Vanier Japanese Plum refers to a variety of Japanese plum ; a nice bright red plum with high quality, orangish-yellow flesh. It is sweet and very juicy. It is semi-clingstone and only medium sized. It ripens in mid-summer with Wickson and Satsuma. It can be used in making desserts or for canning or freezing.

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