Quite a distinctive variety! Small (average weight around 0.06 lb., or 1 oz.), plum-shaped fruits are fuzzy with orange to red surface and scattered green stripes. Firm, dark flesh with 3 locules and green gel; flavor is very good:delicious and fairly sweet. Regular leaf, angora (fuzzy) foliage with distinct, laurel green leaves and stems. Open, indeterminate vines tend to struggle when young but produce well late season from 78 days. Named after Churra sheep, a breed from Spain.