Myrobolan rootstock plum
Prunus cerasifera, Hardiness : Zone 4
Other names
Cherry plum
Category
Rootstock
Availability
30-65cmNR
    quantity available: 3
7.00$
65-100cmNR
    quantity available: 1
12.00$
100-150cmNR
    quantity available: 1
22.00$
Features
Height X Width
10.0m X 8.0m
Foliage
-
Flowering
-
Edible parts description
Yellow to red small plum cherry lookalike, slightly sour
Resistances
-
Sun exposure
-
Soil type
-
Edible parts
Fruit
Pollination
-
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Description, from Wikipedia

Wild types are large shrubs or small trees reaching 8–12 m (25–40 feet) tall, sometimes spiny, with glabrous, ovate deciduous leaves 3–7 cm (1–3 in) long.: 196  It is one of the first European trees to flower in spring, often starting in mid-February before the leaves have opened. The flowers are white or pale pink and about 2 cm (34 in) across, with five petals and many stamens. The fruit is an edible drupe, 2–3 cm in diameter, ripening to yellow or red from early July to mid-September. They are self-fertile but can also be pollinated by other Prunus varieties such as the Victoria plum. The plant propagates by seed or by suckering, and is often used as the rootstock for other Prunus species and cultivars.