3 years to reach maturity
Trees are in full bloom during the first weeks of September. Plums are harvested in early to mid February.
Plum 'Angeleno' Overview
Plums are medium sized deciduous trees. For best results always ask a local nursery for advice on choosing the best rootstock for your conditions. Angeleno trees need cross pollination, used one of the following: Santa Rosa, Songold or Laetitia. Angeleno plums are the trade name of the cutivar 'Suplum6' and is black with yellow flesh.
Common problems with Plum 'Angeleno'
Plum 'Angeleno' Companion Plants
How to propagate Plum 'Angeleno'
Plums are commercially propagated by budding the desired cultivar on a rootstock.
Special features of Plum 'Angeleno'
Plums make beautiful hedges and can be espaliered to form pretty shapes and patterns.
Other uses of Plum 'Angeleno'
Fruit is used fresh, juiced and preserved. Plums can also be used in cooking and baking. Plum blossom make an excellent tea.