Another standout in my far from perfect 2013 garden. Wispy-leaved plants with above average production of meaty, juicy, deep-crimson colored fruits that averaging around one pound.
Very, very tasty - they remind of other Italian heritage varieties -- not flashy but the backbone of your winter pantry.
Still fairly unknown and only available by a few small seed vendors.
HISTORY: There is no known history of this variety other than it was originally offered via the SSE Yearbook in 2007 by now deceased Dan and Val McMurray of Wynndel, BC, Canada, who got the seeds from R.R. Bruijn, The Netherlands.
GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
LEAF TYPE: Regular
FRUIT CLASS: Beefsteak
FRUIT SHAPE: Oblate
FRUIT SIZE: Large
FRUIT COLOR: Red