Plum up the jam
Plums are so juicy we couldn’t resist the idea of squeezing them. Their juice is full of vitamins and gently cleanses and brightens the skin.
Plum trees are grown for culinary and ornamental purposes around the world. The second most cultivated fruit after apples, plums come in thousands of varieties, though only a few of these are commercially cultivated. The Prunus domestica, also known as ‘common plum’, bears drupe fruits with a fleshy exterior surrounding a hard pit, within which the kernel is stored.