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American beach plum (Prunus maritima)

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--- Quote from: Miguel.pt on February 24, 2015, 02:56:47 PM ---Thanks Pancrazio,

I've checked that website and those seem to be seed issued plants and from what I read they are not always good... so I prefer to start with some selected varieties if I ever can find those... moreover they had only one plant and I seem to remember reading that this species needs "two to dance"...

The search continues... anybody else can help me?

Thanks in advance

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I know people in the NE of U.S. most likely would have variety selections. I have never grew it, but heard it was popular fruit for making preserves. This article can help with research into it; http://davesgarden.com/guides/articles/view/1017/

Source of trees; http://www.oikostreecrops.com/Edible-Fruits/Plums/c-6-68-82/
Seeds: https://sheffields.com/seeds-for-sale/Prunus/maritima///////1140//Beach-Plum

Hi Nullzero

Thank for the info.
I'm more interested in fresh eating than preserves... so if possible I prefer some varieties selected for fresh eating... please remember me in case you find someone growing these.
Thanks in advance


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