Excellent eating and preserve plum, dark crimson fruit, firm, yellow, sweet flesh. Self pollinates, but will set more fruit with another Japanese plum nearby.
Japan (1959), P. pyrifolia, Kikusui x Wasekozo Tree Medium to vigorous, moderate productivity, susceptible to fire blight and pear blast. Broad oval leaf with attenuate tip, medium serrations. Chilling requirement Moderate, about 600 hours, more than Hosui. Blossom and pollination Mid to late season. Hosui, Chojuro, Nijisseiki. NOT Shinsui. Fruit shape Oblate, medium. Skin and flesh Partially russeted, [...]
Syn. 20th Century Japan, chance seedling found on a rubbish heap in 1898 by Mr Kakunosuke Matsudo at Ishii, Chiba, P. pyrifolia. Tree Medium to low vigour, spreading with wide branch angles, spur bearer, susceptible to fire blight. Ovate leaf with medium serrations, young leaves and shoots are whitely pubescent. Chilling requirement Moderate. Blossom and pollination [...]
Japan (1889), chance seedling of Mr Tatsujiro Toma. P. pyrifolia Tree Moderate vigour, spreading, susceptible to fire blight (Erwinia amylovora). Smallish ovate leaf, with medium serrations and pointed tips. Chilling requirement Moderate. Blossom and pollination Early mid season. Shinsui, Kosui, Nijisseiki, Hosui, WBC, partly self-fertile. Fruit shape Oblate, medium, easier to obtain good sized fruit. Skin [...]
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