Plum
Prunus spp.
Delicious summer treats, Plums bear abundant crops in our region and throughout the U.S. All of our Plum varieties are great for fresh eating and the Italian, Brooks, and other European varieties can be dried for delicious and nutritious winter snacks.
Japanese Plums
Very popular in Asia and throughout the world, Japanese Plums feature large, sweet, very juicy, clingstone fruit, which is great for fresh eating. Attractive, easy to grow trees, Japanese Plums are reliable producers in the Northwest and other regions of the US.
Hollywood
Prunus cerasifera
Prized for its ornamental value as well as for its fruit, Hollywood features profuse, showy pink blossoms, dark purple foliage, and abundant crops of large, dark red plums with juicy, richly flavored, deep red flesh. 1504
Howard Miracle
Prunus salicina
This unique variety bears good crops of large, crimson and yellow, sweet and juicy fruit, which tastes like a sweet Grapefruit or Pineapple. 1505
Santa Rosa
Prunus salicina
This popular Japanese Plum bears bumper crops of very large, round, purplish-red fruit. Very sweet and flavorful, Santa Rosa is great for fresh eating and canning. 1547
Satsuma
Prunus salicina
This superior Japanese Plum features striking, large, dark red fruit. Great for fresh eating and preserves, Satsuma fruit is firm, sweet and juicy with bright red flesh. 1535
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