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Originated in British Columbia, Canada in 1968. The fruit is large, heart-shaped and of the Lambert- type with a black skin. The flesh is black, moderately-firm and relatively coarse and the variety is fairly-susceptible to cracking. Trees are vigorous, of upright, spreading habit, and productive.
- Pollination Group: self-fertile
- Uses: eating
- Harvest: mid Dec-early Jan
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