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|Fruit type||canner, salad, paste|
- Valeriy Popenko, Semei, Kazakhstan 12
Year grown: 2018
- Ukrainian origin.
- Seeds were sent to Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds by Valeriy Popenko of Kazakstan, along with its sister varieties. Unfortunately it was offered in North America under its translated name, and not the original name, Sosulka Zheltaya.
- Tatiana's note: We do not support names translation, as it leads to confusion and the same variety being offered under different names. Please always use the original variety name to avoid confusion and preserve variety's roots and history. All the translated names are considered to be 'marketing' names, and not actual variety names.
Russian name: Жёлтая сосулька
- The name means 'Yellow Icicle' in Russian.
Description in Russian
Also known as
Facts about Sosulka Zheltaya
|Also known as||Yellow Icicle +|
|Description in Russian|
|Fruit color||yellow +|
|Fruit shape||plum +|
|Fruit size||small +|
|Fruit type||canner +, salad + and paste +|
|Growth habit||indet. +|
|History||* Ukrainian origin.
|Member code||B.C KO T +|
|Russian name||Жёлтая сосулька +|
|Seed source||Valeriy Popenko, Semei, Kazakhstan 12|
|Translation||The name means 'Yellow Icicle' in Russian.|
|Variety type||open-pollinated +|
|Vendor||Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds +|
|Year grown||2018 +|