Noted in America as early as 1850 by the David Landreth seed house of Philadelphia. Heavy yields of 1½" pear-shaped fruits that are great for fresh eating. Used as a substitute for figs years ago by gardeners who would pack away crates of dried tomatoes for winter use. Indeterminate, 85 days from transplant.
Fig-shaped fruits grow to 1½ inches
Indeterminate - Fruit ripens throughout the season