Old heirloom from Alabama, USA. Large purple-pink fruit with yellowish shoulders, weighing 300 to 500 grams.
Old heirloom, already mentioned in 1890, from Alabama, USA. Reportedly named after the Confederate leader during the Civil War: Jefferson Davis. Featured in the 1991 Seed Savers Yearbook.
Large purple-pink fruit with greenish shoulders, 300-500 grams. Beef steak type, round, more or less flattened and ribbed at the top. Deep and wide depression at the peduncular attachment.
Fleshy, juicy beef flesh with a creamy texture. Multi-logged with few seeds. Mild, sweet flavour. Should be eaten quickly once picked as the fruit does not keep well.
A potato-leaved variety, well adapted to the warm climate and good production in the second half of the season.
Beefsteak, Ribbed, Round
hot and dry
+ ou - 1.6m