Very old variety from the USA. Yellow fruit weighing 80 to 180 grams, mostly round and slightly flattened.
Very old variety, developed in the 1870s by G.M. Keasey, Pennsylvania. Recently brought to light by Baker Creek Heirloom.
Golden yellow fruit up to +/- 8 cm in diameter and +/- 100 grams mostly round and slightly flattened, the larger sizes tending to have rounded shoulders giving a lobed appearance to the fruit. Clusters of 5 to 8 fruits.
Juicy yellow flesh, multi-located, containing a lot of gel and seeds. Very sweet flavour with a hint of acidity.
Plant with medium development, good resistance to both heat and humidity.
Abundant mid-season production.
Small to medium
+ ou - 1.6m