Fruit – Vegetable – Tropical Fruits
The parentage is unknown, but it was already well-known in around 1770 in Aldermaston, England, and named after its propagator Richard Williams.
Medium to large in size, quite rough, greenish to golden and sometimes sun-laterally pinkish. The pulp is fine and melt-in-the-mouth. It is suitable as a table fruit as well as for use in the preservation-industry, for torrefaction and for spirits.
Juicy and sweetish-spicy with a typical perfume added to it.
From the middle of August until the beginning of September.