Exquisite, sweet, and juicy, that’s the plum. This fruit comes from an ornamental tree called a plum tree. You can find these juicy fruits on the following coloring pictures below.
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Plum comes in different varieties with different sizes, shapes, tones, and tastes. They are rich in nutrients and properties that help fight and prevent diseases, mostly related to the digestive system.
Plums are an essential source of vitamins and other nutrients with health effects. Thanks to its content in vitamin C, it prevents several types of cancer.
Prunes are very energetic and rich in fiber, which is why they are recommended for sportsmen and women and as laxatives.
The plum is a round or elongated stone fruit that can be yellow, green, red, or lilac. In general, it is very nutritious and rich in vitamins, especially vitamin C.
Depending on its water content, it is more or less juicy. Prunes or dehydrated plums keep longer and are very sweet.
Other products are made from plums on the market, such as jams, juices, and liqueurs. Plums can be eaten fresh as a dessert or used to make filled cakes, jam, jelly, syrup, liqueurs, etc.
Some species can be dried without fermentation, such as prunes. There are some less dehydrated ones on the market with a delightful taste. Prunes keep longer than fresh plums.
The plum, together with the peach, pear, and almond, belongs to the family Rosaceae and the genus Prunus, including some trees and shrubs that are purely ornamental.
The seed is inside the stone. Botanists refer to such fruits as ‘stone fruits’. Only the seed or kernel of the sweet almond tree is usually eaten; in other fruits of the genus Prunus, the core is unpleasantly bitter and is generally discarded.
There are different varieties of plum; they can be round or elongated, of different flavors and colors.
They can be yellow, green, red, or lilac, and they can vary in size and texture, as well as their water content is also variable and the different uses of each of the varieties.
The harvesting period is from mid-June to August, although the harvesting can be earlier in some earlier varieties and specific places.
The plums can be kept in cold storage for some time, and useful practice, still not very widespread, is that of pre-cooling.