Originally from Japan, where it was raised in the 1930’s, the fruits are large, oblong and bright yellow-green, with a firm, juicy flesh and a sweet refreshing flavour.
When cooked the flesh does not “fall” and has a pleasant flavour with a hint of aniseed. It also make an unusual addition to salads. Good crops and vigorous growth. A triploid.
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