Heirloom variety cultivated by an Amish family since 1930.
Large beefsteak type fruit, over 300 grams, round, flattened at the poles and ribbed at the top.
Yellow-orange epidermis that is pink when ripe, especially at the end of the season.
Dense and firm beefsteak meat. Small seed cavities containing few seeds and gel.
Rich and sweet flavor with a hint of acidity.
Variety with high development, good resistant to diseases (powdery mildew, late blight ..). Regular foliage, indeterminate.
Excellent and long production, rather early for a fruit of this caliber!
NB: quantity limited to 10 seeds/pack