An old American family heirloom first presented to the public in 1890.
Named after Emily Depp Coy whose family bred this heirloom for almost a century in Glasgow, Kentucky, USA.
Large pink beefsteak fruits from 180 to 500 gr with pale zones and yellow shoulders, hence the name Firefly (firefly).
Sometimes round and smooth and sometimes light ribbed at the top.
Very pleasant sweet creamy beefsteak flesh with only a subtle touch of acid.
The texture is very high quality, juicy melting as kind.
Indeterminate with potato leaves. Decent yields in the second half of the season.
80 to 85 days.