Heirloom from Pennsylvania, USA. Fruit of 120 to 180 grams, beefsteak type, flattened with poles.
Heirloom from Pennsylvania, USA discovered by Ralph Weaver in the frozen collection of his grandfather.
Synonyms: White Wax - Grandpa's White Wax .
Fruit of 120 to 180 grams, beefsteak type, flattened at the poles, and ribbed at the top.
Creamy white skin turning pale yellow when fully ripe. Juicy flesh with a mild and sweet taste.
Plant with great development, regular foliage, indeterminate growth.
Good conservation of the fruits.
+ or - 1.8m