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Nadia Cherry Plum

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Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
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$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99

Prunus salicina x avium 'Nadia'

Nadia is an exciting new, rare, cherry and Asian plum complex cross from Australia. Nadia has a delicious combination of Cherry and Plum flavor. Larger than a cherry and smaller than a plum, it is a cross of the Black Amber Asian Plum and the Supreme Cherry, an Australian dark cherry cultivar. The skin is dark red as is the flesh. The fruit is firm, sweet and juicy.

Best pollinized by heavy pollen-producing Asian plum like Toka, Shiro, Beauty or Santa Rosa.

USDA Zone: 5-9

Grow Height:  12' 

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: August

Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer

Semi-Dwarf: Marriana 26-24

Dwarf: St. Julian

Read our Plum Growing Guide

Size: Semi-Dwarf (4'-5')


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  • What is the recommend pollinator

    We recommend Toka, Shiro, Beauty, or Santa Rosa plum to pollinate

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Dave C.
Very tasty

Looks like a giant cherry but definitely more plum-like in texture and flavor. It tends to develop more cherry flavor if left to fully ripen on the tree and I look forward to it every year. I grow it in East Idaho Zone 5a and get a good crop every year.

Nadia cherry plum

Two years ago I’ve planted a Nadia cherry plum tree not knowing that It needed to be cross Pollinated. I just planted a Japanese Satsuma plum tree, would that be a good tree has a cross pollinator with the Nadia? Also, will the Nadia pollinate satsuma plum tree?
Than you

Marc Z.
Great Tree - 4 years in

Good fruit, beautiful tree. It grows more upright than most plums and will set delicious cherry/plums in western WA. Sets vary from year to year and it s been very light yield some years.

Michael W.H.
Love this tree

Great tasting fruit. Ours is pollinated by a Santa Rosa plum and yields well. We have 8 beehives on our property which I m sure helps.

Roy L.W.
Good decorative tree; still awaiting blossoms

Planted in 2018, and am still waiting for fruit, or at least for blossoms. I m a stark orchard amateur, so I m not sure if this is pollinated by cherries or plums, but in any case it s surrounded by Beauty and Shiro and recently an Obilnaja plum and half a dozen cherry trees, and it s still not blossoming; as in much of my wind-battered seaside orchard, I m beginning to suspect that I just don t have enough resident bees. I like the tree, though I do look forward to actually having some munchables from it.