Variety that appeared in Jean Michel Rouffiange's garden in 2014, no doubt the result of a chance cross. Named in memory of the late Luc Fichot, a great Belgian collector.
Small plum-type fruits weighing 25 to 50 grams, variable in shape tending to oval/ovoid, sometimes heart-shaped/pear-shaped.
Magnificent yellow dress streaked with pinkish red or vice versa.
Variety of the multiflora type, huge bouquets made up of several dozen fruits. Plant with moderate development, small stem, few regular foliage, indeterminate growth.
Excellent production from mid-season until frost.
NB: the germination of this variety takes longer than average, it can take around ten days!