Variety whose origin is uncertain, would be a heritage of Western Virginia. According to some sources also bears the name of "Flame Hillbilly" (has nothing to do with the "Hillbilly" variety).
Large fruit of 200 to 600 grams, of the Beefsteak type in variable shape according to the caliber of the fruit, the little ones will be rather round and slightly ribbed while the large will be more flat in the curved shoulders.
Bicolor yellow/orange dress veiled in pink/red.
Yellow flesh marbled by rose/red in its heart, containing few seeds. Excellent taste qualities.
Plant with great development with easy driving, regular foliage, indefinite growth.
Regular harvests rather of second parts of the season.
Sachet of about 15 seeds.