Thanks for the help!
Kevin MacBearach wrote:If it's a "wild" plum, how are the fruits taste wise? I cordoned off the area a bit from my cow's grazing paddock so she couldn't access the plum tree but she's reaching the outer branches with her tongue and enjoying it immensely. Oh well, I'm sure they'll be plenty left for myself.
no way of knowing how they taste until they ripen and you eat them. plums are relatively variable, so you could have something delicious, or not particularly delicious. you've got a couple weeks of anticipation ahead of you.
Kevin MacBearach wrote:I just found out from the previous owner that it's an Asian plum with big nice quality fruits. Glad I kept the cows away from it!
Save the pits and plant more. Then you'll have a whole grove. Won't that be awesome!