The origin of this Southern variety is unknown, but cuttings were brought into Alabama from South Carolina in 1895 by the father of Mrs. J.B. Devine. It was in her father’s family for many years before this time. An early bearing variety, ripening mid-late July. Fruit size is medium to large with greenish-yellow skin with red stripes and splashes. Flesh is greenish-white, fine-grained, and somewhat tart in flavor.



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