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Japanese Flowering Plum

Also known as Ume, this attractive and easy to grow small tree is very popular in Japanese gardens. This new introduction has profuse, wonderfully fragrant flowers that were in full bloom in our orchard on February 1! Ume grows slowly and can easily be kept at 6-8 ft. in height with pruning. The orange red, apricot size fruit is tart and very flavorful, and is eaten fresh, candied, or pickled in salt. Japanese Flowering Plum appears to be very resistant to Bacterial Canker and other diseases that affect stone fruits in our region.

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Kanko Bai

Kanko Bai

A popular Japanese variety, Kanko Bai is prized for its abundant, beautiful, fuchsia-red blooms, red tinted foliage, and large, orange-red fruit that looks like a small apricot. Kanko Bai's fruit is particularly good for preserving and pickling.
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