A very old heirloom, developed in the 1870s by G.M. Keasey, Pennsylvania, USA.
Golden yellow fruits up to +/- 8 cm in diameter and +/- 100 grams, mostly round and slightly flattened, the larger sizes tending to have plump shoulders giving a lobed appearance to the fruit.
Juicy yellow flesh, multilog containing a lot of juice and seeds. Very sweet flavor relieved by a slight hint of acidity.
Plants with medium development (1,5m / 5ft) with regular leaves. Indeterminate.
Abundant mid-season production. Good resistance to heat and humidity.