernsteinzwetsche), 402
Ambre Tardif, 394 Ambree Tardive (syn. of Ambre Tardif), 394
Amelie Blanche, 394
Amelie Noire, 394
Amelioree, 394
America, 142
American, 143
American Cherry Plum (syn. of Myrobalan), 290 American Damson (syn. of Frost Gage), 216
American Eagle, 144
American Golden, 394
American Magnum Bonum, 394
American Prune, 394
American Prune (syn. of Daws on), 186
American Seedling (syn. of American), 143
American Violet, 394
American Wheat, 395 American Wheat (syn. of American Wheat), 395
American Yellow Gage; American Yellow Gage (syns. of Yellow Gage), 388
Amiral de Rigny (syn. of Rigny), 532
Ames, 144
Ananas Zwetsche (syn. of Petite Quetsche Sucree), 515
Ananas Zwetsche (incor.) (syn. of Large Sugar Prune), 480 Ancient City, 395
Anderson, 395
Anderson's Early Red (syn. of Anderson), 395Angelina Burdett, 395
Anglaise Noire (syn. of Orleans), 302
Anglesio (syn. of Washington), 368
Angloise Noire (syn. of Orleans) 302
Angouleme, 395
Anna, 395
Anna Lawson (syn. of Lawson), 182
Anna Maria, 395
Anna Spaeth (syn. of Anna Spath), 395 Anna Spath, 395
Annual Bearer, 395
Apple, 396
Apple, 146 Apple Plum (syn. of Apple), 396
Apricock Plum, Apricocke, Apricot, Apricot Plum, Apricot Plum of Tours (syns of Apricot), 148 Apricot, 147
Apricot (syn. of Duane), 196
Apricot, 396
Apricot Plum (syn. of Peach), 309
Apricot Plum (syn. of Simon), 346
Apricot Plum (syn. of Red Apricot), 321
Aprikosenartige Mirabelle, 396
Aprikosenartige Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Aprikosenartige Pflaume or Aprikosen Perdrigon (syns. of Apricot), 148
Arab, 396
Arab No. 1 (syn. of Black Prune), 404
Arab No. 2 (syn. of Nicholas), 295
Arabische Kirsche (syn. of Myrobalan), 290 Arch Duke, 148
Arctic, 150 Arctic, 396
Arkansas, 152
Arkansas Lombard (syn. of Arkansas), 152
Arris, John, var. orig. by, 339
Ashes Seedling, 396

Ashridge Black, 396
Asiatische Kirsche (syn. of Myrobalan), 290 Askew's Golden or Golden Egg (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Askew's Purple Egg (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Assinlboia, 396
Aston, 396
Aston Green Gage, 396
Atkins, 396
A-248, 397
Aubert, 397Aubertiana (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Auburn, 397
Auchtertyre, 397 August, 397
Auguste Zzvetsche (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Augustine, A. M., var. orig. by, 475
August Pflaume (syn. of Damson), 186
August Red (syn. of August), 397
August Zwetsche, 397
August Zwetsche (syn. of Wahre Fruhzwetsche), 560 August Zwetsche (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Aunt Ann, 397 Aunt Ann (syn. of Aunt Ann), 397
Aurora, 397
Auserlesene Gelbe Reine-Claude (syn. of Yellow Gage), 388
Auserlesene Rote Reine-Claude or rothe Reineclaude (syn. of Red Gage), 527
Austrian Quetsche, 397
Automne de Schamali (syn. of Schamal), 540 Autriche Violette (Pr. d.) (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Autumn Beauty (syn. of Belle), 158
Autumn Compote (syn. of Autumn Compote), 153
Autumn Compote, 153
Autumn Gage (syn. of Autumn Gage), 398 Autumn Gage, 397
Avant Prune blanche (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Azure, 398
Azure Hâtive (syn. of Early Blue), 433


B

Babcock (?) (syn. of Abundance), 136
BabcGck (syn. of Chabot), 172
Backpflaume (syn. of German Prune), 219
Bailey, 398Bailey (syn. of Chabot), 172
Bailey (syn. of Lyon), 488 Bailey, Liberty Hyde, plum investigations of, 64; quoted, 63, 65, 99, 541
Baker, 398Baker, var, orig. by, 398
Baker (syn. of Stoddard), 352
Baker Damson (syn. of Baker), 398 Baker's German Prune (syn. of Baker), 398
Baldwin, 398
Bal Erik (syn. of Nikitaer Blaue Fruhzwetsche), 504
Ballonartige Gelbe Zwetsche, 398 Ballonartige Rote Damascene, 398
Baltet, M. M., var. orig. by, 551
Bamberger Eier Pflaume (syn. of Blue Egg), 405
Bamberger Eier Pflaume (incor.) (syn. of Kaiser Wilhelm), 474
Bankalari Früh Damascene, 398 Bankalari's Rote Früh Damascene (syn. of Bankalari Früh Damascene, 398
Banker's Gage, 399
Bant Spate Reine Claude, 399
Bant's Late Green Gage (syn. of Bant Spate Reine Claude), 399
Baraboo, 399
Barbary, 399
Barberry (syn. of Barbary), 399
Bardak Erik (syn. of Nikitaer Dattel- zwetsche), 504
Barkhausen Violette Reine Claude, 399
Barkley, 399
Barnsback, 399 Barnsbeck (syn. of Barnsback), 399
Baronne Helen Trauttenberg, 399
Barry, quoted, 167
Bartlett, 154
Bartlett (syn. of Oren), 300
Basaricatta, 399
Basilic (syn. of Hungarian Musk Prune), 465
Bassett, 155 Bassett's American (syn. of Bassett), 155
Bastle, 399
Batchelor Damson, 399
Battle Monument (syn. of Blue Perdri- gon), 164
Bauern Pflaume (syn. of Gemeiner Gelbe Spilling), 451
Bauernpflaume (syn. of German Prune), 219
Bavay, 155
Bavay's Early Gage ''or Bavay3s Frühe; Reine-Claude (syns. of July Green Gage), 474
Bavay's Green Gage, Reine Claude or renkloie; Bavays Reine-Claude (syns. of Bavay), 155
Bazalicza, 399 Bazalicza Damson or Zwetsche; Bazalicza's Grosse Blaue Zwetsche or Prune (syns. of Bazalicza), 399
Beach Plum, 400
Beals, 400
Beals, George F., var. orig. by, 400
Bean, 400
Beatty (syn. of Aitkin), 140
Beatty, James, var. orig. by, 396
Beaty, 400
Beaty, Lee, var. orig. by, 400
Beaty Choice; Beaty's Choice; Beauty,Beauty's Choice (syn. of Beaty), 400
Beauty of Naples (syn. of Naples), 502
Bechstein Spitzpflaume, 400
Bedford, 400
Beefs Heart (syn. of Coeur de Boeuf), 420
Beekman's Scarlet (syn. of Lombard), 268
Beer Plum, 400
Behren's Königspflaume; Behrens Königspflaume (syns. of Royale de Behrens), 535
Bejonnieres, 157
I Belgarian Prune (syn. of Bulgarian), 411
Belgian Purple, 157 Belgian Purple (syn. of Belgian Purple), 157 Belgische Damascene (syn. of Belgian Purple), 157
Bell, 400
Bell, Levi, var. orig. by, 539
Belle, 158
Belle (syn. of Texas Belle), 552
Belle d'Albany (syn. of Albany Beauty), 392
Belle de Done (syn. of Chauviere), 417
Belle de Hardy, 400
Belle de Louvain, 400
Belle de Paris, 401
Belle de Riom, 401
Belle de Schoneberg, 401
Belle de Schoneberg (syn. of Belle de Schoneberg), 401
Belle de Septembre (syn. of Belle), 158
Belle Tillemond (syn. of Tillemond), 554
Bell's October (syn. of Bell), 400
Belsiana, 401
Belvoir, 401
Bely Zwetsche (syn. of Large Sugar Prune), 480
Bender, 401
Benedict, 401
Beni Botan, 401
Beni-Smono No. 3 (syn. of Blood Plum), 405
Beni Smono No. 4 (syn. of Satsuma), 337
Benschoten, 401
Benson, 401
Benson Market (syn. of Benson), 401
Berckmans, 159
Berckmans, P. J., life of, 159-160; var. orig. by, 159
Berger, 160
Berlepsch, 402
Berlepsch's Grosse Grime Reine-Claude (syn. of Berlepsch), 402
Berlepchs Renclode Grosse Grune (syn. of Berlepsch), 492
Berlet Früh Damascene, 402
Berliner Pflaume (syn. of Grime Dat-tel Zwetsche), 456
Bernsteinzwetsche, 402 Bernsteinzwetsche (syn. of Bernsteinzwetsche) , 402
Berry Plum, 402
Berryhill, 402
Best, var. orig. by, 307
Best Black Blood, 402
Best of All, 402
Bestovall (syn. of Best of All), 402
Beta, 402
Betterave, 402
Beverly, quoted, 21, 84
Beztercser Grosse Zwetsche, 402
Biconical, 402
Bielaya Nicholskaya (syn. of Nicholas), 295
Bielaya Otschakorskaya (syn. of White Otschakoff), 564
Bieler Pflaume (syn. of Noire de Mon- treuil), 504
Biery, 403
Bifere (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Big Blue (syn. of Gueii), 234
Big Rose, 403
Bilboa (syn. of Early Yellow) 203
Biles, H. A., var. orig. by, 403
Bilona, 403
Biltern (syn. of Bittern), 403
Bingaman (syn. of Oren), 300 Bingham, 403
Bingham (syn. of Jefferson), 255
Bingham's Pflaume (syn. of Bingham), 403
Biondeck, 403 Biondeck's Fruhzwetsche; Biondeck's rothe Fruhzwetsche (syns. of Biondeck), 403
Birchland, 403
Bischofsmutze (syn. of Bonnet d'Eveque), 407
Bischtin Erik (syn. of Frühe; Grime Zwetsche), 448
Bittern, 403
Bixby, 403
Black Arab (syn. of Black Arabka), Black Arab (syn. of Black Arabka), 404 Black Arabka, 404
Black Ball, 404
Black Bullace, 161
Black Bulleis (syn. of Black Bullace), 161
Black Damask, 404Black Damask (syn. of Morocco), 288
Black Damask Hasting, 404 Black Damosine (syn. of Damson), 186 Black Damson (syn. of Damson), 186
Black Damson (syn. of Late Black Damson), 480
Black Damson (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Black or Blacke Damascene (syn. of Damson), 186
Black Damask (syn. tof Morocco), 288
Black Diamond (syn. of Diamond), 191
Black Diapred (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Black Hawk, 404
Black Hill, 404
Black Imperial (syn. of Bradshaw), 166Black-knot, discussion of, 126, 127
Blackman (syn. of Charity Clark), 417
Blackman, Dr., var. orig. by, 163
Black Morocco (syn. of Morocco), 288
Black Muscle (syn. of Muscle), 501
Black Mussell (syn. of Muscle), 501
Black Orleans (syn. of Late Orleans), 26s Black Pear, 404
Black Perdrigon, 404
Black Perdrigon (syn. of Early Blue), 438
Black Prune, 404
Black Prune (syn. of Black Arabka), 404
Black Prunella, 404
Black Prunella (syn. of Sloe), 544
Black Prune No. 1 (syn. of Black Prune), 404
Black Utah Hybrid (syn. of Utah), 362
Black Vengerka (syn. of Black Prune), 404
Blackman, 163
Blackthorn (syn. of Sloe), 544
Blaisdon, 404 Blaisdon's Red (syn. of Blaisdon), 404
Blanche Grosse Bspece (syn. of Reine Claude), 2]27
Blaue Damascenerin (syn. of Lange Violette Damascene), 479
Blaue Dattel Pflaume (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Blaue Diapree (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Blaue Eie? (incor.) (syn. of Kaiser Wilhelm), 474
Blaue Eierpflaume (syn. of Blue Egg), 405
Blaue Eier Pflaume (syn. of Large Sugar Prune), 480
Blaue Eier Pflaume (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum) 325
Blaue Eierpflaume (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
Blaue Fasanen Pflaume (syn. of Blue Perdrigon), 164
Blaue Herzformige Pflaume (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Blaue Kaiserin (syn. of Imperatrice), 249
Blaue Kaiser Pflaume (syn. of Blue Egg), 405
Blaue Kaiserpflaume (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum),f 325
Blaue Krieche (syn. of Haferpflaume), 458
Blaue Reine Claude, 405
Blaue Reine-Claude (syn. of Purple Gage), 318
laue Riesenzwetsche (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Blauer Perdrigon (syn. of Blue Perdrigon), 164
Blauer Spilling (syn. of Nikitaer Blaue Fruhzwetsche), 504
Blaue von Belgien (syn. of Belgian Purple), 157
Blaue Zipper (syn. of Bechstein Spitz-pflaume), 400
Blaugh, 405Bleecker's; Bleecker's Gage, German Gage, Yellow, or Yellow Gage; Blecker's; Bleeker's Gage, Gelbe Reine-Claude, Gelbe Renklode, Gelbe Zwetsche, Yellow, or Yellow Gage (syns. of Bleeker), 163
Bleecker's Rothe Pflaume; Bleecker's Scarlet; Bleeker's Rotepflaume or Scarlet; Bleeker's Rothe Pflaume (syns. of Lombard), 268
Bleeker, 163
Bleeker, Mrs., var. orig. by, 164, 405
Bleeker Large Red, 405Bleu de Belgique; Bleu de Bergues or de Pergue; Bleue de Belgique, de Bergues, de Peck or de Perk (syns. of Belgian Purple), 157
Bleue de Perse, 405
Bleue d'ltalie (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Blew Damask or Damson (syn. of Damson), 186
Blew Perdrigon (syn. of Blue Perdrigon), 164
Blood Plum, 405
Blood Plum (syn. of Satsuma}, 337
Blood Plum (syn. of Shviata Bene), 543
Blood Plum No. 3 (syn. of Blood Plum), 405
Blood Plum No, 4 (syn. of Satsuma), 337
Blubenthal, 405
Blubenthal Damson (syn. of Blubenthal), 405
Blucher's Gage (syn. of Bleeker), 163
Blue Apricot, 405
Blue Damascene (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Blue Damson (syn. of Damson), 186
Blue Damson (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Blue Egg, 405
Blue Egg-Plum (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Blue Eye, 405
Blue Gage (syn. of Early Blue), 438
Blue Holland (syn. of Holland), 462
Blue Imperatrice (syn. of Imperatrice), 249
Blue Imperatrice (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Blue Imperatrice (syn. of Semiana), 54i Blue Imperial (syn. of Bradshaw), 166
Blue Magnum Bonum (syn. of Gueii), 234
Blue Matchless, 405
Blue Moldavka, 405
Bluemont, 405
Blue Perdrigon (syn. of Imperatrice), 249
Blue Perdrigon, 164 Blue Perdrigon (syn. of Blue Perdrigon), 164
Blue Perdrigon (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Blue Plum, 406
Blue Prolific, 406 Blue Prolific (syn. of Blue Prolific), 406
Blue Primordian, 406
Blue Prune, 406
Blue Rock, 406
Blue Tweens, 406
Blue Violet, 406
Blum, 406
Bocksdutten or Bockshoden (syns. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Boddaert, 165
Boddaert's Green Gage or Reine Claude; Boddart's Green Gage (syns. of Boddaert), 165
Bohemian Prune, 406
Bohns Mirabelle or Gestreifte Mira-belle (syns. of Mirabelle De Bohn), 496
Bole (syn. of Bowie), 407
Bolmar; Bolmer; Bolmar's or Bolmer's or Bolmore's Washington (syns. of Washington), 368
Bomberger, 406
Bon deux fois Van (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Bongoume, 407
Bonne Bouche, 407
Bonne de Bry, 407
Bonnemain de la Digue, 407
Bonne Rouge, 407
Bonne St. Ann (syn. of St. Anne), 537
Bonnet d'Eveque, 407
Bonnet d'Eveque (syn. of Bonnet d'Eveque), 407
'Bonne Verte (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Bonttm Magnum (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Bonuin Magnum (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Bossland, 407Botan (syn. of Abundance), 136
Bo tan (syn. of Berckmans), 159 Botan (syn. of Red June), 324
Botan (syn. of Willard), 379
Botan No. 26 (syn. of Willard), 379
Botan White (syn. of Berckmans), 159
Botankin (syn. of Kelsey), 258
Botankio (syn. of Abundance), 136
Bottle Plum (syn. of Red Prune), 529
Boulouf (syn. of Jodoigne), 472
Bouloff (syn. of Boulouf), 407 Boulouf, 407
Bouncer, 407
Bourgeois, M., var. orig. by, 174
Bower, 407Bower, var. orig. by, 407
Bower's Gage (syn. of Bower), 407 Bowie, 407 Brackett, 408
Bradford Gage, Green Gage or Queen Gage (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Bradley's King or King of Damsons (syns. of King Damson), 259
Bradshaw, 166Bradshazv (syn. of Bradshaw), 166
Bradshaw (syn. of Gueii), 234 Bradshaw (syn. of Nectarine), 291
Brahy, 408 Brahy's Green Gage (syn. of Brahy), 408
Brainerd, 408Brainerd's Best (syn. of Brainerd), 408
Brandon Ruby, 408 Brandy Gage, 408
Brant of Naples, 408
Brauman, 408
Braunauer Aprikosenartige; Braunauer Aprikosenartige Damascene or Neue Kemfrucht (syns. of Abricotee de Braunau), 391
Braunauer Damascenenartige Pflaume, 408
Braunauer K'onigs Pflaume or Violetter Perdrigon (syns. of Buchner Königs- pflaume), 410
Breck, 408
Breck, Joseph, var. orig. by, 454
Breece, J. S., var. orig. by, 414, 421, 425, 458, 496, 498, 5ii, 512, 535, 539, 54i, 544
Breitgedriickte Kaiser Zwetsche or Zzvetsche (syn. of Quetsche Aplatie), 523
Bremen Prune (syn. of Austrian Quetsche), 397
Brevoort, Henry, var. orig. by, 408
Brevoort Purple, 408 Brevoort's Purple, Purple Bolmar or Purple Washington; Brevorts; Bre- vort's Purple; Brevorts Purple Bol- mar; Brevorts' Purple Bolmar (syns. of Brevoort Purple), 408
Briangon, 409
Bricet (syn. of Late Mirabelle), 263 Bricet (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Bricetta or Bricette (syns. of Late Mirabelle), 263
Bricette (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Brignole, 409
Brignole (syn. of Brignole Violette), 409
Brignole (syn. of Orleans), 302
Brignole or Brignolle (syns. of White Perdrigon), 375
Brignole Jamie (syn. of Brignole), 409 Brignole Plum (syn. of Brignole), 409
Brignole Violette, 409
Brignole Violette (syn. of Blue Perdrigon), 164
Brignole Violette (syn. of Orleans), 302
Brill, 409
Brisetie (syn. of Late Mirabelle, 263
; of Saint Catherine, 334) Bristol, 409
Briton Seedling, 409
Brittlewood, 409 Brittlezvood No. 1 (syn. of Brittle-wood), 409
Brittlezvood No. 2 (syn. of U. S.), 557
Brittlewood No. 3, 410
Britzer Egg, 410
Brock, 410
Brodie, R., var. orig. by, 410
Brodie, 410
Brompton, 410
Brooklyn, 410
Brown, var. orig. by, 461
Brown, John, var. orig. by, 445
Brown-rot, discussion of, 127
Brown's Crimson Drop (syn. of Crimson Drop), 424. Bruce, A. L., life of, 527528; var. orig. by, 402, 423, 425, 434, 447, 455, 490, 509, 519, 526, 527, 554, 560
Bruce, Philip Alexander, quoted, 84, 85
Brugnole (syn. of Brignole Violette), 409
Brugnole (syn. of Orleans), 302
Brugnon de Neerveteren (syn. of Rademakers), 525
Brugnon Gage, Brugnon Green Gage (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Brunner Zwetsche, 410
Brunswick, 410
Brussels, 410
Brustwarzenpflaume, Die (syn. of Mamelonnee), 489
Bruyn Gage (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Bryan, 410
Bryanston, 168 Bryanston Gage; Bryanstone; Bryan-stone Gage; Bryanston's Gage (syns. of Bryanston), 168
Buchanan, 410
Buchner Königspflaume, 410
Buckman, Benjamin, var. orig. by, 476
Budd, 410
Budd, Prof. J. L., life of, 145; quoted, 145, 269; var. orig. by, 145, 362, 471
Buel, 411
Buel, Judge, var. orig. by, 256
Buel's Favorite; Buel's Liebling's Zwetsche (syns. of Buel), 411
Buffalo Bill, 411
Buhl-Eltershofen, 411
Buhl-Eltershofen Zwetsche (syn. of Buhl-Eltershofen), 411
Buhler, 411 Buhler's Early Prune (syn. of Buhler), 411 Bulah No. 4, 411 Bulgaria, 411 Bulgarian, 411 Bullace (syn. of White Bullace), 373
Bullace (syn. of Damson), 186
Bullace group, 40
Bullesse (syn. of Black Bullace), 161
Bullman, 411
Bullock, Jesse, var. orig. by, 175
Bullock, 411 Bullock's Heart (syn. of Bullock), 411
Bull Plum, 411
Bunker Hill, 411
Bunte Früh Pflaume, 411
Bunte Herzformige Pflaume (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Bunter Perdrigon, 412
Buntfarbige Violette Pflaume (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Buon-Boccone (syn. of Catelano Giallo), 415
Burbank, 169
Burbank First, 412
Burbank, Luther, life of, 170171; quoted, 76, 77, 95, 96, 146, 147, 333, 571; var. orig. by, 141, 142, 146, 147, 154, 170, 171, 179, 222, 225, 237, 257, 275, 285, 296, 297, 333, 337, 343, 354, 377, 393, 402, 416, 420, 421, 439, 446, 447, 450, 452, 461, 465, 467, 471, 473] 480, 483, 485, 491, 504, 518, 521, 539, 543, 547, 548, 559, 560, 571
Burbank's First (syn. of Burbank First), 412
Burbank No. 1, 412
Burbank No. 2 (syn. of Abundance), 136
Burbank No. 3 (syn. of Late Blood), 480
Burbank No. 4 (syn. of Heikes), 460
Burbank No. 7, 412
Burbank No. 11, 412
Burbank X Redick, 412
Burbank's Sultan (syn. of Occident), 295
Burchardt Gelbe Früh Zwetsche, 412
Burettes, 412
Burford, 412
Burgnon Gage (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Burgunder Zwetsche (syn. of Burgundy Prune), 412
Burgundy Prune, 412 Burgundy Prune (syn. of Burgundy Prune), 412
Burlington Gage, 413
Burnet, 413
Burrettes (syn. of Burettes), 412
Bursoto, 413

Burwood (syn. of Emerald), 442
Bury Seedling (syn. of Golden Drop), 228
Bush; Bush Plum of Kent (syns. of Kent), 476
Byefield, 413


C

Caddo Chief, 413
Caldwell Golden Drop, 413 CaldwelPs Golden Drop (syn. of Caldwell Golden Drop), 413
Caldwell's White Gage (syn. of Caldwell White Gage), 413
Caldwell White Gage, 413
Caledonian (syn. of Dove Bank, 435; of Goliath, 231; of Nectarine, 231; of Peach, 309) California (syn. of Agen), 138
California, 413 California Seedling; Cal. Seedling (syns. of California), 413
Calvels Pfirschenpflaume (syn. of Peach), 309
Cambell, 414 Cambell's Seedling (syn. of Cambell), 414
Camp, Charles B,, var. orig. by, 478
Campbell, 414
Canada Blue, 414
Canada Egg (syn. of Canada Orleans), 414 Canada Orleans, 414
Canadian Apricot, 414
Canawa (syn. of Kanawha), 474
Candelaria, 414
Candelaria Prune (syn. of Candelaria), 414
Cant's Late Green Gage (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Caper, 414
Capitaine Kirchhof, 414
Capitaine Kirchhof or Kirckkof (syns. of Capitaine Kirchhof), 414
Captain, 414
Capt. Bacon, 415
Capt. Watrous, 415
Caradeuc (syn. of De Caradeuc), 188
Caro, 415
Caroline, 415
Carpenter, 415
Carriere, quoted, 33et Carson, 415
Carstesen, H. P., var. orig. by, 415
Carstesen, 415
Cartier, Jacques, quoted, 70
Carver, 415
Castelane; Castellan (syns. of Early Yellow), 203
Catalana Propria, 415
Catalana-Susina (syn. of Catalano), 415
Catalana Toscana (syn. of Catalana Propria), 415
Catalane; Catalonia; Catalonian; Cata-lonische Kricke or Pflaume; Cata-lonischer Spilling (syns. of Early Yellow), 203
Catalano, 415
Catelana Morella (syn. of Catelano Violaceo), 416
Catelane (syn. of Catalano), 415
Catelane Giallo, 415
Catelano Violaceo, 416
Catharinenpflaume (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334 Catharinenpflaume von Schenectady (syn. of Schenectady), 540
Catherine, 416
Catherine (Prune de Ste.) (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Catherine violette (syn. of Saint Martin), 336Cavel's Pfirschenpflaume (syn. of Nectarine), 291
Cel, 416 Centennial, 416
Centralia, 416
Cerasus nigra, 6g Cerasus umbellata, 78
Cerasus pubescens, 92
Cerise; Cerisette; Cerisette Blanche; Cerizette (syns. of Myrobalan), 290
Cerisette Blanche (syn. of Gelbe Kirschpflaume, 4S0; of Early Yellow, 203) Cernay Perdrigon (syn. of Perdrigon of Cernay), 514
Cernay Perdrigon (syn. of CerneyPerdrigon), 416 Cerney Perdrigon, 416
Ceur de Beuf, 416 Chabardin, M,, var. orig. by, 456
Chabot (syn. of Chabot), 172 Chabot, 172
Chabot Blood, 416
Chalco, 174
Chambourcy, 174
Champion, 175
Champion, 416 Champion Prune (syn. of Champion), 175
Chancellor Gage, 416
Chapin, Aaron, var. orig. by, 416
hapin, 416
Chapin's Early (syn. of Howell), 465hapman, var. orig. by, 367
Chapman's Prince of Wales; Chapman's Prince of Wales' Plum (syns. of Wales), 366
'hariot, 417
Parity Clark, 417 Charles Downing (syn. of Downing), 193
Charlotte (syn. of Charlotte) 417
Charlotte, 417
Charmer, 417
liase (syn. of Abundance), 136
Chautauqua, 417
Chauviere, M., var. orig. b}r, 417
Chauviere, 417
!heney, 176 !heresoto, 417
Cherokee, 417
lierry, 417
Cherry (syn. of Cheney, 176; of Myrobalan, 290; of Queen Mother, 522) Cherry Plum (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
hester, 417
Chester County Prune, 418
Chestnut, 418Cheston; Cheston Matchless; Cheston's Plumb (syns. of Violet Diaper), 365
'hicasaw Chief (syn. of Miner), 281
Chickasaw (syn. of Scioto), 541
Chicrigland, 418
Chili (syn. of Pond), 314
Chinook, 418
Chippewa, 418 Chippeway (syn. of Chippewa), 418
Choptank, 418
Christian, 418
Christie, 418
Christ's Damascene (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
Churchill, 419
Chypre, 418
Cinnamon, 419
Cire (syn. of Wax), 562
Ciriselle (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Cistena, 419
City, 419
Clairac Mammoth (syn. of Imperial Epineuse), 250
Clara, 419
Clarendon, 419
Clark, Thomas, var. orig. by, 522
Clark, 419
Claudia (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Cleavinger, 419
Cleveland, 419
Clifford, Mrs., var. orig. by, 420
Clifford, 419
Climate, effects of, 101-109
Climax, 178
Climax's Brother. 420
Clingstone Wolf (syn. of Wolf Clingstone), 567
'ling Stem, 179
Clinton, 420
:ioth of Gold; Cloth of Gold Plum (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
"etloth of Gold; Cloth of Gold Esperen (syn. of Esperen), 206
Cluck, 420
Cluck, George, var. orig. by, 420
Cluster (syn. of Crittenden), 184 Cluster, 420
Cluster Damson (syn. of Crittenden), 184
flyman, 180
Clyman, Mrs. Hannah, var. orig. by, 184
Rochet, 420
Rochet Pere; Cochets Pflaume (syns. of Cochet), 420
"oe (syn. of Golden Drop), 228
Toe, Jervaise, var. orig. by, 229. Zoe a Fruit Violet (syn. of Coe Violet), 420
Zoe Golden Drop (syn. of Golden Drop), 228~oe (Pr. de); Coe's; Coe's Golden Drop; Coe's Golden Drop Plum; Coe's Imperial; Coe's Plum; Coe's Rotgefleckte Pflaume; Coe's Rothge^ fleckte Pflaume; Coe's Seedling (syns. of Golden Drop), 228
Toe's Fine Late Red (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
7oe's Golden Drop Violette (syn. of Coe Violet), 420
Zoe's Late Red (syn. of Saint Martin Quetscne), 538
Toe's Late Red (syn. of Saint Martin), 336 Zoe's sehr spate rothe Pflaume (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
7oe Violette; Coe's Violet; Coe's Violette (syns. of Coe Violet), 420
Toe Violet, 420
Toeur de Boeuf, 420
Coeur de Pigeon (syn. of Queen Mother), 522
Coferer, 421 Coferers (syn. of Coferer), 421
Coinage, 421
Col. Wetherell (syn. of Wetherell), 563
Col. Young's Seedling (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Coletta, 421
Coleus, 421
Collman (syn. of Colman), 421
Collo-Torto (syn. of Basaricatta), 399
Colman, 421
Colonel Bryan (syn. of Bryan), 410
Colonel or Col. Wilder (syns. of Wilder), 565
Colorado (syn. of Colorado Queen), 421 Colorado Queen, 421
Columbia, 181
Columbia (syn. of Captain), 414
Columbia Gage; Columbia Pflaume; Columbian Gage (syns. of Columbia), 181
Columella, quoted, 28, 36
Combination, 421
Comfort, 421
Common Blue Damson (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Common Damson (syn. of Damson, 186; of Winter Damson, 567) Common Orleans (syn. of Orleans), 302
Common Quetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219
Common Saint Julien (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
Common Sloe (syn. of Sloe), 544
Communia, 421
Compass, 422
Compass, 182
Compass Cherry (syn. of Compass), 182
Compass Cherry (syn. of Compass), 422
Compote d'Automne (syn. of Autumn Compote), 153
Comptine, 422
Comte Gustave d'Egger, 422
Consul, 422
Cope, John, var. orig. by, 423
Cooch, 422
Cooch, var. orig. by, 422
Cook, 422
Cook (syn. of Cook Choice), 422 Cook Choice, 422 Cook's Choice; Cook's Favorite (syns. of Cook Choice), 422
Cook's Early (syn. of Cook), 422
Cooper, 422
Cooper, Joseph, var. orig. by, 423
Cooper's (syn. of Smith Orleans), 348
Cooper's (syn. of Cooper), 423
Cooper's Blue Gage (syn. of Early Blue), 438
Cooper's Grosse Pflaume (syn. of Cooper), 423 Cooper's Grosse Rothe Zwetsche (syn. of Cooper), 423 Cooper's Large (syn. of Cooper, 423
; of Golden Drop, 228; of Smith Orleans, 348) Cooper's Large American (syn. of Cooper), 423 Cooper's Large Red (syn. of Cooper, 423
; of Smith Orleans, 348) Cooper's Large Red American (syn. of Cooper), 423 Coopers Plum (syn. tof Cooper), 423 Cooper's Plum (syn. of Cooper), 423 Cooper's Red (syn. of Cooper, 423
; of Smith Orleans, 348) Cope, 423Cope's Seedling (syn. of Cope), 423
Copper (syn. of Copper, 183; of Rich-land, 531) Copper, 183
Copper Plum (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Cornell, J. R., quoted, 244
Cornemuse, 423
Corse, Henry, var. orig. by, 391, 432, 445, 453, 455] 507, 532, 540, 557, 563
Corse's Admiral (syn. of Admiral), 391
Corse's Dictator (syn. of Dictator), 432
Corse's Field Marshal; Corse's Field Marshall (syns. of Field Marshall), 445
Corse's Great Bearer (syn. of Great Bearer), 455
Corse's Nota Bena or Nota Bene (syn. of Nota Bene), 507
Corse's Rising Sun (syn. of Rising Sun), 532
Corse's Sauvageon (syn. of Sauvageon), 539
Corse's Twins (syn. of Twins), 557
Corymbus, 423
Cottrell, 423
Cottrell, R. T., var. orig. by, 423
Couetch; Couetche; Couetsche (syns. of German Prune), 219
Couetsche d'ltalie; Couetsche Fellenberg (syns. of Italian Prune), 253
Couetsche Ordinaire (syn. of German Prune), 219
Couetsche Precoce; Couetsche Precoce La Vraie (syns. of Wahre Fruhzwet- sche), 560
Couler, 423
Couler, William, var. orig. by, 423
Coulommiers, 423 Coulommiers Pflaume (syn. of Coulommiers), 423
Coulon Reine Claude, 423 Coulon's Reine Claude (syn. of Coulon Reine Claude), 423
Coul Orleans, 423
Count Althann's Gage (syn. of Altham), 141
Court Royal, 424 Cover-crops, value of, 121
Covet die (syn. of German Prune), 219 Covetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219
Cowles, E. D., var. orig. by, 516 Cowperthwait Green Gage, 424
Cox, Mrs., var. orig. by, 424
Cox, 424Coxe, William, quoted, 25
Cox's Emperor (s}rn. of Denbigh), 430
Cox's Seedling (syn. of Cox), 424
Crable, 424
Craig, 424
Crescent, 424 rescent City (syn. of Crescent), 424
Crimson, 424
Crimson Beauty, 424
Crimson Drop, 424
Crittenden, 184
Crittenden, James, var. orig. by, 184
Crittenden's Damson (syn. of Crittenden), 184 Crittenden's Prolific; Crittenden's Pro' lific Damson (syns. of Crittenden), 184
Croft Early, 424 Croft's Early (syn. of Croft Early), 424
Cross, var. orig. by, 438
Cross-bred Prune A. P.-318 (syn. of Splendor), 547
Cruger, Henry, var. orig. by, 424
Cruger Scarlet, 424
Cruger's; Cruger's Fruh Pflaume, Plum, Rote Pflaume, Scarlet, Scarlet Gage, or Seedling (syns. of Cruger Scarlet), 424
Csaszar Sziloa, 425
Culberson, 425
Cumberland, 425
Curlew, 425
Curry, 425
Curry, S. L., var. orig. by, 425
Cyca Mono, 425
Cyclone, 425
Cydemarine, 425
Cyprian (syn. of Chypre), 418
Cyprische Pflaume (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Czar, 184


D

D'Abricot of Streets of Paris (syn. of Peach), 309
D'Agen (syn. of Agen), 138
D'Agen Amelioree (syn. of Amelioree), 394
D'Agen Doree (syn. of Doree), 434
Dahlgreen, 425
Daisy, 425 Dakota, 425
D'Allemagne (syn. of German Prune), 219
Dalrymple, 426 Dalrymple Damson (syn. of Dalrymple), 426
D'Altesse Blanche (syn. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569
Damas Ambre, 426
Damas Aubert (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Damas-Ballon Jaune (syn. of Ballon- artige Gelbe Zwetsche), 398
Damas-Ballon Rouge (syn. of Ballon- artige Rote Damascene), 398
Damas-Ballon Panachee Variete (syn. of Ballonartige Gelbe Zwetsche), 398
Damas Blanc, Blanc Gros, Blanc Hâtif Gros, Blanc Tres Hâtif (syns. of Large White Damson), 480
Damas blanc petit (syn. of Small White Damson), 544 Damas Commun (syn. of Damson), 186
Damas ae Dieffenbach (syn. of Damas de Diffenbach), 426 Damas de Diffenbach, 426
Damas de Leipsick (syn. of Frühe; Leipziger Damascene), 448
Damas de Mangeron; Damas de Mangeron, de Maugeron, de Maugerou; or de Maugiron, Damascene Maugeron, von Mangeron or von Maugeron (syns. of Maugeron), 492
Damas de Provence, 426 Damas de Provence or de Provence Hâtif (syns. of Damas de Provence), 426
Damas de Septembre (syn. of Per-drigon Tardif, 515; of September Damask, 542) Damas d'Espagne (syn. of Spanish Damask), 546
Damas d'Ete, 426
Damas de Tours (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Damas de Tours (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Damas de Tours or de Tours Gros (syns. of Gros Damas de Tours), 456
Damas de Valence (syn. of Valence), 557
Damas d'Hiver (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Damas d'ltalie (syn. of Italian Damask), 470
Damas d'Onderka (syn. of Onderka Damascene), 509
Damas Dronet, 426 Damas Dronet (syn. of Damas Dronet), 426
Damas Bronet de Merlet, 427
Damas Fin (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
Damas Gris (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Damas Gros (syn. of German Prune), 219
Damas gros de Tours (syn. of Gros Damas de Tours), 456
Damas Hatif (syn. of Morocco), 288
Damas Jaune (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Damas Jaune Musque, 427
Damas Jaune Tardif de Koch (syn. of Kocla spate Damascene), 477
Damas Lawson (syn. of Lawson), 482
Damas Long (syn. of German Prune), 219
Pamas Musque (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
Damas Noir (syn. of Morocco), 288
Damas noir (syn. of Late Black Damson), 480
Damas Noir (syn. of Damson), 186
Damas Noir de Dieffenbach (syn. of Damas de Diffenbach), 426
Damas Noir de Tours, 427
Damas Noir Hâtif (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
Damas Noir Hatif (syn. of Morocco), 288
Damas Noir Tardif (syn. of Late Black Damson), 480
Damas Precoce de Rivers (syn. of Rivers Early), 532
Damas Rouge (syn. of Orleans), 302
Damas Rouge de Biondeck, 427
Damas Rouge de Friedheim (syn. of Friedheim Damascene), 448
Damas Rouge de Mayer or de Moyer (syns. of Mayers Rothe Damascene), 493
Damas Rouge Hatif, 427
Damas Rouge Hâtif (syn. of Damas Rouge Hatif), 427
Damas rouge tardif (syn. of Late Red Damask), 481
Damas Tardif de Kock (syn. of Koch Spate Damascene), 477
Damas Verd or Vert (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Damas Vert (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Damas Violet, 427
Damas Violet (syn. of Damas Violet, 427; of German Prune, 219; of Maugeron, 492; of Orleans, 302; of Queen Mother, 522) Damas Violet Allonge (syn. of Lange Violette Damascene), 479
Damas Violet Gros (syn. of German Prune), 219
Damas Violet Longuet (syn. of Lange Violette Damascene), 479
Damas Violet of Tours (syn. of Gros Damas de Tours), 456
Damas Violet Tardif (syn. of Damas Violet), 427
Damascena Armeniaca or Armeniacea (syns. of Mirabelle), 284
Damascena Dominicalis Praecox (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
Damascena Schamali (syn. of Schamal), 540
Damascene (syn. of Damson), 186
Damascene (syn. of Shropshire), 344
Damascene Maugeron, von Mangeron or von Maugeron (syns. of Maugeron), 492
Damascenen Mirabelle (syn. of SmallWhite Damson), 544
Damaschina d'Estate (syn. of Damaschino Estivo), 426 Damaschino Estivo, 426
Damaschino Settembrino, 426
Damascus (syn. of Damson), 186
Damasine (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Damasine (syn. of Rote Mirabelle), 533
Damask (syn. of German Prune), 219
Damask Violet (syn. of Queen Mother), 522
Damask of Provence (syn. of Damas de Provence), 426
Damasquinee (syn. of Musk Damson), Damatie Rouge, 427Dame Ambert, Ambert Blanche or Ambert Jaune, Aubert, Aubert Blanche,' Aubert Grosse Luisante, or Aubert Jaime (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Dame Aubert, Aubert Rouge or Aubert Violette (syns. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Dame Aubert Jaune (syn. of Aubert), 397
Dame Aubert Rouge (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Dame-Aubert Rouge (syn. of Blue Egg), 405
Dame Aubert Violet (syn. of Duane), 196
D'Amerique Rouge (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Damson (syn. of Damson, 186; of Winter Damson, 567) Damson, 185
Damson Cluster (syn. of Crittenden), 184
Damson group, description of, 39-40
Damson Plum (syn. of Shropshire), 344
Damson Riley, 427
Damson Royal, 427
Damson Winter (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Dana, Rev., var. orig. by, 428
Dana's Gage; Dana's Yellow Gage(syns. of Dana Yellow Gage), 428
Dana Yellow Gage, 427
Daniel, Dr., var. orig. by, 428
Daniel Weeping, 428
Danish Damson, 428
Dark Blue Egg (syn. of Kaiser Wil- helm), 474
Darst, 428
Darst, var. orig. by, 428
Darwin Peach (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Das Blaue Auge (syn. of Lange Violette Damascene), 479
D'Ast (syn. of Agen), 138
Date, 428
Date (syn. of Agen), 138
Date de Hongrie; Date Plum; Datte de Hongrie or Hungrie; Datte Violette; Dattelsweische (syns. of Hungarian), 246
Date Plum (syn. of Date), 428
Datilles, 428
Datte Hongroise Jaune, 428
Datte Jaune (syn. of Weisse Kaiserin), 563
Dattel Pflaume or Zwetsche (syns. of Red Date), 322
Dattelpflaumen; Dattelzwetsche (syns. of Date), 428
Datte Verte (syn. of Grüne Dattel Zwetsche), 456Datte Violette (syn. of Agen), 138
Dauphin (syn. of Victoria), 363
Dauphin (syn. of Sharp), 340
Dauphin a Fleurs doubles; Dauphin a Fleurs semi-doubles (syns. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Dauphine, 428
Dauphine; Dauphiny (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
D'Automne de Schamal (syn. of Schamal), 540D'Autriche (syn. of Hungarian), 246
D'Autriche (syn. of Date), 428 Davenport, 429
Davies Seedling, 429
Davies' Seedling (syn. of Davies Seedling), 429
Davis, 429D'Avoine (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Dawson, 186, 429
Dawson, P. P., var. orig. by, 187
Dawson City, 429
Dawson Seedling (syn. of Dawson), 186
De Bavay (syn. of Bavay), 155
De Besanqon (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
De Bordeaux (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
De Brianc.on (syn. of Briangon)., 409
De Briancon (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
De Brignole (syn. of Agen), 138
DeCaisne, 187 Decaisnes Pflaume (syn. of DeCaisne), 187
De Caradeuc, 188
De Caradeuc, A., var. orig. by, 188
De Catalogue (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
De Chypre (syn. of Chypre, 418; of Red Diaper, 323
; of Musk Damson, 501) De Coe (syn. of Golden Drop), 228
De Delice, 429
De Deux Saison (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
De Gisborne (syn. of Gisborne), 451
De Gondin, 430De Jerusalem (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
De Kirke (syn. of Kirke), 260
De la Toussaint, 430
De la Saint-Martin (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
Delaware, 430
De 1'Inde, 430
De Mirabclle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
De Mitchelson (syn. of Mitchelson), 498
De Monsieur (syn. of Yellow Egg, 386; Early Tours, 202
; Orleans, 302
; Early Orleans, 198) De Monsieur Hâtive (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
De Monsieur Jaune (syn. of Yellow Irnperatrice), 569
De Montfort, 430
De Montmirail, 430
De Pologne (syn. of Quetsche Dr. Letricourt), 524
De Pontbriant (syn. of Pontbriant), 517
De Prince (syn. of Norbert), 505
De Prince (en Lorraine) (syn. of De Seigneur), 431
De Reizeinstein (syn. of Reizenstein Yellow Prune), 531
De Saint e-Cathcrine (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
De Seigneur, 431
De Soto, 189
De Soto X Oregon No. 3 (syn. of Ames), 144
De Virginie (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
De Wangenheim (syn. of Wangenheim), 368
De Wolf, M. J., var. orig. by, 498
Dean, 429
Deane, Samuel, D. D., quoted, 21, 38
Dean's Jedburgli Seedling (syn. of Dean), 429
Deaton, 429
Deck, 429 Decks Damson (syn. of Deck), 429
Decker, 429
Decker, H. C, var. orig. by, 429
Decker's Late Seedling (syn. of Decker), 429 Decker's Seedling (syn. of Decker), 429
Deep Creek, 429 Deepcreek (syn. of Deep Creek), 429
Defresne, 430
Denbigh, 430
Denbigh-Pflaume; Denbigh Seedling;Denbigh (syns. of Denbigh), 430
Dennie (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365 Dennis, 431
Dennison's Red; Denniston's Red; Den- niston's Rote Pflaume (syns. of Benniston Red), 431
Dennison's Superb (syn. of Denniston Superb), 431
Dennis Seedling No. 13, 431
Denniston, Isaac, var. orig. by, 393, 411, 431, 478, 500
Denniston Red, 431
Denniston's Albany or Albany Beauty (syns. of Albany Beauty), 392
Denniston Superb, 431
Denniston's Superb or Superb Gage(syns. of Denniston Superb), 431
D'Ente (syn. of Lot d'Ente), 486 D'Ente; D'Ente de'Agen (syns. of Agen), 138
D'Ente Imperiale, 431
Denton, 431
Denver's Victoria (syn. of Sharp, 340; of Victoria, 363) Der blaue Rebhuhn aus der Normandie (syn. of Normand Perdrigon), 505
Der Bunter Perdrigon (syn. of Bunter Perdrigon), 412
Derbyshire Green Gage, 431
Deron, 431 Deron's (syn. of Deron), 431
Des Bejonnieres (syn. of Bejonnieres), 157
Des Burettes (syn. of Burettes), 412
Des Moines, 431
Deutsche Blaue Herbstszvetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219
Deux jots Van (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Dewey, 432
Diademe ; Diademe Imperial or Imperiale (syns. of Red Diaper), 323
Diademe Imperial-Isabelle, 432
Diantant; Diamantpflaume (syns. of Diamond), 191
Diamant; Diamantpflaume (syns. of Pond), 314
Diamond, 191, 432
Diamond, var. orig. by, 191
Diana, 432
Diaper; Diaper Rouge; Diapre Rouge, Diaprea rubra; Diapre e de Roche Corbon; Diapree Rouge (syns. of Red Diaper), 323
Diaper'd Plumb (syn. of Diapree Blanche) 432
Diaphane (syn. of Transparent), 360
Diaphane Laffay (syn. of Transparent), 360
Diapre Blanc (syn. of White Diaper), 564
Diapree Blanche; Diapree Weisse (syns.of Diapree Blanche), 432
Diapree Blanche (syn. of WThite Diaper, 564; of White Perdrigon, 375) Diapree Blanche, 432
Diapree noire; Diapre Violet; Diapree VioL'tte (syns. of Violet Diaper), 365
Diapree Nouvelle De Kook, 432
Dictator, 432
Die Abrikosenartige Pflaume (syn. o# Apricot), 148
Die Albertus Damenpflaume (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Die AprikosenpfLaume (syn. of Red Apricot), 321
Die Bischofsmiitze (syn. of Bonnet d'Eveque), 407
Die Blaue Datt el pflaume (syn. of Agen), 138
Die Blutfarbege Pflaume (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Die Brisette (syn, of Late Mirabelle), 263
Die Brustwarsenpflaume (syn. of Mamelonnee), 489
Die Damascenerpflaume von Maugeron (syn. of Maugeron), 492
Die Damaskpflaume aus Spanien (syn. of Spanish Damask), 546
Die Durchsichlige (syn. of Transparente), 555
Die frühe Pflaume von Tours (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Die Gartenswetsche (syn. of Quetsche Maraichere), 524
Die gelbe friihzeitige Pflaume (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Die grosse indianische braunrothe Pflaume (syn. of Indian), 468
Die grosse Königin Claudiapflaume, die grüne Abrikose (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Die grosse Königin Klaudia Pflaume mit halbgefullter Bluthe (syn. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Die grosse rothe Feigenpflaume (syn. of Red Date), 322
Die grosse Weisse Glanzende (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Die grüne herzformige Pflaume (syn. of Grime Herzformige), 456
Die HausBwetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219
Die Herrnpflaume (syn. of Orleans), 302
Die Hyacinthenpflaume (syn. of Ja- cinthe), 471
Die Isabelle (syn. of Isabella), 469
Die Kaiserliche veilchenfarbige Pflaume (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Die Kaiserliche Weisse Pflaume (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Die kleine Königin Claudia (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Die kleine langlichte Damaskuspflaume (syn. of Damas Dronet), 426
Die kleine Zwergpflaume (syn. of Zwergpflaume), 571
Die Kleine Weisse Damascenerpflaume (syn. of Small White Damson), 544
Die Königin (syn. of Mayer Königs- pflaume), 493
Die Königin Klaudia (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Die KönigHche grosse Pflaume (syn. of Royal), 534
Die konigliche Pflaume von Tours (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Die lange, grüne und grosses welsche Pflaume? (syn. of Quetsche Verte D'ltalie), 525
(syn. of Valienci-(syn. Die Morillenpflaume (syn. of Apricot), 148
Die musquat Damaskuspflaume (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
Die Pflaume aus Cypern (syn. of Chypre), 418
Die Pflaume ohne Stein (syn. of Stone-less), 353
Die Rothe Eierflaume (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Die R'othe Eierflaume (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Die Rothe Kaiserpflaume (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Die rothe Rebhulinpflaume (syn. of Red Perdrigon), 528
Die Scanarda (syn. of Scanarda), 540
Die spate oder September Damask- pflaume (syn. of September Damask), 542
Die Valienciennes ennes), 558
Die veilchenfarbige Birnpflaume of Pear Plum), 513
Die veilchenfarbige Damascenerpflaume (syn. of Damas Violet), 427
Die Veischenfarbige Kaiserinnpflaume(syn. of Imperatrice), 249
Die violete Kaiserpflaume mit scheckich-ten Blattern (syn. of Imperial Violet), 467
Die Violette Diapree (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Die Violette Kaiserpflaume (syn. of Violet Imperial); 559
Die Violette Königin Claudia (syn. of Purple Gage), 31
Die Violette Königin Claudie (syn. of Purple Gage), 318 Die Violette oder Blaue Reneclode (syn. of Purple Gage), 318 Die Violette oder Blaue Renoclode (syn. of Purple Gage), 318
Die walsche Damascene pflaume (syn. of Italian Damask), 470
Die Wangenheim (syn. of Wangen- heim), 368
Die Weisse Buntfarbige Pflaume (syn. of Diapree Blanche), 432
Die weisse Duranzen pflaume (syn. of White Perdrigon), 375
Die Weisse Kaiserinnpflaume; Die Weisse Kaiserpflaume (syns. of White Imperatrice), 375
Die Ziickersusse (syn. of Trauttenberg), 555
Dieffenbachs Damascene; Dieffenbachs Schwarze Damascene (syn. of Damas de Diffenbach), 426
Diel Grosse Weisse Damascene, 432
Diel's August Zwetsche (syn. of Wahre Frühzwetsche), 560
Diels Königpflaume or Diel's K'onigs- pflaume (syns. of Royal Tours), 332
Diffenbachs Damascene (syn. of Damas de Diffenbach), 426
Dine, 433
D'ltalie (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Dittisham, 433
Dixie, 433
Dobrowitzer Fruhzwetsche (syn. Quetsche de Dobrowitz), 523
Dochnahl Damascene, 433 of Dochnahl's Königs Pflaume (syn. Dochnahl Damascene), 433
Dodd, William, var. orig. by, 282
D'OEuf; D'OEuf Blanche (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
D'Oeuf Violette (sj'-n. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Dojene, 433
Doles, A. H., var. orig. by, 519
Dollaner, 433 Dollaner Zwetsche (syn. of Dollaner), 433
Dolphin (syn. of Sharp, 340; of Victoria, 363) Domina, 433
Domine Dull, 433
Domine Dull's; Domine Dull's Plum (syns. of Domine Dull), 433
Domino (syn. of Domina), 433
Don, 433
Don Alteza, 433
Donauers Zusammen Gedrilckte Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Aplatie), 523
Don Carlos, 433
Don Carlos' (syn. of Don Carlos), 433
Doppelte Mirabelle (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Dora, 433
Doree, 434
Doree 482
Dorell, 434
Dorell, Dr., var. orig. by, 434, 520
Dorell Aprikosenpflaume, 434
Dorell's Neue Aprikosen Pflaume (syn.of Dorell Aprikosenpflaume), 434
Dorelle's Neue Grosse Zwetsche or New Purple Prune; Dor ells grosse neue Zwetsche, or Grosse Zwetsche, or Neue Grosse Zwetsche; Dorell's Neue Purpur Zwetsche; Dorr el (syns. of Dorell), 434
Dorell's Grosse Ungarische Pflaume (syn. of Large Sugar Prune), 480
Dorell's Neue Weisse Diapree (syn. of Wahre Weisse Diapree), 561
Doris, 434
Dorr, 434
Dorr, Elisha, var. orig. by, 461
, 464, 562 Dorr Seedling, 434
Dorr's Favorite (syn. of Dorr, 434; oi Pond, 314) Dorsett, 434
Dosch, 435
Dosch, Henry E., var. orig. by, 435
de Lawson (syn. of Lawson), of 1 Dougall Best, 435 I Dougall's Best (syn. of Dougall Best), 435
Douglas (syn. of Abundance), 136
Douglas (syn. of Chabot), 172
Douglass, 435
Dove Bank, 435
Dowling, Henry, var. orig. by, 395, 548, 567
Downing, A. J., quoted, 519; var. orig. by, 443
Downing, 193
Downing Early, 435 Downing's Early (syn. of Downing Early), 435
Downton Imperatrice, 435 Downton's Kaiserin; Downtoner Kai-serin (syns. of Downton Imperatrice), 435
Drake, George, var. orig. by, 436
Drake Seedling, 436 Drake's Seedling (syn. of Drake Seedling),' 436
Drap d'Or (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Drap d'Or (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Drap d'Or, 194Drap d'Or d'Esperen; Esperen, of Es-peren, or of Esperin (syns. of Esperen), 206
Drap d'Or Pflaume (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Dr. Dennis (syn. of Dennis), 431
Dronet Damask (syn. of DamasDronet), 426
Drouth King, 436
Dr. UfT, 436
Dr. Uff Szilvaja, 436
Dry, var. orig. by, 436
Dry Seedling, 436 Dry's Seedling (syn. of Dry Seedling), 436
Dschau Erik (syn. of Diel Grosse Weisse Damascene), 432
Duane, 196
Double, 435
Double Blackpruim (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Double-blossomed; Double-blossomed Plum (syns. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Double Beurre Witte? (syn. of White Virginal), 565
Double Drap d'Or (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Double Flowering Gage, 192
Double Imperial Gage (syn. of Washington), 368
Double Mirabelle (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Double Plum, 435
Dougall, James, var. orig. by, 435
Duane, James, var. orig. by, 197
Duane's French Purple, Large Orleans, Large Purple, or Purple French (syns. of Duane), 196
Duane's Ptirple (syn. of Duane, 196; of Peach, 309; of Smith Orleans, 348) Duboise, var. orig. by, 216
Due d'Edinbourg (syn. of Duke of Edinburgh), 436
Due de Waterloo (syn. of Waterloo Pflaume), 561
Duke, 436
Duke of Devonshire, 436
Duke of Edinburgh, 436
_, Dull, var. orig. by, 433
Dumberline, 436
Dumiron, 437
Dummer, 436
Dummer, var. orig. by, 437
Dunkelblaue Eierpflaume (syn. of Kaiser Wilhelm), 474
Dunkelblaue Kaiserin, 437
Dunlap, 437
Dunlap, J. P., var. orig. by, 437
Dunlap (syn. of Dunlap No. 1), 437
Dunlap (No. 1) (syn. of Dunlap No. i), 437
Dunlap No. 1, 437
Dunlap No. 2 (syn. of Dtmlap), 437
Dunlap's No. 1 (syn. of Dunlap No. 1), 194
437
Dunlap's No. 2 (syn. of Dunlap), 437
Dunlop, W. W., var. orlg. by, 499, 500
Dunlop Nut, 437
Dunlop 53
(syn. of Raynes), 526
Dunlop 54
(syn. of Mount Royal), 500
Dunmore, 43
7Dumore (syn. of Dunmore), 437
Dupuls, August, var. orig. by, 394 Durand, var. orig. by, 187
Durazen Zwetsche, 437
Durchscheinende Reineclaude (syn. of Transparent), 360
Durchsichtige (syn. of Transparente), 555Durham, Miss, var. orig. by, 287
Du Roi (syn. of Agen), 138
Du Roi (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
Dutch Plum -or Plumb (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Dutch Prune (syn. of Domine Dull, 433
; of German Prune, 219) Dutch Quetszen (syn. of Domine Dull), 433
Dymond (syn. of Diamond), 191


E

Eagle, 437
Earley's November (syn. of Black Bullace), 161
Earliest of All (syn. of Earliest of All), 198; Earliest of All, 198
Early, 437
Early Amber, 437Early Apricot (syn. of Early Transparent Gage), 440
Early Apricot, 437 Early Apricot Plum (syn. of Early Apricot), 437
Early Bavay (syn. of July Green Gage), 474
Early Black Damask (syn. of Morocco), 288 Early Black Morocco (syn. of Morocco), 288
Early Blue, 438 Early Blue (syn. of Early Blue), 438
Early Bradshaw (syn. of Gerishes Seedling, 451; of Field, 208) Early Cherry, 438
Early Cluster, 438
Early Cross, 438
Early Damask (syn. of Morocco), 288
Early Damask of Provence (syn. of Damas de Provence), 426
Early Damson (syn. of Damson, 186; of Horse, 464; of Morocco, 288; of Winter Damson, 567) Early Damson (syn. of Morocco), 288
Early de Tours (syn. of Early Tours), et202
Early Favorite, 438 Early Favorite, or Favourite (syns. of Early Favorite), 438
Early Forcing (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Early Fruchtbare (syn. of Early Riv ers), 200
Early Genesee (syn. of Henrietta Gage), 461
Early Genesee, 438
Early Golden (syn. of Early Golden Drop), 438 Early Golden Drop, 438
Early Green (syn. of Emerald), 442
Early Green Gage? (syn. of July Green Gage), 474
Early Honey, 439
Early John (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Early Large Black (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
Early Minnesota, 439
Early Mirabelle, 439 Early Monsieur (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
Early Morocco (syn. of Morocco), 288
Early Normandy, 439 Early Orleans (syn. of Early Orleans), 198 Early Orleans, 198
Early Pale, 439
Early Pear, 439
Early Perdrigon, 439
Early Prolific (syn. of Early Rivers), 200
Early Purple (syn. of Howell), 465
Early Red, 439, 440
Early Red Primordian (syn. of Red Primordian), 528
Early Red Russian; Early Red Russian No. 3 (syns. of Early Red), 440
Early Rivers (syn. of Early Rivers), 200 Early Rivers, 200
Early Royal, 201
Early Royal (syn. of Early Royal), 201
. Early Royal of Nikita (syn. of Early Royal of Nikita), 440 Early Royal of Nikita, 440
Early Russian (syn. of German Prune), 219
Early Scarlet (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Early Six Weeks (syn. of Six Weeks), 544
Early St. John, 440
Early Tours, 202
Early Tours (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Early Transparent; Early Transparent Gage (syns. of Early Transparent Gage), 440 Early Transparent Gage, 440
Early Violet (syn. of Early Tours, 202
; of Violet, 559) Early White Plum (syn. of Early Yellow), 203 Early Yellow, 203 Early Yellow (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Early Yellow Gage, 440
Early Yellow Prune, 440
Eason, 441
Eberly, 441
Eberly's Plum (syn. of Eberly), 441
Ebert, Madame, var. orig. by, 430
Ebon, 441
Eelite Gelbe Eier Pflaume (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Echte Grosse Reine-Claude (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Echte Hafer Pflaume or Zwetsche (syns. of Haferpflaume), 458
Eckenholm, M. Brahay, var. orig. by, 408
Ecully, 441
Eddie, 441
Edith, 441
Edith of Terry (syn. of Julia), 473
Edle Early, 441
Edle Frühpflaume (syn. of Edle Early), 441
Edle Gelbe Eger Pflaume; Edle Gelbe Eier Pflaume (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Edle Königs Pflaume (syn. of Valienciennes), 558
Edouard Seneclauze, 441
Eggles, 441
Egg Plum (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Egger'sche Eier Zwetsche (syn. of Comte Gustave d'Egger), 422
Eier Pflaume (syn. of Blue Egg, 405; of Yellow Egg, 386) Eldora, 441
Eldorado, 441
Eldridge, 442
Elfreth's Prune (syn. of Elfrey), 442
Elfrey, 442 Elfrey*s Prune; Elfry's Plum (syns. of Elfrey), 442
Elisabeth Pflaume, 442 Elisabeth d'Eisner (syn. of Elisabeth Pflaume), 442
Ella, 442
Elliott, quoted, 256
Ellis, 442
Ellwood, 442
Elmore, 442
El Paso (syn. of Beaty), 400
Eisner Grüne Zwetsche, 442
Eisner's Elisabeth Pflaume (syn. of Elisabeth Pflaume), 442
Eisner's Von Gronow Grüne Zwetsche (syn. of Eisner Grüne Zwetsche), 442
Elton, 442 Elwood (syn. of Ellwood), 442 Emerald, 442 Emerald Drop, 443 Emerson, 443
Emerson's Early (syn. of Emerson), 443
Emerson Yellow, 443
Emigrant, 443
Emily May, 443
Emma, 443 Empereur, 443
Empereur de Mas (syn. of Empereur), 443
Empereur de Sharp (syn. of Sharp), 340
Empereur du Japan (syn. of Emperor of Japan), 443
Emperor (syn. of Denbigh, 430; of Goliath, 231) Emperor of Japan, 443 Emperor of Japan (syn. of Emperor of Japan), 443
Empire, 203Empire State (syn. of Empire), 203
Empress (syn. of Imperatrice), 249 Engre, 206
Engle, 443
Englebert, 204 Englebert (syn, of Englebert), 204
Englische Zwetsche (syn. of Large English), 262 English Orleans (syn. of Orleans), 302 English Pond's Seedling (syn, o Pond), 314
English Pond's Seedling (syn. o: Duane), 196
English Wheat (syn. of Wheat), 563
English Yellow Gage (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Enkelde Backspruim; Enkelde Black' pruim (syns. of German Prune), 219
Epine noire (syn. of Sloe), 544
Erby September (syn. of Irby), 468
Esjum Erik, 443
Esperen, 206
Esperen's Goldpflaume (syn. of Esperen), 206
Esperin, Major, var. orig. by, 156, 207
Essex Bullace, 444
Esslinger Frühzwetsche, 444
Esther, 444
Etendard d' Angleterre (syn. of Standard), 548
Etopa, 444
Etta, 444
Eugen Fürst; Eugene Fürst (syns. of Fürst Damson), 448
Eugen Filrsts Fruhzwetsche (syn. of Furst), 217
Eureka, 444
Eureka (syn. of Wickson), 376
European Cherry Plum (syn. of Myro-balan), 290
Eva, 444
Evelyn, 444
Excelsior, 207
Excelsior Damson, 444
Exoascus, diseases caused by, 127, 128


F

Fairchild, 444
Fairchild, J. A., var. orig. by, 546
Fair's Golden or Golden Drop (syn. of Golden Drop), 228
Farleigh Prolific (syn. of Crittenden), 184
Fancy, 445
Fanning, 445
Farleigh (syn. of Crittenden), 184
Farleigh Castle (syn. of Pond), 314
Farleigh Damson (syn. of Crittenden), 184
Fausse Altesse (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Favorite de Buel (syn. of Buel), 411
Favorite de Lawrence (syn. of Lawrence), 266
Favorite d'Howard (syn. of Howard), 464
Favorite Hâtive, Precoce, PrScoce de Rivers (syns. of Early Favorite), 438
Favorite Pourpre (syn. of Purple Favorite), 521
Fawn, 445
Feine Damascene (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
Feine Und Gute (syn. of Fine Bonte), 445
Fell, quoted, 387
Fellemberg (syn. of German Prune, 219; of Italian Prune, 253)Fellenberg; Fellenberg Quetsche; Fei lenberger Zwetsche; Fellenburg; Felt-emberg (syns. of Italian Prune), 25
Femmons, Frank, var. orig. by, 445
Femmonzi, 445
Fertheringham (syn. of Belgian Purple) i57
Fertile Bleue (syn. of Blue Prolific), 4o( Fertile Precoce (syn. of Early Rivers) 200Fertilizers, use and value of, 121, 122 Field, 207
Field Marshall, 445 Figue Grosse Rouge, 445
Figue Grose Rouge (syn. of Red Date) 322 Figue Grosse Rouge (syn. of RedDate), 122 Fin de Siecle, 445
Fine Bonte, 445
Fine Early Plum, 445 Firba Königspflaume, 445
Firbas Frühe; Schuttenhoferin, 446
First, 446 First Best, 446
First Sweet, 446
Fisher, J. E., var. orig. by, 365 Fitze, Charles G., var. orig. by, 274
Fitzhugh, William, quoted, 85 Fitzroy, 446
Flora Plena, 446
Florence (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Flotows Allerfrilheste Mirabelle (syn.of Mirabelle de Flotow), 497
Fluke, N. K., var. orig. by, 394, 429, 477 Flushing Bulleis, 446
Flushing Gage (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Foderingham; Foderingham Plum(syns. of Fotheringhatn), 212 Foliage Plum (syn. of Vesuvius), 559 Fondante Noire (syn. of Frühe; Leipziger Damascene), 448
'onthill (syn. of Pond), 314
Foote, 446
Foote, Asahel, var. orig. by, 440, 446
Foote's Early Orleans (syn. of Foote), 446
Foote Golden Gage, 446
Forest Garden, 209Forest Rose, 210
Forest Rose Improved, 447
orewattamie, 447 'ormosa, 447 Forward Damask, 447
Fotheringay (syn. of Fotheringham), 212 Fotheringham, 212
Fourth of July (syn. of Lovett), 486
Fourth of July (syn. of Marble), 490
Franc fort Peach; Frankfurter Pfirschen Zwetsche (syns. of Frankfort Peach), 447
'rankfort Peach, 447
Frankfurter Pflaume (syn. of Rudolph), 536
Frankland, Thomas, var. orig. by, 396
ranklin, 447
Franklin (syn. of Washington), 368
Fraser, 447
Fraser, John, var. orig. by, 447
Fraser's Early Yellow (syn. of Fraser), 447
Frauendorfer Frühe; Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Precoce De Frauendorf), 524
Freeman, 212
, 447
Freeman, var. orig. by, 212
Freeman's Favorite (syn. of Freeman), -447
Free Silver (syn. of Terry), 552
Freestone, 213, 447, 448. Freestone Damson (syn. of Freestone), 213
Freestone Goose, 448
Freestone Quetsche, 448
French, 214
French (syn. of Agen), 138
French Apricot (syn. of Apricot), 148
French Copper (syn. of Copper), 183
French Damson (syn. of French), 214
French Orleans (syn. of Orleans), 302
French Prune (syn. of Agen), 138
French Royal (syn. of Royal), 534
French St. Julien (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
Freudenberger Frilh Pflaume (syn. of Precoce de Freudenberg), 517
Friars (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Friar's Plum (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365Friedheim Damascene, 448
Friedheim's Rote Frilh Damascene (syn. of Friedheim Damascene), 448
Fritze Herrnpflaume, 448
Frogmore, 215 Frogmore Damson; Frogmore Prolific Damson (syns. of Frogmore), 215
Froment American (syn. of American Wheat), 395
Frost Gage, 216
Frost Plum (syn. of Frost Gage, 216; of White Damson, 374) Frostproof, 448
Frühe; Aprikosenpfiaume (syn. of Early Apricot, 437
Frühe; Dattelzwetsche (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Frühe; Englische Zwetsche, 448
'riihe Fruchtbare (syn. of Early Rivers), 200
'riihe Gelbe Kaiser Pflaume (syn. of Apricot), 148
Frühe; Gelbe Kaiser Pflaume (syn. ofFrühe; Gelbe Reine Claude), 448
Frühe; Gelbe Reine Claude, 448 Frühe; Gelbe Reine Claude (syn. of Transparente), 555
'riihe Gemeine Zwetsche (syn. of Wahre Fruhzwetsche), 560
Frühe; Grosse Schwarze Pflaume (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
riihe Grüne Zwetsche, 448
Frühe; Haus Zwetsche (syn. of Wahre Fruhzwetsche), 560
Frühe; Herrupflaume (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
Frühe; Herrn Pflaume (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Fruhe Herrnpflaume (syn. of Early Orleans), 198; Wuhe Herrupflaume (syn. of Early Orleans), 198

Frühe; Herzogspflaume (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
Frühe; Königspflaume (syn. of Royale Hâtive de Liegel), 535
Frühe; Königspflaume von Nikita (syn. of Early Royal of Nikita), 440
Frühe; Leipziger Damascene, 448
Frühe; Nikitaer Königspflannie (syn. ofEarly Royal of Nikita), 440
Frühe; Platte Damascene (syn. of Morocco), 288
Fruhe Reine-Claude (syn, of July Green Gage), 474
Frühe;r Perdrigon; Frühe;r Violetter Perdrigon (syns. of Early Perdrigon), 439
Frühe; Schtvarze Pflaume (syn. ofNoire de Montreuil), 504
Frühe; Schwarze Pflaume (syn. of Morocco), 288 Frühe; Treibswetsche; Frühe; Treib Zwetsche (syns. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Frühe; von Bergthold (syn. of Early Mirabelle), 439
Frühe; Weisse Aprikosenpflaume (syn. of Diel Grosse Weisse Damascene), 432
Frühe; Zwetsche (syn. of Wahre Früh- zwetsche), 560
Früh Zwetsche (syn. of Red Date), 322
Frühzwetsche mit Silberblatt (syn. of Quetsche a. feuille argentee), 523
Frühzwetsche von Buhlerthal (syn. of Quetsche Precoce de Buhlerthal), 524
Fuller, 448 Fuller's Egg (syn. of Fuller), 448
Fulton, 448
Funk, 448Funk, J. M., var. orig. by, 448
Funk's Early (syn. of Funk), 448
Furst, 217
Fürst Damson, 448
Fürstenseller Pflaume; Filrstenzeller Reine-Claude (syns. of Red Apricot), 321
Fürsten Zwetsche; Fürstenzwetsche(syns. of Imperatrice), 249
Fürst's Damson (syn. of Fürst Damson), 448
Fürst's Frühzwetsche (syn. of Furst), 217
Furugiya (syn. of Chabot), 172


G

Gabriel Combes, 449
Gage Verte (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Galbraith, 449
Galbraith, var. orig. by, 449
Gale, 449
Galena, 449
Gale Seedling (syn. of Gale), 449
Gale's No. 3 (syn. of Gale), 449
Gallesio, quoted, 28
Galopin, 449
Galopin, M., var. orig. by, 564
Garden King, 449
Garfield, 449
Garlick, 450 Garlick's Early (syn. of Garlick), 450
Garnet (syn. of Occident), 295
Garnet, 450
Garriel, var. orig. by, 351
Garten Pflaume or Zwetsche (syns. )fQuetsche Maraichere), 524
Gates, 450
Gaunt, 450
Gaviota, 450 Gaylord, 450
Gaylord, Edson, var. orig. by, 395, 453
Gaylord Gold, 450
Gelbe Apricosenartige Pflaume; Gelbe Aprikosenpflaume; Gelbe Dauphins (syns. of Apricot), 148
Gelbe Catharinenpflaume (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Gelbe Damascener Pflaume, 450
Gelbe Eger Pflaume; Gelbe Egg; Gelbe Eierpflaume (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Gelbe frühe Pflaume; Gelbe Frühzeitige (syns. of Early Yellow), 203
Gelbe Frühzwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Jaune Precoce), 524
Gelbe Herrn Pflaume (syn. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569
Gelbe Jerusalempflaume, 450
Gelbe Katharinenpflaume (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Gelbe Kirschpflaume, 450
Gelbe Malonke (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Gelbe Marunke (syn. of Weisse Kaiser- in, 563; of Yellow Egg, 386) Gelbe Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Gelber Bidling (syn. of Gemeiner Gelbe Spilling), 451
Gelbe Reine-Claude (syn. of Apricot), 148
Gelbe Reneclode Mit Gefullter Bluthe (syn. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Gelbe Spatzwetsche, 451
Gelbe Ungarische Eier Pflaume; Gelbe Ungarische Eyerpflaums (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Gem, 451
Gemeine Hauswetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219
Gemeiner Gelbe Spilling, 451
Gemeine Zwetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219
General Brock (syn. of Brock), 410
Gen. Hand; General Hand; Genl. Hand(syns. of Hand), 239
General Jackson (syn. of Miner), 281
Gentleman, 451
Georgeson, 217
Georgeson, C. C, quoted, 55
Georg IV (syn. of Rigny), 532
Georgia, 451
Geperlte Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Gerard, quoted, 162
Gerishes Seedling, 451
German Gage (syn. of Bleeker), 163
German Plum (syn. of German Prune), 219 German Prune, 219
German Prune (syn. of Domine Dull, 433; of German Prune, 219; of Italian Prune, 253) German Prune Seedling (syn. of Man- kato), 489
, German Quetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219
Gersepflaume, 451
Geuii (syn. of Gueii), 234 Ghiston, 451
Ghiston's Early (syn. of Ghiston), 451
Giant, 222
Giant Prune (syn. of Giant), 222
Gibb, Charles, var. orig. by, 395, 483
Gibson, 451
Gibson, W. L., var. orig. by, 451
Gideon, Peter M., var. orig. by, 470 Gifford, var. introduced by, 261
Gifford's Lafayette (syn. of Lafayette), 261
Gill, 451
Gillett (syn. of Miner), 281
Gisborne, 451
Gisborne's; Gisborne's Early; Gisborne'i Zwetsche (syns. of Gisborne), 451
Glaister, 452
Glanzende Gelbe Mirabelle (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Glass, 223
Glass, Alexander, var. orig. by, 224
Glass Seedling (syn. of Glass), 223
Glauzende gelbe Mirabelle (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Gloire de Louveciennes, 452
Gloire de New York (syn. of Hulings), 245
Gloire de Schoneberg (syn. of Belle de Schoneberg), 401
Gloire d'Epinay, 452
Gloria, 452
Gloucestershire Violet, 452
Glow, 452
Gluhende Kohle (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
G. No. 4, 452
G. No. 44 Jones (unpublished) (syn. of G. No. 4), 452
Gofr, 452
Goff, Emmett Stull, life of, 355356
Gold, 452
Gold (syn. of Golden), 224
Gold Coin, 453
Gold Colored, 453 Golden, 224Golden (syn. of Golden Prune), 453
Golden (syn. of Gold), 452
Golden Beauty, 226
Golden Cherry, 228 Golden Cherry Plum (syn. of Golden Cherry), 228
Golden Cluster, 453
Golden Drop, 228 Golden Drop; Golden Drop Plum; Golden Gage (syns. of Golden Drop), 228
Golden Esperen (syn. of Esperen), 20et Golden Esperen Plum (syn. of Esperen), 206
Golden Gage, 453
Golden Gage Lawson (syn. of Lawson), 482
Golden Gem, 453
Golden Prolific, 453
Golden Prune, 453
Golden Queen, 453
Golden Transparent, 453
Gold Pflaume; Goldfarbige Pflaume (syns. of Drap d'Or), 194
Goldsmith, 454
Goldsmith's Vienna (syn. of Goldsmith), 454Goldstoff (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Goldzeng (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194 Goliath (syn. of Goliath, 231; of Nectarine, 291) Goliath, 231
Gondin, 454
Gonne, 454
Gonne, Dr., var. orig. by, 454
Gonne* s Green Gage (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Gonne's Rothe Pflaume (syn. of Gonne), 454
Gonzales (syn. of Gonzales), 232 Gonzales, 232
Goose-Dye, 454 Goose-O, 454
Goose Plum, 59
Gordon, 454Gordon, J. K., var. orig. by, 410, 564
Gordon Castle, 454 Gordon No. 3 (syn. of Gordon), 454
Goring's Golden Gage (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Gorman, 454
Gorrie, Archibald, var. orig. by, 482
Gough, quoted, 164 Goutte d'Or, 228; Goutte d'Or de Coe, 229
(syns. of Golden Drop) Goutte d'Or Violette (syn. of Coe Violet), 420
Goutte Emeraude (syn. of Emerald Drop), 443
Govalle, 454
Grace, 454
Grace, W. R., var. orig. by, 454
Graf Althann's Reine-Claude; Graf Althan's Reine-Claude (syns. of Altham), 141
Graf Gustav von Egger (syn. of ComteGustave d'Egger), 422
Grand-Due (syn. of Grand Duke), 233 Grand Duke, 233
Grand Precoce, 454
Graugrüne Frühpflaume, 455
Gray, quoted, 99 Gray Damask, 455
Gray son, 455
Great Bearer, 455
Great Damask Violet of Tours (syn. of Gros Damas de Tours), 456
Great Date (syn. of Date), 428 Great Green Damask; Great Green Dam- aski (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Great Imperial Plum (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum) 325
Great Mogul (syn. ]f Yellow Egg), 386
Great Plum of Tours; Great Violet Damask de Tours; Great Violet Tours Damask (syns. of Gros Damas de Tours), 456
Great Queen Claudia (syn. of Reine Claude), 327Great Whitton (syn. of Wheat), 563
Greeley (syn. of Greely), 455 Greely, 455
Greely, Captain Eliphalet, var. orig. by, 455
Green Damask (syn. of Mirabelle), Greene, quoted, 77
Greenfield, 455
Greenfield, var. orig. by, 455
Green Gage (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Green Gage (syn. of Reine Claude Group), 27
Green Indian, 455
Green Italian, 455
Green Oysterly, 455 Green Perdrigon, 455
Green Pescod, 455
Green Spanish (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Gregoire, M., var. orig. by, 412
Grelck, John, var. orig. by, 455
Grelck, 455
Gridley, var. orig. by, 553
Griesa, A. H., var. orig. by, 512
Grimwood Early Orleans; Grimwood's Early Orleans (syns. of Early Orleans), 198
Groot, S. O, var. introduced by, 320
Gros Damas; Gros Damas de Tours; Gros Damas Violet de Tours (syns. of Gros Damas de Tours), 456
Gros Damas Blanc (syn. of Large White Damson), 480
Gros Damas de Tours (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Gros Damas de Tours, 456
Gros Damas Noir, 456
Gros Damas rouge tardif (syn. of Late Red Damask), 481
Gros Damas Vert (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Gros Luisante (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Gros Prune (syn. of Pond), 314
Gros Reine-Claude (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Gros Rouge de Septembre (syn. of Belle), 158
Gros Saint-Julien (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
Gros-Damas Blanc (syn. of Diel Grosse Weisse Damascene), 432
Grosse a secher de Knight (syn. of Large Green Drying), 479
Grosse Blaue Eier Pflaume (syn. of Blue Egg), 405
Grosse Blaue Zwetsche Von der Worms (syn. of Zwetsche Von der Worms), 572
Grosse Damascene von Tours (syn. of Gros Damas de Tours), 456
Grosse Datte (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Grosse De Cooper (syn. of Cooper), 423
'rosse Englische Pftaumen Zwetsche; Grosse Englische Zwetsche (syns. of Large English), 262
'rosse Frith Pflaume (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
'rosse Früh Zzvetsche (syn. of Hungarian, 246; of Italian Prune, 253; of Red Magnum Bonum, 325) 'rosse Gelbe Dattel Pflaume; Grosse Gelbe Dattel Zwetsche (syns. of Weisse Kaiserin), 563
'rosse Gelbe Eier Pflaume (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
j Grosse German Prune (syn. of German Prune), 219
Grosse Glanzende; Grosse Glanzende Alberts Pflaume; Grosse Glanzende Pflaume (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Grosse Grüne Pflaume (syn. of Isle- Verte), 470
Grosse Grüne Reine-Claude (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Grosse Hâtive de Rodt, 456
Grosse Hâtive de Rodt (syn. of Rodt Frtihe Grosse Pflaumenzwetsche), 533
Grosse Hauspflaume (syn. of German Prune), 219
Grosse Königin Claudiapflaume (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Grosse-Luisante (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Grosse Marange, 456
Grosse Maronke; Grosse Marouk; Grosse Marunke (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Grosse Mirabelle (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194 Grosse Mirabelle Drap d'Or (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Grosse noir de Montreuil; Grosse Noire hative (syns. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
"rosse Prune Blanche (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
etrosse Prune d'Agen (syn. of Pond), 314
'rosse prune d'Inde rouge (syn. of Indian), 468
Grosse Prunelle Nouvelle (syn. of New Large Bullace), 503
Grosse Quetsche De Dorell; Grosse Quetsche Nouvelle (syns. of Dorell), 434
Grosse Reine; Grosse Reine-Claude (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Grosse Reine-Claude Verte De B(* lepsch (syn. of Berlepsch), 402
Grosse Rosspauke, 456
'rosse Rote Feigen Pflaume (syn of Red Date), 322
Grosse rouge de Cooper (syn of Cooper), 423
Grosse Schwarze Kaiser Pflaumfe (syn. of Bradshaw), 166
Grosse Surpasse, 456Grosse u. Lange Frilh Zwetsche (syn. of Hungarian), 246
'rosse Ungarische Zwetsche (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Grosse Violette de Grugliasco, 456
Grosse Weisse Glanzende (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Grosse Zuckerzwetsche (syni of Large Sugar Prune), 480
Grosse Zwetsche (syn. of Large English), 262
Grossherzog's Pflaume (syn. of Grand Duke), 233
Groundacre (syn. of Gundaker Prune), 457
Wove House Purple (syn. of Fother- ingham), 212
Grüne Abrikose or Aprikose (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Grime Dattelzwetsche (syn. of Grune Dattel Zwetsche), 456

Grime Dattel Zwetsche, 456
Grüne Eierpflaume (syn. of Quetsche Verte D'ltalie), 525
Grüne Herzformige, 456
Grüne Inselpftaume (syn. of Isle-Verte), 470
Grüne Insel Pflaume (syn. of Grüne Dattel Zwetsche), 456
Grüne Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle Verte), 497
Grüne Reineclaude (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Grüne Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Verte D'ltalie), 525
Grüne Zwetsche Von Monrepos, 456 Grunliche Dattel Pflaume von Besongon (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Gueii, 234Gueii; Guii (syns. of Gueii), 234
Guilford No. 2, 456 Guimaraen, 457 Guinea Egg, 457
Gundaker, 457
Gundaker, Samuel E., var. orig. by, 457
Gundaker Prune, 457
Gus Erik (syn. of Nikitaer Blaue Früh- zwetsche), 504
Gute Grime (syn. of Heine Claude), 327
Gute Kathe (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Gutheries Taybank (syn. of Taybank), 55i Guthrie, Charles, var. orig. by, 23 6S 397, 457, 55i Guthrie Apricot, 457
Guthrie Green (syn. of Guthrie Late), 236 Guthrie Late, 236
Guthrie Russet, 457
Guthrie Topaz, 457 Guthrie's Apricot; Guthrie's Apricot Plum; Guthrie's Golden; Guthrie's New Apricot (syns. of Guthrie Apricot), 457
Guthrie's Aunt Ann (syn. of Aunt Ann), 397
Guthrie's Late Green; Guthrie's Minette (syns. of Guthrie Late), 236
Guthrie's Russet (syn. of Guthrie Russet), 457
Guthrie's Topaz (syn. of Guthrie Topaz), 457
Gwalsh, 457
Gweii (syn. of Gueii), 234

H


Haag, 458Haber Pflaume (syn. of Damson), 186
Hackl, Prof. Pater, var. orig. by, 217
Hackl Grosse Zwetsche, 458
Haferpflaume, 458
Hafer Schlehe (syn. of Damson), 186
Haferkrieche (syn. of Damas Rouge Hatif), 427
Haffner Herbstpflaume, 458
Haffner Königspflaume, 458 Hagaman, var. orig. by, 235
Hahnenhode (syn. of Nikitaer Hahnen- pflaume), 504
Hakluyt, quoted, 164
Haku Botan, 458
Hale, 236 Hale (syn. of Late Blood), 480
Hallenbeck, 458
Hallenbeck, Henry, var. orig. by, 458
Halcyon, 458
Hammer, 238
Hammond, quoted, 75
Hampton Court (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
Hancock, Thomas, var. orig. by, 457
Hand, 239
Hand, General, var. orig. by, 240
Hanford, 458 Hanford's Orleans (syn. of Hanford), 458
Hanska, 458
Hanson, 458
Hanson, N. E., quoted, 116, 117; var. orig. by, 417, 419, 444, 458, 468, 474, 489, 509, 539, 544, 561, 567, 571 Happiness, 458
Hardow, P. L., var. orig. by, 296
Hare, Thomas, var. orig. by, 209
Harlow, 458
Harlow, S. C, var. orig. by, 458
Harney, 459
Harper, 459Harper (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Harper's (syn. of Harper), 459 Harriet, 241, 459
Harris, 459
Harrison, 459 Harrison's Peach (syn. of Harrison), 459
Hart, 459
Hart, H., var. orig. by, 459
Hart Prune (syn. of Bradshaw), 166
Hart's De Soto (syn. of Hart), 459
Hartwick, 459
Hartwiss, 459
Hartwiss Gelbe Zwetsche; Hartwiss Yellow Prune (syns. of Hartwiss), 459
Harvest, 460
Harvest Gage (syn. of Yellow Gage), 388
Hathen's Red Gage (syn. of Altham), 141
Hetlive d'Augny (syn. of Grosse Marange), 456
Hâtive de Tours (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Hattan; Hattankin No. 2; Hattonkin; Hattonkin No. 2; Hattankio; Hat- tankio No. 2; Hattankio Oblong Hy tan-Kayo; Hytankio (syns. of Kerr), 259
Hattankin No. 1 (syn. of Georgeson), 218 Hattonkin (syn. of Georgeson), 218
Hattankio (syn. of Abundance), 136
Hattonkin No. 1 (syn. of Georgeson), 218Hattankio (syn. of Georgeson), 218
Hattankio (syn. of Abundance), 136 Hattankio (syn. of Kelsey), 258
Hattankio No. 1 (syn. of Georgeson), 218
Hattie, 460
Hauptmann Kirchhofs Pflaume (syn. of Capitaine Kirchhof), 414
Hauspflaume; Hauszwetsche (syns. of German Prune), 219
Hawkeye, 242
Hay den, E. L., var. orig. by, 441
Hayo-Simoni, 460
Hazard, 460
Hazelton, D. C, var. orig. by, 140
Heaton, 460
Hector, 460
Heep, 460
Heideman, C. W. H., var. orig. by, 294, 4i5
Heideman Sand Cherry (syn. of Compass), 182
Heikes, 460
Heine Superbe, 460
Helen, 460
Helen's Seedling (syn. of Helen), 460
Hendrick, 460 Hendrick's (syn. of Hendrick), 460
Henrietta Gage (syn. of HenriettaGage), 461 Henrietta Gage, 461
Henry Clay, 461
Herbst Kriecke, 461
Herbstpflaume, 461
Herbstpflaume (syn. of Prune d'Au- tomne), 520
Herbst Reine Claude (syn, of Autumn Gage), 398
Hereford Damson, 461
Herefordshire Prune, 461
Hernnpflaume (syn. of Orleans), 302
Heron, 461
Heroy, 461
^ Herren, 461
Herrnpflaume (syn. of Orleans), 302
Herrenhduser Blaue Eier Pflaume (syn. of Large Sugar Prune), 480
Herrnhauser Doppelte Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle Double de Herren- hausen), 497
Herzformige Pflaume, 461
Herzog von Orleans (syn. of Orleans), 302
Heupflaume, 461
Herr Pflaume (syn. of Frühe; Grüne Zwetsche), 448
Hiawatha, 461
Hick's large Egg? (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386Higginson, Francis, quoted, 20, 93
Highland, 461
Highlander, 462
Hilda No. 5, 462
Hillside, 462
Hilltop, 462
Hilman, 462
Hinckley, M. E., var. orig. by, 490, 5i5
Hinckley (syn. of Miner), 281
Hinkley, 462
Hlubeck Aprikosenpflaume, 462
Hoag's Seedling, 462
Hoffman, 462
Hoffman, Ernest, var. orig. by, 533
Hofinger Mirabelle, 462
Ho finger's Rote Mirabelle (syn. of Hofinger Mirabelle), 462
Hog, 462
Hogg, John A., quoted, 200, 260, 363, 364, 432; var. orig. by, 432
Hog Plum, 59
Hoheitspflaume (syn. of Imperatrice), 249
Hoheits Pflaume (syn. of Red Diaper], 323
HoHster (syn. of Hollister), 463
r Holister, var. orig. by, 463
Holland, 462, 463
Holland Plum; Holland Prune (syns. of Holland), 462
Hollister, 463
Holman, D. S., var. orig. by, 463
Holman Prune, 463
Holme, 463 Holmes Early Blue (syn. of Holme), 463
Holt, B. J., var. orig. by, 463
Holt, 463
Holton, Warren, var. orig. by, 442
Homestead, 463
Honey, 463 Honey Drop (syn. of Golden Beauty), 226
Honey Grove (syn. of Sanders), 538
Honey Julian, 463 Honsmonio (syn. of Berger, 160; of Satsuma, 337) Hon-smomo (syn. of Chabot), 172
Hoo Green Gage, 463
Hooker, quoted, 37
Hoosier, 463
Horemoritzer Reine Claude, 463
Horrigan, 463
Horse, 464
Horse Gage (syn. of Horse Jag), 464
Horse Jag, 464
Horse Plum, 59
Horse Plum (syn. of Horse), 464
Hosldns, 464
Hoskins, var. orig. by, 464
Houston County, 464
Hovey, C. M., quoted, 167, 229
How, Hall J., var. orig. by, 464
Howard, 464
Howard's Favorite (syn. of Howard), 464
Howe, 464
Howell. 465 HowelPs Early (syn. of Howell), 465
Howell's Large (syn. of Nectarine, 291; of Peach, 309) Hozvel's (syn. of Nectarine), 291
How Amber, 464
How's Amber (syn. of How Amber), 464Hoyo Smomo, 465
Hoyt, R. D., var. orig. by, 446
H. T. S. 84, 761, 465 Huankume, 465
Hudson, 243
Hudson, quoted, g3
Hudson; Hudson Gage; Hudson's gelbe Frilhpflaume (syns. of Hudson Gage), 465
Hudson Gage, 465
Hudson River Purple; Hudson River Purple Egg (syns. of Hudson), 243
Hughes, 465
Hughes Late (syn. of Tecumseh), 552
Hulings, 245
Huling's Reine Claude, Huling's Reine-Claudia (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Huling's Superb (syn. of Hulings), 245
Hungarian, 245
Hungarian (syn. of Pond), 314
Hungarian (syn. of Ungarish), 361
Hungarian Date (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Hungarian Musk Prune, 465
Hungarian No. 1, 465
Hungarian No. 2, 466
Hungarian Plum (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Hungarian Prune (syn. of Hungarian,246; of Pond, 314; of Ungarish, 361) Hungarica (syn. of Httngarian), 246
Hungary (syn. of Ungarish), 361
Hunn, 466
Hunt, 466Hunt, Henry, var. orig. by, 466
Hunt, R. A., var. orig. by, 491
Hunt De Soto, 466 Hunt's De Soto (syn. of Hunt De Soto), 466
Hyacinth; Hyacinthe Pflawne (syns. of Jacinthe), 471
Hytankayo (syn. of Abundance), 136
Hytankayo (syn. of Chabot), 172
Hytankayo (syn. of Red June), 324
Hy tan-Kayo (sjm. of Kerr), 259 Hytankio (syn. of Kerr), 259

I


Ickworth, 247 Ickworth Imperatrice (syn. of Ickworth), 247
Ida, 466
Ida Gage; Ida Green Gage (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Ida Green Gage, 466
Idal (syn. of Idall), 466 Idall, 466 Idol (syn. of Idall), 466
Ienua (syn. of Date), 428
Ilevert; lie Vert; He vert; Hie verte; Illvert (syns. of Isle-Verte), 470
Illinois Ironclad (syn. of Ironclad), 469
Illinois Plum (syn. of Langsdon), 479
Imperatrice, 248
Imperatrice (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Imperatrice; Imperatrice Blue; Imperatrice Violette (syns. of Imperatrice), 249
Imperatrice Blanche (syn. of White Imperatrice), 375
Imperatrice group, 33
Imperatrice Ickworth (syn. of Ickworth), 247
Imperatrice Jaune (syn. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569
Imperatrice Jckworth (syn. of Ickworth), 247
Imperatrice Violette (syn. of German Prune), 219
Imperatrice Violette Grosse (syn. of German Prune), 219
Imperial (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Imperial, 466
Imperial Blanc; Imperiale Blanche; (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Imperial de Sharp (syn. of Sharp, 340; of Victoria, 363) Imperial Diadem; Imperial Diademe (syns. of Red Diaper), 323
Imperial Jaune (syn. of Weisse Kaiserin), 563
Imperial Epineuse, 250 Imperial Epineux (syn. of Imperial Epineuse), 250
Imperial Gage, 251
Imperial Gage (syn. of Washington), 368
Imperial Gage; Imperial Green Gage (syns. of Imperial Gage), 251
Imperial jaune (syn. of Yellow Imperial), 569
Imperiall (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Imperial Ottoman, 467 Imperial Ottoman (syn. of Imperial Ottoman), 467
Imperial Purple, 467 Imperial Purple (syn. of Imperial Purple), 467
Imperial Rouge; Imperial Violet (syns. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Imperial Violet, 467
Imperial Washington, 467
Imperiale (syn. of Red Magnum. Bonum), 325
Imperiale Alexandrina, 466
Imperiale a Petit Fruit Violet (syn. o# Imperial Violet), 467
Imperiale Blanche (syn. of Quetsch, Dr. Letricourt, 524; of Yellow Egg, 386) Imperiale de Mann (syn. of Brandy Gage), 408
Imperiale de Milan, 467
Imperiale Ottomane (syn. of Imperial Ottoman), 467
Imperiale de Sharp (syn. of Sharp), 340
Imperiale de Turquie (syn. of Imperial Ottoman), 467
Imperiale Hâtive (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Imperiale jaune (syn. of Yellow Imperial), 569
Imperiale Rouge; Imperiale Violette (syns. of Red Magnum Bonum), 325
Imperiale Violette (syn. of Violet Imperial), 559
Imperiale Violette a feuilles panachees (syn. of Imperial Violet), 467
Improved French Prune, 467
Incomparable, 467
Incomparable de Lucombe (syn. of Lucombe), 271
Incomparable Prune (syn. of Incomparable), 467
Indian, 468
Indian Chief, 468
Indiana, 468 Indiana Red (syn. of Indiana), 468
Infertility, causes of, in plums, 110-112
Inkpa, 468
Inselpfiaume Grilne (syn. of Isle-Verte), 470
Iola, 468
Iona, 468
Iowa, 468
Iowa Beauty, 468
Irby, 468 Irby September (syn. of Irby), 468
Ireland, 469
Ireland Golden, 469
Ireland's Golden Gage (syn. of Ireland Golden), 469
Ireland's Seedling (syn. of Ireland), 469
Irene, 469

Iris, 469
Irish Horse Plum (syn. of Horse), 464
Ironclad, 469
Iroquois, 469
Irving's Bolmar or Bolmer (syns. of Washington, 368
Isaac, 469
Isabel (syn. of Miner), 281
Isabella, 469
Isle Vert; Isle Verte (syns. of Isle-Verte), 470 Isle-Verte, 469
Isleworth Green Gage (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Italian Damask, 470
Italian Damask (syn. of Morocco, 288; of Orleans, 302) Italian Guetsche (syn. of Italian Prune), 253Italianische blanc Zwetsche, blaue Zweische, Zwetsche; Italian Prune or Quetsche; Italienische Zwetsche (syns. of Italian Prune), 253
Italienische Damascene (Diel's), 470
Italienische Damascene (Liegel's), 470
Italienische Blaue Zwetsche or Pflaume n Zwetsche (syns. of Italian Prune), 253
Italian Prune, 252
Italienische Grüne Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Verte D'ltalie), 525
Itasca (syn. of Aitkin), 140
Itasca, 470 Itaska (syn. of Itasca), 470
Ithaca, 470
Ivason, 470
Ives, 470
Ives, J. M., var. orig. by, 470
Ives Damson (syn. of Ives), 470
Ive's Seedling (syn. of Ives), 470
Ive's Washington (syn. of Ives), 470 Ives' Washington Seedling (syn. of Ives), 470

J


Jacinthe (syn. of Jacinthe), 471 Jacinthe, 471
Jackson? (syn. of Rigny, 532; of Washington, 368) Jacob, 471
Jacobi Zwetsche (syn. of Large Sugar Prune), 480
Jahns Gelbe J erusalems-P flaume (syn. of Yellow Jerusalem), 569
Jahn's Jerusalems Pflaume (syn. of Yellow Jerusalem), 569
Jakobs Pflaume (syn. of Damson), 186
James Vick (syn. of Vick), 559
Jamin, var. orig. by, 187
Japan Blood Plum (syn. of Satsuma), 337
Japanese Plum Seedling, 471
Japanese Seedling X (syn. of Japex), 255
Japan Hybrid No. 3 (syn. of Ames), 144Japan No. 1, 471
Japan No. 3, 471
Japan Hybrid No. 2 (a), 471
Japan Hybrid No. 2 (b), 471
Japex, 255
Jap No. 4, 471
Jaspisartige Pflaume, 471
Jaune de Bleeker (syn. of Bleeker), 163
Jaune de Catalogue (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Jaiine de Jerusalem (syn. of Gelbe Jerusalempflaume), 450
Jaune de Monsieur (syn. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569
Jaune de Reizenstein (syn. of Reizenstein Yellow Prune), 531
Jaune d'Este, 471
Jaune Hâtive (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Jaune precoce (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Jaune Tardive, 471
Jaune Tres Hâtive Baboud, 471
Jackworth Imperatrice (syn. of Ickworth), 247
Jean d'Este (syn. of Jaune d'Este), 47i Jean Hâtive (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Jean Morceau, 472
Jean Morceau (syn. of Stoneless), 353
Jean White (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Jefferson, 255Jemmy Moore (syn. of Denbigh), 430
Jenkins, J. H. G., var. orig. by, 448
Jenkin's Imperial (syn. of Nectarine, 291; of Peach, 309) Jenkinson's Imperial (syn. of Imperial Gage, 251
Jennie Lucas, 472
Jerusalem, 472Jerusalem (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
Jerusalem Jaune (syn. of Yellow Jerusalem), 569
Jessie, 472
Jewell, 472
/ (syn. of Hale), 2^7
J. B. Rue (syn. of Rue), 536
J. H. Rue, 472
Jodoigne, 472
Jodoigne Green Gage (syn. of Jodoigne), 472
Joe Hooker, 473
Johannispflaume (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
John A, 473
Johnny Roe, 473
John's Gelbe J erusalems-P flaume (syn. of Yellow Jerusalem), 569
Johnson, Franklin, var. orig. by, 548
Johnson, J. E., var. orig. by, 362
Jones, 473Jones, Herbert A., var. orig. by, 452
Jones, Mrs. Owen, var. orig. by, 473
Jones Late, 473
Jordan, F., var. orig. by, 473
Jordan Seedling, 473 Josselyn, John, quoted, 20
J. Parks, 473
Judson, 473
Juicy, 257
Julia, 473
Julian, 473
Julien Gros a Feuilles Panachees, 473
Juli Reine-Claude; Julius Reine-Claude (syns. of July Green Gage), 474
July Fourth, 473
July Green Gage, 473
July Green Gage (syn. of July Green Gage), 474
Jumelles, 474
j Jumelles de Liegel, 474
Jumelles de Liegel (syn. of Jumelles de Liegel), 474
Kaga, 474
Kaiser Von Japan (syn. of Emperor ofJapan), 443
Kaiser Wilhelm, 474
Kalm, Peter, quoted, 20 Kampeska, 474 Kanawha, 474
Karl Koch's Königs Pflaume (syn. of Koch Königspflaume), 477
Kazan, 474
Keindl's Violette Königspflaume (syn. of Royale Violette de Keindl), 535
Keindt, 475
Keindt's Frühdamascene (syn. of Keindt), 475
Keindt's Violette Königspflaume (syn. of Royale Violette de Keindl), 535
Keith, 47s Keiser (syn. of Hulings), 245
Kelley, 475
Kelbalan, 475 Kelmyro, 475
Kelroba, 475
Kelsaw, 475
Kelsey, 258Kelsey No. 1 (syn. of Kelmyro), 475
Kelsey No. 2 (syn. of Kelroba), 475 Kelsey No. 3 (syn. of Kelbalan), 475
Kelsey Prune, 475Kelsey's Japan (syn. of Kelsey), 258
Kelso, 475
Kenellan, 475 Kennedy Red, 475
Kensington Prune (syn. of Holland), 462
Kent, 475
Kentish Bush (syn. of Kent), 476
Kentish Diamond (syn. of Diamond), 191
Kenyon, 476
Kerr, 259
Kerr, J. W., life of, 349350; quoted, 98, 115, 118, 171, 422, 495, 508; var. orig. by, 349, 418, 446, 492, 501, 559, 562
Kester Green Gage, 476
Kester's Green Gage (syn. of Kester Green Gage), 476
Kester's Yellow Gage (syn. of KesterYellow Gage), 476
Kester Yellow Gage, 476
Keyser, var. orig. by, 245 Keyset's Plum (syn. of Hulings), 245
Kibitzenei (syn. of Small ReineClaude), 347
Kicab, 476
Kickapoo, 476
Kieth (syn. of Keith), 475 Kilpatrick, E. W., var. orig. by, 485
King, 476
King Damson, 259 King of Damsons (syn. of King Damson), 259
King of Plums (syn. of Golden Drop,229; of Reine Claude, 327) King of Plums (syn. of King), 476 Kings Plum (syn. of Royal), 534
Kings Plum of Tours (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Kingston (syn. of Diamond), 191
Kingston, 476
Kirchhof's Pflaume (syn. of Capitaine Kirchhof), 414
Kirke, 260 Kir lie (syn. of Kirke), 260
Kirke's; Kirke's Pflaume; Kirke's Plum; Kirk's Plum (syns. of Kirke), 260
Kirke's Stoneless (syn. of Stoneless), 353
Kirschpflaume (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Kladrauer Pflaume (syn. of Large Sugar Prune), 480
Klein Weisse Damassencr Pflaume (syn. of Small White Damson), 544
Kleine Blaue Fruhzwetsche, 476
Kleine Blaue Julians Pflaume (syn. ofDamson, 186; of Saint Julien, 335) Kleine Brisette (syn. of Late Mirabelle), 263
Kleine Dauphine (syn. of Small Heine Claude), 347
Kleine Gelbe Eierpflaume, 476
Kleine gelbe Frith Pflaume (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Kleine Grüne Reine-Claude (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Kleine Kirschpflaume, 476
Kleine Kirschpflaume (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Kleine Kirsch Pflaume (syn. of Rote Mirabelle), 533
Kleine Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Kleine Reine-Claude (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Kleine Rosspauke, 476
Kleine Weisse Damascene (syn. of Small Reine Claude, 347; of Small White Damson, 544) Kleine Zucker Zwetsche (syn. of Petite Quetsche Sucree), 515
Kleinste Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Klondike, 477 Klondyke (syn. of Klondike), 477
Knevett's Late Orleans (syn. of Nelson), 503
Kniedsen's Peach (syn. of Knudson), 477Knight, var. orig. by, 248, 436, 479
Knight's Green Drying, Large Drying or Large Green Drying (syns. of Large Green Drying), 479 Knight's No. 6 (syn. of Ickworth), 247
Knudson, 477
Knudson, H., var. orig. by, 182, 422, 460, 462, 463, 477, 496
Knudson's Peach (syn. of Knudson), 477
Koa, 477 Koa's Imperial (syn. of Koa), 477
Kober, 477
Koch, quoted, 17, 18
Koch's Gelbe Spat Damascene (syn. ofKoch Spate Damascene), 477
Koch Königspflaume, 477
Koch Spate Damascene, 477
Koch's Spate Aprikosen; Koch's Spate Damascene (syns. of Koch Spate Damascene), 477
Koepher, 477
Koetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219, Kohlenkamp, 477
Kohlenkamp, W., var. orig. by, 477
Kohlen Kamp (syn. of Kohlenkamp) 477
Königin Claudia or Klaudia (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Königin der Mirabellen (syn. of Reine des Mirabelles), 530
Königin Mutter (syn. of Queen Mother), 522
Königin Victoria (syn. of Victoria) 363
Königin von Tours (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Königliche Grosse Pflaume; Königlich, Pflaume von Tours; Königs Pflaume; Königspflaume von Tours (syns. of Royal Tours), 332
Königspflaume (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
Königspflaume (syn. of Royal), 534
Königs Pflaume arts Paris; Königspflaume von Paris (syns. of Perdrigon Tardii), 515
Königspflaume Frithe (syn. of Royale Hâtive de Liegel), 535
Königs Pflaume von Maugerou (syn. of Maugeron), 492
Königspflaume von Trapp's (syn. of Trapps Königspflaume), 555
K'onig Zwetsche (syn. of Trauttenberg), 555
Kook, var. orig. by, 432
Kook's Gelbe Diapree; Kooks Neue Diapre (syn. of Diapree Nouvelle De Kook), 432
Kopp, 477
Korai, 478
K. P. 193
(syn. of Purple-leaved Hybrid), 521
Krasnaya osimaya (syn. of Red Winter), 529 Krasnaya Skorospielkaya (syn. ofEarly Red), 440
Kreger (syn. of Danish Damson), 428
Kreke (syn. of Damson), 186
Kreuters Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche de Kreuter), 523
Krieche (syn. of Damson), 186
Krieke (syn. of Gemeiner Gelbe Spilling), 45i Kroh, P. H., var. orig. by, 316
Kroh (syn. of Poole Pride), 315
Kroos-Pruim, 478
Krueger (syn. of Danish Damson), 428
Kruger's Seedling (syn. of Cruger Scarlet), 424
Kuchen Pflaume (syn. of Frankfort Peach), 447
Kume, 478

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La Bonne Deux Fois I'An (syn. of Venetianische Zweimal Tragende), 558
La BHcette (syn. of Late Mirabelle), 263
La Courbon (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
La Delicieuse (syn. of Cooper, 423; of Smith Orleans, 348) a Due (syn. of Le Due), 483
La Grosse Reine-Claude (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
, La Madeleine (syn. of Noire de Mon- treuil), 504
La Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
La Prairie, 479
La Prune Suisse (syn. of Suisse), 549
La Roche-Corbon (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
La Royal (syn. of Royal), 534
La Royale (syn. of Royal), 534 La Venitienne (syn. of VenetianischeZweimal Tragende), 558
La Victorine (syn. of Victoria), 363 Labert (syn. of Lambert), 478 Laberfs Red (syn. of Lambert), 478
Lachine, 478 Ladies' Plum (syn. of Damas Violet), 427
Lady, 478Lady Lucy (syn. of Cooper), 423
Lady Plum (syn. of Lady), 478 Lafay, M., var. orig. by, 360
Lafayette, 261
Laire, 262
Lakeside No. 1 et No. 2, 478
Lallinger Königspflaume, 478 Lambert, 478 Lambert's Red (syn. of Lambert), 478
Lammas, 478
Lancaster, 478
Lang, 478
Langdon, 478
Langdon, Reuben, var. orig. by, 478
Langdon (syn. of Langsdon), 479
Langdon's Seedling (syn. of Langdon), Langes Aprikosenpflaume (syn. of Abricotee de Lange), 391
Lange Violette Damascene, 479
Lange Violette Dattel Pflaume; Lange- Violette Dattel Zwetsche (syns. of Red Date), 322
Lange Violette Dattel Zwetsche (syn, of Hungarian), 246
Langley, quoted, 302
Langsdon, 479 Langliche Blaue Damascene? (syn. of Lange Violette Damascene), 479
Lannix, 479
Large Black Imperial? (syn. of Belle de Louvain, 400; of Bradshaw, 166) Large Early Black (syn. of Nectarine), 291
Large early black (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
Large Early Damson (syn. of Horse) 9
464
Large English, 262
Large English Damson, 479
Large German Prune (syn. of York State Prune), 571
Large German Prune (syn. of German Prune, 219: of Italian Prune, 253) Large Golden Prolific, 479 Large green claudia (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Large Green Drying, 479 Large Green Drying (syn. of Large Green Drying), 479
Large Holland (syn. of Holland), 462
,arge Late Red Damask (sj^n. of Late Red Damask), 481
arge Long Blue (syn. of Manning), 489
Large Orlean (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum, 326; of Smith Orleans, 348) Large Peach (syn. of Peach), 309 Large Peach Plum (syn. of Peach), 309
Large Purple (syn. of Smith Orleans), 348
Large Queen, 479
Large Queen Claude; Large Queen Claudia (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Large Red Orleans (syn. of Orleans), 302
Large Red Sweet (syn. of Plunk), 516
Large Saint Julien (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
Largest Damask of Tours (syn. of Gros Damas de Tours), 456
Large Sugar Prune, 480
Large Sweet Damson (syn. of Horse), 464
Large White Damask (syn. of Large White Damson), 480 Large White Damson, 480
Large Yellow Egg (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386Late Black Damson, 480
Late Black Orleans (syn. of Late Orleans), 265 Late Blood, 480
Late Bolmer, 480
Late Chalons, 480
Late Cluster (syn. of White Damson), 374
Late Conical, 480
Late Damask? (syn. of Late Black Damson), 480
Late Damson (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Late Diamond (syn. of Arch Duke), 148
Late Gage; Late Green Gage (syns. of Late Reine Claude), 481
Late Goose, 481
Late Green Gage (syn. of Late Reine Claude), 481
Late Klondike (syn. of Golden), 224
Late Klondike (syn. of Shiro), 342
Late Mirabelle, 263
Late Monsieur (syn. of Orleans), 302
Late Muscatel (syn. of Late Muscatelle), 264 Late Muscatelle, 264
Late Orange, 481
Late 'Orleans (syn. of Late Orleans), 265
Late Orleans, 265
Late Prolific, 481
Late Purple Damson (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Late Red Damask, 481
Late Red Damson (syn. of Late Red Damask), 481
Late Red Imperial (syn. of Imperatrice), 249Late Reine Claude 481
Late Rivers, 481
Late Rollingstone, 482
Late Transparent, 482
Late Transparent Gage (syn. of Late Transparent), 482
Late Violet (syn. of Imperatrice, 249; of Late Transparent, 482) Late White Damson (syn. of White Damson), 374
Late White Pear (syn. of White Pear), 564
Late Yellow Damson (syn. of White Damson), 374
Later Perdrigon (syn. of Perdrigon Tardif), 515
Latz German PruneSee German Prune, 220
Laubinger Sugar Prune, 482
Laubinger's Catharinen Pflaume (syn. of Laubinger Sugar Prune), 482 Laubinger's Zuckerzwetsche (syn. of Laubinger Sugar Prune), 482
Lauche, quoted, 221
, 254
Laura, 482
Lawrence, 266
Lawrence, L. V., var. orig. by, 182, 266, 465
Lawrence; Lawrence's Early; Lawrence's Früh Rote Pflaume (syns. ofLawrence Early), 482 Lawrence Early, 482
Lawrence Early (syn. of Belle), 158
Lawrence or Lawrence's Favorite; Lawrence Gage; Lawrence's Gage; Lawrences Reine Claude (syns. of Lawrence), 266
Lawson, 482
Lawson, John, quoted, 84, 93
Lawson's Golden (syn. of Lawson), 482 Lawson's Golden Gage (syn. of Law-son), 482
Le Czar (syn. of Czar), 184 Le Due, 483
Le Due Vermillion (syn. of Vermilion), 558
Le Prunier Tzaneron (syn. of Tzau- eron), 557
UEtendard De L'Angleterre (syn. of Standard), 548
Legal Tender, 483
Leib Sour, 483Leipsic (syn. of Merunka), 494
Leipzic (syn. of German Prune), 219 Leipzig (syn. of German Prune), 219
Leipzig Early Quetsche (syn. of Merunka), 494
Leipziger Zwetsche (syn. of German Prune), 219
Leonard, 483
Leopard, 483
Lepine, 483
Lepine, var. orig. by, 483
Lepine (syn. of Norbert), 505 Leptune, 483
Lerchenei (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Leroy, Andre, var. orig. by, 157
Letta, 483
Lewelling, Seth, var. orig. by, 453
Lewis, 483
Lewiston Egg, 484 Lewiston's Egg (syn. of Lewiston Egg), 484
Lex Plum, 484
Lieflander Gelbe Pflaume (syn. of Apricot), 148 Lieflandische Grüne Zwetsche (syn. of Jaspisartige Pflaume), 471
Lie gal's August Zwetsche (syn. of Au-\ gust Zwetsche) f 397
Liegel Rote Damascene, 484
Liegel Apricot, 484
Liegel, Dr., var. orig, by, 391, 399, 402, 403, 422, 477, 484, 493, 523, 526, 535, 555
Liegel Gage, 484
Liegel's Blaue Reine Claude (syn. of Blaue Reine Claude), 405
Liegels Frilhzwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Precoce Liegel), 525
Liegel's Marokko (syn. of Kaiser Wil- helm), 474
Liegel's Spanische Damascene (syn. of Spanish Damask), 546
Liegel's Zwillingspflaume (syn. ofJumelles de Liegel), 474
Liegel Unvergleichliche, 484
Lillian Augusta, 484
Lillie, 484
Lincoln, 266
Lindley, quoted, 229
Lindow'sche Fruhe Werder'sche Pflaume, 484
Lindsay, 484 Lindsay's Seedling (syn. of Lindsay), 484
Little, 485
Little Black Damask (syn. of Black Damask), 404
Little Blue Gage (syn. of Early Blue), 438
Little Date (syn. of Datilles), 428
Little Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Little Queen Claude or Claudia; Little Reine Claude (syns. 'of Small Reine Claude), 347
Little Seedling (syn. of Little), 485
Livingston Manor (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Livlandscher bierpflaume (syn. of Liv-land), 485
Li viand,- 485
Lizzie, 485
Lockey, 485
Lombard, 268 Lombard group, 33, 34
Lombard Plum (syn. of Lombard), 268 Lombard (syn. of Lombard), 268
Lombard (syn. of Red Gage), 527
London Plum or Plumb (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Lone Star, 485
Long Blue, 485
Long Damson (syn. of Shropshire), 344
Long Fruit, 270
Long Fruit (syn. of Red June), 324
Long Fruited (syn. of Long Fruit), 270Long Leaf Wonderful, 485
Long Red, 485
Long Scarlet, 485
Long Violet Damascene, 486
Long Violet Damask (syn. of Damas Violet), 427
Longworth, 486
Longworth, Nicholas, var. orig. by, 486
Lord, Orville Morell, life of, 331; var. orig. by, 331
, 482
Lot d'Ente, 486
Lot d'Ente (syn. of Agen), 138
Lotta (syn. of Lottie), 486
Lottie, 486
Louis, Simon, var. orig. by, 445
Louisa, 486
Louis Brun (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Louise-Brune, 486 Louise Brune (syn. of Louise-Brune), 486 Louisen's Braune Damascene (syn. of Louise-Brune), 486
Louisiana, 486
Louis Philipp or Philippe (syns. of Washington), 368
Louis Philippe (syn. of Nectarine), 291
Lovett, 486
Lovett Late, 487
Lovett's Late Long Red (syn. of Lovett Late), 487
Lowry, 487
Lowry's Gage (syn. of Lowry), 487
Lucas Frühzwetsche (syn. of Precoce de Lucas), 518
Lucas Königspflaume, 487
Luccombe's Nonesuch (syn. of Lucombe), 271 Lucombe, 271
Lucombe, var. orig. by, 271
Lucombe's Nonesuch (syn. of Lucombe), 271
Lucombe's Nonsuch (syn. of Lucombe), 271
Lucombe's Unvergleichliche (syn, of Lucombe), 271
Luedloff, 487
Luedloff, Charles, var. orig. by, 406, 469, 487, 503, 547
Luedlofr Green, 487
Luedloff Red, 487
Luedloff's Green (syn. of Luedloff Green), 487
Luedloff's Red (syn. of Luedloff Red), 487
Luedloff's Seedling (syn. of Luedloff), 487
Luizet, M., var. orig. by, 441
Lunn, 487
Luscomhe, 487 Luscombe's Seedling (syn. of Luscombe), 487
Lutts, 487
Lyon, 488
Lyon Apricot, 488

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Macedonia, 4S8
Mackland, 488
MacLanglin (syn. of McLaughlin), 276 MacLaughlin (syn. of McLaughlin), 276
Macomber, 488
Macomber, J. T., var. orig. by, 453
Macomber, L. M., var. orig. by, 180, 510, 520
Macomber No. 1 and No. 2, 488
Madame Henri Deschars, 488 Madame Nicolle, 488
Madam Leeds, 488
Madeleine, 488
Madeleine (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Madison (syn. of Denniston Superb), 43i Madison, 488
Magnum Bonum (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Maildndische Kaiserpflaume (syn. of Imperial e de Milan), 467
Mainzer Fruhzwetsche, 489
Maitre Claude (syn. of White Perdrigon), 375
Majestic Damson, 489
Mallard, 489Mamelon (syn. of Mamelonnee), 489
Mamelonnee (syn. of St. Etienne), 537 Mamelonnee, 489 Mamelon Sageret (syn. of Mamelonnee), 489
Mammola (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Mammoth July (syn. of Culberson), 425Manger on (syn. of Maugeron), 492
Manitoba, 489
Manitoba No. 1, 489 Manitoba Seedlings, 489
Mankato, 489
Manning, 489
Manning's Long Blue; Manning's Long Blue Prune; Manning's Prune (syns. of Manning), 489
Mann's Brandy Gage; Mann's Imperial (syns. of Brandy Gage), 408
Maquoketa, 271
Maraichere (syn. of Quetscfoe Marai- chere), 524
Marais des Cygne, 490
Marange, 490
Marble, 490 Marbled-Plum, 490 Marble Plum (syn. of Marbled-Plum), 490
Marcellus, 490
Marcus, 490
Mardy, 490
Margate, 490Marian (syn. of Early Royal), 201
Marianna, 27$ Marietta, 490 Marigan, 491
Marion, 491
Marjorie, 491
Marketman, 491
Market Plum (syn. of Golden Cherry), 228
Markle, E., var. orig. by, 177
Marmorierte Eierpflaume, 491
Marokko Pflaume (syn. of Morocco), 288
Marshall, quoted, 58, 83, 84
Marster, 491
Marster's (syn. of Marster), 491
Marten, 491 Marten's Seedling (syn. of Marten), 491
Maru, 275
Marunka (syn. of Merunka), 494
Mary, 491
Maryland, 491
Mas, 492
Mas, M., quoted, 497; var. orig. by, 443
Mason, 492
Mason, var. orig. by, 492
Massot (syn. of Oullins), 303 Matchless (syn. of Red Diaper, 323; of Violet Diaper, 365) Matchless, 492
Mathews, 492
Mathews, B. A., var. orig. by, 492
Matthews (syn. of Mathews), 492
Mauchete, 492
Maude Lacy, 492
Maugeron, 492
Maugeron; Maugeron Damask (syn. of Maugeron), 492 Maugiron (syn. of Maugeron), 492
Mayerboeck Zwetsche, 492
Mayerboeck's Rote Zwetsche (syn. of Mayerboeck Zwetsche), 492
Mayer Hellrote, 493
Mayer Königspflaume, 493
Mayers Braunrothe Königspflaume (syn. of Mayers Rothe Damascene), 493
Mayer's Hellrothe Damascene (syn. of Mayer Hellrote), 493
Mayers Rothe Damascene, 493
Mayers Rothe Damascene (syn. of Mayers Rothe Damascene), 493
Maynard, 275
McCance, M. E., var. orig. by. 378
McCartney, 493
McCauley's Seedling (syn. of Cambell), 414
McGillivray, 493
McLaughlin, 276
McLaughlin, James, var. orig. by, 277, McLaughlin's Gage Plum (syn. of McLaughlin), 276
McMahon, Bernard, quoted, 30, 38
McPherson, 493
McRea, 493
Mead, H. O., var. orig. by, 493
Meads, 493
Meads Seedling Plum (syn. of Meads), 493
Mediterranean, 493
Meigs, 493
Melon, 493
Melnicker Zwetsche, 493
Meneray, 494
Mereton, 494
Mereton's Egg (syn. of Mereton), 494
Meroldt, 494
Meroldt, Dr., var. orig. by, 494
Meroldt's Gelbe Reine-Claude; Meroldt's Golden Gage; Meroldt's Reineclaude(syn. of Meroldt), 494
Merryweather, 494
Merry weather, H., var. orig. by, 494
Merton's Egg (syn. of Mereton), 494
Merunka, 494
Merville d'Automne, 494
Meyer, 494
Miama, 494
Miami (syn. of Miama), 494
Michaelis Pflaume (syn. of September Damask), 542
Middleburg, 278 Middleburgh (syn. of Middleburg), 278
Mignonne, 495
Mikado (syn. of Georgeson), 218
Miles, 495
Miller (syn. of Improved French Prune), 467
Miller, 495
Miller, Colonel Charles, var. orig. by, 279Miller, David J., var. orig. by, 445, 495
Miller No. 1, 495 Miller No. 5, 495
Miller's Early (syn. of Silva Koning Claudie), 543
Miller Superb, 279
Millett, 495
Millett Early Red, 495
Millett's Early Red (syn. of Millett Early Red), 495
Millett, T. T., 495
Millett Very Early Red, 495
Millett's Very Early Red (syn. of Millett Very Early Red), 495
Millett's Wild Plum (syn. of Millett), 495
Mills, 496
Mills Seedling, 496
Milton, 280
Milton Gage, 496
Minims; Minims Pflaume; Mimms Plum (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Minco, 496
Miner, 281
Minette (syn. of Guthrie Late), 236
Minion, 496
Minner (syn. of Miner), 281
Minnesota, 496
Minnesota Seedling, 496
Minnesota (syn. of Rollingstone), 330
Minnetonka, 496
Minnie, 496
Minster-worth (syn. of Gloucestershire Violet), 452
Mirababelle; Mirabel; Mirabelle; Mirabelle abricotee, Blanche, de Metz, de Vienne, Jaune, Perle, Perlee, Petite, precoce, Simple, Verte (syns. of Mirabelle), 284
Mirabelle, 283
Mirabelle (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Mirabelle Abricotee (syn. of Apriko-senartige Mirabelle), 396
Mirabelle de Berthold (syn. of Early Mirabelle), 439
Mirabelle de Bohn, 496
Mirabelle de Bohn (syn. of Mirabelle de Bohn), 496
Mirabelle de Doerell (syn. of Dorell Aprikosenpflaume), 434
Mirabelle de Flotow, 497
Mirabelle de Metz (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Mirabelle de Nancy (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Mirabelle de Rangheri (syn. of Rangheri), 526
Mirabelle de Ronvaux, 497
Mirabelle d'Octobre (syn. of Late Mirabelle), 263Mirabelle Double, Double de Metz, Drap d'Or, Grosse, Grosse de Nancy, grosse double de Metz, la grosse, Perlee; Mirabellen (syns. of Drap d'Or), 194
Mirabelle Double de Herrenhausen, 497
Mirabelle Gloire de Louveciennes (syn. of Gloire de Louveciennes), 452
Mirabelle group, discussion of, 40, 41
Mirabelle Native de Rangheri (syn. of Rangheri), 526
Mirabelle La Plus Hâtive de Flotow (syn. of Mirabelle de Flotow), 497
Mirabelle Precoce (syn. of Early Mirabelle), 439
Mirabelle Precoce de Flaford, 497
Mirabelle Rangheri; Mirabelle Ran-gheris (syns. of Rangheri), 526
Mirabelle Rayee (syn. of Mirabelle de Bohn), 496
Mirabelle Rouge (syn. of Myrobalan,290; of Rote Mirabelle, 533) Mirabelle Tar dive (syn. of Late Mirabelle, 263; of Saint Catherine, 334) Mirabelle Tar dive Mme. H. Doschars (syn. of Madame Henri Deschars), 488
Mirabelle Vert Double (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Mirabelle Verte, 497
Mirabelle von Metz (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Mirabilon; Mirabolan; Mirabolane; Mirabolanenpflaume; Mirobalan (syns. of Myrobalan), 290
Miracle, 285Miriam (syn. of Early Royal), 201 Mirian (syn. of Early Royal), 201
Miser; Miser Plum (syns. of Myrobalan), 290
Mission Prune, 497 Mississippi, 497
Mississippi Red (syn. of Mississippi), 497
Missouri, 497
Missouri Apricot (syn. of Golden Beauty), 226
Missouri Green Gage, 498
Mistake, 498
Mitchelson, 498
Mite kelson; Mitchelson's (syns. 'of Mitchelson), 498
Mitchelson, var. orig. by, 498
Miviam; Mivian (syns. of Early Royal), 201
Mivian, 498
Mixed Arab (syn. of Early Red), 440
Mixed Arab (syn. of Black Arabka), 404
M. J. De Wolf, 498
M'Laughlin (syn. of McLaughlin), 276
Mogol Plum; Mogole Pflaume; Mogol; Mogul Plum; Mogul's Pflaume; Mo- gule; Mogule Plumb (syns. of Yellow Egg), .386
Mogul (syn. of Morocco), 288
Mogul Rouge (syn. of Red Magnum Bonura), 326
Moldavka (syn. of Blue Moldavka), 40S Moldavka (syn. of Voronesh), 365
Mollie, 498; Molly (syn. of Mollie), 498
Monarch, 286Monarque (syn. of Monarch), 286
Monolith, 498
Monon, 498 Monona, 498 Monroe, 287
Monroe Egg; Monroe Gage (syns. of Monroe), 287
Monsieur (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Monsieur a Fruit Vert, 498
Monsieur; Monsieur Ordinaire (syns. of Orleans), 302
Monsieur; Monsieur Hâtif; Monsieur Hâtif de Montmorency; Monsieur Hâtive (syns. of Early Orleans), 198
Monsieur; Monsieur's Plum (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Monsieur a Fruits Jaune; Monsieur a Fruits Jaunes (syns. of Yellow Im- peratrice), 569
Monsieur de Smith (syn. of Smith Orleans), 348
Monsieur Hatif de Foote (syn. of Foote), 446
Monsieur Jaune (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Monsieur Jaune (syn. of Yellow Im- peratrice), 569
Monsieur Noir Tardif (syn. of Late Orleans), 265
Monsieur Tardif (syn. of Suisse), 549
Monsieur tardif (syn. of German Prune), 219
Monsieur tardif de Knevett (syn. of Nelson), 503
Monsieur Tardive (syn. of Suisse), 549
Monstreuse de Bavay; Monsirueusc de Bavay (syns. of Bavay), 155
Monstrueuse d'Oullins (syn. of Oullins), 303
Mont Barbat d'Ente, 499
Montfort Pflaume (syn. of De Mont-fort), 430
Montgomery (syn. of Hand), 239
Montgomery, 499
Montgomery Prune (syn. of Lombard, 268; of Montgomery, 499) Montmorency, 499
Montreuil (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
Montreal No. 60 (syn. of Lunn), 487
Montreal, 499
Moon, 499 Moody, 499Mooney (syn. of Bradshaw), 166
Moore, A. T., var. orig. by, 151
Moore Early, 499 Moore's Early (syn. of Moore Early), 499
Mooreman (syn. of Moreman), 288
Moore's Arctic; Moore Arctic (syns. of Arctic), 150
Morel, M. F., var. orig. by, 517
Moreman, 288, 499 Moreman Cherry (syn. of Moreman), 499
Moreman Prune (syn. of Benson), 401
Moreman's Cherry (syn. of Aurora), 397
Morillen Pflaume (syn. of Apricot), 148
Morines, 499
Morin Hatif, 499
Morocco, 288 Morocco (syn. of Morocco), 288
Morocco (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Morocco Pflaume (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
Moroccopftaume (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Morocco Plumb (syn. of Morocco), 288
Morton, Thomas, quoted, 93
Moschatelle (syn. of Queen Mother), 522
Mottled Prune, 289
Mouchetee (syn. of Mauchete), 492
Mountain, 499
Mountain Plum, 500
Mount Royal, 500
Moyen, 500
Moye,i de Bourgogne (syn. of Moyen de Bourgoyne), 500 Moyen de Bourgoyne, 500
Moyer, 500
Moyeu de Bourgogne (syn. of Early Perdrigon), 439
Moyret, 500 Moyret's Gage; Moyret's Reine Claude (syns. of Moyret), 500
Mrs. Cleveland (syn. of Cleveland), 419
Mrs. Bleeker's Large Red (syn. of Bleeker Large Red), 405
Mrs. Clifford (syn. of Clifford), 419
Mudson, 500
Mulberry, 500
Muldraugh, 500 Muldraugh's-hill Plum (syn. of Muldraugh), 500
Mule, 500
Muncey (syn. of Muncy), 501
Munchenpflaume (syn. of September Damask), 542
Muncy, 501
Munson, 501
Munson, Thomas Volney, plum investigations of, 88, 89; var. orig. by, 402, 412, 496
Munson (syn. of Abundance), 136
Murdy, 501
Murray's Reine Claude or Claudia (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Muscadine (syn. of Myrobalan, 290; of Queen Mother, 522) Musk Damask (syn. of Musk Damson), 501 Musk Damson, 501 Musk'd Damask; Muskierte Damascene (syns. of Musk Damson), 501
Muskirte Gelbe Damascene (syn. of Damas Jaune Musque), 427
Muscat Free, 501
Musk Perdrigon, 502
Muscle, 501
Mussel (syn. of Scioto), 541 Mussel; Mussell; Mussell Plum (syns. of Muscle), 501
Mussey, 502
Musque de Malta (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
MusquSe de Besztercse (syn. of Hungarian Musk Prune), 465
Myrobalan; Myrobalane; Myrobolan; Myrobalans (syns. of Myrobalan), 290 Myrobalan, 290
Myrobalan Jaune (syn. of Gelbe Kirsch-pflaume), 450

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Nagate-Maru, 502
Nagate no Botankyo (syn. of Red June), 324
Nagats-Maru (syn. of Nagate-Maru), 502
Nagatus maru (syn. of Nagate-Maru), 502
Naples, 502
Native Red, 502
N. C. Seedling (syn. of North Carolina), 507
Nebraska, 502
Nebraska Seedling, 502
Nebraska Wander, 502
Nectarine, 291
Nectarine (syn. of Goliath, 231; of Nectarine, 291; of Peach, 309) Nectarine Plum (syn. of Nectarine) 291
Nectarine Rouge (syn. of Peach), 309
Neils, 502
Nellie, 502 Nellie Blanche, 503
Nelly (syn. of Nellie), 502
Nelson, 503
Nelson's Victory (syn. of Nelson), 503
Netie Weisse Kaiserin (syn. of White Queen), 564
Neu Orleans (syn. of Early Orleans), 199Never Fail, 503
New American, 503
New Apricot of Braunau (syn. of Lie-gel Apricot), 484
Newark, 291
New Early Orleans (syn. of Early Orleans), 198
New Goderich, 503
New Golden Drop (syn. of Golden Drop), 229
New Green Gage, 503
New Large Bullace, 503
New Large Bullace (syn. of New Large Bullace), 503
Newman, 292
New Orleans (syn. of Early Orleans), 199
Newton, 503
Newton Egg (syn. of Newtown Egg), 503
Newtown Egg, 503
New Transparent Gage (syn. of Early Transparent Gage), 440
New Ulm, 2
93
New Washington (syn. of Washington), 368
New Wine Sour, 504
New York Purple (syn. of Brevoort Purple), 408
Niagara (syn. of Bradshaw), 166
Nicholas, 2
95
Niemburg Egg; Nienburgcr Eierpflaume(syns. of Nienburger Egg Plum), 504 Nienburger Egg Plum, 504
Nikitaer Blaue Fruhzwetsche, 504
Nikitaer Dattelzwetsche, 504
Nikitaer Frtihe Königspflaume; Niki- taner Frühe; Königspflaume; Nikita's Frühe; Königs Pflaume (syns. of Early Royal of Nikita), 440
Nikitaer Hahnenpfiaume, 504 Nikitaner Hahnenkode (syn. of Nikitaer Hahnenpflaume), 504
Nikko, 504
Nimon, 504
Noble Precoce (syn. of Edle Early), 441
Noire Americaine, 504
Noire de Montreuil (syn. of Noire deMontr etui), 504 Noire de Montreuil, 504
Noire Hâtif (syn. of Morocco), 288
Noire Native (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Noisette, M., var. orig. by, 550
Nolan, 504
Nolen Plum (syn. of Wild Goose), 378
S Nolton Ungarische, 505
Nome, 505
Nona, 505
Nonesuch; Nonsuch (syns. of Lucombe), 271
Nonpareil (syn. of Incomparable), 467
Norbert, 505
Norbert; Norbert's Pflaume (syns. of Norbert), 505
Norby, 505Nor by, A., var. orig. by, 505
Norby No. 1, 505
Norby No. 11, 505 Norman, 505
Normand, Joseph L., life of, 506; var. orig. by, 451, 486, 506
Normand; Normand Japan; Normand's Japan; Normand Yellow (syns. of Georgeson), 218
Normande precoce (syn. of Early Normandy), 439
Normand No. 5 (syn. of Alabama), 392
Normand No. 15 (syn. of Louisiana), 486
Normand Perdrigon, 505
Normand No. 5, 506; No. 11, 506; No. 12, 506; No. 15, 506; No. 16, 506; No. 17, 506; No. 18, 507; No. 19, 507; No. 20, 507
Normand's Seedlings, 506
Normannischer Perdrigon; Norman Perdrigon (syns. of Normand Perdrigon), 505
North, 507
North, Professor, var. orig. by, 507
North Carolina, 507 North Carolina Seedling (syn. of North Carolina), 507
North's Seedling (syn. of North), 507
North Star, 507
Nota Bene, 507
Nota Bene de Corse (syn. of Nota Bene), 507
Nouvelle; Nouvelle De Dorrel; Nou- velle De Dorelle; Nouveau De Dor- relle (syns. of Dorell), 434
Nouvelle Goutte d'Or (syn. of Golden Drop), 229
November Gage, 507
Noyes, 507Noyes, Mrs., var. orig. by, 507
Noyes' Seedling (syn. of Noyes), 507 No. 3 (syn. of Early Red), 440
No. 11 (syn. of Norby No. 11), 505 et13 Riga (syn. of Merunka), 494
116
Riga (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
No. 31,288 (syn. of First), 446
Nurseries, commercial, early origin of, 323-325
* Nutmeg (syn. of Christian, 418; of Wheat, 563) Nutmeg, 508

O


Oakley Park Wild, 508
Oatey, 508
Oberdieck, quoted, 263, 433
Oberdieck Gestreifte Eierpflaume, 508
Oberdiecks Frühe; Aprikosenpfiaume (syn. of Early Apricot), 437
Oberholtzer, George U., var. orig. by, 416
Oberley, 508
Oberley's Greenwood (syn. of Oberley), 508
Occident, 295
Ocheda (syn. of Ocheeda), 296 Ocheeda, 296
October, 297, 508 October Gage (syn. of Frost Gage), 216
October Green Gage (syn. of Late Reine Claude), 481
October Mirabelle (syn. of Late Mirabelle), 263
October Purple (syn. of October), 297
Oddy, 508Oddy's (syn. of Oddy), 508
Odegaard (syn. of Odegard), 508 Odegard, 508 Odell, 508
Oeil de Boeuf; Oeuil-de-Boeuf (syns. of Jerusalem), 472
Oeuf Rouge (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Ogan (syn. of Ogon), 298 Ogden (syn. of Ogon), 298
Ogeechee, 508
Oglesby, 508
Ogon, 298 Ogon (syn. of Ogon), 298
O-Hatankyo; O-hattankio (syn. of Cha- bot), 172 Ohio, 509
Ohio Prolific (syn, of Ohio), 509
Okaw, 509
Oktoberpfiaume (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
Oku Botan, 509
Old Apricot (syn. of Apricot), 148
Old Gold, 509Old Hickory (syn. of Miner), 281
Old Orleans (syn. of Orleans), 302
Olive, 509
Ollie, 509
Olson, 509
Omaha, 509
Omega, 509
Onderdonk, Gilbert, life of, 392
; var. orig. by, 392, 421, 439, 472, 501 516
Onderka Damascene, 509
Onderka (syn. of Onderka Damascene), 509
Ontario, 509
Opata, 509
Orange, 300, 510
Orange; Orange Gage (syns. of Orange), 300
Orange Cherry, 510 Orange's Cherry Plum (syn. of Orange Cherry), 510
Orel 19; Orel No. 19 (syn. of Long Red), 485
Orel No. 20 (syn. of Long Blue), 485
Orel No. 21, 510
Oren, J. K., var. orig. by, 301
Oren, 300
Orenge, 510
Orient (syn. of Chabot), 172
Oriental, 510
Orillia, 510
Oriole (syn. of Abundance), 136
Orleans, 302
Orleans (syn. of Early Orleans), 199
Orleans; Orleans Red Damask (syns. of Orleans), 302
Orleans Late Black (syn. of Late Orleans), 265
Osage, s 10 Osage 48 (syn. of Osage), 510
Osterreichische Pflaume (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Oswego (syn. of Pond), 314
Ottoman; Ottomanische Kaiserpflaume (syns. of Imperial Ottomon), 467
Ottoman Seedling, 510
Ouillin's Gage, Golden, Golden Gage or Green Gage (syns. of Oullins), 303
Oullins, 303
Outremont, 510
Oval Blood (syn. of Occident), 295
Ovalrunde Spreckel Pflaume (syn. of Gisborne), 451
Overall, 510
Owatonna, 510
Owen, 511
Owen Sound Beauty (syn. of Owen), Oxford, 511
Oyama, 511

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Pacific, 305 Pacific; Pacific Prune (syns. of Pacific), 305
Paddock, Captain, var. orig. by, 511
Paddock Magnum Bonum, 511
Paine, 511
Paine, A. W., var. orig. by, 511
Paine's Seedling (syn. of Paine), Paisan Blanche, 511 Paisan Blanche et Double (syn. of Paisan Blanche), 511
Paisan Noire, 511
Palatine, 307
Palmer, 511
Pander, 511
Papeleu, 512
Pappaconi, 512
Paquet, 512
Paquet, C. G., var. orig. by, 513
Paragon (syn. of Chabot), 172
Pardee, S. D., var. orig. by, 395
Paris Belle (syn. of Texas Belle), 552
Park, 512
Parker, 512
Parker's Mammoth (syn. of Washington), 368
Parkinson, John, quoted, 28, 32, 373, 394, 421, 433, 441, 450, 455, 490, 509, 5io, 513, 543, 559
Parmentier (syn. of Golden Drop), 229
Parrott, 512
Parsonage, 512
Parsons (syn. of Miner), 281
Partridge, 512
Pasqua, 512
Paters on's (syn. of Gisborne), 451
Pathfinder, 512
Patten, A., 513
Patten, B., 513
Patten, C. G., var. orig. by, 513
Patten No. 40 (syn. of Apple), 396
Paul, J. M., var. orig. by, 308
Paul Early, 308 Paul's Earliest (syn. of Paul Early), 308
Paul Wolf (syn. of Bender), 401
P. biferum (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
P. Datnascena Armeniacea (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Peach (syn. of Knudson), 477
Peach (syn. of Nectarine, 291; of Peach, 309; of White Virginal, 565) Peach, 309
Peach Leaf, 513 Peachleaf (syn. of Peach Leaf), 513
Peach-leaved (syn. of Kanawha), 474
Peach Plum (syn. of Nectarine, 291; of Peach, 309) Peach Plum (syn. of Peach-plum), 513
Peach-plum, 513
Peake, 513
Pearl, 310, 513
Pear Plum, 513
Pearson, H. A., quoted, 340, 435
Peasant, 513
Peascod Plum (syn. of White Peascod), 564
Peche; Peche de Calvel (syns. of Nectarine, 291; of Peach, 309) Peerless, 513
Peffer, G. P., var. orig. by, 406, 467
Peffer's Premium (syn. of Premium), Pekin, 513
Pendent, 514
Penn, William, quoted, 20
Penning, 514
Penning, Martin, var. orig. by, 356, 507, 5i4
Penning Peach, 514
Penning's Free (syn. of Penning), 514
Pennock, 514
Pennock, C. E., var. orig. by, 514, 550
Pennock's Hybrid (syn. of Pennock), Penobscot, 514
Peoly Early Blue, 514
Perdigevena; Perdigon; Perdrigon; Perdrigon Violet or Violette (syns. of Blue Perdrigon), 164
Perdrigon Bariole (syn. of Bunter Perdrigon), 412
Perdrigon blanc (syn. of White Perdrigon), 375
Perdrigon de Brignole; Perdrigon de Brignole Gros (syns. of Brignole), 409
Perdrigon de Normandie (syn. of Normand Perdrigon), 505
Perdrigon des Alpes, 514
Perdrigon group, 31
, 32
Perdrigon Hâtif (syn. of Drap d'Or), 194
Perdrigon hatif or hative (syns. of Early Perdrigon), 439
Perdrigon Jaune (syn. of Drap d'Or), Perdrigon Normand (syn. of Normand Perdrigon), 506
Perdrigon of Cernay, 514
Perdrigon rouge (syn. of Red Perdrigon), 528
Perdrigon Tardif, 515
Perdrigon Violet (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Perdrigon Violet Hatif (syn. of Early Perdngon), 439
Perfection (syn. of Wickson), 376
Perry's Seedling (syn. of Oriental), 510
Pershore, 515
Pershore Yellow Egg (syn. of Pershore), 515
Per sing Nos. I, 2 (syn. of Burbank), 170
Peters, 312
Peter's Large Yellow; Peter's Yellow Gage; Peters' Yellow Gage; Peters Yellow Gage (syns. of Peters), 312
Peterson, var. orig. by, 143
Petit Bricette (syn. of Late Mirabelle), 263
Petit Damas Blanc (syn. of Small White Damson), 545
Petit Damas Rouge (syn. of Queen Mother), 522
Petit Damas Vert (syn. of Small Heine Claude), 347
Petit Drap d'Or (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Petite (syn. of Agen), 138
Petite Bricette (syn. of Saint Catherine, 334; of Late Mirabelle, 263) Petite d'Agen (syn. of Agen), 138
Petite Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Petite Prune or Prune d'Agen (syns. of Agen), 138
Petite Quetsche Sucree, 515
Petite Reine-Claude (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347Petit-Monsieur (syn. of Marange), 490
Petit prunallier (syn. of Sloe), 544
Petit et Saint Julien (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
Pfirschenpfiaume (syn. of Goliath), 231
Pflaume Mit dem Pfirsichblatt or mit dem Pfirschenblatt (syns. of Italian Prune), 253
Pflaume Ohne Steine (syn. of Stone-less), 353
Pflaume Von Gondin (syn. of Gondin), 454
Pflaume von St. Etienne (syn. of St. Etienne), 537Philippe I (syn. of Washington), 368
Phillips, Henry, quoted, 29 Phiolenartige Gelbe Zwetsche, 515
Pickett, var. orig. by, 329
Pickett's July (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Pigeon's Heart (syn. of Queen Mother), 522
Pilot, srs Pink Damson, 515
Pioneer Prune, 515
Piper, 515 Piper's Peach (syn. of Piper), 515
Piram, 516
Pissardi, 516
Pitch Plum (syn. of Moyen), 500
Pitless (syn. of Stoneless), 353
Plantz, 516
Plantz's Seedling (syn. of Plantz), 516
Platt, Judge, var. orig. by, 269
Platte Hellrothe Königspflaume (syn. of Procureur), 520
Plattman, J. H., var. orig. by, 411
Plattman's Bunker Hill (syn. of Bunker HiU), 411
Plattrunde Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Aplatie), 523
Pliny, quoted, 16, 17, 28, 36
Plumcot (syn. of Rutland Plumcot), 333
Plum crop, production of, in U. S. in 1899, 100
Plum culture, 100
Plum de I'Inde (syn. of Pond), 314
Plum growing, location of, in New York, 100
Plum of Louvain (syn. of Belle de Louvain), 400Plums, blooming dates and season of ripening of, 105-109; characteristics of, 6-9; conspectus of species of, 9n; cultivation of, 120-121; discussion of insects detrimental to, I3I~I35; diversity of kinds of, 46; hardiness of, 102104; harvesting and marketing of, 122-125; locations and soils for, 113, 114; minor diseases of, 129-131; pollination of, no; setting of trees of, 120; sexual affinities of varieties of, 112-113; subjection of, to diseases, 125; varieties of, grown in New York, 101
Plum Simon (syn. of Simon), 346
Plunk, 516
Podiebrader Pflaume (syn. of Red Perdrigon), 528
Poiteau, quoted, 428
Pomology, origin of, in America, 1826
Pomona, 516
Pomaria, 516
Pomeranzen Zwetsche (syn. of Orange), 300
Pond, 313
Pond, var. orig. by, 314
Pond Seedling; Pond's Purple; Pond's Samling; Pond's Seedling (syns. of Pond, 314
Pond Purple, 516 Pond's Purple (syn. of Pond Purple), 516
Pond's Seedling (syn. of Pond Purple), Pond's Seedling (English) (syn. of Pond), 314
Pontbriant, 517
Pontford, 517
Pontotoc, 517
Poole; Poole's Pride (syns. of Poole Pride), 315 Poole Pride. 315
Forsch Rote Zwetsctie, 517 Pottawattamie, ,%zfr Potter, 517
Poupart, 517 Poupart's (syn. oi Poupart), 5x7
Pourpree De Duane; Pourpre Duane (syns. of Duane), 106
Pourpree de Pond (syn. of Pond), 314 Pourpree Imperiale (syn. of Imperial Purple), 467
1 Powell Damson, 517
Prairie (syn. of Prairie Flower), 517 Prairie Flower, 517 Prairie Flower (syn. of Prairie Flower), Prairie Rose, 5*7
Pratt, D. U., var. orig. by, 396
Precoce (syn. of White Virginal), 565
Precoce Biondeck (syn. of Biondeck), 403
Precoce De Bergthold (syn. of EarlyMirabelle), 439
Precoce Defresne, 517
Precoce de Freudenberg, 517 Precoce de Freudenberg (syn. of Precoce de Freudenberg), 517
Precoce de Lucas, 518 Precoce de Lucas (syn. of Precoce de Lucas), 518
Precoce de Reutlinger, 518 Precoce de Reutlinger Prune (syn. of Precoce de Reutlinger), 518
Precoce de Rivers (syn. of Early Favorite), 438
Precoce de Tours (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Precoce Veritable (syn. of Wahre Fruhzwetsche), 560
Premium, 518
Preserver, 518
President, 518 President Courcelle (syn. of President Courcelles), 518 President Courcelles, 518
President Wilder (syn. of Wilder), 565
Presley, 519
Price, 519
Pride (syn. of Shipper), 341
Pride of Waterloo (syn. of Pond), 314
Pride of Waterloo? (syn. of Pride of Waterloo), 519 Pride of Waterloo, 519
Primate, 519
Primordian (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Prince (syn. of Gloucestershire Violet), 452
Prince, 519
Prince, William, life of, 389; quoted, 23, 24, 30, 38, 231, 310, 369, 417; var. orig. by, 252, 369, 389, 467, 519, 520, 527
Prince, William Robert, life of, 24; quoted, 31
Prince Albert? (syn. of Wales), 366
Prince De Galles (syn. of Wales), 366
Prince Engelbert; Prince Englebert (syns. -of Englebert), 204
Prince of Wales (syn. of Wales), 366
Prince's Blue Primordian (syn. of Prince Primordian), 520
Prince Early Damson, 519
Prince's Early Purple (syn. of Prince Early Damson), 519
Prince's Gage (syn. of Yellow Gage), 388
Prince's Gage (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Prince's Gelbe Reine-Claude (syn. of Yellow Gage), 388
Prince's Imperial Gage (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Prince's Kaiser Reine-Claude (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Prince Orange Egg, 519
Prince's Orange Egg (syn. of Prince Orange Egg), 519
Prince Orange Gage, 519
Prince Primordian, 520
Prince's Red Gage (syn. of Red Gage), 527
Prince's Rote Reine-Claude (syn. of Red Gage), 527
Prince's White Gage (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Prince's Yellow Gage (syn. of Yellow Gage), 388
Pringle, 520
Pringle Blue, 520
Pringle Purple, 520 Prinz Engelbert (syn. of Englebert), 204
Prinzens Kaiser Reine Claude (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Prinzens rothe Reineclaude (syn. of Red Gage), 527
Prinsessinpfiaume (syn. of Red Magnum Bonutn), 326
Prinzessin Pflaume (syn. of Imperatrice, 249; of Red Diaper, 323) Prinz Von Wales (syn. of Wales), 366 Prochaska, Herr, var. orig. by, 142
Procureur, 520
Prof. Budd (syn. of Budd), 410
Prof. Craig (syn. of Craig), 424
Prof. Goff (syn. of Goff), 452
Prof. Price (syn. of Price), 519
Prof. Wittmack, 520
Profuse, 520
Prolific (syn. of Crittenden, 184; of Hale, 237) Prolific Damson (syn. of Crittenden), 184
Prolifique Hâtive (syn. of Early Rivers), 200
Pronne bissioque (Roumanie) (syn. of Hungarian Musk Prune), 465
Provence Damask (syn. of Damas de Provence), 426
Provencer Königspfiaume (syn. of Damas de Provence), 426
Proving Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Pointue), 524
Pruine Damson? (syn. of Shropshire), 344Prunallier (syn. of Sloe), 544
Prune (syn. of Shropshire), 344 Prune- Abricot; Prune Abricote, Abricotee, Abricotee Blanche, Abricotee de Tours (syns. of Apricot), 148
Prune-Abricot de Rover (syn. of Royer Aprikosen Pflaume), 535
Prune Abricotee Rouge (syn. of Red Apricot), 321
Prune a Flairs Doubles or a fleurs semi-doubles (syns. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Prune Allemand (syn. of German Prune), 219
Pruneau, 520
Pruneau de Tours (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Pruneau Jaune de Reisenstein (syn. of Reizenstein Yellow Prune), 531
Prune Autumn Gage (syn. of Autumn Gage), 398
Pruneaux de Tours (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Prune Bleue de Belgique (syn. of Belgian Purple), 157
Prune bifere (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Prune Bud's Favorite (syn. of Buel), 411
Prune Celeste (syn. of Eisner Grüne Zwetsche), 442
Prune Cerise, Ceriset, Cerisette or Cerizette (syns. of Myrobalan), 290
Prune coeur de pigeon verd (syn. of Grüne Herzformige), 456
Prune Cordiforme (syn. of Herzformige Pflaume), 461
Prune d'Abricos (syn. of Red Apricot), 321
Prune d'Abricot (syn. of Nectarine), 291
Prune d'Abricot, d:'Abricot bigarree, Blanch, de France or Ordinaire (syns. of Apricot), 148
Prune d'Abricot rouge (syn. of Red Apricot), 321
Prune d'Agen (syn. of Agen), 138
Prune d'Agen Double, 520 Prune d' Allemagne; d'Allemagne la commune (syns. of German Prune), 219
Prune d'Altesse (syn. of German Prune, 219; of Suisse, 549) Prune de Altesse (syn. of Imperatrice), 249
Prune d'Altesse blanche (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Prune d'Altesse Blanche (syn. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569 Prune d' Amerique Rouge (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Prune d'Amour, 520
Prune Damas d'ltalie (syn, of Italian Damask), 470
Prune Damas de Provence (syn. of Damas de Provence), 426
Prune Damas de Septembre (syn. of September Damask), 542
Prune Damas D'Espagne (syn. of Spanish Damask), 546
Prune Dame Aubert or d'Aubert (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Prune Damson (syn. of Shropshire), 344 Prune d'Ante or d'Ast (syns. of Agen), 138
Prune Datte (syn. of Date, 428; of Red Date, 322
; of Weisse Kaiserin, 563)Prune-Datte (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Prune Datte Violette (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Prune Dauphine (syn. of Dauphine), 428
Prune d'Automne, 520
Prune d'Automne de Schamal; Prune d'Automne de Schamali (syns. of Schamal), 540
Prune d'Autriche (syn. of Date, 428; of Hungarian, 246; of Red Date, 322) Prune d'Avoine (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Prune de Bavay (syn. of Bavay), 155
Prune De Besancon (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Prune de Bordeaux (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
Prune de Bordeaux (syn. of Saint Antoine), 537
Prune de Bourgoyne (syn. of Burgundy Prune), 412
Prune De Brian con (syn. of Brianc.on, 409; of Red Diaper, 323) Prune de Brigantiaca (syn. of Brian-con), 409
Prune de Brignole (syn. of Brignole), 409
Prune de Brignole (syn. of Agen), 138
Prune Decaisne (syn. of DeCaisne), 187
Prune de Catalogue (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Prune de Cheval (syn. of Horse), 464
Prune de Chypre (syn. of Chypre, 418; of Musk Damson, 501
; of Red Diaper, 323) Prune de Coulommiers (syn. of Coulom- miers), 423
Prune de DSlices (syn. of De Delice), 429
Prune de Deux Saisons (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Prune de Double (syn. of Double), 435
Prune de Gaillon (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Prune de Gondin (syn. of Gondin), 454
Prune de Jerusalem (syn. of Gelbe Jerusalempflaume, 450; of Jerusalem, 472) Prune de Kirchhof (syn. of Capitaine Kirchhof), 414
Prune de Kirke (syn. of Kirke), 260
Prune de Laghouat, 520 Prune de la Gallissioniere (syn. of P. americana), 59
Prune de la Madeleine (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Prune de la St. Martin (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
Prune de Lepine (syn. of Norbert), 505
Prune de Louvain (syn. of Belle de Louvain), 400
Prune de Malte or de Malthe (syns. of Musk Damson), 501
Prune de Milan (syn. of Imperiale de Milan), 467
Prune de Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Prune de Monsieur (syn. of Early Tours, 202; of Orleans, 302; of Yellow Egg, 386) Prune de Monsieur Hatif or Hâtive (syns. of Early Orleans), 199
Prune de Monsieur Jaune or Variete Jaune (syns. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569
Prune de Monsieur Tar dive (syn. of Suisse), 549
Prune de Montfort (syn. of De Mont-fort), 430Prune d'Ente (syn. of Agen), 138
Prune d'Ente (syn. of Sergeant), 339 Prune d'Ente Imperiale, 521
Prune de Orange (syn. of Orange), 510
Prune de Paisan blanche and simple (syn. of Paisan Blanche), 511
Prune de Paisan Noire (syn. of Paisan Noire), 511
Prune de Pologne (syn. of Quetsche Dr. Letricourt), 524
Prune De Pontbriant (syn. of Pontbriant), 517
Prune de Prince (syn. of Norbert), 505
Prune de Prince (syn. of Prune de Seigneur), 521
Prune de Reine Claude (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Prune de Rudolphe, 521
Prune de Reizenstein (syn. of Reizen- stein Yellow Prune), 531
Prune de St. Barnabe (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Prune de Sainte Catherine (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Prune de St. Jean (syn. of Early St. John), 440
Prune de Saint-Jean (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
Prune de St. Jean (syn. of St. John), 537
Prune de Savoye (syn. of Isle-Verte), 470
Prune des Bejonnieres (syn. of Bejonnieres), 157
Prune Des Burettes (syn. of Burettes), 412
Prune de Seigneur, 521
Prune de Vacance (syn. of September Damask), 542
Prune de Virginie (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Prune de Wangenheim (syn. of Wangenheim), 368
Prune de Waterloo (syn. of Waterloo Pflaume), 561
Prune Diademe (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Prune Diaphane or Diaphane Laffay (syns. of Transparent), 360
Prune Diapree Blanche (syn. of Diapree Blanche), 432
Prune Diapree Rouge (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Prune d'Inde Blanc or Blanche, d'Oeuf, or d'Oeuf blanche (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Prune d'ltalie (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Prune d'oeuf or d'Oeuf Violette (syns. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Prune d'Oeuf Marbree (syn. of Mar- morierte Eierpflaume), 491
Prune d''Orleans (syn. of Orleans), 302
Prune du Roi (syn. of Agen, 138; of Early Orleans, 199) Prune Early Favorite (syn. of Early Favorite), 438
Prune Eugene Simon (syn. of Simon), 346
Prune-figue (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Prune Figue; Prune figue grosse rouge; (syns, of Red Date), 322
Prune Gonne (syn. of Gonne), 454 Prune Goutte d'Or De Coe (syn. of Golden Drop), 229
Prune Gros-Damas Violet (syn. of Damas Violet), 427
Prane Grosse Ouetsche Nouvelle (syn. of Dorell), 434
Prune group, history of, in America,30, 31; origin of, 30; specific characters of, 31; typical varieties of, 31
Prune Ileverte (syn. of Isle-Verte), 470
Prune Imperatrice (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Prune Imperatrice Blanche (syn. o: White Imperatrice), 375
Prune Imperatrice Violette (syn. of German Prune), 219
Prune Imperiale de Sharp (syn. of Sharp), 340
Prune Imperiale Violette (syn. of RedMagnum Bonum), 326
Prune Isabelle (syn. of Isabella), 469 Prune Jacinthe (syn. of Jacinthe), 471
Prune Kanawa (syn. of Kanawha), 47 Prune Kirke (syn. of Kirke), 260
Prune Lawrence's Gage (syn. of Lawrence), 266
Prunelicr (syn. of Sloe), 544
Prunelle (syn. of Orleans, 302; of Sloe: 544) Prune-making, growth of, 31
Prune Maraichere (syn. of Quetsche Maraichere), 524
Prune-Massot (syn. of Oullins), 303
Prune Monarque (syn. of Monarch), 286
Prune Monsieur (syn. of Orleans), 302
Prune Monsieur Jaune (syn. of Early Yellow, 203; of Yellow Imperatrice, 569) Prune nain (syn. of Zwergpflaume), Prune noire hative (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Prune nouvelle de Dorrel (syn. of Dorell), 434
Prune OEuf fsyn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Prune-oeuf (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Pruneola (syn. of Sloe), 544
Prune-Peche (syn. of White Perdrigon), 37+5
Prune Peche (syn. of Nectarine, 291; of Peach, 309) Prune-Peche (syn. of Goliath), 231
. Prune-Peche De Calvel (syn. of Peach), 309
Prune Perdrigon hatif (syn. of Early Perdrigon), 439
Prune Perdrigon Normand (syn. of Normand Perdrigon), 506
Prune Petit Damas Blanc (syn. of Small White Damson), 545
Prune Plum (syn. of German Prune), 219
Prune poire grosse violette (syn. of Pear Plum), 513
Prune de Pologne (syn. of QuetscheDr. Letricourt), 524
Prune Precoce? (syn. of White Virginal), 565
Prune Prince of Whales (syn. of Wales), 366
Prune qui fructifie deux fois Van (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Prune Quetsch (syn. of German Prune), 219
Prune Reine Blanche (syn. of White Queen), 564
Prune Reine-Claude Gabriel Combes (syn. of Gabriel Combes), 449
rune Reine Claude Violette (syn. of Purple Gage), 318
Prune Reine Victoria (syn. of Victoria), 363
Prune Rouge De Bleeker (syn. of Lombard), 268
Prune Royale (syn. of Royal), 534
Prune Royale de Tours (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Prunes, definition of, 30; process of making, 124126
Prune Sainte-Catherine or Sainte-Catherine Jaune (syns. of Saint Catherine), 334
Prune Sans-Noyau (syn. of Stoneless), 353
Prune Sauvage (syn. of Sloe), 544
Prune Semi-double (syn. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Prune Suisse (syn. of Italian Prune, 253; of Suisse, 549) Prune Violet de Jerusalem (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
Prune Violette D'Octobre (syn. of Saint Martin Quetsche), 538
Prune Virginale (syn. of White Virginal), 565
Prune Wangenheim Hâtive (syn. of Wangenheim) ] 368
Prune Washington Jaune (syn. of Washington), 368
Prune Zwetschen (syn. of German Prune), 219
Prunier a fleur semi-double (syn. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Prunier Allemand (syn. of German Prune), 219
Prunier bifere (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Prunier d'Agen (syn. of Agen), 138
Prunier Damas a, petit fruit blanc (syn. of Small White Damson), 545
Prunier Datte (syn. of Sergeant), 339
Prunier de Jerusalem (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
Prunier de Saint Martin (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
Prunier de Simon (syn. of Simon), 346
Prunier des Vacances (syn. of September Damask), 542
Prunier de Tillemond (syn. of Tille-mond), 554
Prunier de Virginie (syn. of P. ameri-cana), 59
Prunier epineux (syn. of Sloe), 544
Prunier Fleurissant et Poussant Deux Fois (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Prunier Myrobolan (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
'runier qui fructifie deux fois par Van (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Prunier Sainte-Catherine (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Prunier Saint-Julien (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
'runutn Pyrinum praecox (syn. of Early Pear), 439Prunus, differences between fruits of, 2, 3; genus, species included, 1; history of, 1, 2; horticultural value of, 4; variability of, 3, 4
Prunus acutifolia, 48alleghaniensis, characters of, 72, 73; comparison of, with P. americana, 73; habitat of, 73, 74; specific description of, 72-74Americana (syn. of P. hortulana), 64; (syn. of P. nigra), 69; adaptation of, to cross-pollination, 62, 63; characters of, 56, 57; history of, 5861; introduction of, into Europe, 59; natural habitat of, 57, 58; specific description of, 56-63; tree and fruit characters of, 61, 62
Americana lanata (syn. of P. americana mollis), 63
Americana Mollis, specific description of, 63, 64
Americana Nigra (syn. of P. nigra), 69
angustifolia, characters of, 82; original habitat of, 82, 83; specific description of, 8285 angustifolia varians, characters, 87, 88; specific description of, 87, 88
angustifolia watsoni, characters of, 85, 86; habitat of, 86; specific description of, 85-87
armeniaca dasycarpa, 48
bifera (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
bokhariensis, 50
Calvellana (syn. of Early Perdri-gon), 439
Catalana (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Catalanica (syn. of Catalana), 415
Catalonica (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Catelana (syn. of Early Yellow), 203cerasifera (syn. of Myrobalan), 290; characters of, .45, 46; early history of, 46, 47; specific description of, 4548; tree and fruit characters of, 47, 48
cerasifera atropur purea, 48
Cerasifera Atro pur purea (syn. of Pissardi), 516
Cerasifera fructu majore (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Cerasifera Fructu Minore (syn. of Kleine Kirschpflaume), 476
Cerasifera Zanthocarpa (syn. of Gelbe Kirschpflaume), 450
chicasa (syn. of P. angustifolia), 82
chicasa var. normalis (syn. of P. gracilis), 98
cocomilia, characters of, 44, 45; specific description of, 44, 45
cocomilia brutia, 45
cocomilia puberula, 45
cocomilia typica, 45
communis (syn. of P. insititia), 34; (syn. of P. triflora), 49
communis domestica (syn. of P. domestica), 12
contorta, 48
curdica, specific description of, 44
damascena dominicalis praecox (syn. of Early Orleans), 199
dasycarpa, 48
divaricata, 46, 47Prunus domestica (syn. of P. triflora), 49; characters of, 12; division of and how divided, 26; history of, in America, 18-26; origin of, 12-18; specific description of, 12-34
Domestica Cereola (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
domestica insititia (syn. of P. insititia), 34
Domestica Juliana (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
domestica myrobalan (syn. of P. cerasifera), 45
Domestica var. cereola (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Domestica var. Claudiana (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
elegans, 48
exigua, 13
fruticans, 43
gigantea, 48
gracilis, characters of, 98; natural habitat of, 98; specific description of, 98, 99
gravesii, comparison of, with P. maritima, 96, 97; characters of, 96; specific description of, 96, 97
hattan Tamari (syn. of P. triflora), 49
hispanica (syn. of Spanish Damask), 546hortulana (syn. of P. munsoni-ana), 88', characters of, 64, 65; groups of hybrids included in, 65, 66; habitat of, 66, 67; specific description of, 6468; value of, to American pomology, 67
hortulana mineri, specific description of, 68, 69
hortulana robusta, 232 hortulana robusta, discussion of group of, 67, 68
ichangana, 50
injucunda (syn. of P. umbellaia injucunda), 79insititia (syn. of Damson), 186; characters of, 34; comparison of, with P. domestica, 35, 36; discussion as to sub-species included in, 34, 35; groups included in, 39; habitat of, in the Old World, 37; history of, in America, 37-39; specific description of, 3442 insititia glaberrima, 36
Insititia var. (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
italica (syn. of Italian Damask), 470; (syn. of P. domestica), 12
japonica (syn. of P. triflora), 49
lanata (syn. of P. americana mollis), 63
littoralis (syn. of P. maritima), 92
lutea, 13; (syn. of Gemeiner Gelbe Spilling), 451
maritima, characters of, 92; habitat of, 93, 94; specific description of, 92-96; value of, 94, 95
mitts, characters of, 80; specific description of, 80, 81
Prunus mollis (syn. of P. nigra), 69
monticola, characters of, 49; specific description of, 49munsoniana, characters of, 88, 89; comparison of, with P. angustifolia, 90; habitat of, 90; horticultural value of, 91;
leading varieties of, 91, 92; specific description of, 8892 Myrobalan (syn. of P. cerasifera), 45
Myrobalana (syn. of Myrobalan), 290 Myrobolana (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
neusiriensis (syn. of Normand Perdrigon), 506
nigra, characters of, 69, 70; comparison of, with P. americana, 71, 72; habitat of, 70, 71; specific description of, 69-72 oeconomica (syn. of German Prune), 219; (s}rn. of P. domestica), 12 orthosepala, characters of, 97; specific description of, 97-98
oxycarpa, 13; (syn. of Bechstein Spitzpflaume), 400
pendula, 48
Pissardi (syn. of Pissardi), 516 Pissardii (syn. of Pissardi), 516
planteriensis, 48
pomarium, 36
provincialis (syn. of Damas de Provence), 426
pseudoarmeniaca, 45
pubescens (syn. of P. maritima), 92
rivularis, characters of, 99; specific description of, 99
rubella, 13
silvestris (syn. of Sloe), 544
Simoni (syn. of Simon), 346 Simonii (syn. of Simon), 346; characters of, 55; history of, 56; specific description of, 55, 56
Spinosa (syn. of Sloe), 544; characters of, 42; general discussion of, 43, 44; specific description of, 42-44
Spinosa coatanea, 42
Spinosa dasyphylla, 42
Spinosa flore-pleno, 42, 43
Spinosa, foliis lanceolatis (syn. of Sloe), 544
Spinosa macro car pa, 43
Spinosa praecox, 42
Spinosa purpurea, 43
spinosa sessiliflora, 42
spinosa typica, 42
subcordata, characters of, 74; habitat of, 74, 75; specific description of, 7477; typical form of, subcordata kelloggii, specific description of, 77, 78
subrotunda, 13
subsylvestris, 36
sylvestris, 13
syriaca, 36
tar da, characters of, 81; specific description of, 81, 82
thibetica, 50
Prunus triflora, botanical differences of53, 54; characters of, 49, 50; early history of, 50-52; introduction of, into America, 52; natural habitat of, 51; specific description of, 49-55; value of fruit of, 52, 53; variability of, 54, 55
umbellata, characters of, 78; habitat of, 79; specific description of, 78, 79
umbellata injucunda, characters of, 79, 80; specific description of, 79, 80
ursina, 45
ursina flava, 45
vinaria, 13
watsoni (syn. of P. angustifolia zvatsoni), 8$ Pseudo Mirabetle, 521
Purple Damson (syn. of Damson, 186; of Winter Damson, 567) Purple Diaper (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Purple Egg (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Purple Egg (syn. of Hudson), 243
Purple Egg (syn. of Duane; of Red Magnum Bonum, 326) Purple Favorite, 521 Purple Favourite (syn. of Purple Favorite), 521
Purple Flesh, 521
Purple Gage, 318 Purple-leaved Hybrid, 521
Purple-leaved Plum (syn. of Pissardi), 516
Purple Magnum Bonum (syn. of Duane, 196; of Red Magnum Bonum, 326; of Smith Orleans, 348) Purple Panhandle, 521
Purple winter Damson (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Purple Yosemite, 521
Pur pur Pflaume (syn. of Red Date), 322
Puymirol d'Ente, 522
P. violette americaine (syn. of American Violet), 394
Quackenbos (syn. of Quackenboss), 319 Quackenboss, 319
Quaker, 522
Quality, 522
Quastche (syn. of German Prune), 219
Quebec, 522
Queen, 522
Queen Claude or Claudia (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Queen Claude of Bavay (syn. of Bavay), 155
Queene Mother (syn. of Myrobalan, 290; of Queen Mother, 522
) Queen May, 522
Queen Mother (syn. of Queen Mother), 522 Queen Mother, 522
Queen of Arkansas, 523
Queen Victoria (syn. of Sharp, 340; of Victoria, 363) Quetsch; Quetsch Allemande (syns. of German Prune), 219 Quetsch Hongroise (syn. of German Prune), 219
Quetsch Longue (syn. of German Prune), 219
Quetsche (syn, of German Prune, 219;of Italian Prune, 253; of Korai, 478) Quetsche a feuille argentee, 523 Quetsche Aplatie, 523
Quetsche Bleue d'ltalie (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Quetsche Rognon de Coq (syn. of Rognon de Coq), 533
Quetsche Buhl-Eltershofen, 523
Quetsche Commune; Quetsche D'Alle- magne; Quetsche d'Allemagne Grosse (syns. of German Prune), 219
Quetsche Datte (syn. of Date, 428; of Hungarian, 246) Quetsche Datte des Allemands, 523
Quetsche Datte Violette (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Quetsche de Bazalicza (syn. of Bazalicza), 399
Quetsche de Breme (syn. of Austrian Quetsche), 397
Quetsche de Dobrowitz, 523
Quetsche de Dollan (syn, of Dollaner), 433
Quetsche De Dorelle; De Dorelle Nou- velle Grand; De Dorelle Nouvelle Grande (syns. of Dorell), 434
Quetsche de Doubrawie (syn. ofQuetsche de Dobrowitz), 523
Quetsche de Francfort (syn. of Frankfort Peach), 447
Quetsche de Hongrie (syn. of Date, 428; of Hungarian, 246; of Ungarish, 361) Quetsche de Kreuter, 523
Quetsche de Kreuter (syn. of Quetsche de Kreuter), 523
Quetsche de Letricourt (syn. of Quetsche Dr. Letricourt), 524 Quetsche de Leipzig (syn. of Merunka), 494
Quetsche de Lorraine, de Malogne, or de Metz (syns. of German Prune), 220Quetsche de Millot, 523
Quetsche de Province (syn. of Quetsche Pointue), 524
Quetsche De Ransleben, 523
Quetsche des Allemands (syn. of German Prune), 220
Quetsche de Transylvanie, 523
Quetsche de Transilvanie (syn. of Quetsche de Transylvanie), 523
Quetsche d'ltalie (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Quetsche Domestique (syn. of German Prune), 220
Quetsche Dr. Letricourt, 524
Quetsche Freestone, 524
Quetsche Grosse (syn. of German Prune), 220
Quetsche Grosse Blaue de la Worms (syn. of Zwetsche von der Worms), 572
Quetsche Grosse Nouvelle De Dorrel (syn. of Dorell), 434
Quetsche Hâtive, 524
Quetsche Hâtive de Liegel (syn. of Quetsche Precoce Liegel), 525
Quetsche Hongroise (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Quetsche Jaune (syn. of Quetsche Dn Letricourt), 524
Quetsche Jaune de Hartwiss (syn. of Hartwiss), 459
Quetsche Jaune de Reizenstein (syn. of Reizenstein Yellow Prune), 531
Quetsche Jaune PrecOce, 524
Quetsche Jaune Precoce (syn. of Quetsche Jaune Precoce), 524
Quetsche Jaune Tardive (syn. of Gelbe Spatzwetsche), 451
Quetsche Longue Precoce, 524
Quetsche Maraichere, 524
Quetsche musquee de Hongrie (syn. of Hungarian Musk Prune), 465
Quetsche-Peche de Francfort (syn. of Frankfort Peach), 447
Quetsche Pointue,. 524
Quetsche Precoce de Buhlerthal, 524
Quetsche Precoce De Frauendorf, 524 Quetsche Precoce de Biondeck (syn. of Biondeck), 403
Quetsche Precoce de Fürst (syn. of Fürst), 217
Quetsche Precoce de Fürst (syn. of Fürst Damson), 448
Quetsche Precoce Liegel, 525 Quetsche Precoce de Liegel (syn. of Quetsche Precoce Liegel), 525
Quetsche Precoce de Lucas (syn. of Precoce de Lucas), 518
Quetsche Precoce de Reutlingen (syn. of Reutlinger Frühzwetsche), 531
Quetsche Precoce De Schamal, 525
Quetsche Precoce d'Esslingen (syn. of Esslinger Frühzwetsche), 444
Quetsche Precoce de JVangenheim (syn. of Wangenheim), 368
Quetsche Ronde, 525
Quetsche Rouge de Schmidt (syn. of Schmidt Rote Zwetsche), 541
Quetsche- Suree (syn. of Large Sugar Prune), 480
Quetsche Turkish (syn. of Turkish Prune), 556
Quetsche Verte D'ltalie, 525
Quetschen (syn. of German Prune), 219
Quetzen (syn. of German Prune), 220
Quintinye, quoted, 455, 496, 500, 531
Quitique, 525
Rachel, 525
Rademakers, 525
Rademaker's Prune (syn. of Rademakers), 525
Raglan d, 525
Rainfall, effects of, 104
Rains (syn. of Kanawha), 474
Raisin, 525
Ramsey, F. T., var. orig. by, 525
Ramsey Last, 525
Ranette, 526
Rang (syn. of Lang), 478
Rangheri, 526RangherVs Aprikosen Pflaume; Rangheri's Frühe; Gelbe Mirabelle; Rangheri''s Frühe; Mirabelle; Rangheri's Gelbe Mirabelle; Rangheris Mirabelle; Rangheris Mirabelle (syns. of Rangheri), 526
Ranslebens Pflaume or Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche De Ransleben), 523
Rareripe, 526 Rare Ripe (syn. of Rareripe), 526
Ray, 526
Raymond, 526
Raynes, 526
Rea, John, quoted, 32, 407, 455
Reagan, 526
Reagles, C, quoted, 320; var. orig. by, 395, 526, 557
Reagles' Ancient City (syn. of Ancient City), 395
Reagles' Gage (syn. of Reagle Gage), 526
Reagle Gage, 526 Reagles' Union Purple (syn. of Union), 557
Rebecca, 526
Reche, 527
Red Apricot, 321
Red Apricot (syn. of Apricot), 148
Red Apricot; Red Apricot Plum (syns. of Red Apricot), 321
Red Aubert (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326 Red Bonurn Magnum (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Red Cloud, 527
Red Damask (syn. of Orleans), 302
Red Date, 322 Red Date-plum (syn. of Red Date), 322
Red Diaper, 322
Red Diaper; Red Diaper Plum; Red Egg Plum (syns. of Red Diaper), 323
Red Egg; Red Egg Plum (syns. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Red Fotheringham (syn. of Fotheringham), 212
Red Gage, 527Red Gage (syn. of Long Scarlet), 485
Red Gage (syn. of Red Gage), 527 Red Gage of Dutchess County, 527
Red Glass, 527
Red Glass Junior, 527 Red Gold (syn. of Gonzales), 232
Red Horse, 527
Redick, 527
Red Imperial (syn. of Imperatrice, 249; of Red Diaper, 323) Red Imperial (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Red June, 323
Red June (syn. of Red June), 324
Red Magdalene, 527
Red Magnum (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Red Magnum Bonum, 325
Red Magnum Bonum (syn. of Cooper, 423; of Imperatrice, 249; of Red Magnum Bonum, 326; of Smith Orleans, 348) Red Magnum Bonum (syn. of Duane), 196
Red May, 527
Red Mirabelle (syn. of Myrobalan), 290 Red Mirobalane (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Red Muscle; Red Mussell (syns. of Muscle), 501
Red Nagate (syn. of Berger, 160; of Chabot, 172; of Red June, 324) Red October, 528
Red Orleans (syn. of Early Orleans), 199
Red Orleans; Red Orleans Plum (syns. of Orleans), 302
Red Panhandle, 528
Red Pear, 528
Red Peascod, 528
Red Perdrigon, 528
Red Perdrigon (syn. of Red Perdrigon), 528Red Pescod (syn. of Red Peascod), 528
Red Plum, 59
Red Primordian, 528 Red Primordian (syn. of Red Primordian), 528
Red Prune, 529
Red Queen Mother (syn. of Queen Mother), 522
Red Saint Martin or St. Martin (syns.of Saint Martin), 336
Red Skin, 529
Red Violet, 529
Red Virginal, 529 Red Wheate (syn. of Wheat), 563
Red Winter, 529
Reed, 529
Reed, P. H., var. orig. by, 529
Reel, 529
Reeves., Samuel, var. orig. by, 228
Regina, 529
Regina nova; Reina Nova (syns. of Belle), 158 Reina Nova or Reine Nova (Berre) (syns. of Belle), 158
Reine Blanche; Reine Blanche de Galo- pin (syns. of White Queen), 564
Reine Claud; Reine-Claude (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Reine Claude, 326
Reine Claude (syn. of Bavay, 155; of Small Reine Claude, 347) Reine-Claude Abricotine, 529 Reine-Claude a Fleurs Semi-double or fieur semi-double (syns. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Reine-Claude Alex, Dumas (syn. of Purple Gage), 318
Reine-Claude Aloise (syn. of Alois Reine Claude), 393
Reine-Claude Althanfs (syn. of Alt-ham), 141
Reine-Claude Ancienne, Blanche, Blanche Grosse Espece, Blanche la Grosse (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Reine-Claude Azuree (syn. of Azure), 398
Reine-Claude Bavay Hâtive (syn. of July Green Gage), 474
Reine-Claude Blanche (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Reine-Claude Blanche de Boston (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Reine-Claude Blanche Petite Espece (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Reine-Claude Bleue (syn. of Blaue Reine Claude), 405
Reine-Claude Boddaeri (syn. of Bod- daert), 165
Reine-Claude Braunau (syn. of Abricotee de Braunau), 391
Reine-Claude Bryanston (syn. of Bryanston), 168
Reine-Claude Chauviere (syn. of Chau- viere), 417
Reine-Claude Comie Althan or d'Althan; Reine-Claude df Althan; Reine Claude d'Althann (syns. of Altham), 141
Reine Claude Coulon (syn. of Coulon Reine Claude), 423
Reine-Claude d'Alois (syn. of Alois Reine Claude), 393
Reine-Claude d'Angouleme (syn. of Angouleme), 395
Reine-Claude d'Automne (syn. of Autumn Gage), 398
Reine-Claude Davion (syn. of July Green Gage), 474
Reine Claude de Bavay (syn. of Bavay), 155
Reine-Claude de Bavay Hâtive (syn, of July Green Gage), 474
Reine-Claude De Berger (syn. of Peach), 309
Reine-Claude de Bleecker or de Bleeker (syns. of Bleeker), 163
Reine-Claude de Boddaert (syn. of Boddaert), 165
Reine-Claude de Brahy (syn. of Brahy), 408
Reine Claude de Brignais, 529
Reine-Claude de Brignais (syn. of Reine Claude de Brignais), 529
Reine-Claude de Chambourcy (syn. of Chambourcy), 174
Reine-Claude de Comte Hathen (syn. of Altham), 141
Reine Claude d'Ecully, 529
Reine-Claude de Flushings (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
Reine-Claude De Guigne (syn. of Transparent), 360 Reine-Claude d'Ecully (syn. of Ecully), 441
Reine-Claude de Jodoigne (syn. of Jodoigne), 472
Reine-Claude de Juillet (syn. of July Green Gage), 474
Reine-Claude de Lawrence (syn. of Lawrence), 266
Reine Claude de l'Echoisier, 530
Reine-Claude de Meroldt (syn. of Meroldt), 494
Reine Claude de Mezel, 530
Reine-Claude de Monroe (syn. cf Monroe), 287
Reine-Claude de Montmorency (syn. of Montmorency), 499
Reine Claude de Razaimbaut, 530 Reine-Claude de Razaimbaut (syn. ofReine Claude de Razaimbaut), 530
Reine Claude de Saint-Avertin, 530 Reine Claude Descarde, 530
Reine-Claude de Schuyler (syn. of Schuyler Gage), 541
Reine Claude de Vandenbrok, 530
Reine Claude de Wazon, 530
Reine-Claude de Webster (syn. of Webster Gage), 562
Reine-Claude de Woolston (syn. of Woolston), 567
Reine-Claude D'Henrietta (syn. of Henrietta Gage), 461
Reine-Claude d'Hudson (syn. of Hudson Gage), 465
Reine-Claude Diaphane (syn. of Transparent), 360
Reine-Claude Diaphane Hâtive (syn, of Early Transparent Gage), 440
Reine Claude d'Oberdieck, 530
Reine-Claude d'October; Reine-Claude d'Octobre (syns. of Late Rein[ Claude), 481
. Reine-Claude Dore; Reine Claude Doree Reineclaude d'oree (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Reine-Claude d'OulHns (syn. of Oullins) 303
Reine-Claude du Comte d'Althan or Hathem (syns. of Altham), 141
Reine-Claude Geante (syn. of Reisen- zwetsche), 531
Reine-Claude Grosse (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Seine Claude group, 27-29; origin of, 2729; character of, 29; leading varieties of, 29
Reine-Claude Hâtive (syn. of July Green Gage), 474
Heine Claude Hamaitre, 530
Reine-Claude Hâtive d'Avion (syn. of July Green Gage), 474 Reine-Claude Hâtive de Bavay (syn. of July Green Gage), 474
Reine-Claude ImpSriale or ImpSriale de Prince (syns. of Imperial Gage), 251
Reine-Claude Jaune De Dana (syn. of Dana Yellow Gage), 428 Heine-Claude Jaune De Prince (syn. of Yellow Gage), 388
Reine-Claude Latinois (syn. of Cham- bourcy), 174
Reine-Claude mit Halbgefullter Bhithe (syn. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Reine-Claude Monot (syn. of Bavay), 155
Reine-Claude Monstreuse de Bavey (syn. of Bavay), 155
Reine Claude Monstrueuse de Mezel, 530
Reine-Claude Moyret (syn. of Moyret), 500
Reine-Claudenartige Aprikosen Pflaume (syn. of Apricot), 148
Reine-Claude Noire de Woolston (syn. of Woolston), 567
Reine-Claude Petite or Petite Espece (syns. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Reine Claude PrScoce (syn. of Oullins), 303
Reine-Claude PrScoce de Razimbaud (syn. of Reine Claude de Razaim- baut), 530
Reine-Claude Rouge (syn. of Belle), 158
Heine-Claude Rouge Americaine (syn. of Red Gage), 527
Reine-Claude Rouge Comte Althan; Rouge de Hathen; rouge du comte Hethan; Rouge du Comte Hethan (syns. of Altham), 141
Reine-Claude Rouge de Prince (syn. of Red Gage), 527
Reine-Claude Rouge de Septembre (syn. of Belle), 158 Reine-Claude Rouge de Van Mons (syn. of Belle), 158
Reine-Claude Rouge of September; Reine-Claude Rouge Van Mons (syns. of Belle), 158
Reine Claude Sagot, 530
Reine-Claude Semi-Double (syn. Double Flowering Gage), 192
Reine-Claude tardive (syn. of Cham' bourcy), 174
Reine-Claude Tardive (syn. of Lat[ Reine Claude), 481
Reine-Claude Tardive de Chambourcy Reine-Claude Tardive Latinois (syns. of Chambourcy), 174
Reine Claude Transparent; Reine-Claude Transparente (syns. of Trans parent), 360
Reine-Claude Verde Perdrigon (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Reine-Claude Verte (syn. of Chambourcy, 174; of Reine Claude, 327) Reine-Claude Verte ImpSriale or Verte Superieure (syns. of Imperial Gage), 251
Reine-Claude Verte TiquetSe (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Reine-Claude Violette (syn. of Blaue Reine Claude, 403; of Purple Gage, 318) Reine-Claude von Bavays (syn. of Bavay), 155
Reine-Claude von Boddaert (syn. of Boddaert), 165
Reine Claude von Bollwiller, 530
Reine Claude Von Brahy (syn. of Brahy), 408
Reine-Claude von Jodoigne (syn. of Jodoigne), 472
Reine-Claude von Oullins (syn. of Oullins), 303
Reine-Claudia; Reine-Claudia Blanche La Grosse (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Reine de Chypre (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Reine des Mirabelles, 530
Reinette Claude d''Althan or ComtedfAlthan (syns. of Altham), 141
Reine Victoria, 531
Reine Victoria (syn. of Victoria), 363
Reisenzwetsche, 531
Reitsensteiner Gelbe Zwetsche (syn. of Gelbe Spatzwetsche, 451
; of Reizen- stein Yellow Prune, 531) Reizenstein Yellow Prune, 531 Reizenstein's Yellow Prune (syn. of Reizenstein Yellow Prune), 531
Rensleben, M., var. orig. by, 523
Rensselaar, Rensselaer or Rensselvar Gage (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Reutlinger Frühzwetsche, 531
Reutlinger Frühzwetsche (syn. of Reut linger Frühzwetsche), 531
Rex (syn. of Spanish King), 546 Rhinebeck Yellow Gage, 531
Rhodes, 531
Rhue, 531
Rhue's Seedling (syn. of Rhue), 531
Rice Seed (syn. of Gaviota), 450
Richard Trotter, 531
Richland, 531
Riga n, 532
Riga 11$ (syn. of Aubert), 397
Rigny, 532
Rising Sun, 532
Rivers, Francis, var. orig. by, 403
Rivers, Thomas, var. orig. by, 149, 153, 185, 200, 233, 241, 286, 406, 425, 438, 440, 453, 459, 461, 481, 482, 489, 518, 532, 549, 550
Rivers' Blue Prolific; Rivers' No. 4
(syns. of Blue Prolific), 406
Rivers' Blue Prolific; Rivers' Early; Rivers' Early No. 2; Rivers' Early Prolific or Early Prolific Plum, Rivers* Fruhe Fruchtbare; Rivers Fruhpflaume; Rivers* No, 2 (syns. of Early Rivers), 200
Rivers Early, 532 Rivers Early; Rivers Early Favorite; River's Early Favourite; River's Early No, 1; Rivers Fruhpflaume; Rivers Früh Pflaume; River's No. 1 (syns. of Early Favorite), 438
Rivers' Early Apricot (syn. of Early Transparent Gage), 440
Rivers* Early Damson (syn. of Rivers Early), 532
Fruhpflaume; Rivers' No. 2 (syns. of Rivers* Early Transparent Gage (syn. of Early Transparent Gage), 440
River's Late Prolific (syn. of Late Prolific), 481
Rivularis (syn. of Towakong), 554
Robe de Sargent or Sergent (syn. of Agen), 138
Robe de Sergeant or Sergent (syn. of Sergeant), 339
Robert, 532 Robert's Freestone (syn. of Robert), 532
Robinson (syn. of Miner), 281
Robinson, 329
Roby, H. R., var. orig. by, 532
Roby Yellow, 532
Roch-courbon; Roche-Carbon; Roche Corbon; Roche Courbon (syns. of Red Diaper), 323
Rockford, 532
Rocky Mountain, 532
Rocky Mountain Seedling (syn. of Rocky Mountain), 532
Rodney, 532 Rodney Gage (syn. of Rodney), 532
Rodt Blaue Zwetsche, 533 Rodt Fruhe Grosse Pflaumenzwetsche, 533
Rodfs Grosse Fruhe Pflaumen-Zwetsche (syn. of Kaiser Wilhelm), 474
Roe, William, var. orig. by, 398
Roe's Autumn; Roe's Autumn Gage (syns. of Autumn Gage), 398
Rognon D'Ane, 533
Rognon de Coq, 533
Rognon-de-Coq de Nikita (syn. ofNikitaer Hahnenpflaume), 504
Roi (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Roi-Claude (syn. of Oullins), 303
Roi d'Agen (syn. of Agen), 138
Rollande Galloppi, 533
Rollingstone, 330 tolling Stone (syn. of Rollingstone), 330
Ronald Fancy, 533
Rood (syn. of Empire), 203
Rood, Ezra, var. orig. by, 204
Ros-Pruim Double, 533
^os-pruim Double (syn. of Horse), 464
Moselle, 533
Rosinen Pflaume (syn. of Bechstein Spitzpflaume, 400; of Rote Zwetsche, 534) Ross, 533Ross, J. T., var. orig, by, 533
Ross Seedling (syn. of Ross), 533
Rossy Frühe; Zwetsche, 533
Rossy's Fruh Zwetsche (syn. of Rossy Frühe; Zwetsche), 533
Rostrave Bell, 533
Rote Aprikosenpflaume or Aprikosen- zwetsche (syns. of Red Apricot), 321
Rote Claude (syn. of Belle), 158
Rote Cy prise he Pflaume (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Rote Dattelzwetsche (syn. of Red Date), 322
Rote Diapree; Rote Eier Pflaume; Rote Marunke; Rote Masche; Rote Osterei; Rote Ross Pflaume; Rothe Diapre or Diapree; Rothe Eier- pftaume; Rothe Marunke; Rothe Susse Pflaume; Rothe Violen Pflaume; Rouge Corbon (syns. of Red Diaper), 323
Rote Eier Pflaume; Rote Kaiserpflaume; Rote Kaiser Zwetsche; Rothe Kaiser- pflaume; Rothe Kaiserzwetsche (syns. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Rote Feigen Pflaume (syn. of Red Date), 322
Rote Fruh Damascene (syn. of Damas Rouge Hatif), 427
Rote Herbst Zeiberl (syn. of Rotes Zeiberl), 533
Rote Jungfernpflaume (syn. of Red Virginal), 529
U.ote Kirschpflaume (syn. of Myro- balan), 290
Rote Mirabelle, 533
Rote Nectarine (syn. of Nectarine), 291
Rote Washington (syn. of Brevoort Purple), 408
Rote Zipper; Rote Zwetsche (syns. of Bechstein Spitzpflaume), 400
Rote Zwetsche, 534
Roter Perdrigon; Rother Perdrigon(syns. of Red Perdrigon), 528
Roter Spilling (syn. of Hofinger Mirabelle), 462
Rotes Taubenhers (syn. of Queen Mother), 522
Rotes Zeiberl, 533
Rothgefleckte Goldpflaume (syn. of Belle de Schoeneberg), 401
Rothe Aprikosenpflaume (syn. of Red Apricot), 321
Rothe Fruhdamascene (syn. of Damas Rouge Hatif), 427
Rothe Jungfernpflaume, 534
Rothe Königspfiaume (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Rothe Mirabelle (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Rothe Nectarine (syn. of Nectarine), 291
Rothe Nektarine (syn. of Peach), 309
Rotherham (syn. of Winesour), 566 Rotgefleckte Gold Pflaume (syn. of Belle de Schoeneberg), 401
Rouge Corbon (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Rouge de Bleecher (syn. of Lombard), 268
Rouge de Brevoort (syn. of Brevoort Purple), 408
Rouge de Denniston (syn. of Denniston Red), 431
Rouge de Liegel (syn. of Royale Hâtive de Liegel), 535
Rouge Hâtive (syn. of Red Primordian), 528
Rouge Hâtive de Nitka, 534
Rouge tardive de Coe (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
Rouge Tardive De Coe (syn. of Saint Martin Quetsche), 538
Roulette, 534
Round, 534
Round Black Damson (syn. of Damson), 186
Round Damson (syn. of Damson), 186
Round Leaf Wonderful, 534 Rousse De Guthrie (syn. of Guthrie Russet), 457Rowlett (syn. of Roulette), 534
Rowley, Jos., var. orig. by, 534 Rowley, 534
* Roxburgh, quoted, 51
Royal, 534
Royal (syn. of Climax, 178; of Royal, 534) Royal Bullace, 534
Royal Dauphin (syn. of Royal Dauphin), 534
Royal Dauphin, 534 Royal Dauphine (syn. of Sharp, 340; of Victoria, 363) Royal de Braunac, 535
Royal de Vihorde (syn. of Jodoigne), 472
Royale (syn. of Mayer Königspfiaume, 493; of Royal, 534; of Royal Tours, 332) Royale Dauphin (syn. of Royal Dauphin), 534
Royale de Behrens, 535
Royale de Behrens (syn. of Royale de Behrens), 535
Royale de Braunau (syn. of Buchner Königspflaume), 410
Royale de Haffner (syn. of Haffner Königspflaume), 458
Royale de Koch (syn. of Koch Königspflaume), 477
Royale de Lucas (syn. of Lucas Königspflaume), 487
Royale de Mayer (syn. of Mayer Königspflaume), 493
Royale de Paris Tardive (syn. of Perdrigon Tardif), 515
Royale de Siebenfreud, 535
Royale de Siebenfreund (syn. of Royale de Siebenfreud), 535
Royale de Tours (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Royale de Trapp (syn. of Trapps Königspflaume), 555
Royale du Dr. Koch (syn. of Koch Königspflaume), 477
Royale Hâtive (syn. of Early Royal), 201
Royale Hâtive or Hâtive de Liegel (syns. 'of Royale Hâtive de Liegel), 535 Royale Hâtive de Liegel, 535
Royal Hâtive de Nikita (syn. of EarlyRoyal of Nikita), 440
Royale tres-grosse (syn. of Royal), 534 Royale Violette de Keindl, 535 Royale Violette de Keindt (syn. of Royale Violette de Keindl), 535
Royal Green Gage (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Royal Hâtive (syn. of Early Royal), 201
Royale Hâtive de Nikita (syn. of Early Royal of Nikita), 440
Royal of Tours (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Royal Pea, 535
Royal Plumb; Royal Red (syns. of Royal), 534
Royal red Plum; Royal Tours (syns.of Royal Tours), 332 Royal Tours, 332
Royer Aprikosen Pflaume, 535 Ruben Burgunder Zwetsche, 535
Ruby, 535
Rudolph, 536
Rudolph's Pflaume (syn. of Prune de Rudolphe), 521
Rudolphspflaume (syn. of Rudolph), 536
Rue, 536
Rue, J. B., var. orig. by, 536
Ruff Choice, 536
Ruff Spanish, 536
Runde Brisette (syn. of Late Mirabelle), 263
Runde Rote Damascene (syn. of LiegelRote Damascene), 484
Runyon, O. R., var. orig. by, 359
Russian Mirabelle, 536
Russian No. 2, 536
Russian No. 3, 536
Russian plum 20
M. (syn. of Burbank), 170
Rutland Plumcot, 333
Sabel Pflaume (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Sada, 536
Saffold, 536
Sagetsuma (syn. of Sagetsuna), 536
Sagetsuna, 536
St. Anne, 537
Saint Antoine, 537
Saint Antonio, 537
Saint Aubert (syn. of St. Aubert), 537
St. Aubert, 537
Sainte Barnabe; St. Barnabee (syns. of Early Yellow), 203
Saint Catherine, 334
St. Catharine; Saint Catherine; Sainte Catherine; Sainte-Catherine; Sainte- Catherine jaune, ordinaire or de Tours; St. Katharine (syns. of Saint Catherine), 334
Sainte-Catherine (Belgien) (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Saint Clair; St. Claire; Saint Claire;Sainte-Claire (syns. of Bavay), 155 Saint Cloud (syn. of Goliath), 231
Saint Cyr (syn. of Morocco), 288
St. Etienne, 537
St. James, 537
St. James* Quetsche (syn. of St. James), 537
Saint-Jean (syn. of Noire de Montreuil), 504
Saint Jean (syn. of Early Tours), 202
St. Jean (syn. of Early St. John), 440
St. John, 537
St. Julian; St. Julien; Saint Julien; Saint Julien Petit (syns. of Saint Julien), 335 Saint Julien, 335
St. Julien group, discussion of, 41, 42
St. Lawrence, 537
Saint Loo (syn. of Valence), 557
Saint Martin, 336 Saint (or St.) Martin or Martin Rouge (syns. of Saint Martin), 336
Saint-Martin; Saint Martin's; Saint Martin's Quetsche (syns. of Saint Martin Quetsche), 538 Saint Martin Quetsche, 538
Saint Maurin; St. Maurin; Saint Mauriniana (syns. of Agen), 138
Saint Pierre, 538
St. Reme, 538
Sainte Therese, 537
Sandall, var. orig. by, 538
Sandall, 538 Sandall's Plum (syn. of Sandall), 538
Sanders, 538
Sanderson, 538
Sandle, 538
Sandoz, 538
Sand Plum, 538
Sanguine (syn. of Satsuma), 337
Sanht-Julians Pflaume (syn. of Damson), 186
Sankt-Michel's Pflaume (syn. of September Damask), 542
Sannois, 538 Sannois Quetsche (syn. of Sannois), 538
Sans Noyau (syn. of Stoneless), 353
Sans-Noyau (syn. of Stoneless), 353
Sansoto, 539
Santa Rosa, 539
Sapa, 539
Saratoga, 539
Sargent, quoted, 97
Saskatchewan, 539
Satin, 539
Satsugon, 539
Satsuland, 539
Satsuma, 337
Satsuma (syn. of Berger), 160
Satsuma Blood (syn. of Satsuma), 337
Sauere Weinpfiaume (syn. of Wine-sour), 566
Sauere Wein Pflaume Von Yorkshire (syn. of Winesour), 566
Saunders, 339 Sounders Seedling (syn. of Saunders), 339
Sauvageon, 539
Savoy (syn. of Isle-Verte), 470
Sayer Favorite, 540
Scaldatello (syn. of Scaudatella), 540
Scaldatone, 540
Scanarda, 540 Scanarda (syn. of Scanarda), 540
Scarlet Gage (syn. of Long Scarlet), 485
Scaudatella, 540
Schamal, 540Schamal, M., var. orig. by, 525, 540 Schamal (syn. of Schamal), 540 Schamals Frühzwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Precoce De Schamal), 525 Schamals Herbstpfiaume (syn. of Schamal), 540
Scheidweiler, M., var. orig. by, 205
Schenectady, $40 Schenectady Catharine, Catherine of Catherine Plum (syns. of Schenectady), 540
Schieblers Eier Pflaume, 540
Schiebler Luisante, 540 Schlachter Früh Zwetsche, 540
Schlehen Pflaume (syn. of Damson), 186
Schley, 540
Schley, Philip, var. orig. by, 425
Schley's Large Red (syn. of Schley), 54o Schmidt Rote Zwetsche, 541
Schneider, quoted, 44
Schoenthal, 541
Schone September Königspflaume (syn. of Belle), 158
Schone von Lowen (syn. of Belle de Louvain), 400
Schone von Riom, 541
Schone von Schoneberg (syn. of Belle de Schoeneberg), 401
Schuyler, General, var. orig. by, 541
Schuyler Gage, 541
Schuyler Gage (syn. of Schuyler Gage), S41 Schuyler or Schuyler's Gage (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Schwarse Mirabelle (syn. of Norbert), 505
Schwarse Muskateller Pflaume (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
Schwarse Reine-Claude (syn. of Blaue Reine Claude), 405
Schwarser Perdrigon (syn. of Nor- mand Perdrigon), 506
Schweizer Pflaume (syn. of Suisse), 549
Schweiser Zwetsche; Schweizerzwetsche (syns. of Italian Prune), 253
Schweizer Zwetsche (incor.) (syn. of Large English), 262
Scioto, 541
Scott et Co., var. orig. by, 211
Scribner, 541
Sea (syn. of Howell), 465
Sea-Egg, 541
Semiana, 541
Semiana (syn. of Suisse), 549
Semiana (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Semiana of Boston (syn. of Semiana), 54i Semi-double flowering Reine Claude (syn. of Double Flowering Gage), 192
Semina (syn. of Semiana), 541
Semis de Bury (syn. of Golden I^rop), 229
Semis de Dorr (syn. of Dorr Seedling), 434
Semis de Dry (syn. of Dry Seedling), 436
Semis de Pond (syn. of Pond), 314
Seper, 542 Seper's Peach (syn. of Seper), 542
September, 542
September Damascene (syn. of Perdrigon Tardif), 515
September Damascene, Damask or Dam" son (syns. of September Damask), 542 September Damask, 542
Serdali Irek (syn. of Gelbe Kirsch-pflaume), 450
Sergeant, 339
Shailer's White Damson (syn. of White Damson), 374
Shaker, 542
Sharp, 340
Sharp; Sharpens Emperor; Sharp's Em* peror; Sharps Kaiserpflaume (syns. of Sharp), 340
Sharp; Sharpe's Emperor; Sharpe's Emperor; Sharp's Kaiserpflaume (syns. of Victoria), 363
Shaw, 542
Shedd Cluster, 542
Sheen (syn. of Fotheringham), 212
Sheldon, 542
Sheldrake; 340
Shepherd Bullace, 542
Shepherd's White (syn. of Shepherd Bullace), 542
Shepler (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
S hep way Bulleis, 542
Shilling, 543
Shipper, 341, 543
Shipper (syn. of Marketman), 491
Shipper Pride; Shipper's Pride; Shippers' Pride (syns. of Shipper), 341
Shirata Bene, 543
Shiro, 342
Shiro Smomo (syn. of Berger, 160; of Ogon, 298; of Red June, 324) Shropshire, 344
Shropshire Damson (syn. of Shropshire), 344
Shviata Bene, 543
Siamese, 543
Sidone, 543
Siebenburger Pflaume, 543
Siebenburger Pflaume (syn. of Early Yellow), 203
Siebenburger Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche de Transylvanie), 523
Siebenfreud's Königspflaume; Sieben-freund's Königspflaume (syns. of Royale de Siebenfreud), 535
Sierra, 543
Sierra Crimson (syn. of Sierra), 543
Silassy, 543
Silas Wilson, 543
Silberblattrige Zwetsche (syn. of Quetsche a feuille argentee), 523
Silva Koning Claudie, 543
Silver Prune (syn. of Golden Drop), 229
Simiana (syn. of Semiana, 541
; of Suisse, 549) Simon, 345
Simon, Victor, var. orig. by, 551
Simon; Simon's Chinese Apricot Plumi Simon's Peach; Simon's Plum (syns. of Simon), 346
Simpson, 346
Simpson, W. B., var. orig, by, 414. Sinomo (syn. of Kelsey), 258
Sir Charles Worsley's (syn. of Royal), 534
Sirocco, 544
Sisson, 544
Sixby, 544
Six Weeks, 544
Skorospielka (syn. of Early), 437
Skuya, 544
Slee-Pruim (syn. of Sloe), 544 Sloe, 544
Sloe Plum, 59
Small, quoted, 80
Small Black Damask (syn. of Black Damask), 404 Smalt Damas (syn. of Black Damask), 404
Small Green Drying, 544
Small Green Gage (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Small Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Small Queen Claude (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Small Red Damask; Small Red Damson(syns. of Queen Mother), 522
Small Reine Claude, 347
Small Round Damson (syn. of Damson, 186; of White Damson, 374) Small White Damask (syn. of Small White Damson), 545
Small White Damson, 544
Smiley, 545
Smith, Captain John, quoted, 84, 93
Smith, var. orig. by, 348 Smith, 545Smith, A. M., var. orig. by, 545
Smith, C. A., var. orig. by, 545 Smith, E. F., quoted, 131
Smith, W. et T. Co., quoted, 118
Smith October, 545
Smith Orleans, 348
Smith Prolific, 545
Smith Prune (syn. of Diamond), 191
Smith Red, 545
Smith*s Herrn Pflaume; Smith's large Orleans; Smith's Orleans; Smith's Orleans Pflaume (syns. of Smith Orleans), 348
Smith's large October (syn. of Im- peratrice), 249Smith's Orleans (syn. of Cooper), 423
Smith's Prune (syn. of Diamond), 191
Smith's Prune (syn. of Kingston), 476
Smith's Red (syn. of Smith Red), 545
Snelling, 545
Snelling, W. H., var. orig. by, 546
Snooks (syn. of New Ulm), 293
Snyder, 546
Sophie, 349
Souris, 546 Sour Wine Plum of Yorkshire (syn. of Winesour), 566
South Cumberland, 546
Southern Beauty, 546
Southern Golden, 546
Souvenir de Madame Nicolle (syn. o: Madame Nicolle), 488
Spanish (syn. of Spanish King), 546
Spanish Damascene; Spanish Damask Spanish Red Damask (syns. [ Spanish Damask), 546
Spanish Damask, 546
Spanish King, 546
Spanish King (syn. of Lombard), 268
[pate Dattel Pflaume (syn. of Hungarian), 246
:pdte Herrn Pflaume; Spate Königs Pflaume; Spate Königs Pflaume aus Paris; Sp'dter Perdrigon (syns. of Perdrigon Tardif), 515
'pate Mirabelle (syn. of Late Mirabelle, 263; of Saint Catherine, 334) pate Muskateller; Spate Muskateller-pflaume (syns. of Late Muscatelle), 264
etpate Muskateller Pflaume (syn. of Tardive Musquee), 551
'pate Schwarze Damascene (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
ipate von Chalons (syn. of Late Chalons 480
pate Zwetsche Von Karlstadt, 546
path, M., var. orig. by, 395
Ipaulding, 350
peckled Gage, 546
peer, 547
Spelge (syn. of Gemeiner Gelbe Spilling), 451
picer, 547
'pilge (syn. of Gemeiner Gelbe Spilling), 451
Ipilling Jaune-double, 547
ipilling Jaune-simple (syn. of White Wheat), 565
*pindel Pflaume (syn. 'of Gemeiner Gelbe Spilling), 451
ipitszwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Pointue), 524
Spitsige Rote Pflaume; Spitz Pflaume (syns. of Rote Zwetsche), 534
'pitzige Rote Pflaume (syn. of Bech-stein Spitzpflaume), 400
'pits Pflaume (syn. of Bechstein Spitzpflaume), 400
ipitzzwetsche (syn. of Quetsche Pointue), 524
Splendid, 547
Splendor, 547
Spotted Gage, 547
Springer, 547
Stabeler Seedling, 547
Stambul Erik oder Irek (syn. of Myro-balan), 290
Standard, 548 Standard of England (syn. of Standard), 548
Stanton, 352 Stanton's Seedling (syn. of Stanton). 352
Stark Brothers, quoted, 116, 213
Stark Green Gage, 548
Starnes, H. N., quoted, 131, 376
Steer's Emperor; Steers' Emperor (syns. of Goliath), 231
Steinlose Zwetsche (syn. of Stoneless) 353
Steinman, 548
Steinman, C, var. orig. by, 548
Stella, 548
Stengel Pflaume (syn. of Werder'sc.he Fruhzwetsche), 563
Stephens, John D., var. orig. by, 533
Steptoe, 548
Sterling, 548
Stickney, 548
Stint, 548 Stintpflaume (syn. of Stint), 548
tocks, varieties of, 114120
toddard, 352 toddart (syn. of Stoddard), 352
toneless, 353
toneless (syn. of Stoneless), 353
tonewood, 549
tout, var. orig. by, 549
tout, 549
trachey, quoted, 84
itrawberry, 549'trawberry (syn. of Berger), 160
triped-leaved, 549
itrong, William, var. orig. by, 512
tumpe (syn. of Howe), 464
itumpe, Mrs., var. orig. by, 465
Stumpy (syn. of Howe), 464
Sucker State, 549
hicree de Trauttenberg, or Sucree-Douce De Trauttenberg (syns. of Trauttenberg), 555
Setucrin Vert (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
iugar, 354
iugar Prune (syn. of Sugar), 354
htisina Grossella Piccola (syn. of Musk Damson), 501
iuisse, 549
ultan, 549
Sultan (syn. of Occident), 295
ultaneck Erick, 549
'ultaneck Erik (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Summer Damson (syn. of Damas d'Ete), 426
iunrise, 549, 550
unset, 550
kiperbe de Denniston (syn. of Den- niston Superb), 431
Superbe de Huling (syn. of Hulings), 245
Superior Gage; Superiour or Superior Green Gage (syns. of of Imperial Gage), 251
Superior Gage; Superior Green Gage (syns. of Washington), 368
Supreme (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Surpasse Monsieur, #50 Surprise, 355
Susina Di Santa Caterina (syn. of Saint Catherine), 334
Susina Massina Piccola (syn. of Apricot), 148
Susina Regina (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Susina Settembrica Quialla (syn. of Reizenstein Yellow Prune), 531
Susina Torla d'Nova di Borgogna (incor.) (syn. of Burgundy Prune), 412
Susina or Susino Vecchietti (syns. of Catelano Violaceo), 416
Susina Verdachia Longa (syn. of Grune Dattel Zwetsche), 456
Susino Catalano (syn. of Catalano), 413
Susino Damaschino Settembrino (syn. of Damaschino Settembrino), 426
Susino Scaudatella (syn. of Scauda*tella), 540
Suwanee (syn. of Wild Goose), 378
Svedske Tidlig Leipziger, 550
Svedske Ungersk, 550
;.et Swan, 550
Swan (syn. of Swan Golden), 550
Swan Golden, 550 Swan's Yellow (syn. of Swan Golden), 550
Sweet Botan (syn. of Abundance, 136; of Berckmans, 159) Sweet Damson, 550
Sweet Damson (syn. of Fürst Damson, 448; of Horse, 464) , Sweet Prune (syn. of German Prune), 220
Swift, 550
Swiss or Switser's Plum (syns. of Suisse), 549
Swiss Prune (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Syrische Pflaume (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Szillassy Piros, 550

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Tabor, G. L., var. orig. by, 207
Tante Anne (syn. of Aunt Ann), 397
Tardif or Tardive de Chalons (syns. of Late Chalons), 480
Tardive de Chambourcy (syn. of Chambourcy), 174
Tardive de Corny, 551
Tardive de Fourqueux, 551
Tardive de Genes, 551
Tardive de Rivers (syn. of Late Rivers), 481
Tardive Musqu6e, 551
Tarleton, 551
Tatge, 551
Tawny, 551
Taybank, 551
Tchernaya Arabskaya (syn. of Black Arabka), 404
Tchernaya vengerskaya (syn. of Black Prune), 404
Tecumseh, 552
Temperature, phases of, 102
Temple, 552
Tenant or Tennant Prune (syns. of Tennant), 357 Tennant, 357
Tennant, Rev. John, var. orig. by, 357
Tenneha, 552
Tennessee, 552 Tennessee Plum (syn. of Tennessee), 552
Terrell, 552
Terry, 552
Terry, H. A., life of, 242; var. orig. by, 193, 23a, 242, 280, 391, 393, 402, 406, 408, 410, 415, 416, 419, 421, 422, 424, 425, 429, 431, 432, 434, 435, 441, 443, 444, 447, 448, 451, 453, 462, 469, 471, 472, 473, 483, 484, 485, 486, 490, 491, 492, 494, 503, 509, 513, 518, 519, 522, 529, 536, 542, 543, 552, 558, 559, 561, 562, 564, 566, 568
Terry De Soto, 552
Terry's Desota (syn. of Terry De Soto), 552
Teutsche blaue Zwetsche (syn. of German Prune), 220
Texas Belle, 552
Texas Gauge, 552
Thanksgiving, 553
Thanksgiving Prune (syn. of Thanksgiving), 553
The Beauty (syn. of Corymbus), 423
The Coe's Plum (syn. of Golden Drop), 229
The Cook's Choice (syn. of Cook Choice), 422
The Czar (syn. of Czar), 184
The Dosch (syn. of Dosch), 435
The Gem (syn. of Gem), 451
The Great Damask Plum (syn. of Lange Violette Damascene), 479
The Green Damosine Plum (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
The Imperatrice Plum (syn. of Impera-trice), 249
The Imperial Plum (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
The Myrobalane Plum (syn. of Myro-balan), 290
The Nectarine Plum (syn. of Nectarine), 291
The New Apricot Plum (syn. of Apricot), 148
The Purple Myrobalan (syn. of Pis-sardi), 516
The St. Julian Plum (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
The Washington Plum (syn. of Washington), 368
The White Imperatrice Plum (syn. of White Imperatrice), 375
Theresa, 553
Thomas, 553
Thomas October, 553
Thomaspflaume (syn. of Thomas), 553
Thompson's Golden Green, 553
Thorndyke Gage, 553
Thousand-And-One, 553
Thresher, 553
Throop, 553
Throop, Calvin, var. orig. by, 548
Throop No. 1, 554
Throop No. 2, 554
Throssel, 554
Tillemond, 554
Tinsley, J. H., var. orig. by, 383
Tobe's Gage (syn. of Deaton), 429
Tobias Gage, 554
Togari (syn. of Kelsey), 258
Togo, 554
Tokeya, 554
Tomato, 554
Tomlingson, 554
Tomlinson's Charlotte (syn. of Charlotte),*^ 7
Topaz (syn. of Guthrie Topaz), 457
Topaze de Guthrie (syn. of Guthrie Topaz), 457
Torlo d'Ovo or d'Uovo (syns. of Saint Catherine), 334
Towakong, 554. Townsend (syn. of Miner), 281
Trabesche, 555
Trabeshe (syn. of Trabesche), 555
Tragedy, 358
Traer (syn. of De Soto), 189
Tradescant, John, var. orig. by, 326
Tragedy Prune (syn. of Tragedy), 358
Transparent, 360
Transparent (syn. of Macedonia, 488; of Yellow Transparent, 570) Transparente, 555
Transparent Gage, Gage Plum or Green Gage (syns. of Transparent), 360
Transparent Yellow (syn. of YellowTransparent), 570
Trapps Königspflaume, 555
Traubenpflaume, 555 Trauttenberg, 555
Trauttenbergs Aprikosenpflaume (syn. of Abricotee de Trauttenberg), 391
Trauttenberg Zuckersiisse (syn. of Trauttenberg), 555
Trayer (syn. of De Soto), 189
Trianon, 555
Trinkle, John W., var. orig. by, 555
Trinkle No. 4, 555 Triomphe Garcon or Valet; Trompe Garcon or Valet; Tromp-Valet (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Trostle, 555
Trotter, Lillian A., var. orig. by, 443
Trotter, Richard, var. orig. by, 473, 484, 511
Trouvee de Vaunege or Voneche (syns. of Trouvee de Voueche), 555 Trouvee de Voueche, 555
True Large German Prune (syn. of German Prune), 220
True Sweet Botan (syn. of Berckmans), 159
Truro, 556
Tucker, 556
Tucker, Ezra W., var. orig. by, 556
Tudor, 556
Tupper, var. orig. hyt 190
Turkey, 556Turkey Plumb (syn. of Turkey), 556
Turkie (syn. of Turkey), 556 Turkische Gelbe Pflaume (syn. of Imperial Ottoman), 467
Turkische Kirsche (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Turkische Zwetsche (syn. of Hungarian, 246; of Red Date, 322) Turkish Prune (syn. of Italian Prune); 253
Turkish Prune, 556
Turkish Quetsche (syn. of German Prune), 220
Turky (syn. of Turkey), 556
Turner, Stephen H., var. orig. by, 552
Twice Bearing, 556
Twins, 557
Tzaueron, 557

U


Uchi Bene; Uchi-Beni (syns. of Berger), 160
Uchi Beni (syn. of Chabot), 172
Ulysses, 557
Uncle Ben, 557
Ungarische (syn. of Ungarish), 361
Ungarische Blaue Eier (syn. of Kaiser Wilhelm), 474
Ungarische Dattelzwetsche (syn. of Hungarian), 246
Ungarische Dattel Zwetsche, 557
Ungarische Pflaume, Sabel Pflaume or Zwetsche (syns. of Hungarian), 246
^ Ungarische Spate Bouteillen Zwetsche (syn. of Ungarische Dattel Zwetsche), 557
Ungarische Zwetsche (syn. of Red Date), 322
Ungarish, 361
Ungarish Prune (syn. o# Ungarish), 361
Union, 557Union Purple (syn. of Union), 557
United States (syn. of U.S.), 557 Ura-Beni (syn. of Berger), 160
Uryany, 557
U. S.f 557
Usum Erreck (syn. of Traubenpflaume), 555
Utah, 362
Utah Hybrid (syn. of Utah), 362
Uwase (syn. of Shviata Bene),543
Fail's Seedling (syn. of Large Golden Prolific), 479

V


Vakanzpflaume (syn. of September Damask), 542
Valence, 557
Valentia, 558
Valienciennes, 558 Value, 558
Van Benschoten, 558
Van Buren, 558
Van Deman, 558Van Dieman (syn. of Van Deman), 558
Van Houten, 558
Van Mons, var. orig. by, 158
Van Mons Königspflaume (syn. of Belle), 158 Van Mons' Red; Van Mons Red Gage (syns. of Belle), 158
Variegated Plum (syn. of Lombard), 268
Veilchen Pflaume (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Venetianische Zweimal Tragende, 558
Venus, 558
Verdacchia rotonda (syn. of Reine Claude), 327
Verdacchio, 588
Verdache, 558
Verdacia (syn. of Reine Claude), Z27
Verdage D'ltalie (syn. of Quetsche Verte D'ltalie), 525
Verdoch; Verdochia; Verdochio; Ver- ducia (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Ver dock (syn. of Verdacchio), 558
Veritable Imperatrice (syn. of Impera- trice), 249
Vermilion, 558
Vermilon Hatif, 559
Vertage d'ltalie tres-grosse (syn. of Quetsche Verte D'ltalie), 525
Vert or Verte Bonne; Verte d'Espagne; Verte Tiquetee (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Verte a Secher de Knight (syn. of Large Green Drying), 479
Verte Tardive de Guthrie (syn. of Guthrie Late), 236
Vesuvius, 559
Vick, 559
Victoire de Nelson (syn. of Nelson), 503Victor, 559
Victoria, 362
, 559
Victoria (syn. of Skarp, 340; of Victoria, 363) Victoria-Pflaume; Victoria's Kaiser- swetsche (syns. of Victoria), 363
Victor Sand Cherry, 559 Vilmot's Green Gage, Late Green Gage (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Vineuse acidule (syn, of Winesour), 566 Vinesour (syn. of Winesour), 566
Violet (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Violet, 559
Violet Damask (syn. of Damas Violet), 427
Violet de Tours (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Violet Diaper, 365 Violet Diaper (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Violet Empress (syn. of Imperatrice), 249
Violet Gage (syn. of Purple Gage), 318
Violet Imperial, 559
Violet Perdrigon (syn. of Blue Perdrigon, 164; of Cooper, 423; of Smith Orleans, 348) Violet Plumb (syn. of Violet), 559
Violet Queen Claude (syn. of Purple Gage), 318
Violet Royal, 559
Violette Hettive (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Violette (syn. of Imperatrice), 249
Violette (syn. of Violet), 559 Violette Americaine, 559
Violette Dattelzwetsche (syn. of Agen, 138; of Hungarian, 246) Violette de Galopin (syn. of Galopin), 449
Violette de Jerusalem (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
Violette de Tours (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Violette Diapree (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Violette d'Octobre (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
Violette Fasanenpflaume, Fasanen Pflaume, Huhner pflaume, Huhner Pflaume, or Rebhuhn Pflaume; Violetter Perdrigon; Violettes Rebhiih- nerei (syns. of Blue Perdrigon), 164
Violette Galopin (syn. of Galopin), 449
Violette Hâtive (syn. of Early Tours), 202
Violette Jerusalem (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
Violette Jerusalemspflaume (syn. of Jerusalem), 472
Violette Kaiserin (syn. of Dunkel- blaue Kaiserin, 437; of Imperatrice, 249) Violette Kaiser Pflaume (syn. of Blue Egg), 405
Violette Königspflaume (syn. of Early Royal), 201
Violette October Pflaume (syn. of Saint Martin Quetsche), 538
Violette Octoverpflaume (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
Violette oder Blaue Kaiserpflaume (syn. of Red Magnum Bonum), 326
Violette Oktoberpflaume (syn. of Saint Martin), 336
Violette Queen Claude; Violette Reine- Claude (syns. of Purple Gage), 318
Violette Reine-Claude Von Brignais (syn. of Reine Claude de Brignais), 529
Violetter Perdrigon (syn. of Smith Orleans), 348
Violette Violen Pflaume (syn. of Violet Diaper), 365
Virgata, 559
Virgie, 560
Virgin (syn. of Red Virginal, 529; of White Virginal, 565)Virginal a Fruit Blanc or Rouge, a gros Fruit blanc, Blanc; Virginale; Virginale et Fruit Rouge; Virginale Blanc or Rouge (syns. of Red Virginal), 529
Virginal a gros fruit blanc; Virginal blanc; Virginale; Virginale d Fruit Blanc, et gros fruit blanc, Virginale blanche (syns. of White Virginal), 565
Virginale (syn. of Apricot), 148
Virginale (syn. of Red Virginal), 529
Virginale Blanche (syn. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569
Virginia Damson, 560
Virginian Cherry (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
Virginische Ludzvig's Pflaume (syn. o# Hungarian), 246
Virginische Pflaume (syn. of Red Diaper), 323
Von Flotows Mirabelle (syn. of Mira-belle de Flotow), 497
Von Berlepsch Zwetsche, 560
Von Bose Rote Zwetsche, 560
Von Lade Spate Mirabelle, 560
Von Hartwiss' Gelbe Zwetsche (syn. of Hartwiss), 459
Von Moro Reine Claude, 460
Von Trapp's Königs Pflaume (syn. of Trapps Königspflaume), 555
Von Trauttenberg's Aprikosenpflaume (syn. of Abricotee de Trauttenberg), 39i Von Trauttenberg's Zuckersusse (syn. of Trauttenberg), 555
Von Wangenheim Pflaume (syn. of Wangenheim), 368
Voronesh, 365
Voronesh Blue (syn. of Blue Moldavka), 405 Voronesh Yellow (syn. of Voronesh), 365
Voslauer Zwetsche, 560
Vulcan, 560

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Wabash, 560
Wady, 560 Wady's Early (syn. of Wady), 560
Wager (syn. of Orange), 300
Wagner, 560
Wagner, J. F., var. orig. by, 411, 462, 560
Wagner No. 9 (syn. of Wagner), 560
Wahre Aprikosen Pflaume (syn. of Apricot), 148
Wahre blaue Eierpflaume (syn. of Jerusalem) , 472
Wahre Caledonian (syn. of Goliath), 231
Wahre Fruhzwetsche, 560
Wahre Königspflaume (syn. of Royal), 534
Wahre Schlehen Damascene (syn. )# Damson), 186
Wahre Weisse Diapree, 561
Wahre Zwetsche (syn. of Germai Prune), 220
Wakapa, 561
Walker Seedling, 561
Wallace, 561
Wales, 366
Walker, A. W., var. orig. by, 561
Walter, 561
Walter, Herr, var. orig. by, 561
Walther Pflaume, 561
Wangenheim, 367 Wangenheim Hâtive, Wangenheims Frilh zwetsche (syns. of Wangenheim), 36 Wangenheims Früh Zwetsche (syn. o: Wangenheim), 368
Waran Erik (syn. of Noire de Mon- treuil), 504
Ward October Red, 561
Warner, 561
Warner's Late or Late Red (syns. o: Warner), 561
Warren, 561
Warren (syn. of Newman), 292
Washington, 368 Washington; Washington Bolmar, Gage, Jaune, Mammot, or Yellow (syns. of Washington), 368
Washington or Washington Purple(syns. of Brevoort Purple), 408
Washington Seedling (syn. of Ives), 470 Wasse-Botankio (syn. of Lutts), 487
Wasse Botankyo (syn. of Sagetsuna), 536
Wasse Sumomo (syn. of Earliest of All), 198Wassu (syn. of Burbank), 170
Wastesa, 561
Waterloo Fflaume, 561
Waterloo (syn. of Golden Drop, 229; of Kent, 476; of Reine Claude, 327) Waterloo of Kent (syn. of Kent), 476
Watson, 562
Watson, D. H., var. orig. by, 463
505, 518, S25, 562, 569
Watts, 562
Watts, Dr. D. S., var. orig. by, 562
Waugh, 562
Waugh, Frank A., life of, 85-86, quoted, 65, 66, 86, 87, 99, 141, 393
Wax, 562
Wax Plum (syn. of Wax), $62
Wayland, 370
Wayland, Dr., var. orig. by, 288
Wayland, Prof. H. B., var. orig. by, 371
Wazata, 562
Weaver, 372
Weaver, var. orig. hy, 372
f 47$ Webster, J. B., var. orig. by, 416
Webster Gage; Webster's Gage (syns. of Webster Gage), 562 Webster Gage, 562
Weedsport German Prune, 220
Weeping Blood, 562
Weichharige Schlehen Damascene (syn. of Saint Julien), 335
Weinsauerliche Pflaume or Zwetsche (syns. of Winesour), 566
Weisse Aprikosen Pflaume (syn. of Apricot), 148
Weisse DiaprSe (syn. of White Perdri-gon), 375
Weisse Hollandische Pflaume; Weiss Kaiserin or Magnum Bonum; Wets ser Kaiser (syns. of Yellow Egg), 38
Weisse Indische Pflaume (syn. of Grtin Dattel Zwetsche), 456
Weisse Jungfernpfiaume (syn. of Whit Virginal), 565
Weisse Kaiserpflaume (syn. of Whiti Imperatrice), 375
Weisse Kaiser Pflaume (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Weisse Kaiserin, 563
Weisse Kaiserin (syn. of Weisse Kaiserin), 563
Weisse Königin (syn. of White Queen) S64
Weisser Perdrigon; Weisses Rebhufa nerei (syn. of White Perdrigon), 37
Weisse Zeiberl (syn. of Weisses ode: Grtines Zeiberl), 562 Weisses oder Grünes Zeiberl, 562
Weisse Violen Pflaume (syn. oi Jaspisartige Pflaume), 471
Welch, 562
Welcome, 562
Wentworth; Wentworth Plumb (syns,of Yellow Egg), 386
Werder'sche Frühzwetsche, 563 Wetherell, 563 Wetherill's Sweet, 563 Wetschen (syn. of German Prune), 220
Whatisit, 563 Wheat, 563 Wheaten; Wheaton; Wheat Plum (syns. of Wheat), 563 Whitacre (syn. of Whitaker), 563 Whitaker, 563 Whitby, 563 White Apricot or Apricot Plum (syns. of Apricot), 148
White Bonum Magnum (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
White Blossomed Sloe (syn. of Sloe), 544
White Bullace, 373 White Bulleis (syn. of White Bullace), 373 White Corn, 564
White Damascene or Damson; White Damask (syns. ^of White Damson), 374
White Damask (syn. of Large White Damson, 480; of Small White Damson, 545] White Damson, 374
White Date or Date Plum (syn. of Date), 428
White Diaper, 564
White Diapred (syn. of Diapree Blanche), 432
White Egg or Egg Plum, Holland, Imperial or Imperial Bonum Magnum, Magnum Bonum, Mogul (syns. of Yellow Egg), 386
Vhite Empress (syn. of White Imperatrice), 375
Vhite-fleshed Botan (syn. of Berckmans), 159
Vhite Gage (syn. of Small Reine Claude), 347
Vhite Gage (syn. of Yellow Gage), 3S8
hite Gage (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
White Gage of Boston (syn. of Imperial Gage), 251
White Honey Damson, 564
White Imperatrice, 375 White Imperatrice (syn. of White Imperatrice), 375
White Indian (syn. of Green Indian), 455
White Kelsey (syn. of Georgeson), 218
White Matchless (syn. of Matchless), 402
White Mirabelle or Mirable (syns. of Mirabelle), 284
White Mirobalane (syn. of Myrobalan), 290
White Muscle, 564
White Mussell (syn. of White Muscle), 564White Mussell (syn. of Muscle), 501
White Nicholas (syn. of Nicholas), 293
White Otschakof?, 564
White Pear, 564
White Peascod, 564
White Perdrigon, 375 White Perdrigon (syn. of White Perdrigon), 375
White Pescod (syn. of White Peascod), 564
White Prune, 564
White Prune Damson (syn. of White Damson), 374
White Prunella (syn. of Sloe), 544
White Queen, 564
White Sweet Damson, 564
White Virginal, 565White Virginale (syn. of Red Virginal, 529; of White Virginal, 565) White Wheat, 565 White Wheate (syn. of White Wheat), 565
White Winter Damson (syn. of White Damson), 374
Whitley, 565
Whitlow; Whitton (syns. of Wheat), 563
Whyte, 565
Whyte, R. B., var. orig. by, 565
Whyte's Red Seedling (syn. of Whyte), 565
Wickson, 376
Wickson, E. J., quoted, 75, 76, 548
Wickson Challenge (syn. of Formosa), 447
Wiener Mirabelle (syn. of Mirabelle), 284
Wier, 565
Wier, D. B., var. orig. by, 466, 468, 469, 56s Wier Large Red (syn. of Wier), 565
Wier No. 50, 565
tier's No. 50 (syn. of Wier No. 50), 565Wier's Large Red (syn. of Wier), 565
iViezerka (syn. of Wyzerka), 568 Wilder, 565
Vilde, 565
Vild Goose, 378
Vild Goose Improved, 566 Vildrose, 566
Wilkinson, 566
Villamette (syn. of Pacific), 305
Willamette, 566
Willamette Prune (syn. of Pacific), 305
Willard, 379
Willard, Samuel D., life of, 149; quoted, 208; var. orig. by, 214
Wiliard Japan; Willard Plum (syns. of Willard), 379
William Dodd (syn. of Miner), 281
Williams, 566Williams, Theodore, var. orig. by, 392, 397, 402, 407, 409, 412, 413, 436, 441, 442, 444, 447, 448, 454, 475, 478, 481, 482, 483, 498, 499, 509, 513, 514, 520, 527. 529, 548, 557, 558, 559, 563, 568, 569
Williamson, H. M., quoted, 305
Wilmeth Late, 566
Wilmot's Early Orleans, Large Orleans, Late Orleans, New Early Orleans or Orleans (syns. of Early Orleans), 199
Wilmot's Green Gage, Late Green Gage or New Green Gage (syns. of Reine Claude), 327
Wilmot's Late Orleans (syn. of Goliath), 231
Wilmot's Russian (syn. of Red Date), 322
Wilson, 566
Wine Plum, 566
Winesour (syn. of Winesour), 566 Winesour, 566 Winesour Plum (syn. of Winesour), 566
Winnebago, 566
Winslow, Edward, quoted, 93
Winsor, E. W., var. orig. by, 393, 402
Winter Creke, 567
Winter Damson, 567
Winter Damson (syn. of Winter Damson), 567
Wiseman, 567
Wiseman's Prune (syn. of Wiseman), S67
W. J. Bryan (syn. of Bryan), 410
Wohanka, 567
Wolf, 380
Wolf, D. B., var. orig. by, 380
Wolf and Japan, 567
Wolf Cling (syn. of Wolf Clingstone), S67 Wolf Clingstone, 567
Wolf Free or Freestone (syns. of Wolf), 380
Wonder (syn. of Osage), 510
Wood, 381
Wood, Joseph, var. orig. by, 382
Woolston, 567
Woolston Black; Woolston Black Gage; Woolston's Black Gage; Woolston's Violette Reine-Claude (syns. of Woolston), 567 Woolston Gage (syn. of Woolston), 567
Wooster, 567
Wooten, 568 Wootton (syn. of Wooten), 568
World Beater, 383 Worth, 568
Worth (syn. of Royal Tours), 332
Wragg, 568
Wragg, John, var. orig. by, 477
Wragg Freestone, 568
Wunder von New York, 568
Wyandotte, 568 Wyant, 384
Wyant, J. B., var. orig. by, 384
Wyant and Japan, 568
Wyckoff, 568
Wyedale, 568
Wyzerka, 568

Y


Yates, 569
Yeddo (syn. of Georgeson), 218
Yellow Americana, 569
Yellow Apricot (syn. of Apricot), 148
Yellow Aubert (syn. of Aubert), 397
Yellow Bonum Magnum (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Yellow Damask (syn. of Drap d'Or), 195
Yellow Damson (syn. of White Damson), 374
Yellow Date (syn. of Date), 428
Yellow Diapree (syn. of Diapree Blanche), 432
Yellow Egg, 385, 569
Yellow Egg (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Yellow Egg group, 32; origin of, 32; specific characters of, 32
Yellow Fleshed Bo tan (syn. of Abundance), 136
Yellow Gage, 388
Yellow Gage (syn. of Drap d'Or, 195; of Small Reine Claude, 347) Yellow Imperatrice, 569 Yellow Imperatrice (syn. of Yellow Imperatrice), 569
Yellow Imperial, 569
Yellow Jack, 569
Yellow Japan (syn. of Abundance, 136; of Chabot, 172) Yellow Jerusalem, 569
Yellow Magnum Bonum, 570
Yellow Magnum Bonum (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Yellow Moldavka (syn. of Voronesh), 365
Yellow Nagate, 570
Yellow Nagate (syn. of Ogon), 298
Yellow Oregon, 570
Yellow Panhandle, 570
Yellow Perdrigon (syn. of Drap d'Or), 195
Yellow Plum, 59
Yellow Roman Bullace, 570
Yellow St. Catharine (syn. of SaintCatherine), 334
Yellow Sweet, 570
Yellow Transparent, 570 Yellow Voronesh (syn. of Voronesh), 365
Yellow Wildgoose, 570
Yellow Yosemite, 570
Yellow, 43
Fischer, 569
Yohe, 571
Yohes Eagle (syn. of Yohe), 571
Yonemomo; Yonesmomo (syns. of Satsuma), 337
Yorkshire Winesour (syn. Winesour), 566
York State Prune, 571
York State Prune (syn. of York State Prune), 571
Yosebe (syn. of Earliest of All), 198
Yosemite (syn. of Purple Yosemite, 521; of Yellow Yosemite, 570) Yosemite Purple (syn. of Purple Yosemite), 521
Yosemite Yellow (syn. of Yellow Yosemite), 570Yosete (syn. of Earliest of All), 198 Yosobe (syn. of Earliest of All), 198
Young, 571
Youngken Golden; Younken's Golden Cherry; Yunkin Golden (syns. of Golden Cherry), 228
Young's Seedling (syn. of Young), 571
Young's Superior Egg (syn. of Yellow Egg), 386
Yukon, 571
Yuteca, 571

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Zahlbruckner Damascene, 571
Zahlbruckner's Violette Damascene (syn. of Zahlbruckner Damascene), 571
Zekanta, 571
Zipperle or Zipperlein (syns. of Damson), 186
Zuccherina (syn. of Damasckino Estivo), 426
Zucchetta Gialla, 571
Zucker Zwetsche (syn. of Red Date), 322
Zulu, 571
Zuzac, 571
Zweimal Bluhende und Zweimal Tra- gende Bunte Pflaume (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556 Zweimal Tragende (syn. of Twice Bearing), 556
Zwergpflaume, 571
Zwespe (syn. of German Prune), 220
Zwetsche, Zwetschen or Zwetschke (syns. of German Prune), 220
Zwetsche Fruhe Von Buhlerthal (syn. of Quetsche Precoce de Buhlerthal), 524
Zwetsche Leipsiger (syn. of Merunka), 494
Zwetsche Professor Wittmack, 572
Zwetsche Ungarische (syn. of Ungarish), 361
Zwetsche von Ddtlikon (syn. of Italian Prune), 253
Zwetsche Von der Worms, 572
Zwetsche Von Letricourt (syn. of Quetsche Dr. Letricourt), 524