There are several wild plums in my area, in borderline wild locations. The trees are shrubby about 12 feet tall. The plums are ripe now - much earlier than my own plum trees. The fruits are yellow, sweet, the size of a sweet cherry but clearly plum flavor. I have collected a couple dozen fallen fruits and washed off the seeds. Now what? I have read, don't let them dry. I've read, dry them in the sun. I've read plant them now, or plant them in the spring, or store them in the fridge for a few weeks and plant them. I'm wondering if anyone has experience with plums from seed, especially wild plums. If they don't grow true, that's OK, but I think they might. If they take 10 years to fruit, that's also OK. I'd just like to grow them. Thanks!