Japanese Plum Tree- we had these growing in our yard in Florida. Love and miss these, since living in the Southwest now for several years. These were so good and juicy :)

Japanese Plum Tree- we had these growing in our yard in Florida. Love and miss these, since living in the Southwest now for several years. These were so good and juicy :)

Japanese Plum Tree Eriobotrya Japonica, xd orchard pot

Japanese Plum Tree Eriobotrya Japonica, xd orchard pot

Japanese Plum Yew 'Korean Gold' | Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Korean Gold' or 'Ogon' | full to partial shade| moist well-drained soil but will tolerate drought when established | zones(5)6-9 | deer resistant | new foliage yellow turns green as it ages | columnar form

Japanese Plum Yew 'Korean Gold' | Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Korean Gold' or 'Ogon' | full to partial shade| moist well-drained soil but will tolerate drought when established | zones(5)6-9 | deer resistant | new foliage yellow turns green as it ages | columnar form

Loquat 'Japanese Plum' on Fast Growing Trees Nursery

Loquat 'Japanese Plum'

Loquat 'Japanese Plum' on Fast Growing Trees Nursery

Satsuma Plum Tree, Japanese type (Semi-dwarf)

Satsuma Plum Tree, Japanese type (Semi-dwarf)

Painting the Four Gentlemen - An Introduction to Chinese Brush Painting | Features | Painters Online

Painting the Four Gentlemen - An Introduction to Chinese Brush Painting | Features | Painters Online

What Season Does the Japanese Plum Tree Have Fruit on It? | Home Guides | SF Gate

What Season Does the Japanese Plum Tree Have Fruit on It?

What Season Does the Japanese Plum Tree Have Fruit on It? | Home Guides | SF Gate

Love the vivid redness of the leaves & the pot is just perfect ❤️❤️❤️

Love the vivid redness of the leaves & the pot is just perfect ❤️❤️❤️

The most common plum variety grown is European plum, which is primarily turned into preserves and other cooked products. If you want a juicy plum to eat right off the tree, the choice is most likely a Satsuma Japanese plum tree. Click here for more info.

Japanese Plum Information – How To Grow Satsuma Plums

The most common plum variety grown is European plum, which is primarily turned into preserves and other cooked products. If you want a juicy plum to eat right off the tree, the choice is most likely a Satsuma Japanese plum tree. Click here for more info.

Loquat/Japanese Plum Tree

How to Grow Loquat, Growing Loquat Tree from Seed

Loquat/Japanese Plum Tree

Loquat, Eriobotrya japonica, sometimes called Japanese plum or Japanese Medlar, is an attractive small tree or shrub that is frequently planted in landscapes as an ornamental in Louisiana. The tree has large thick evergreen leaves, a moderate rate of growth and does well in most well-drained soils. It can be used as an edible landscape plant.

Loquat, Eriobotrya japonica, sometimes called Japanese plum or Japanese Medlar, is an attractive small tree or shrub that is frequently planted in landscapes as an ornamental in Louisiana. The tree has large thick evergreen leaves, a moderate rate of growth and does well in most well-drained soils. It can be used as an edible landscape plant.

Japanese Plum, Santa Rosa The most-widely grown plum. Self-fertile and a good pollinizer,with firm, excellent fruits. Large plums are attractive, reddish-purple, with bright yellow flesh. Very early to harvest and one of the enduring Luther Burbank creations, expect peak harvest in mid August.

Japanese Plum, Santa Rosa The most-widely grown plum. Self-fertile and a good pollinizer,with firm, excellent fruits. Large plums are attractive, reddish-purple, with bright yellow flesh. Very early to harvest and one of the enduring Luther Burbank creations, expect peak harvest in mid August.

Methley Plum-A heavy bearer, Methley grows clusters of plums all throughout the tree. Vigorous and disease-resistant to fungal diseases like rust. A superb pollinator for other Japanese plum trees. Heat-tolerant. Clingstone. Ripens in mid July. Self-pollinating

Methley Plum-A heavy bearer, Methley grows clusters of plums all throughout the tree. Vigorous and disease-resistant to fungal diseases like rust. A superb pollinator for other Japanese plum trees. Heat-tolerant. Clingstone. Ripens in mid July. Self-pollinating

Japanese plum tree

Tips on Planting, Pruning, and Taking Care of Japanese Plum Trees

Japanese plum tree

Late Santa Rosa Japanese Plum Tree from GrowOrganic.com

Late Santa Rosa Japanese Plum Tree from GrowOrganic.com

Beauty Japanese Plum

Beauty Japanese Plum

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