Extra-large stout vines, with dense foliage produce bountiful harvests of huge, red-orange fruits that average between 1.5 lbs. and 2 lbs. Fruit is almost solid meat with few seeds. The flavor is outstanding - wonderfully sweet and mild, with balanced acid.

 

The beautiful woman in the photo is Barb Crown of Harsens Island, MI. Wondering what it weighed? Two and a half pounds!


HISTORY: Originally from Cluj, Transylvania, Romania. Many Hungarians live in Romania and the name ‘Puszta’ means 'prairie' in Hungarian. 'Kolosz' is the Hungarian name for Cluj. 
(PHOTO CREDIT: George Crown)

 

Sold in a 3.5" pot.

PUSZTA KOLOSZ

$4.50Price
  • VARIETY CHARACTERISTICS

    GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
    MATURITY: Mid-season
    LEAF TYPE: Potato
    FRUIT CLASS: Beefsteak
    FRUIT SHAPE: Oblate
    FRUIT SIZE: Large
    FRUIT COLOR: Red
    ORIGIN: Heirloom - Romania

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