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- det., small bushy plants, plum shaped red fruits with firm walls but juicy with some tang, large early yields, some blight res., grows well outdoors in Ireland and in Oregon, from the Irish Seed Savers Association, Irish heirloom.
- Irish Seed Savers Assn.
Location: Drain, OR
- Irish heirloom brought from Ireland in 1991.
- First offered in the SSE 1993 Yearbook by William Swirin of Greensboro, North Carolina (NC SW W), whose original description said:
- "75 days - indet., round 1.75" dia. deep red fruit, will remain ripe on vine for long period without rotting, original seeds brought from Ireland in 1991, gift from old farm woman."
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