Saturday, May 10, 2014

Plum Season Has Begun

Again, the first fruit I would recommend in Central Florida is the plum. The Gulf Series isn't large (I think there are four kinds), but they are so fast to mature, so prolific, and so tasty. I got mine from Just Fruits, but I noticed trees at the local nursery... Grafting is always an issue, though, so I tend to stay true to Just Fruits.



10 comments:

Elizabeth Hart said...

Wow - those look amazing. Definitely adding one of these to my wish list!

Heidi said...

Iam getting a plum tree today!

stevo_61 said...

No luck finding gulf series plums at 2 Lowes stores. The Just Fruits link looks interesting but too far from Kissimmee. Maybe I'll just put in another persimmon.

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Tamara said...

This is so cool. Thank you sharing this info. I thought Florida was mostly oranges, but when I go I'm gonna totally try this.

Anonymous said...

the plums are very healthy,and so good. i am always eat it each time i got problem with my stomach.

John said...

These plums are very healthy and amazingly delicious, This is very cool

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