Plum - Japanese (Prunus salcina)
Good spring nectar source for bees
pH 5.5-6.5 neutral
Sub Canopy, Large Shrub, Small tree 10' to 15'ft tall can be pruned or espaliered
Space 10-12' apart all around
Cannot ship plants outside the continental US or to the following states: CA, ID,WA,OR
The hardiest plum on earth!
Japanese plums are very sweet and juicy— perfect for fresh eating! In fact, most of the plums you see in grocery stores come from Japanese plum trees. These are self-fertile but fruit set is better with another variety or will pollinate with Manchurian Apricot.