DOUCE DE PICARDIE
French origin. Yellowish-white to yellow fruit when fully ripe, flattened, weighing 160 to 220 grams.
Very old variety from France.
The fruit is yellowish-white to more yellow when fully ripe, weighing 160 to 220 grams, flattened, more or less ribbed at the top and with rounded shoulders that can curve when the fruit becomes very large.
Clusters of 3 to 5 fruits. Slight depression at the peduncular attachment. Umbilicus marked by a tiny scarred spot. 8 sepals.
Juicy flesh. Taste with a hint of acidity.
+ or - 1.8m