American origin. Large red fruit, 200 to 350 grams, round and slightly flattened at the rib.
Variety originating from the USA, offered to the Seed Savers Yearbook of 1990, by Donald Branscomb, California.
Large red fruit, 200 to 350 grams, round and slightly flattened with discrete ribbing at the top. Slight depression at the stem attachment. 6 sepals.
Fleshy red flesh, with a tasty and well-balanced acid/sugar taste.
Determined growth, vigorous and productive variety. Rugosa type foliage.
Medium to big
Regular - Rugosa
+ or - 2m