Early Black Egg: 65 days. An early Japanese variety of good flavor with small, tender, egg-shaped fruits about 5 in. long. Sets well in the Mid-Atlantic, including cool, short-season areas. Vigorous plants, more tolerant of flea beetles than other varietie
Rosita: 4 ft. tall plants produce excellent yields of lavender-pink, teardrop-shaped fruits with white shoulders. The skin is tender without a trace of bitterness, and the white flesh is mild and sweet, because the seeds are so late to develop in the fruits.