|Sunlight:||Full sun, although benefits from afternoon shade in summer|
|Soil:||Prefers well-drained sandy loam, but does well in other soil types too|
|pH:||Prefers slightly acidic soil|
|Years to bear:||2-5|
|Pollinator:||Need a pollinator; any Japanese plum will work|
Prunus salicina x armeniaca ‘Spring Satin’
Plumcot is a cross between a plum and an apricot, developed in Georgia. It produces a large fruit with a reddish black skin and golden, reddish flesh. It is extremely sweet (33% sugar). It does well in the heat and humidity. It requires about 700 chill hours.