Trees - Plum Damson
The small clingstone prunes are dark purple-black with firm green or golden yellow flesh. The trees display an attractive, rounded shape.
The ovoid green leaves are finely toothed along the edges. Look for clusters of white blooms to appear in spring.
Damson plum trees reach mature heights of about 20 feet (6 m.) with a similar spread, and dwarf trees are about half that size.
Damson plums are self-fruitful and a second tree isn’t required. However, a nearby pollinating partner may result in larger crops.