Trader Joe’s has one of my favorite summer stone fruits: the Verry Cherry Plum. It’s so crazy flavorful that I’d love to grow it at home. Their website says the following:
“The fruit is a delicious natural cross between several varieties of plums and cherries, including Bing and Stella cherries, just to name a few.”
There are unfortunately no trees available for home growing. Might anyone know whether a tree grown from the pit of one of these fruits would bear similar fruit? If it’s a natural cross, that leads me to believe it might be stable and not a hybrid, but obviously I have no clue. I’m sure the only way to truly find out will be to grow it and see what fruit I get, but I thought I’d pose the question here to more experienced fruit growers than I.