Beautiful, baseball-sized (seed saved from 7.2 ounce fruit) come on early and in profusion. Fruits are nearly blemish-free and resisted cracking even with weeks of rain. The flavor is outstanding - a sweet start with a nice acid finish. This is a keeper!
Classified as a Dwarf, this is still a beast of a plant. You will need to have heavy duty stakes to keep the plant from falling over. Foliage is very thick and dense which can make picking the fruit a bit difficult if it is planted in the ground. A great choice for a container (lol).
HISTORY: Russian variety from Siberia, introduced by Western Siberian Potato-Vegetable Exp. Lab.
GROWTH HABIT: Dwarf / Determinate
LEAF TYPE: Rugose
FRUIT CLASS: Salad - Slicer
FRUIT SHAPE: Globe
FRUIT SIZE: Medium
FRUIT COLOR: Pink
ORIGIN: Open-pollinated; Russia