American Plum

American Plum

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American plum is a wild plum native to Eastern Canada, growing as far west as Manitoba. It has a long flowering cycle and excellent pollen volume to effectively pollinate plum trees. Flowers earlier than then our other wild plum (Canadian Plum). Trees are thicket forming, have thorns and sucker freely. Produces yellow-red blushed plums that ripen in September. The plums can be eaten fresh but are even better for making excellent preserves.


Hardiness Zone: 2

Height: 4 meters (14 feet)

Spread: 3 meters (12 feet)

Soil Preference: Well drained 

Light Exposure: Full sun

Pollination: Self-fertile  

Latin Name: Prunus Americana