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(Au Amber Plum, Japanese Plum)

This exceptional variety of Japanese plum is sweet, very juicy and best eaten fresh right off the tree. Developed at the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station at Auburn University, this easy to grow selection is well adapted to the southern United States and other hot humid regions. A small shrubby tree native to China, Japanese plum takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Most Japanese plums grown today are actually hybrids between...

(Beauty Plum, Japanese Plum)

Although native to China, this small shrubby deciduous tree takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Japanese plums are now grown worldwide. White flowers in late winter or early spring give rise to green-, red-, yellow-, blue-, or purple-skinned fruit with yellow, red, or green flesh. They ripen in late spring or summer, depending on the variety. Rounded, glossy leaves follow the flowers.

Japanese plums do best with full sun,...

(Black Ruby Plum, Japanese Plum)

This exceptional variety of purple Japanese plum is sweet, super juicy and best eaten fresh right off the tree. Developed by Dr. William R. Okie at the USDA Agricultural Station in Byron, Georgia, this easy to grow selection is well adapted to the Southeast United States and other hot humid climates. A small shrubby tree native to China, Japanese plum takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Most Japanese plums grown today are actually...

(Brook Gold Plum, Japanese Plum)

Although native to China, this small shrubby deciduous tree takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Japanese plums are now grown worldwide. White flowers in late winter or early spring give rise to green-, red-, yellow-, blue-, or purple-skinned fruit with yellow, red, or green flesh. They ripen in late spring or summer, depending on the variety. Rounded, glossy leaves follow the flowers.

Japanese plums do best with full sun,...

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Bosh Bruening

(Bruce Plum, Japanese Plum)

A small shrubby tree native to China, Japanese plum takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Japanese plums are now grown worldwide. A hybrid between Japanese plum and plums native to the United States, 'Bruce' is well adapted to the southern United States and other hot humid climates. It bears orange, yellow-fleshed fruit in late spring or early summer. The white flowers appear in late winter or early spring, before the rounded, glossy...

(Burbank Plum, Japanese Plum)

This heirloom variety of Japanese plum is named for its breeder, the famed Luther Burbank. It is super sweet, juicy, and delicious eaten fresh off the tree, but is equally good for cooking. A small shrubby tree native to China, Japanese plum takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Most Japanese plums grown today (including this cultivar) are actually hybrids between Prunus salicina and other plums.

A spreading, semi-dwarf...

(Elephant Heart Plum, Japanese Plum)

Although native to China, this small shrubby deciduous tree takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Japanese plums are now grown worldwide. White flowers in late winter or early spring give rise to green-, red-, yellow-, blue-, or purple-skinned fruit with yellow, red, or green flesh. They ripen in late spring or summer, depending on the variety. Rounded, glossy leaves follow the flowers.

Japanese plums do best with full sun,...

(Golf Gold Plum, Japanese Plum)

Although native to China, this small shrubby deciduous tree takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Japanese plums are now grown worldwide. White flowers in late winter or early spring give rise to green-, red-, yellow-, blue-, or purple-skinned fruit with yellow, red, or green flesh. They ripen in late spring or summer, depending on the variety. Rounded, glossy leaves follow the flowers.

Japanese plums do best with full sun,...

(Japanese Plum, Mariposa Plum)

Although native to China, this small shrubby deciduous tree takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Japanese plums are now grown worldwide. White flowers in late winter or early spring give rise to green-, red-, yellow-, blue-, or purple-skinned fruit with yellow, red, or green flesh. They ripen in late spring or summer, depending on the variety. Rounded, glossy leaves follow the flowers.

Japanese plums do best with full sun,...

Image of Prunus salicina

Bosh Bruening

(Japanese Plum, Methley Plum)

A small shrubby tree native to China, Japanese plum takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Most Japanese plums grown today are actually hybrids between Prunus salicina and other plums. The variety 'Methley' bears purple, red-fleshed fruit in late spring or early summer. The white flowers appear in late winter or early spring, before the rounded, glossy leaves.

This Japanese plum does best with full sun, fertile well-drained...