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Hibiscus esculentus.

Maturity from sowing: Fruit can be harvested around 50 to 55 days after sowing. Tolerant to high heat levels, 35˚C
Plant habit: Strong vigorous plants with short internodes. High yield potential
Fruit shape: Strong thick stems when temperature over 25˚C. First harvest extra early on 6th node. Usually first set on 8th or 9th node
Fruit type: Fruit is ridged type, typically 5 ridges, medium green with very good shelf life
Size: Slim fruit. Fruit size approx. 12cm long x 25mm width. Fruit can be harvested up to 15cm long