The tree of the mid-growth strength with round-drooping head of mean density. This blossoms early, usually in the late April. The flowering type is protogynous. Pistillate flowers blossom 5-6 days earlier than staminal ones. The best pollenizer is the Kostiuzhensky and Kalarashsky breeds.
The fruits are relatively small with the average weight of a nut being about 10 g. The nuts have cylindrical elongated shape. The fruit top is slightly oblong, the bottom is flat. The shell is thin and loose, the surface is smooth and slightly asperous, lustrous, white-grey. The kernel is of white colour, enveloped by a thin, cream-coloured peel that can be easily and fully separated. Specific weight of the nut meat is 50 %, the fat content is 67.5 %.
The breed indicates improved winter hardiness and constantly high yield. If the tree is given a proper agrotechnical treatment, some fruits may form clusters up to 7-15 pieces.