90 days — Fruits are nearly round in shape, reach up to twelve inches in diameter and average ten to twelve pounds in weight. The juicy, sweet flesh is pink to red with almost black seeds when fully ripe.
Introduced by the Oscar Will Seed Company of South Dakota in 1888. Very well adapted for the northern Great Plains region and does well in areas with shorter seasons. Grown out by David Pendergrass
from NSL 28142.
Each packet contains one gram, which is about 18 to 20 seeds.