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Angelina Plum

European Plum


Fruit ripening time: February


A rich flavoured plum, with juicy, sweet flesh. A good all-rounder. A lovely fresh eating plum. Also cooks superbly into sweet deserts.


Fruit are small and oval in shape. The skin is dark-purple, and the flesh is yellow, firm and juicy.

A freestone variety.


The tree is vigorous, easy to grow and will crop heavily and reliably. In favourable years, fruit thinning is recommended.


Uses: Fresh eating, baking, preserves, jams and even liqueurs.


Angelina plum is self-fertile. However, pollination and crop set can be improved with a pollination partner.


Pollinators: Coe's Golden Drop, D’Agen, Greengage, President, Purple Gage, Victoria


Tree Size: Approximately 3 - 5 m tall and 4 m wide, depending on the shape.


Tree Care:

For best results plant in full sun, in fertile, free draining soil, preferably a friable loam with good aeration.


If the soil is free draining, dig a hole twice the size of the root ball, plant the tree so the top of the root ball is level with the soil line and back fill with a soil and compost mixture. If the soil is not free draining, plant the tree in a raised mound of soil and compost mix, to prevent water logging.


Choose a sheltered position, out of strong winds.


Water in well at planting, and water regularly, especially in dry spells. Young trees will benefit from being mulched. Apply mulch in a ring around the tree base, keeping clear of the trunk.


Plums are produced on spurs on 2-year and older wood. Prune in dry weather in winter, to shape your tree and develop a good framework. 

Angelina Plum

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