2,79 $ – 7,19 $
Chester is considered one of the most winter hardy and productive thornless varieties available.
This late variety produces a large quantity of large, high quality fruit that ripen in early to mid-August. The fruit has good flavor when fully ripe and does not soften or lose its glossy black color in hot weather.
Chester plants are vigorous with variable hardiness resisting cane blight. The stems are very long, without thorns and the suckering is average. The stems ask to be protected in winter.
1 gallon, 2½
August, Dormancy Jan-April, Futur, June, May
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Rendement : U-pick
Harvest size : Good
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Description of the fruit : Large, high quality fruit that does not lose its brilliant black color in hot weather
Fruit Flavor : Good flavor at maturity
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Harvest time : August
Use of the fruit : Fresh consumption
Hardiness zones : 5-9