Winter Roscoff type, maturing in late March to early April in Cornwall, 250-260 days, and early to mid-April in Kent and Lincolnshire, 260-285 days.
- Very dense heads giving high precentage Class 1 results
- Good resistance to hollow curd, hairiness and looseness in April
- Excellent foliage cover, with good performance even from a late planting
Table shows Cornwall (first row) followed by Lincolnshire (second row) harvest periods.