de Nancy Mirabelle

Mirabelle

Description: De Nancy is a good dessert and culinary variety. Very small, roundish-ovate fruits that are yellow-orange with green tinges and red spots. Flesh is golden yellow, rich and sweet in flavour, fairly dry; freestone. Eat fresh from the tree or use for bottling and preserves. Resistant to frost. The tree itself is a neat pyramid shape.

History: Developed by Muriel Smith in France during the 16th Century.

Pollination Partners: Mirabelle Golden Sphere Mirabelle Gypsy Plum Avalon Plum Herman Plum Rivers Early Prolific Gage Jefferson Gage Dennistons Superb Gage Golden Sphere

Attributes

  • Uses: Cooking
  • Uses: Eating
  • Picking month: September
  • Pollination group: Pollination group 1

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