Chickasaw Plum One of the few fruits native to North America, originally grew in central Texas and Oklahoma, but Native cultivators spread it eastward to the Atlantic Red, Prolific -Open Field-Forest Edge This species plum makes a delicious tart bright red jelly. Tastes a lot like a sour cherry when left to fully ripen on the tree. Our planting produces loads of 1” plums. Fruit is free of worms without spray. Very high yielding plantFor better fruit set plant 2 or more.
Beach Plum Trees, option if I can't find the Native American Wild Plum. The fruit is amazing, slightly larger than a cherry, backup of I can't find the Native American Wild Plum like we had in Mancos. Zones 3-8 (4-8 suggested from some nurseries)
Beach Plum (prunus maritima) - Native to the shores of New Jersey, this plant has many uses in horticulture, beach conservation and stabilization, as well as the variety of products made from its delicious fruit.