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EUROPEAN PLUM Seeds | Prunus domestica


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We currently have available:


EUROPEAN PLUM Seeds -  Prunus domestica


Available in packs of 3 and 9 seeds.


Our exotic European Plum seeds possess a high quality genetic profile and are  pre-stratified for your convenience.


Prunus domestica is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae. It originated in the region around the Caucasus and the Caspian Sea and is at least 2,000 years old. A deciduous tree, it includes many varieties of the fruit trees known as Plums. Typically it forms a large shrub or a small tree. It may be somewhat thorny, with white blossom, borne in early Spring. The oval or spherical fruit varies in size, but can be up to 8cm across. The fruit is sweet and contains a single large seed, called a stone.




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EUROPEAN PLUM Seeds | Prunus domestica

SKU: European Plum Seeds Prunus domestica
PriceFrom AU$11.00
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  • 1. Seed require 10-12 weeks of cold stratification at 1°C prior to sowing. We've already completed this step for you.


    2. Fill a seedling tray with humidity dome with seed raising mix and plant the seeds  2cm deep.


    3. Water the seeds until the soil is damp to the touch. Make sure not to over water or else the seeds will become waterlogged and rot. In 6-8 weeks, you should notice seedlings emerge.


    4. Keep the tray in a well-lit area. The seedlings should be kept in a bright and warm area, like a windowsill, so they can grow. Remember that the more light a plant gets, the more water the plant will need.


    5. Wait until the seedlings have 4 true leaves. The first “leaves” that you’ll see on your seedlings are cotyledons and not true leaves. True leaves will develop over time and will resemble leaves from a fully grown pear tree. Once there are at least 4 true leaves on your seedling, they are ready to transplant.


    6. Transplant the seedlings to individual pots or into the garden. Once you have unearthed a seedling, put it in a hole slightly larger than the root ball and fill in with Citrus Potting Mix. The European Plum is self-pollinating however it will greatly benefit from cross pollination with other trees to increase fruit set.