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Red June Plum - Prunus salicina 'Red June'
Red June Plum - Prunus salicina 'Red June' Grows well in Ann Arbor! Out Of Stock
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Red June Plum - Prunus salicina 'Red June'

Rosaceae Prunus Salicina Red June

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Grows InZone 5A · -20° to -15° F through Zone 9B · 25° to 30° F
Grows in Ann Arbor! (Learn More)
Sun ExposureFull / Mostly Sun
Soil DrainageWell Drained
Resistent ToDrought, Heat
Flower ColorWhite
BloomsEarly Spring Blooms
Foliage ColorDark Green
Average Height20' to 30'
Average Width20' to 30'
AttractsWildlife, Visual Attention, Songbirds / Birds
Additional Information About Red June Plum - Prunus salicina 'Red June'

     ***SHIPPING SEASON FOR BARE ROOT FRUIT TREES***

We take orders year round on bare root fruit trees, but orders ship sometime between Nov 1 thru April 1...

Orders placed after Nov 1 but before April 1 will be shipped by April 1. 


Need help choosing the right varieties of Plum trees?

This is the fun part. There are many selections of plum trees, each with their own fruit color, flavor, ripening time, and more. What really determines the type you should choose is how you want to use them. Most are good for snacking. Others are great for desserts, canning, dried fruits, making jam, jelly, and preserves, and salads. So do a little homework, and click on the link below to use the Apple Tree Information Sheet to help make your selections.

Click here to use the Plum Tree Information Sheet to select the right varieties for your needs


More about Red June Plum...

Introduced in Japan in 1887 as 'Shiro Smoma', this plum tree creates a large amount of firm, glossy carmine red fruit that turn to a darker red when ripe with a tart flavor. Red June plums can be eaten fresh but are most useful for canning, cooking and for jams and preserves. 

Pollination: Self-Pollinating but will benefit if another fruiting plum is planted nearby

Chill Hours: Click here to find chill hours for this and other varieties of plum trees


Helpful Articles Provided For You By Our Experts...

How To Plant A Plum Tree

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How To Prune And Train A Plum Tree

How And When To Harvest And Store Plums


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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