Full sun, attracts birds, zone 3
Prunus salicina ‘Brookgold’
Pot size #5, #10
Variety of plum that was introduced by the Crop Diversification South Centre, in Brooks, AB. This fruit tree has white blooms in early spring and ripens in August. The plums are large, tasty, golden-yellow and with tender skin. Plums that are great for eating fresh or canning.
Requires pollination and can be pollinated with another Canadian or American plum variety. Recommended: Canadian Plum, Sapalta, Toka
$75.00 – $155.00
An early season, smaller, freestone plum with golden skin and yellow flesh. Excellent for eating fresh and preserves. Japanese plum group. Can be pollinated with Nanking Cherry. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil.