This Japanese plum tree fulfills two purposes in your yard — producing beautiful, white spring blooms and delicious fruit. The plums are large in size with red to purple coloring, ripening midseason. Their fine-textured clingstone flesh is delicious when eaten fresh, canned, or used in cooking.
While the Santa Rosa plum is a self-pollinator, you’ll harvest a better crop when planted with other Japanese varieties.
Height: 16 - 20'
Spread: 16 - 20'
Spacing: 18 - 20'
Exposure: Full Sun