PASCAL DE PICARDIE - CRAZY HORSE ANTHO PASTE
Origin USA. Fruit of 120 to 200 grams of cylindrical and elongated plum type ending with a nipple .
A recent variety developed by Dean Slater, a cross between an "antho" variety and a paste variety, whose names have not been revealed. Named in honour of Pascal Antigny, a Picard collector who participated in the selection of this variety.
Fruit weighs 120 to 200 grams and is cylindrical and elongated, ending with a more or less developed nipple. Purple skin with indigo blue shoulders.
Flesh of the paste type, containing little gel. Good flavour.
Vigorous plant with great development, regular foliage, indeterminate growth.
Excellent production until frost.
Black to purple, Blue
+ or - 2m