For picking late September and into October. The fruits are large, oval and purple blue/black with a yellow, rich, juicy flesh. The fruits hang on the tree well and when fully ripe, are of excellent dessert quality. Superb for all culinary purposes. A very heavy crop is produced on vigorous, upright trees. Cooks extremely well, recommended as a dual purpose, late season plum of very good quality. Self fertile, so no pollinators are needed.