Large, heavily pleated, pyramid shaped, pink fruits are blemish-free, and produced in abundance, on large vines which are both disease and drought resistant. Fruits average 8 - 16 ounces.
Interior flesh cavity is partially hollow, with seeds and gel held mostly in the top half of the fruit making it perfect for stuffing. The flavor is sweet and somewhat fruity.
HISTORY: Heirloom variety originally grown by the Zapotec Indians from the interior of Oaxaca, Mexico.
GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
LEAF TYPE: Regular
FRUIT CLASS: Paste / Stuffer
FRUIT SHAPE: Oblate, heavily pleated
FRUIT SIZE: Large
FRUIT COLOR: Pink