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How to Grow Native Plum Trees

by Susan Steen
Native plum trees, also known as native American plums, hedge plums or wild plums, are easy to grow in Hardiness Zones 3 through 8. Fruit produced by the native plum is used primarily for making jellies, jams and preserves, as these plums are not so tasty eaten raw. Native plums are grown more often...
Patricia Abbott
Patricia Abbott • 1 year ago

How to Grow Native Plum Trees thumbnail. Another great one to plant for increased self-sufficiency...they are pretty but the plums make wonderful jam and jelly as well!

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