A winter variety.
Origin: the USA, selected in 1890 in the Eastern Virginia by A. Mullins.
The fruit is medium and large (125-250 g), flat-round, greenish-yellow, with bright red glow, sometimes with stripes over most of it or on the whole surface, with small, gray, barely visible underpeel spots and a faint bluish bloom. The pulp is creamy, dense, fine-grained and juicy. It has sweet and sour taste (7.5-8.0 points) with medium flavour.Ripeness that is suitable for harvesting occurs in September.