Chickasaw Plum

Chickasaw Plum

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Latin Name- Prunus Angustifolia Hardy Planting Zone- 6-9 Mature Height- 12-20 ft Width-15-20 Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun to Partial Shade


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Chickasaw Plum - Prunus Angustifolia

The Chickasaw Plum is a medium growing fruit tree that grows best in dry, loose sandy soil in full sun in zones 5-9. It has slender, oblong leaves and scaly bark. In March to April, it blooms with off-white flowers that measure less than ½ inch across. Thin skinned fruit will appear from June to August. This thickly branched, the small tree will grow to be of 14-25 feet high.

Chickasaw Plum is a wild developing plum tree that can be seen developing out in the wild in an expansive field or even in lush ranges. It is a decent tree because it will adjust exceptionally well to a wide range of soil and needs sun yet can likewise live in incompletely shaded regions. It will make an excellent tree add to a patio nursery or to finish the grass. It looks superb when develop and starts to blossom including a burst of life and shading to all ranges.

The Chickasaw Plum tree will look astonishing when used to make those unique outskirts around a yard or to line a long walkway or garage. This tree looks stunning when they are in blossom and will have fantastic white blooms amid March and will likewise have delightful green leaves that will add to be the excellence of this tree. It will look astounding and will be shocking when this tree is in blossom. The Plumtree likewise has the natural product that will seem, by all accounts, to be a yellow or pinkish shading when they are ready, and this organic product will be exceptionally succulent. This tree is extraordinary because on the off chance that you have a patio nursery range that is liable to drier soils it will flourish and do exceptionally well. It won't take a ton of consideration to get this tree to develop and get to be delightful. The bark on this tree will likewise be verging on dark, and the branches will have all the earmarks of being a red shading when developed. Chickasaw Plum





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