Zones 3 - 8, Std 9/16" NEW from the University of Wisconsin River Falls. Very popular and hard to come by! A cross between cherry plums and conventional Japanese dessert plums, Black Ice is exceptionally winter hardy and early ripening, making it a great choice for northern gardeners who want to grow fruit. Compact growth makes it easy to manage. Requires a pollinator (Toka).
Zone: 4 - 8, Std 11/16" Blue - European Plum. Good eaten off tree. Excellent for dessert, jam and preserves. Tender, juicy flesh. Considered the best blue cultivar in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Zone 3 - 8. 11/16" Mid-late August, , Large, attractive red fruits for drier areas. Sweet, juicy yellow with excellent quality for jam, jellies, and fresh use. Very hardy. Tree is productive. Clingstone.
Zones 3 - 8 Std 11/16" One of the best pollinators. The medium sized fruit has lovely, apricot-colored skin and rich flavored flesh. It is self-pollinating but generally it will bear more fruit if there is another plum nearby. It will usually bear fruit as a young tree. Ripens mid-August.
Zones 3 - 8 Std 11/16" Fruit is large, red, sweet, juicy and of good quality. Produces well the first season after planting. One of the best market plums. Good for fresh eating or canning. Ripens late August to early September. Best if pollinated with Toka.