Japanese plum very valuable for its high frost resistance and very good resistance to fungal diseases.
Origin: one of the best known varieties. Was bred in the USA by crossing Prunus salicina, Prunus simonii and Prunus americana.
Vigour: strong, wide crown, well leafy
Blossom: flowers mid-late, cross-pollinate, needs a polinator. Good pollinators are another varieties of Japanese plum Black Amber or Vanier.
Fruit: large, round, pink-purple to dark purple peel. Suitable for direct consumption and processing.
Pulp: juicy, burgundy, very aromatic
Taste: very good, full, harmonious, rather sweet than sour
Harvest season: mid-August
Yeald: high, stable and regular. Yield occurs in the 3rd - 4th year after planting.
Special notes: especially suitable for gardeners for rich fertility, high yields, high frost hardiness and good taste
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