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Originated at Summerland in Canada, from a Van x Stella cross. The fruit is large, round–heart shaped, with dark red–mahogany skin. It has good flavour with red flesh that is firm and juicy. It blossoms early in the season and is self-fertile. It is relatively split-resistant and bears good crops, with the fruit tending to bear on young wood. Lapins is an excellent pollinator/universal donor**.
- Pollination Group: self-fertile
- Uses: eating
- Harvest: mid January
- Features: split resistant
Description (accessed 30/3/15)
**Reference (accessed 30/4/21)