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Sand Plum Tree
Sand Plum Tree

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The Sand plum tree,  Prunus angustifolia 'Chickasaw' is a common native plum to the United States that is found growing in the Southeastern United States that usually can be found growing along field crop fence lines in clumps, that sprout from the seed of wild plum groves that were left by wildlife birds and other Wildlife animals that feed on the fruit.  Wildlife and children love to gather in May and June around these Chickasaw trees to feed on these plums that ripen in varying degrees of sour and sweet flavors.  The Sand  plum is an excellent pollinator for plum trees because of its constant production of flowers, pollen and fruit over an extended period of time.  This Chickasaw plum tree is recommended as a companion, pollinating tree for most other commercial plum cultivars.

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5 of 5 looks good April 26, 2018
Reviewer: Julianna Willeford from Nilwood, IL United States  
pleased with the quality of my tree

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4 of 5 Sand Plum Tree May 4, 2017
Reviewer: kevin musick from clovis, NM United States  
All nine trees survived the shipping, they arrived today & I planted them the same day, all of them were just beginning to leaf out so that was a good sign with a little TLC they should all do well!

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