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Mr. Jack has a farm
and on his farm
he has lots of trees
Fruit Trees here,
Blueberries there,
and Cypress Trees
and on his farm
he has lots of fun

 Santa Rosa Plum Minimize

Santa Rosa Plum Marianna

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Mature Height:

12 - 14 ft.

Mature Spread:

12 - 15 ft.

Sun Exposure:

Full Sun

Soil Moisture:


Soil Type:

Widely Adaptable




Native to Japan



Will Produce Fruit:


Bloom Period:

Late May


Late July

Support Required:


Root Stock:

 Description Minimize

The Santa Rosa Plum tree produces plums that have a delicious flavor. The fruit is large, attractive, dark reddish purple color with red flesh. The fruit is firm and of good quality. One of the most frequently planted Japanese plums. It is a self pollinating tree and thus can be planted in locations where pollination is not needed.

 Bloom/Harvest Characteristics Minimize

Will produce fruit in 3 to 5 years. Bloom period around late May and harvest period is in late July.

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Propagation methods are done from semi-hardwood cuttings, seed, or direct sow after last frost. To do seed collecting, allow unblemished fruit to ripen, clean and dry seeds. Properly cleaned, seed can be successfully stored.

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Excellent for home drying along with its fresh taste when it ripens. Good - quality Santa Rosa plums will be fairly firm to slightly soft with smooth skin. Also great for fresh eating, cooking, and canning. They freeze remarkably well, just throw them into a ziplock bag and they can be kept for months! Good for making ice cream, sorbet or compote.

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Although plums are native to Asia, Europe, and America, most U.S. production is in the Japanese varities wich are red and yellow.

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