A sweet red juicy fruit which keeps well. High yielding on multi-tier clusters. 2.5cm (1") cherry type fruit.
WHERE TO SOW
Space the seeds 2cm (Â¾") apart in trays or in modules under glass at 21Â°C, cover lightly with compost also cover container with glass or polythene to retain humidity.
WHAT TO DO NEXT
Remove glass as soon as seedlings appear, when seedling leaves have opened, prick off into 9cm (3 Â½") pots and grow on until first truss is formed. Plant out into growing site and stake for support. If required for outside growing, gradually harden off young plants for planting about end of May.
If you have too much fruit to use fresh, just put the surplus into a plastic bag and place in freezer. They will be excellent used later in casseroles or stews.
High in Vitamin C and lycopene.