The American plum is a small tree that is native throughout much of the central United States. It produces 1”, reddish-purple plums that are best suited for jams or jellies. Though it does grow fruit, this tree is typically planted for ornamental and wildlife value.
- Produces small, reddish-purple plums that ripen in July and August
- Displays white blooms in early spring
- Attracts songbirds, pollinators, wild turkeys, qual, and deer
Spacing Guide for Fruit Trees