The wood of the Mirabelle (Prunus domestica subsp. syriaca), also known as yellow plum, is a subspecie of the plum (Prunus domestica). It is a very nice wood.
It has mostly very fine, closely spaced annual rings. The sapwood is relatively light, the heartwood is rather dark, however, the two are not always clearly distinguished. When drying, it unfortunately tends to tear. The wood is hard and tough, suitable for displaying small details.
Unfortunately, there is nowhere adequately described. I like the grain of this wood. One can achieve very nice effects with it and it can be carved pretty well.