A popular plant used to develop wildlife habitats, the Chickasaw Plum is a native tree that produces bountiful fruit, flowers, and cover. With its rounded group of narrow, thorny branches on a short trunk, it is attractive to many types of wildlife.
- Attracts pollinators species with white fragrant flowers in the spring
- Suckers create thickets used by wildlife for cover and bedding
- Fruit changes from red to yellow when fully ripe