Heirloom from the United States. Beef steak type fruit, purplish pink, 300 grams to 1 kilo, flattened and ribbed.
Heirloom variety from the USA, very old, presented in 1891 by Peter Henderson &co and in the Burpee catalogue of 1914. Registered with GNIS in 2010.
Synonyms: Ponderosa pink - Rose ponderosa - Henderson's pink ponderosa - Henderson's pink.
Pinkish-purple fruit weighing 300 grams to 1 kilo, flattened and ribbed, even irregular for the largest. Large depression at the stem attachment. Clusters of 3 to 4 fruits.
Juicy, dense beef flesh with few seeds, rich and sweet flavour.
Well adapted to cool, wet climates with very good productivity. Tends to burst.
+ or - 2m