A precocious, large-fruited, highly productive variety with a long fruiting period. A strong compact bush up to 30 cm high; practically does not form whiskers; a large number of peduncles; bright red berries up to 3 cm in diameter and weighing about 20 g. This hybrid variety is highly resistant to fungal diseases and certain types of pests, for example, mites. It adapts well to almost any weather conditions, steadfastly withstanding a significant decrease or increase in the temperature regime, a reduction in daylight hours. A characteristic feature of the variety is the ability to yield from 0.8 kg to 1.3 kg per 1 sq. m. in the first year of cultivation. In subsequent years, the yield increases to 1.5-2 kg. Fruiting occurs 5-6 months after germination and lasts from June to October with small breaks-up to 2 weeks after each major harvest.