Harcoming variety from Kentucky, cultivated by the Adams family (Lenny and Gracie) for many generations.
Fruit of 200 to 500 grams, of the Beefsteak type with variable shape, sometimes a perfect globe, most often more or less flattened, on the coastline, most often discreet, limited to the shoulders which will be more or less plump depending on the caliber.
Light yellow epidermis covering a reddish pink blush at maturity.
Yellow flesh with sometimes the presence of a red veil, juicy very dense with small lodges. Sweet and sweet flavor.
Vigorous plant with great development, regular foliage, indefinite growth.
Good and regular second part of the season.
Sachet of about 15 seeds.