Pozegaca European Plum
A unique introduction to American gardeners! Also known as Hauszwetsche. In Eastern Europe, Pozegaca is famous for many processing purposes including preserves and brandy. As a high quality heritage plum, it has many clones, which have been developed over centuries. The fruit is small to medium sized with blue skin and a waxy bloom. The flesh is firm, greenish or amber with high sugar and a good acid balance. The pit separates easily. It is self fruitful with an upright tree form. The prolific small fruit forms in thick blue ropes and hangs well on the tree for several weeks after maturity. A reliable late bloomer, and self-fertile.
USDA Zone: 5-9
Grow Height: 12'
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: September - October
Pollination: Self Fertile
Rootstock: Dwarf - St. Julian, Semi-Dwarf - Krymsk-1, Semi_Dwarf - Marianna 2624
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