[nafex] Favorite plums
pxbacher at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 13:25:35 EST 2012
I have no experience with the plums you listed, but wanted to put in a good
word for beach plums (prunus maritima) with which I am familiar, and which
make wonderful jelly (my preference) or jam. They're also not bad eaten
out of hand, though a little bland for my taste.
Zone 6b/7a Southeast PA
On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 6:18 PM, Steven Covacci <filtertitle at aol.com> wrote:
> This topic is on favorite plums, separate by grouping: Japanese, European
> and North American
> 1. Japanese plums: does anyone feel that Shiro is better than Methley? Is
> Shiro partially self-fertile? Will P. americana pollinate these hybrid
> Japanese plums (P. cerasifera x salicina).
> 2. European plums: does anyone feel d'Agen is a better-flavored plum than
> Imperial Epineuse? Is Green Gage (one single type?) the best P. x
> domestica plum?
> 3. Native plums: what are your thoughts on cultivars and the straight
> species of American plum, chickasaw plum, wild goose plums (P. munsoniana;
> P. rivularis; P. hortulana)? Is Guthrie (P. augustifolia x spp.) much
> better flavored than the straight species A. augustifolia.
> Thank you,
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