The origin: seedling from free pollination of Kamchatka honeysuckle.
The variety is early-ripening, winter hardy and productive (2.3-2.7 kg/shrub or 76-90 centner/ha). It starts fruiting on the 3rd year after planting in an orchard. It is relatively resistant to fungus diseases.
The shrub is medium high; shoots are direct and light green.
Leaf is green and not downy.
Fruits are cylindrical-shaped, large (the average weight is 0.96-1.3 g.). The fruit colour is blue and with intense wax coating. The peel is of medium density. The taste is sweet and fresh. Berries fall is absent. The degustation evaluation is 5 points.
Consumption period: June-July.
It was passed to the State variety trial system in 2007 for cultivation adjoining the house.
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