Bicolored yellow fruits with a pink blossom end blush which carries through to the flesh. Fruits are highly variable in shape with some being true hearts but more often they are oval with broad shoulders.

 

Plants are very, very productive and seem to prefer being kept on the dry side, but will split if they receive excessive rain. Very good sweet flavor.

 

HISTORY: Originated as a bee cross between 'Brandywine' and 'Tad' in Craig LeHoullier's Raliegh, NC garden in 1993. Selection work led to the naming and release of the first variety 'Lucky Cross', in 2001. The same cross produced 'Little Lucky' and 'Little Lucky Heart' which was found by a gardener in Germany and remained stable.

 

Sold in a 3.5" pot.

LITTLE LUCKY HEART

$4.50Price
  • VARIETY CHARACTERISTICS

    GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
    MATURITY: Mid-season
    LEAF TYPE: Regular
    FRUIT CLASS: Salad - Slicer
    FRUIT SHAPE: Oval
    FRUIT SIZE: Medium
    FRUIT COLOR: Yellow
    ORIGIN: Open-pollinated

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