Prune Plum 'Stanley'

Prune Plum

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Additional Attributes
Attractive Flower
Attracts Birds/Bees
Non-poisonous to Animals
Non-poisonous to Humans

Large spreading tree, fruiting young and cropping heavily.  Fruit are large and oblong with a beautiful purple/blue skin and green/yellow flesh that's juicy and sweet. Prefers a cooler, temperate climate. They grow best in a sunny, sheltered position in fertile, free-draining soils. Self fertile and makes a great pollinator for some of the other late European plum varieties. Ripens late February. Freestone.

A prune is any of various plum cultivars, mostly Prunus domestica or European Plum sold as fresh or dried fruit. The dried fruit is also referred to as a dried plum. In general, fresh prunes are freestone cultivars (the pit is easy to remove), whereas most other plums grown for fresh consumption are clingstone (the pit is more difficult to remove).(Rootstock=GQU)

3 m
3 m
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100 or more
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Note: Growth, height and grade information are given in good faith but are subject to natural variables beyond our control.