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(Japanese Plum, Ozark Premier Plum)

Developed at Missouri State University and introduced in 1946, this beautiful large plum is highly recommended for home and commercial growing in the Northeast and Midwest United States. Its tart flavorful plums fine for cooking but also sweet enough for fresh eating. 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...

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Bosh Bruening

(Japanese Plum, Santa Rosa Plum)

An heirloom cultivar developed more than 100 years ago by the legendary Luther Burbank, 'Santa Rosa' is still one of the best Japanese plums for cooking or eating. 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 'Santa Rosa') are actually hybrids between Prunus salicina and other plums.

This cultivar bears red-skinned fruit with yellow,...

(Japanese Plum, Satsuma 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, Shiro 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, Superior 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 Psidium cattleianum photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Strawberry Guava)

The aptly named strawberry guava produces beautiful, fragrant white flowers followed by tart, strawberry-flavored fruits. A slow growing evergreen tree from subtropical southeastern Brazil, it has a dense canopy of foliage and smooth, pale reddish brown bark. When young, it has a rounded, shrubby habit but will attain a tree-like stature with age.

The oval leaves are leathery and dark green with gray-green undersides and prominent lighter central veins, or midribs. It flowers most heavily in...

Image of Psidium cattleianum f. lucidum photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Strawberry Guava)

The yellow guava produces beautiful, fragrant white flowers followed by tart, strawberry-flavored fruits. A slow growing evergreen tree from subtropical southeastern Brazil, it has a dense canopy of foliage and smooth, pale reddish brown bark. When young, it has a rounded, shrubby habit but will attain a tree-like stature with age.

The oval leaves are leathery and dark green with gray-green undersides and prominent lighter central veins, or midribs. It flowers most heavily in mid- and late-spring...

Image of Punica granatum photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Pomegranate)

Funky, oddly-shaped, thirst-quenching fruit and beautiful flowers define the pomegranate. This plant, long used by humans, is native to region from Iran to northern India including areas of the Himalayas. It is an evergreen large shrub to small tree. The leaves are held opposite each other on mostly spiny stems and are lance-shaped to oblong. Brilliantly hued blooms are produced at the ends of the branches singly or in clusters throughout the summer. Many orange-red, crinkled petals are held close...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Pomegranate)

Funky, oddly-shaped, thirst-quenching fruit and beautiful flowers define the pomegranate. This plant, long used by humans, is native to region from Iran to northern India including areas of the Himalayas. It is an evergreen large shrub to small tree. The leaves are held opposite each other on mostly spiny stems and are lance-shaped to oblong. Brilliantly hued blooms are produced at the ends of the branches singly or in clusters throughout the summer. Many crinkled petals are held close together in...

(Pomegranate)

Funky, oddly-shaped, thirst-quenching fruit and beautiful flowers define the pomegranate. This plant, long used by humans, is native to region from Iran to northern India including areas of the Himalayas. It is an evergreen large shrub to small tree. The leaves are held opposite each other on mostly spiny stems and are lance-shaped to oblong. Brilliantly hued blooms are produced at the ends of the branches singly or in clusters throughout the summer. Many pinkish-orange, crinkled petals are held...