Recent variety originating from the USA... dwarf plant producing round yellow fruits of small to medium size.
Recent variety resulting from the crossing of "Red house free standing" and "Cherokee green" by John Beidler.
Fruit weighing 150 to 250 grams, beefsteak type, flattened, ribbed at the top and with rippled or even rounded shoulders.
Fleshy and juicy yellow flesh with small pockets.
Mild flavour with no acidity.
Robust dwarf plant with wide development, regular rugosa foliage, indeterminate growth.
Good and regular yields from mid-season.
NB: there is a green (Jackass green dwarf) and red (Jackass Red Dwarf) version of this cross.
Beefsteak, Flattened, Ribbed
Regular - Rugosa
+ or - 1.00m