Introduced by the U of Saskatchewan in 1960, this plum has a unique weeping growth habit. The fruit is 4 to 5 cms in diameter, deep red with a slight waxy bloom. The flesh is firm, sweet and aromatic and the skin is thin and not sour. This cultivar ripens mid September. A much larger and sweeter than other hardy plums, excellent for fresh eating, baking, jams and drying. Needs wild plum to pollinate. Mature ht ? m (15 ft).