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Plum 'Stanley Prune'

Prunus domestica 'Stanley Prune'

Provides edible fruit

Characteristics:
Considered "the gold standard for prunes", the Stanley is a European plum variety that is self-fertile and disease resistant. They have drier flesh than Japanese plum varieties, are great for kids to eat fresh, and tolerate heat and sun very well. They area also self-fruitful and extremely cold hardy.

Growing Conditions:
In general, fruits need sunlight to ripen fruit and the Stanley prune is no exception.

Uses:
They are a freestone variety that produce juicy, delicious, late-season plums.

Height:
16' at maturity

Width:
16' at maturity

Shape:
rounded canopy (though need annual pruning to maintain shape and produce annual fruit)

Flowers:
spring flowers (that mature into fruits)

Leaves:
simple entire with serrate leaf margin

Bark: