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Plum
Plum

CHICKASAW PLUM  

$29.99

Planting and Care Facts (pdf)Zone: 6-9

Plum Size Info

Size: 3 Gal., 4-5 Ft.

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Product Description

Chickasaw Plum – Native Hardy Plums!

A true edible ornamental, thickets of native Chickasaw plum are a welcome sight to bears, raccoons, foxes, deer, man, and other wildlife. They provide abundant crops of small bright red plums that ripen to yellow and make delicious jelly. In the early spring, while other deciduous trees are still dormant, Chickasaws announce their presence with stunning clouds of tiny pure white fragrant flowers. Drought tolerant once established. Use Bruce, Byrongold, Robusto, Segundo, Guthrie or to pollinate. Ripens early to mid June. Zones 6-9.

Note: We’re so sorry… but due to agricultural restrictions we cannot ship any plants to international countries, or the states of California, Hawaii and Alaska. Also, no citrus trees can be shipped outside of the state of Florida.

Additional Information

Pot Size

3 Gal

Plant Height

4-5 Ft.

Planting Zone

6-9

Pollinator

Bruce, Byrongold, Guthrie Chickasaw, Robusto, Segundo

Ripening Season

Early to mid June