Livingston’s Dwarf Stone AKA Dwarf Stone. Introduced by A. W. Livingston in 1902. Donated to USDA in 1969. Description from 1935 Livingston Catalog:
“Livingston’s Dwarf Stone. Introduced by us in 1902. Fruits are nearly as large as Stone but plants are more dwarf, permitting close planting (1 1/2 to 2 ft. apart). Productive. 65 days.”
Dwarf (tree-type), compact, determinate regular, rugose leaf plant produces small 3 oz., red, round, oblate fruits with mildly sweet flavors. Stores well.
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