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This richly sweet and robust variety was developed by North Dakota grower David Podoll to have better flavor, yield, and thicker orange flesh than the standard Buttercup variety. The fruit has dark green skin with a bluish 'button' on the blossom end. A nice size for two servings.
Days to Harvest: 100
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