All plums grafted to Myrobalan Root Stock.
Spreading, vigorous, precocious tree. Abundant, large white flowers. Mid to late bloom time. 2" sized fruit, dark red skin. Golden, sweet, juicy flesh. Keeps well. Matures late August.
Upright, spreading tree, vigorous grower. Later blooming with good frost tolerance. 1 1/4" diameter, yellow skin with a pink blush. Ripens late July.
An heirloom plum variety that is extremely cold hardy. It is a European type prune plum that produces small to medium fruits that have blue skin, sweet yellow/green flesh and are round in shape. Unique as unlike most prune plums which are oval in shape. Known for producing very heavy yields.
Self fertile. Later blooming. Dense, spreading growth habit. Moderate vigor. Fruit is round with a pale yellow skin. Pleasing sweet flavor.
Fruit is yellow, medium sized, freestone. Tree is very hardy and an excellent pollenizer for other American hybrid plums. Matures mid August.
Stanley is a consistent producer of plums – setting the standard for all plum varieties. Now one of the most popular European plums, Stanley was developed in Geneva in 1926 at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. Beautiful blooms in the spring lead to an abundant crop of classic, oval-shaped fruits with deep blue-purple skin and sweet yellow flesh with a hint of green. The flesh is firm and does not cling to the stone. Stanley Plum Prunes ripen in early September. The fruit is tender with high sugar content, great for eating fresh and ideal for drying and baking.
A Japanese and American hybrid the produces a late mid-season crop of firm, sweet plums. Their bold red skin gives way to a sweet yellow flesh that is rich and flavorful.
Has a reddish- brown skin color. Yellowish flesh color. A distinct, bubble gum like flavor when ripe. Moderate vigor. Heavy bearer. Very cold hardy. Needs a pollenizer. Matures late August.