LIVINGSTON'S GOLDEN QUEEN
Introduced in 1892 by A.W Livingston, USA. Orange-yellow fruit weighing 120 to 250 grams, round and slightly flattened.
A very old and historically important variety, developed and introduced in 1892 by Alexander Livingston.
Fruit weighs 120-250 grams, round, slightly flattened with a discreet ribbing limited to the shoulders. Smooth, orange-yellow skin with a pink blush on the underside when ripe.
Juicy, beefy flesh with a mild, sweet taste.
The plant is very large and produces until frost.
Note that there is another variety with the same name which is an improvement of this one: Golden Queen USDA strain.
Small to medium
+ or - 2m