Maturity Date:July 25 to August 10
Chilling Hours:400
Sold Out Of State:Available Upon Request
Container Type:Bare Root

The prolonged harvest window of the Friar plum makes it an attractive choice for the commercial grower. This large, round plum has dark purple-to-black skin, mild amber flesh and a very small stone. Blooming in mid-season, Friar begins to ripen in the 4th week of July. Friar is self-fruitful, but more productive when mixed with a small percentage of pollenizers such as Santa Rosa or Blackamber. The tree is upright and economical. Estimated chilling requirement 400 hours.

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