They have sweet, juicy yellowish-green flesh.
The tree is self-fertile to the point that it will even need some thinning as the fruit is growing. It is ready for harvesting late summer, early fall.
Can be used for cooking or eating out of hand.
The plum was bred around 1850 (some think 1843) by a Mr Dowling of Woolston, Southampton, England.
Named after a philanthropist, the Baroness Angelina Burdett-Coutts (1814–1906), grand-daughter of the banker Thomas Coutts.