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The fruit of Cacak’s Best plum is best for picking in mid August. It blooms mid-early. Its good pollinators are Cacak’s Early, Cacak’s Beauty and Stanley. The tree yields a lot of fruit. The dark blue fruit is quite large and oval in shape. The flesh is greenish-yellow, firm, quite juicy and delicious in taste.
It is ripe for picking in the second half of August and early September. Stanley is cultivar of medium luxuriance. The fruit is large, oval-elongated in shape, of deep blue colour and appealing to the eye. It yields double fruit sporadically. The flesh is greenish-yellow, firm, quite juicy, sweetish in flavour and of good quality. The pit is quite large and easily detaches from the flesh (freestone variety). Mellow fruit easily come off of the tree.
The fruit of Cacak’s Early is ripe for picking in late June and early July. The fruit itself is large to extremely large, oval in shape and in shades of purple and blue. The flesh is yellow-green, firm, quite juicy and having sweet aroma. The pit detaches from the flesh (freestone variety). Fully ripe fruits have short shelf life and poor shipping quality. Otherwise it is a good shipper.
Cacak’s Beauty plum variety is ready for picking in late July and early August. The fruit is medium large, oval in shape and very appealing to the eye. The fruit's peel is dark blue, getting blue in colour well ahead of the maturity of the fruit itself. The flesh is firm and juicy with aromatic sweet-sourish taste. The pit easily detaches from the flesh (freestone variety).
The fruit of Cacak’s Native is large, elongated, of deep blue coloured skin, covered with epicuticular wax. A heavy cropper, suitable for drying. The flesh is green-yellow, firm, juicy, sweet and aromatic. The pit easily detaches from it (freestone cultivar). It is ripe for picking in the third week of August.
The fruit is ready for picking in mid July. Round in shape, it is very large and with blue skin. The flesh is yellowish-green, firm, juicy and of delicious taste. It partially or completely detaches from its pit (semiclingstone to freestone variety). The tree is moderately vigorous and with medium cropping potential.
It is ready for picking from mid to late September. The fruit is oval in shape. Its ground colour is greenish-yellow, mostly covered with a purple colour. The pit does not come off completely from the flesh (semiclingstone variety), but the skin is easy to pull off. The flesh is quite rough, light yellow and in good development and full maturity is sweet and tasty.
The fruit of Pozegaca plum is ripe for picking in late August or early September and even much later in colder areas and high altitude regions. It is typically oval in shape with dark blue skin heavily covered with epicuticular wax. Golden yellow in colour, the flesh is firm, juicy, with recognizable sweet-sourish flavour and of unparalleled quality when it comes to plum cultivars known so far.