Our fruit varieties


Royal Lafayette®

Productive variety, with attactive fruits, featuring very good eating qualities

Fruit’s firmness is excellent

Large size fruit with a medium sensitivity to cracking

Intellectuel property

Breeder : Zaiger Genetics

License manager : International Plant Selection


Port : semi– erected

Vigour : good

Areas of development : all

Flowering time

Flowering time : early - similar to Burlat

Flowering time : early

Alleles : S1-S3

Pollinator : Royal Hermione®, Sabrina®, Folfer (cov), Sweetheart®


Maturity : +5j Royal Bailey (cov)

Size : 28-30

Color : red

Organoleptic qualities : sweet with a hint of acidity, rich aromas

Shape : Round to kidney-shaped

Picking colour criteria (Ctifl) : 5/6

Firmness : 55/65 Durofel

Brix : 13 to 16%

Fruit skin colour : bright red

Additional information :

Round to kidney-shaped fruit. At optimal harverst stage (CTIFL colour code 5-6), the fruit is bright red. The fruit size potential is very strong (28-30 mm) and very homogenous.
The stem is thick and of medium length.
The flavour is sweet, with a hint of acidity which highlights the aro-mas. The texture is creamy and juicy. The firmness is very good. Occur-rence of double fruit is rare.

Our suggestions

Rosie (cov)

Maturity : 7j Burlat (témoin)

Variété bicolore de maturité avant RAINIER, très intéressante pour son calibre, sa fermeté et sa qualité gustative

Royal Helen (cov)

Maturity : -7j Sweetheart® (témoin)

Autofertile variety which fruits are attractive with hogh organoleptic qualities

Firmness is very high

Higher fruit size in this maturity period

Skeena (cov)

Maturity : -7j Sweetheart® (témoin)

L’autofertilité et la tardivité de floraison font de SKEENA une variété adaptée à toutes les zones de production

Royal Bailey (cov)

Maturity : 7j Burlat (témoin)

Note the large size for an early maturing fruit

Fruit firmness is excellent

Early variety with attractive fruit characterised by high flavour qualities

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