If you have several American hybrid plum trees which bloom, but fail to fruit, then this might be what you need. While the American hybrids, as a whole can thrive in the North where other plums falter, they are notoriously persnickety to pollinate in a cool spring. Wild plums have long been recognized as the best pollenizers. The University of Saskatchewan sent us this budwood from a tree identified as being exceptional in this respect. Tuck one in next to your other plums and use it's fruit for tasty preserves.
SEMI-FERTILE* | ZONE 3 | HARVEST: EARLY SEPT.