Princess Kay Flowering Plum

Princess Kay flowing plum was discovered in the wilds of northern Minnesota. It’s small frame packs a punch in early spring when a profusion of double flowers, white and fluffy, appear amid the branches.

As the flowers age, they take on a slight, pinkish hue providing a second wave of color. The blooms are also fragrant, which provides a special garden experience and attracts pollinators.

  • Species: Prunus nigra ‘Princess Kay’
  • Introduction: 1986
  • Height: 12-15 feet
  • Spread: 10-15 feet
  • Zones: 2-6

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