alderman plum

Prunus 'Alderman'

Burgundy red – Introduced in 1986 by the University of Minnesota. Excellent fresh or for preserves, soft and sweet. Bears fruit the second season after planting. Fruit is of large size and named after Professor W. H. Alderman. Very attractive and valued as an ornamental. ‘Superior’, ‘Toka’ or ‘Compass’ make good pollinators. MNRC.

Attributes

Height

10-15’

Ripening Date

Late August

Pollinator

Requires Pollinator

Exposure

Full Sun

Zone

4-7

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