Summer. Thomas Rivers intro, Sawbridgeworth, England, 1901.
Large round-oblong dark blue-black freestone fruit. Fine-grained yellow flesh is crisp and sweet with good acid balance and a slight astringency. Keeps a month in the fridge. The last of the European plums to ripen, about 3 weeks after Stanley. Vigorous upright spreading productive tree. Bred by one of the most revered British horticulturists of the 19th century.
Resistant to black knot and bacterial spot. Z4/5. (3-6' bare-root trees)
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Although European plums are self-pollinating, planting two different varieties will improve pollination. Plant 15–20' apart.