Prunus spp.
Sweet, juicy and delicious, Plums are one of our favorite summer fruits. Reliable producers in the Pacific Northwest, our unique varieties also bear abundant crops in other regions of the U.S.
European Plums
Prunus domestica
European Plums are grown throughout the world and are distinguished by their very sweet, firm, typically freestone fruit. In addition to being great for fresh eating, many European Plum varieties are excellent for canning and drying.While most European Plums are considered partially self-fertile, planting two varieties will ensure good crops.
French Prune
An excellent variety for fresh eating, canning and drying, French Prune bears abundant crops of dark purple, sweet and flavorful fruit. Self-fertile and easy to grow, it makes an attractive addition to the landscape and ripens in early fall. 1513
This classic, dark purple European variety is one of the best. Featuring firm, juicy and very sweet, golden yellow flesh, it is great for fresh eating and drying. 1530
Long John
This unique European variety is a reliable producer of very large, dark purple fruit. Firm and juicy, it is prized for its sweet-tart flavor. Especially good for drying, Long John plums make exceptionally flavorful prunes. 1517
Weeping Golden Italian
This unique variety features very attractive weeping form and sweet, tasty, yellow fruit with yellow flesh. Similar to Italian Plum in size, it is great for fresh eating and good for drying. 1555
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