85 days, indeterminate — The medium-sized fruit of 'Prue' are a good all-purpose type. The plants have leaves can be described as wispy, wilty and droopy and are very productive. The fruit are great flavored, red in color, and in the interesting shape of an elongated heart with a bump or nipple on most of the fruit's blossom end.
An old family heirloom, we received a sample from Craig LeHoullier in 2004. Craig had received the seed in 2002 from Tom Gallucci of Connecticut who in-turn had received the seed from his wife's grandfather, Mr. Prue of Massachusetts who was born about 1900. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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