A dual purpose purple plum with good flavour and reliable cropping
Origin: Hungary, 1870
Pollination: Anna Spath is partially self-fertile and would produce some crop without a pollinator but would benefit considerably from a pollinator.
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History and description of Anna Spath
Discovered at Kadoszbeg, Hungary in 1870 and introduced by Spath of Berlin in 1874.
Medium large, oval-oblong purple fruit with good flavour. Free stone. Can be used as both a dessert and culinary plum.
Vigorous upright tree bearing good crops.
Characteristics of Anna Spath plum and gage trees
|Use||Dual Cul & Des |
|Picking time|| |
|Season of use||L Sep |
|Self-fertility||Partially self-fertile |