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Rich, dark purpley brown skin over pink flesh, fruits average around 6 oz. The flavor is deep and sweet/acid and smokey. Potato-leaved vines are sturdy, supporting many small clusters of fruits.

I am partial to potato-leaved varieties for their strong vines, disease and sun scald resistance and ability to endure even the worst treatment a gardener can inflict on them. (Yes, another reason for you to try this one.)

HISTORY:  In 2011 I was sent seed labeled 'Chocolate Cherry' by Earl Bassett (MI). The following year, when I planted those seeds it was obvious that they were crossed as many of them came up PL (potato leaf) and Chocolate Cherry is RL (regular leaf). I grew out the off-types and selected for the most superior variant.


Sold in a 3.5" pot.


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    GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
    MATURITY: Mid-season
    LEAF TYPE: Potato
    FRUIT CLASS: Beefsteak
    FRUIT SHAPE: Globe, slightly oval.
    FRUIT SIZE: Large
    FRUIT COLOR: Pruple/Brown
    ORIGIN: Open-pollinated. Bee Cross and stablilized by Michigan Heirlooms.

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