Variety whose origin is confused. It was introduced by Carolyn Homme as "Splash of Cream" as a new variety. However, after research, its original name is "Variegated (variegated) and would have been cultivated in Western Europe (Ireland and England in particular).
The main interest of this variety is its very decorative dark green and cream variegated foliage.
Small red fruit of 50 to 100 grams and 4 to 6 cm in diameter.
Juicy flesh, 2 cells. Flavor from any, even tasteless, to good depending on the degree of maturity, it will therefore be necessary to let the fruits ripen as much as possible to appreciate the flavor.
Plant with small development, bushy, determinate growth.
The main interest of this variety is its very decorative dark green and cream variegated foliage, which fears exposure to direct sunlight.
Very good harvests from mid-season until frost.