More About 'Pipestone'
- Prunus salicina 'Pipestone'
- Large-sized, red fruit
- Yellow flesh is sweet and juicy
- Good for eating fresh or in jams and jellies
- A hardy cultivar, good for colder climates
- Ripens: Late August
'Pipestone' is a hybrid plum and is not self-pollinating, requiring either European plums or wild plums, for pollination.
Pipestone Plum Growing and Maintenance Tips
Plums grow best in a moist, well-drained loam or clay soil, in full sun. Early, spring flowers are very showy adding to its visual appeal.
Soil MoistureMoist to Average