Fertile variety blossoms and matures earlier than other varieties. Variety preferred by amateurs. Shrub attractive for insects and birds. Recommended for direct consumption, cooking, baking, jams and jellies.
Origin: selection from seedlings of the variety Thiessen, Saskatchewan, Canada
Growth: strong, height up to 5 m. Young plants are characterized by an upscale and compact plant shape, older shrubs have a tendency to spread (width up to 6 m).
Flower: mid-April, self-fertile
Fruit: large, diameter up to 1,7 cm, almost round, blue-black with a weak coating, juicy, sweet taste. In loose grapes 6 - 12 pieces.
Ripening time: early, mid-June
Resistance to diseases: not too sensitive to fungal diseases, or pests
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