Plum 'Anna Späth'

Prunus domestica 'Anna Späth'

Plum 'Anna Späth'
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Plum "Anna Späth" is a late prune. The fruits are fairly large, dark violet/red, with fine grey dots, somewhat oval to almost round.
Flesh: green with yellow translucency, fine, moderately juicy, firm.
Good to very good dessert fruit.
Pollen very good, partly self-pollinating.
Gives good pollen for fertilization of other plums.


Blossom time
Planting distance

Distance in hedge

Soil conditions
All soils, including dry soils
Fruit colour
Dark violet/red, with fine grey dots
Green with yellow translucency, fine, moderately juicy, firm
Eating out of hand, baking, cooking, pickling
Picking season
Mid September
Season of use
Mid September
Growing situation
Also above the 500 Meter above sea level, Sun, Semi-shade
Mature plant height
Bush 1.75 to 2.75 metres, half standard 4 to 5 metres
Blossom colour
Valuable plant
Medium grower
Producing fruits after
After 1 to 2 years
Partially self-pollinating
Avalon. Bleue de Belgique. Czar. Early Prolific. Monsieur Hâtif. Opal. Reine Claude d'Althan. Reine Claude Oullins. Victoria
Disease resistance
Healthy species
Overall appreciation

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'Anna Späth' - Spindle, 2-year

Photo: spindle 2-years, not pruned and pruned
This spindle tree can be used to make a fruit tree with one central stem with side branches, like it is used in commercial orchards
€ 21.50

'Anna Späth' - Bush, 3-years

Photo: bush, 3-years, before pruning and after pruning
This bush tree can reach a height of 2,5 to 3,5 meter
Convenient for rich and less rich soil
€ 25.50

'Anna Späth' - Half-standard, 3 years

€ 28.95

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