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Types of Pluots

Damson
Damson

The damson (/ ˈ d æ m z ə n /) or damson plum (Prunus domestica subsp. insititia, or sometimes Prunus insititia), also archaically called the "damascene" is an edible drupaceous fruit, a subspecies of the plum tree.

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Friar
Friar

Plum & Pluot® Maturity Chart Fruit & Nut Maturity Chart 2018 (full chart) The prolonged harvest window of the Friar plum makes it an attractive choice for the commercial grower.

Greengage
Greengage

The fruit has inspired a film, The Greengage Summer (called The Loss of Innocence in the USA) which is a 1961 British drama film set in France. It was based on the novel The Greengage Summer (1958) by Rumer Godden.

Mirabelle
Mirabelle

The fruit is primarily used in fruit preserves and dessert pies, and its juice is commonly fermented for wine or distilled into plum brandy. Ninety percent of mirabelle plums grown commercially are made into either jam (70%) or eau de vie (20%).

Satsuma Plum
Satsuma Plum

However, it was Floyd Zaiger who … bred the plumcot with a plum to create the pluot—three-fifths plum and two-fifths apricot—and coined the trademarked moniker. While the plumcot is a simple plum and apricot cross, pluots… are the result of intricate crossbreeding over several generations."

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Victoria
Victoria

Pluots are available from spring into fall. Current Facts Pluot is the registered trademark name given to a stonefruit that was developed by Floyd Zaiger of Zaiger Genetics in 1989. Zaiger developed the original pluot from plum and apricot lineage. Zaiger develops all of his hybrid fruits by hand pollination versus genetic modification.

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