Random Cultivar Of The Day

Pennock

Pennock
Description
It is not recommended for planting in New York. It is said to have been first cultivated by Joseph Pennock, of Springfield township, Delaware county, Pennsylvania.
Flesh quality
somewhat coarse, rather crisp, tender, rather juicy, subacid to mild subacid or nearly sweet; flavor lacking in character; quality fair to good.
Flesh color
yellow
Skin quality
rather thick, tough, smooth
Skin color
carmine, red striped, green mottled, yellow mottled, green blushed, yellow blushed
Sizes
large
Shape
round, ribbed, oblate, oblong, uniform, regular, oblique, elliptical, conical
General quality
Generally speaking it is not regarded with favor as a commercial variety because the fruit ranks but second or third rate in quality
Eating season starts in
December
Eating season ends in
May
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