Late Muscatelle is an old French dessert plum
Origin: France, 1859
Pollination: Late Muscatelle is self-sterile and would require a pollinator to produce a crop.
History and description of Late Muscatelle
Late Muscatelle plum was raised by Baltet Freres, Troyes, France and introduced in 1859. Medium
sized, round-oblong, purple fruit. Clinging stone. Sweet dessert plum with exceptional flavour.
Characteristics of Late Muscatelle plum and gage trees
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