Native to the USA. Fruit weighing 200 to 300 grams with green skin that turns amber when ripe.
Variety originating from the USA. Featured in the Seed Saver Tearbook in 2000.
Fruit weighs 200-300 grams with green skin that turns amber when ripe. Mostly flattened shape, ribbed at the top and with rounded shoulders. Cluster of 2 to 4 units.
Fleshy flesh, very small pockets with little gel. Sweet and refreshing taste. Should be eaten before full ripeness as most "greens" do not keep well.
Very vigorous plant with great development, regular long and serrated foliage, indeterminate growth.
Excellent mid-season productivity (+/-75 days).
Beefsteak, Flattened, Ribbed
+ or - 1.8m