Cultivar of Amish origin. Orange-red fruit of 120 to 240 grams of Andean type.
Heritage variety native to Visconti but discovered in Pennsylvania in the heart of Amish country, dating back to the 1870s. Introduced in the Seed Savers Yearbook of 1987.
Orange-red fruit of 120 to 240 grams, elongated plum shape. Depression with weak peduncular attachment.
It is not a paste type because the flesh is much too juicy. Fleshy red flesh juicy and sweet containing few seeds. S
It is rather good raw but it is in sauce and paste that it will be best used.
Foliage is not very abundant, beware of sunburn in hot regions.
Excellent productivity, +/-7 kg/plant. A certain tendency to burst.
+ or - 2m