Variety with potato foliage discovered in Texas, USA, by Glenn Chanler in a plantation of 'Black Krim'.
Beefsteak type fruit from 200 to 400 grams, slightly flattened round with more or less pronounced rib depending according to the fruit caliber.
Dark color epidermis with dark green shoulders, becoming black at maturity. Needs heat to really turn black, otherwise remains dark purple.
Rich, smoke, excellent flavor. Light trend for circular cracking in wet weather.
Vigorous plant with great development, potato type foliage, indefinite growth.
Good and regular production from mid-season until the first frosts.
Variety is well an enhancement of a fresh or short -season climate.
Can be more resistant to burst and more productive than the variety with regular foliage.
Sachet of about 15 seeds.