A variety which, despite its name, is not native to Australia. Large red fruit of 300 to 600 grams of beefsteak type.
Despite its name, this variety is not native to Australia.
Large bright red fruit weighing 300 to 600 grams, round, slightly flattened and discreetly ribbed at the shoulders. Wide and deep corky depression at the stem attachment.
Meaty, firm and juicy beef flesh with few seeds. Excellent, well-balanced flavour, ideal for salads.
A large, broad-leafed variety with good productivity and mid-season.
Good late season plant stand, resistant to shattering due to thick skin.
Big to very big
Beefsteak, Flattened, Round
+ or - 2m