Plum 'Tegera'

Prunus domestica 'Tegera'

Plum 'Tegera'
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This early ripening, deliciously smelling, aromatic-tasting plum has violet-blue fruits at the end of July.
This narrow-growing tree is not only suitable for professional cultivation, but also for private individuals in a small garden or in a fruit hedge.



Blossom time
Planting distance

Distance in hedge

Soil conditions
All soils
Fruit colour
Sweet and sour, firm flesh, loose kernel
Eating fresh, baking, cooking, preserving
Picking season
Season of use
Growing situation
Also above 500 meters altitude, Sun
Mature plant height

Blossom colour
Valuable plant
Medium grower
Producing fruits after
After 1 to 2 years

Disease resistance
Healthy species
Overall appreciation

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'Tegera' - Spindle, 1-year on rootstock Wangenheims in pot

With this maiden form you can make a  bush-tree or spindle tree.
Also convenient for low espaliers (1,5 to 2,5 meter).
€ 18.50

'Tegera' - 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

'Tegera' - Spindle, 2-year on rootstock Seedling

Spindle form, 2-year old on seedling rootstock
With this spindle form you can make your own half- or tall-stemmed fruit trees.
Also suitable for making larger espalier fruit trees (3 to 5 metres in height and width).
Often used in food forests and for low-branched half- or standard trees (kind of climbing tree).
You can also use these plants for low stem on poor dry soil, e.g. forest soil.
€ 21.50

Plum 'Tegera' - Half-standard, 2 years

Photo : half-standard 2-years, before pruning and after pruning
This half-standard tree can reach a height of 4 to 5 meters
Recommended planting distance: 5 to 6 meters
€ 26.75

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