Prunus domestica

plum
European plum

Summary

Stone fruit species that includes several varieties (e.g. Common plums, damsons, mirabelle); cultivated in Europe, Asia (China) and parts of the Americas; pollinated by bees.

Trial locations

Locationsort icon Country
Bistrita Romania
Georgia (GA) USA
Llíria Spain
Poland Poland
Praha-Ruzyně Czech Republic
Romania Romania
South Carolina (SC) USA
Spain Spain
West Virginia (WV) USA

Links & documents

USA 2010-19

2010 - 2016
0.5
unknown
Georgia (GA)
2010 - 2013
4
unknown
West Virginia (WV)

USA 2000-09

2003 - 2004
unknown
unknown
South Carolina (SC)
2006 - 2007
1
unknown
West Virginia (WV)
2008 - 2012
4.1
unknown
West Virginia (WV)
2008 - 2011
6
unknown
South Carolina (SC)
2008
0.02
unknown
West Virginia (WV)
2008 - 2011
0.5
unknown
South Carolina (SC)

USA 1990-99

unknown
acreage not provided
unknown
West Virginia (WV)
unknown
0.5
unknown
West Virginia (WV)
2000 - 2009
0.5
unknown
West Virginia (WV)

Europe

unknown
unknown
unknown
Romania
2006 - 2012
260 m2
unknown
Praha-Ruzyně
2005 - 2010
1200 m2
unknown
Llíria
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spain
2007 - 2013
1400 m2
unknown
Bistrita
2011 - 2019
1200 m2
unknown
Bistrita
unknown
unknown
unknown
Poland

Application withdrawn

2010 - 2016
1
Georgia (GA)

Prunus domestica (sometimes referred to as Prunus × domestica) is a Prunus species with many varieties. These are often called "plums" in common English, though not all plums belong to this species.