Could be a strain of Cherokee purple, USA. Flattened, irregular, purple-pink fruit, very slightly streaked with greenish lines.
This variety is considered to be a descendant of Cherokee purple, discovered by Carolyn Homme in the garden of a neighbour of her parents in Texas.
Fruit identical to 'Cherokee purple' but smaller, lighter and more productive. Cluster of 4-5 fruits. Ribbed at the top. Strong corky depression at the peduncular attachment.
Purple-pink skin very slightly streaked with greenish lines and with green shoulders. Productive and tasty.
Medium to big
Black to purple
+ ou - 1.6m