Produces the largest fruit of any Mirabelle or Cherry Plum. The flesh dark red and has a peach-like flavor, and can be eaten fresh although like all mirabelles and cherry plums it is mainly used for cooking.
The large fruit size and red-flesh suggests that Ruby may have some relation to the popular Japanese plums.
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Grows in a more upright habit than other Mirabelles and Cherry Plums, more similar to a plum.
This variety is particularly suited to the UK climate.
As well as the pollination partners mentioned above, Ruby will also cross-pollinate with most early-flowering Plum and Damson varieties.