Also called Dragons Claws for fruit shape and decorative branches with particularly irregular growth. The cultivation of this unique fruit plant is possible in all wine-growing regions.
Origin: comes from Chinese province Shanxi, Taigu county
Vigour: strong, semi-erect, the plant has small thorns
Blossom: blooms from late May
Fruits: small, average weight 5 g. The fruits are suitable for fresh consumption as well as for drying.
Harvest season: fruits gradually ripen from mid-September to October, dried fruits can be stored for several months without loss of quality
Yield: medium-high, reliably regular
Disease resistance: reliably resists attack by pests and fungal diseases, no chemical protection is required during vegetation
Frost resistance: frost hardy down to -25°C without damage, sprouts late, at the end of April and therefore avoids spring frost damage