Origin not established. Small fruit weighing 40 to 80 grams, plum-like, oval to heart-shaped with a small point at the apical end.
Variety of unknown origin, submitted to the 2006 Seed Saver Yearbook by Bryan Connolly and Diane Dorfer of Connecticut who received the seeds from David Cavagnaro, Iowa.
Small, plum-like, oval to heart-shaped fruit weighing 40-80 grams with a small point at the apical end.
Skin fuzzy red with gold stripes. Flesh bright pink, firm and fleshy. Excellent flavour.
A determinate variety, not exceeding 0.60 m, compact plant with bluish-grey woolly foliage. Ideal for pot cultivation.
Grown in 2015 in pots (15 l)
-Sown on 23 February
-Planted on 2 May
-Very small plant.
-Height +/- 0.50 m
-Foliage: abundant dark green angora, horizontal habit
-Fruit: small size, oval to heart-shaped plum ending in a point at the apical end.
-Red colour with yellow stripes. Fluffy skin.
Depression at the peduncular attachment non-existent.
-Trace of umbilicus at a tiny point
-Harvest: medium, regular
-Juicy flesh, thick skin.
Decorative interest only.
Two-tone Yellow-Red, Zebra
+ or - 0.5m