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Haganta plum trees

Prunus domestica
Haganta
Haganta has received the RHS Award of Garden MeritHaganta is listed in the RHS Plants for Pollinators
Haganta is a new large blue plum variety from Germany, one of the latest-ripening and an excellent flavour.

Haganta plum trees for sale

Bare-root

  • BR11-year bare-root tree VVA-1 rootstock £31.00
    Medium tree (2m-3m after 10 years)
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  • BR21-year bare-root tree Weiwa rootstock £29.50
    Large tree (3m-4m after 10 years)
  • BR31-year bare-root tree Wavit rootstock £33.00
    Large tree (3m-4m after 10 years)
  • BR41-year bare-root tree St. Julien rootstock £28.50
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Next deliveries

Order now for delivery from November for pot grown trees or January onwards for bare-root trees. Mixed pot grown and bare-root trees orders will be sent out from January onwards.

Haganta is a new large blue plum variety from Germany. It is one of the latest-ripening of all plums (September), and therefore a great way to extend your fresh plum season. It makes a good alternative to the traditional English late-season purple plum, Marjorie's Seedling - Haganta arguably has a better flavour, as well as being a bit later.

The plums have an attractive scent. They also last well, both on the tree and then can be kept for a couple of weeks in a fridge without loss of quality.

Haganta is one of the heaviest-cropping of all plums (although not in the same league as Victoria). The stone separates quite easily from the flesh (free-stone).

How to grow

Haganta is partially self-fertile, and also has good disease resistant. The tree is fairly vigorous and productive.

Advice on fruit tree pollination.

History

Haganta was developed at the University of Hohenheim in Germany, and released in 1985. It was developed to have specific resistance to the plum Sharka virus.

It was developed from a Canadian variety called Valor, which in turn is derived from two old plum varieties, Imperial Epineuse and Grand Duke.

Haganta characteristics

Growing

  • Gardening skillAverage
  • Self-fertilityPartially self-fertile
  • Flowering group3
  • Pollinating othersAverage
  • Climate suitabilityTemperate climates
  • WildlifeRHS Plants for Pollinators

Using

  • Picking seasonLate
  • CroppingHeavy
  • Keeping (of fruit)1 week
  • Food usesEating fresh
  • Cling-stoneFreestone

Problems

  • Disease resistanceGood

Identification

  • Country of originGermany
  • Period of origin2000
  • Fruit colourBlue - dark
  • AwardsRHS AGM (current)