Plums, Japanese (Prunus salicina)

Plums, Japanese (Prunus salicina)

Japanese Plums (Prunus salicina)

Attractive fast growing trees produce abundant crops of large juicy sweet fruits that are excellent for fresh eating. Trees bear at a young age and grow to 15 feet. They are early blooming, fruit best in milder climates and need less winter chill than European plums. Grafted on Marianna 2624 rootstock. Hardy zones 5-9.

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Plums, Japanese (Prunus salicina)

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Japanese Plums (Prunus salicina)

Attractive fast growing trees produce abundant crops of large juicy sweet fruits that are excellent for fresh eating. Trees bear at a young age and grow to 15 feet. They are early blooming, fruit best in milder climates and need less winter chill than European plums. Grafted on Marianna 2624 rootstock. Hardy zones 5-9.

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A very hardy variety popular in northern climates, Superior is vigorous, precocious and very productive of large heart shaped dark-red dessert quality fruits that are juicy with a sprightly flavor....
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A very hardy Prunus salicina X americana cross by N E Hansen of South Dakota Stata in 1923. Medium large bright red, round yellow fleshed, juicy, high quality fruit ripens early. Vigorous tree is...
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Plums, Japanese (Prunus salicina)
Toka Plums are also known as the bubblegum plum for their unique, sweet, bubblegum-y flavor. A hyrbid of an american and japanese plum, Toka produces small-med red fruits that ripen late August-Sep...
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