Yes, this delicious new fruit really is a cross between a Plum [Japanese type] and an Apricot. The results are as divine as you would expect; the rounded rich red-purple fruits have a decadent deep red interior flesh and ripen for eating in August. The flavour is sweet, super-juicy, complex, rounded and with a hint of warm spiciness. Perfect for eating fresh but also for any culinary uses you may wish to implement. The tree flowers early in March so requires asunny protected spot to yield reliably. It is partially self fertile so will crop on it's own, but also pollinates well with a wide range of plum and gage varieties. Supplied on semi-dwarf VVA stock which will mature to 10' or so, less with pruning. Stock limited.