This showy heirloom, originally from Ireland, is beautiful enough to hold its own in the flower garden–but you’ll want to enjoy its tasty fruits all season long. Fragrant plants look pretty when trellised, with ornamental clusters of fruits displayed on strong trusses against attractive variegated foliage. Only the plant is variegated not the fruit.
Originally called an unusual variegated version of Cherokee Purple. Healthy plants has some variegation showing on the green leaves with splashes of cream and white looks like the early first snow that has fallen on the leaves. The variegation best seen at low temperature during the growing season. Delicious purple beefsteaks, weighing over 300 g with well balanced […]Learn More
Mid season (85-90 days from transplant), high yield fruiting outdoor variety . Plant height 60-70cm. Fruits are very attractive, pear-shaped, smooth and dense, with no spots at the stem, raspberry pink, sugary. Fruit weight 70-100g,Learn More