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Nadia Cherry Plum

Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99
SKU C358

Prunus salicina x avium 'Nadia'

Nadia is an exciting cherry and Asian plum complex cross from Australia. Nadia has a delicious combination of succulent plum flavor, with an alluring hint of cherry. 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/tart and very juicy!

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

Hardy to USDA Zone: 5

Mature Height:  12' 

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Mid Summer

Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer

Semi-Dwarf: Marriana 26-24

Dwarf: St. Julian

Read our Plum Growing Guide

Size: 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.