Ruby cherry plum fruit is sweeter than most cherry plums, but still has slightly tangy flavor. Try growing Ruby cherry plums for use in canning, baking and other culinary pursuits. The following article will help get you started.
Gypsy cherry plum trees produce large, dark red fruit that looks much like a large Bing cherry. Originating in the Ukraine, cherry plum ‘Gypsy’ is a cultivar favored throughout Europe and is hardy to H6. The following Gypsy cherry plum info will help with growing this tree.
If you love plums and want to add a little variety to the landscape, try growing a Golden Sphere plum. Golden Sphere cherry plum trees bear large golden fruit about the size of an apricot that can be eaten fresh out of hand, juiced or preserved. Learn more here.
Not everyone has room for a large tree. As a landscape designer and garden center worker, I often suggest smaller ornamentals for these situations. Newport plum is one. Click this article for Newport plum info and helpful tips on how to grow a Newport plum.
Should I cut back Myrobalan plum? While frequent or excessively trimming a cherry plum is not recommended, it may be necessary at times. Click on the article the follows to learn when and how to prune Myrobalan cherry plums.
?Cherry plum? a group of Asian plum trees that are commonly called cherry plum trees. It could also refer to the hybrid fruits which are literally a cross between plums and cherries. This article will explain the differences of trees commonly called cherry plums.
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