Japanese Plum Tree- we had these growing in our yard in Florida. Love and miss these, since living in the Southwest now for several years. These were so good and juicy :)

Japanese Plum Tree- we had these growing in our yard in Florida. Love and miss these, since living in the Southwest now for several years. These were so good and juicy :)

Japanese plum tree

Tips on Planting, Pruning, and Taking Care of Japanese Plum Trees

Japanese Plum, Santa Rosa  The most-widely grown plum.  Self-fertile and a good pollinizer,with firm, excellent fruits.  Large plums are attractive, reddish-purple, with bright yellow flesh.  Very early to harvest and one of the enduring Luther Burbank creations, expect peak harvest in mid August.

Japanese Plum, Santa Rosa The most-widely grown plum. Self-fertile and a good pollinizer,with firm, excellent fruits. Large plums are attractive, reddish-purple, with bright yellow flesh. Very early to harvest and one of the enduring Luther Burbank creations, expect peak harvest in mid August.

Kosode with blooming Japanese plum trees and circular windows. Period / Date  Edo period (1603-1868) 18th century. Medium  Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen), embroidery and printed freckled pattern on light-purple silk crepe (chirimen).  Museum collection

Kosode with blooming Japanese plum trees and circular windows. Period / Date Edo period (1603-1868) 18th century. Medium Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen), embroidery and printed freckled pattern on light-purple silk crepe (chirimen). Museum collection

The most common plum variety grown is European plum, which is primarily turned into preserves and other cooked products. If you want a juicy plum to eat right off the tree, the choice is most likely a Satsuma Japanese plum tree. Click here for more info.

Japanese Plum Information – How To Grow Satsuma Plums

The most common plum variety grown is European plum, which is primarily turned into preserves and other cooked products. If you want a juicy plum to eat right off the tree, the choice is most likely a Satsuma Japanese plum tree. Click here for more info.

[转载]一些简单的DIY--亲子教育 because yes, I can read Chinese or Japanese or whatever this is!

[转载]一些简单的DIY--亲子教育 because yes, I can read Chinese or Japanese or whatever this is!

Katabira with fans and Japanese plum trees, 18th century | Tie dyeing (shibori), printed freckled patternwith emboss treatment (uchidasi-kanoko) and embroidery on indigo plain weave silk (habutae) ground

Katabira with fans and Japanese plum trees, 18th century | Tie dyeing (shibori), printed freckled patternwith emboss treatment (uchidasi-kanoko) and embroidery on indigo plain weave silk (habutae) ground

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