One of the latest varieties of mirabelle plum resistant to plum pox virus (Sharka) and well resistant to to other fungal diseases.
Crossing: Mirabelle von Herrenhausen x free pollination, 1994
Vigour: weak to moderate, upright, compact canopy, growth height 3 - 4 m
Blossom: early, cross-pollination recommended, pollinators any plum variety. Blossom formation on annual and perennial wood.
Fruit: weight 30 - 35 g, orange-yellow
Pulp: firm, juicy, orange-yellow, freestone
Taste: just average
Harvest season: mid-August
Yield: high, stable, regular
Disease resistance: tree highly tolerant of sharka, not susceptible to Monilia as fruit rot and wood damage, not susceptible to rust, aphid and spider mite infestation. Overall high fruit, leaf and wood health, the only risk of cultivation is early flowering.
|Details and Specifications|
|Pot growing plant:||yes|
|Rootstock Characteristics and Description:||St. Julien A - semi-dwarf rootstock for cold areas with fluctuating spring temperatures due to inconsistent spring weather conditions. Apricot trees grown on St. Julien rootstocks tend to come into bearing after 3-4 years. They can be used to produce free-standing trees (with no staking required once established)|
|Ultimate Height:||3,5 - 4 m|