Gaudi

Gaudi F1

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Gaudi has long oval-shaped fruit with a bright green calyx. Usually, the calyx is spineless, but under certain conditions, a few small spines can develop. The fruit is firm and is grown on a medium-tall, upright strong growing bush. The variety can be grown indoor and outdoor with good results. It will keep it’s dark black color until it gets to an over mature stage.

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Gaudi has long oval-shaped fruit with a bright green calyx. Usually, the calyx is spineless, but under certain conditions, a few small spines can develop. The fruit is firm and is grown on a medium-tall, upright strong growing bush. The variety can be grown indoor and outdoor with good results. It will keep it’s dark black color until it gets to an over mature stage.

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Purple

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