Prunus domestica Late. Imperial Epineuse x Grand Duke. Vineland Stn, Ontario, 1967.
An excellent all-purpose large semi-freestone fruit with purple-blue speckled skin and greenish-yellow flesh. Best for fresh eating but, like the others, also good dried or canned.
In our central Maine trials, this plum has been productive, high quality, cold hardy and resistant to bacterial leaf spot. Ripens a bit after Stanley, in late September or early October. Z4. (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.