DescriptionOf unknown origin, but a good choice if you want a late variety, producing petunia purple fruit that are firm, juicy and quite sweet. Vigorous upright growth, so allow plenty of space. Late-flowering, so tends to miss the spring frosts. Good for cooking - but only moderate for dessert.
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