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Chickasaw Plum Tree 

Landscaping is one of the most important parts of owning a home. Property value is directly related to your property's location, size of your property, and maintenance of your property. The outside appearance of your property can increase your property value and add natural beauty to your property. When choosing plants to grow in your yard, there are a few things to keep in mind. The plant's maintenance, size, and products should all be taken into consideration before planting anything. The Chickasaw Plum Tree is a small tree that thrives in warm weather and produces a small fruit. 

 Common Characteristics of a Chickasaw Plum Tree

  Chickasaw Plum Trees are a shrub-like small tree that is native to Florida. Common characteristics of the Chickasaw Plum Tree are clusters of little white flowers with a pleasant fragrance when the tree is blooming in the spring. These small, white flowers bloom before the tree grows new leaves each spring and are a sign the tree is beginning to bear this year's fruit. 

 The Chickasaw Plum Tree produces many small plums each summer. These small plums start with a bright red coloring, which turns to a yellow color as the fruit ripens. The plums of the Chickasaw Plum Tree are edible for humans and wildlife alike. They are commonly described as being tart. 

 The small fruit of the Chickasaw Plum Tree grows on the thorny branches of the rather small tree. Average Chickasaw Plum Trees grow to be around 6-12 feet tall, but some are recorded to have grown upwards of 25 feet tall. The trunk of Chickasaw Plum Trees are short, and the branches grow outwards in thin, clusters. 

 Caring for and Planting a Chickasaw Plum Tree

 Chickasaw Plum Trees proliferate with proper care and the right conditions. The Chickasaw Plum needs ample sunshine and warmer weather to grow but can also grow in the shade. Most soil conditions and ph levels can be used when planting a Chickasaw Plum Tree, but higher acidic ph levels in the soil are better for the tree. 

 When planting a Chickasaw Plum Tree, it is best to start with a hole that is one and a half times bigger than the rootball of the tree, and the hole should be one inch deeper than the length of the rootball. Once the Chickasaw Plum Tree is in the centered in the hole, the rootball should be covered with an acidic ph soil. 

 The newly planted Chickasaw Plum Tree should be watered regularly until it has taken to its new location. Chickasaw Plum Trees do not need to be watered daily as they can grow in drought-like conditions, but they do need regular watering if you desire the tree to have the best appearance possible. 

 Chickasaw Plum Trees are known to grow suckers at the base of their trunk. These suckers are an attempt for the Chickasaw Plum Tree to grow more branches. Many people who own and care for Chickasaw Plum Trees trim these suckers for a cleaner appearance, but it is also common for many to allow these suckers to grow. These suckers can be used by wildlife such as birds, butterflies, and small woodland creatures as shelters and nesting locations.

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Chickasaw Plum Tree 

Landscaping is one of the most important parts of owning a home. Property value is directly related to your property's location, size of your property, and maintenance of your property. The outside appearance of your property can increase your property value and add natural beauty to your property. When choosing plants to grow in your yard, there are a few things to keep in mind. The plant's maintenance, size, and products should all be taken into consideration before planting anything. The Chickasaw Plum Tree is a small tree that thrives in warm weather and produces a small fruit. 

 Common Characteristics of a Chickasaw Plum Tree

  Chickasaw Plum Trees are a shrub-like small tree that is native to Florida. Common characteristics of the Chickasaw Plum Tree are clusters of little white flowers with a pleasant fragrance when the tree is blooming in the spring. These small, white flowers bloom before the tree grows new leaves each spring and are a sign the tree is beginning to bear this year's fruit. 

 The Chickasaw Plum Tree produces many small plums each summer. These small plums start with a bright red coloring, which turns to a yellow color as the fruit ripens. The plums of the Chickasaw Plum Tree are edible for humans and wildlife alike. They are commonly described as being tart. 

 The small fruit of the Chickasaw Plum Tree grows on the thorny branches of the rather small tree. Average Chickasaw Plum Trees grow to be around 6-12 feet tall, but some are recorded to have grown upwards of 25 feet tall. The trunk of Chickasaw Plum Trees are short, and the branches grow outwards in thin, clusters. 

 Caring for and Planting a Chickasaw Plum Tree

 Chickasaw Plum Trees proliferate with proper care and the right conditions. The Chickasaw Plum needs ample sunshine and warmer weather to grow but can also grow in the shade. Most soil conditions and ph levels can be used when planting a Chickasaw Plum Tree, but higher acidic ph levels in the soil are better for the tree. 

 When planting a Chickasaw Plum Tree, it is best to start with a hole that is one and a half times bigger than the rootball of the tree, and the hole should be one inch deeper than the length of the rootball. Once the Chickasaw Plum Tree is in the centered in the hole, the rootball should be covered with an acidic ph soil. 

 The newly planted Chickasaw Plum Tree should be watered regularly until it has taken to its new location. Chickasaw Plum Trees do not need to be watered daily as they can grow in drought-like conditions, but they do need regular watering if you desire the tree to have the best appearance possible. 

 Chickasaw Plum Trees are known to grow suckers at the base of their trunk. These suckers are an attempt for the Chickasaw Plum Tree to grow more branches. Many people who own and care for Chickasaw Plum Trees trim these suckers for a cleaner appearance, but it is also common for many to allow these suckers to grow. These suckers can be used by wildlife such as birds, butterflies, and small woodland creatures as shelters and nesting locations.

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