Abundance

Large, roundish ovoid, with unequal sides; color bright red over yellow ground; dots numerous; stem short and strong; suture distinct but shallow. Flesh firm, meaty, pleasant-flavored, but not high in quality. Season early. One of the most widely popular of the Japanese plums. Triflora.

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Archduke

Large, oval, necked, color dark blue with numerous russet dots, and heavy light-blue bloom; stem medium, stout, in medium-sized cavity; suture extends past the apex. Flesh yellow, meaty, juicy, subacid, very good. Popular east of the lakes. Domestica.

Arctic (Moore's Arctic)

Small to medium, roundish oval; color black with thin blue bloom; suture not distinct; stem slender, about three quarters of an inch long, in slight cavity; suture not distinct. Flesh yellowish amber color, tender, subacid; quality very good. Said to be very hardy, but in prairie States it is not hardier than Lombard. Domestica.

Plum: Arctic

Arctic.