These medium-sized, oval fruit are pale green, becoming pink when fully ripe. The fruit is borne in clusters on long pedicals, making picking easier, hence its name. It has few thorns but are stout and aggressive. Pixwell is too tart for fresh eating, but makes wonderful pies, jams, and preserves. This variety is mildew resistant. Overall height is 4 – 6 feet tall. Very productive plants. Zone 3-8.