Is Flavorella from DWN a Pluot or a Plumcot? It's listed as a Plumcot on their website, but most people refer to it as a Pluot. I'm making markers for my trees, and would like to have it as accurate as possible.
I believe it's a 50:50 cross of apricot and plum. It has many characteristics of both. A very unique fruit.
The pluots to me all look and taste much more like plums than apricot.
50:50 makes it a Plumcot, correct?
Yes that's a plumcot.