• Canadian variety bred at the University of Saskatchewan, 2007.
  • Grows moderately into a bush 130 cm high and 120 cm wide, thickens well.
  • Gives ball-shaped and oval, and elongated fruits which usually weigh 1.4 g, in taste they are sweet and tart to fully sweet; its berries are hard and crispy and leave a dry stem scar; good for deep freezing, baking and enjoying fresh; transport tolerant.
  • Gives crop at the second half of June (Poland); good for mechanical and manual harvesting, they drop off moderately. Usually one bush gives 4 kg (max 4.5 kg) of berries; on average this variety yields a crop of 13.2 t/ha (max 14.9 t/ha).
  • In June 2014, our farm made tests on the sugar content in its fruits which were conducted on four occasions and this variety got the following scores: in measurement I – 9 June 2014 (10°Bx); in measurement II – 16 June 2014 (12°Bx); in measurement III – 23 June 2014 (10°Bx) (Brix degrees).
  • To get an abundant crop, one should plant several different varieties one next to another (to enable cross pollination); especially the following varieties are recommended: ‘Aurora’ and ‘Honeybee’.
  • Especially good for commercial plantations.
  • We possess a license for propagating this variety, granted to us by the University of Saskatchewan.