The plum tree is a fruit-bearing tree that grows in Nepal. With its elegant branches and vibrant blossoms, the plum tree adds beauty to the landscape. Plum trees typically take 2 to 4 years to mature and bear fruit, depending on the variety and growing conditions. Plums are known for their juicy flesh and sweet or tart flavor, depending on the variety. They are enjoyed fresh, used in jams and jellies, baked in pies, or dried for prunes. Plum cultivation adds a delectable fruit option to Nepal’s agricultural diversity, offering a burst of flavor to farmers and consumers.