The Ozark Premier plum is in bloom. One of the largest plums grown at the Station. It ripens about August 1st, has an attractive appearance, being nearly round and wholly colored outside with a bright red, tough skin. Its flesh is yellow, firm and fine grained. It is juicy, tart, flavorful and clings to the seed which is small. The tree is productive and vigorous. The Ozark … [Read more...] about The Ozark Premier plum is in bloom
Even though we are not getting out and about due to the Covid19 Shutdown, we can still enjoy the spring blossoms! Here are some showy ones today on the Mountain Grove Campus. … [Read more...] about Think spring!!
Lovely Ozark Premier plum is blossoming. Ozark Premier is a yellow fruited cultivar that was introduced in 1946 from our Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station breeding program, a cross between Burbank and Methley plum cultivars. … [Read more...] about Plum blossoms a sign of spring!
The beautiful Fringe tree, Chionanthus virginicus, is in bloom. … [Read more...] about Fringe tree in bloom