Heirloom from the Ozark Mountains, USA. Large coral-pink fruit turning red when fully ripe, weighing 250 to 400 grams.
Heirloom variety, very famous in the 1950s, originating from the Ozarks Mountains in Missouri, USA.
Large coral-pink fruit, turning red when fully ripe, weighing 250 to 400 grams, irregularly shaped, usually flattened, with a more or less deep ribbed upper part and rounded or even curved shoulders.
Dense and juicy beef flesh. Good, rich, sweet flavour. Can be used both in salads and for preserving.
Vigorous plant, regular foliage, indeterminate growth.
Heavy production in the second half of the season.
Medium to big
Beefsteak, Flattened, Irregular
+ or - 1.8m