Plum Tree - Superior
Small Cold Tolerant Plum Tree
The Superior Plum tree is a Japanese-American cross that is grown sucessfully in cold regions and is hardy to -30. It is good for zones 4-8.
It Is a variety selected for it's large size, vigorous growth, and hardiness. It matures to a manageable size of 12'-15' with an equal spread.
The Superior fruit is fire red with yellow flesh, clingstone, ripening the first days of August which are ideal for eating off the tree and is also excellent for jam, jelly and desserts.
It is a great pollinator for other Japanese plum varieties and can be pollinated with Alderman, Bubblgum, Toka, or wild plums and needs a pollinator, so buy two. The Superior is a good variety for cold regions with consistent, abundant harvests.
With this plum tree, you have a tree that bears earlier and heavier than most plum trees.
*Abundant, Consistent Harvests
|Mature Height||Dwarf: 8 - 14 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Harvest Period||Late August|