BlackIce Plum is what you get when you cross a dessert plum from California to a winter hardy plum from the upper Midwest. With this gene pool, the fruit gurus of Wisconsin developed a winter hardy dessert plum that can tolerate temperatures down to –35 degrees. The skin of the fruit is a dark purple-black, while the flesh is a juicy red color with exceptional flavor. Fragrant white flowers emerge in spring. This tree is considered to be semi-dwarf; pair with the Toka Plum. Be the first to grow this exceptional plum tree!