Fruit: very small - blue/purple, small, oblong
Blooms: small, white
more bush like - no single trunk, 4-5 main branches split off at base at ground 10' tall/wide round shape bark rough branches brittle reddish color to wood tree has appearance of apple tree, contorted, rough, brittle
Due to the small number of fruit produced (only around 10 each season), I'm thinking this can't be a self-pollinating tree, so that rules out most of the Japanese plums (I think, from what I've read).
I'd like to buy another one, so that they can pollinate each other, so any help would be appreciated.
Based on this picture alone (found on the interwebs) it looks like it could be a Beach Plum (although the beach plum appears to have a rounder fruit). Thoughts?