This disease is better known on the peach. Many varieties of plums are said to exhibit the rosette disease, including budded trees and seedlings, cultivated and wild varieties. It has been noted particularly on the Kelsey and Botan varieties in Georgia. With reference to the latter variety, the name has been used synonymously with the Abundance, Berckmans, Red June and Willard, so that it is uncertain which variety is in question. See fuller discussion of rosette under Peach, page 292.