Ukrainian origin. Fruit of elongated plum type, striped green and yellow turning orange when ripe.
Variety originating from Ukraine.
Elongated plum-like fruit, green and yellow striped, turning orange at maturity, weighing +/- 120/150 grams.
Flesh of the "paste" type. Resistant variety with a large and long production.
Grown in 2015 in a greenhouse in Ambert (780m)
-Sown on 15 March
-Planted on 2 May
-Plant with very large development, large twisted stem, between short and regular nodes. Controlled on 2 stems.
-Height +/- 0.90 m
-Foliage long +/- 40 cm and dense, drooping at 45°.
-Flower: 6 sepals and 6 petals
-Cluster composed of 1 log of 6 to 10 fruits arranged in a fishbone shape.
-Fruit: medium size, plum (pepper?) type, stretched, faceted, ending in a large, more or less invaginated nipple.
-Yellow-orange colour with light green stripes.
-Depression at the weak peduncular attachment.
-Harvest: good, regular and long. Very susceptible to apical necrosis (black ass).
-Fleshy orange flesh of the dry type, almost no frost. Hollow lodges, very few seeds.
-Medium flavour. To be reserved for drying and cooking.
Paprika - Pepper
+ ou - 1.6m