DescriptionVery good keeping eater, sweet and crisp. The flowers are tolerant of frosts, and the fruit is said to taste better after a frost. Raised by George Wheeler in the U.S.A. 1791. The fruit is pale green, flushed with bright pinkish red, slightly russeted.
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