Japanese Plum Tree Varieties - Knowledgebase Question

Pasco, WA
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Question by selawless
December 18, 1999
I live in the Pacific Northwest in a relatively dry sunny climate (zone 6). I want to plant a couple of Japanese Plum trees, but I don't know which are considered the best, and would do well here. Any suggestions?

Answer from NGA
December 18, 1999
Some of the most attractive Asian plums are also those which do well in your gardening region. 'Beauty' provides the richest flavored fruit,'Methley' produces a heavy crops of medium sized reddish purple plums, 'Shiro' bears sunshine yellow fruit that's very sweet, and 'Early Golden' has golden fruit with a red blush. All of these trees are self-friutful, and all will perform well in your zone 6 garden.

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