Recent variety resulting from a line of 'Pink Elgin' developed by Bill Jeffer. Large fruit of 200 to 400 grams.
Recent variety resulting from a line of 'Pink Elgin' developed by Bill Jeffer. Other lines have given: Wilthyme GWR and Wilthyme purple.
Large, beefsteak-like fruit weighing 200-400 grams, flattened at the poles, ribbed at the top and with rounded shoulders.
Two-tone yellow skin veiled with red, more present on its lower half.
Yellow beef flesh with red marbling in the center, dense and juicy. Good flavor.
Plant with great development, dense foliage, indeterminate growth.
Good seasonal production.
Grown in 2015 under greenhouse
-Sowed on March 15
-Planted on May 2nd
-Plant with very large development
-Height +/- 2.0 m
-Regular dark green abundant foliage, horizontal habit
-Flower: 6 sepals and 6 petals
-Cluster composed of 2 to 3 bunches of 4/5 fruits
-Fruit: average size 150 to 200 gr, round and slightly flattened with discreetly rounded and ribbed shoulders.
-Yellow color covered with a red blush more visible on the apical part. Sometimes some green traces on the shoulders.
-Depression at the peduncular attachment shallow and moderately wide.
-Trace of umbilicus in circle in depression
-Harvest: good, regular until the frosts
Flesh yellow-orange marbled of red in its center. Multiloges containing a lot of gel and seeds.
-Excellent taste, typical of a bicolor.
Medium to big
Bigarrée, Two-tone Yellow-Red
Beefsteak, Flattened, Ribbed
+ or - 2m