Tree Identification. Any ideas what this is? They emerged red. I feel like it's way too early for them to be cherry and way to small for them to be plums? And they don't look like cherry plums either. Will they get bigger maybe? I can't find any pictures or videos of young plums to compare.
This looks like Myrobalam Plum. Looked forward to visiting homes with these trees. Yummm. Myrobalam Plum Pictures I know Washington very well; coast, middle and far east. This is a very common tree. Sort of 'weedy', tons of suckers, but amazingly reliable for shade and this...cherry like plum. Yumm. See what you think of the pictures I've sent.
It seems a wild Prunus domestica (plum). "Wild" this time means probably grown by core of cultivated plums (or just few generation from such cultivated plum).
I have several of this "wild" varieties, and one is very dark and branches and leaves redish. Unfortunately I never get ripe fruits.
But to be sure, did you remember the flowers? I would expect them from white to dark pink.
Doesn't eat the fruits until you have a definitive identification.