Collection Plum trees -

Collection Plum trees

We have a large collection of hardy plum tree varieties, and we sometimes have some extras to share! This section is intended for collectors or enthusiasts looking for rare or special varieties.


 

HeightAvailabilityPriceQuantitySubtotal
1-2 Feetsold-out$35.00$0.00
2-3 Feetsold-out$40.00$0.00
3-5 Feetsold-out$45.00$0.00
5-7 Feetsold-out$50.00$0.00
Total$0.00

When adding one of the plum of the collection to your basket, make sure to take note of the name of the variety, as well as the available height, and transcribe it into the comment box when you are sending your order.

 

Acme plum - Zone 2  : In all points similar to Pembina, but more resistant to diseases (available 1-2 feet, 2-3 feet and 3-5 feet)

Lydecker Plum - Zone 4  Dark-purple skin. Pollinated by Canada plum. A verage diameter of 2 inches and is a freestone plum. Its skin has a scintillating dark purple hue and the flesh is a deep red. The fruit has a sweet and juicy flavour that is of excellent dessert quality and is ready for harvest late July to early August. Like most stone fruits it has a limited storage life.Was developed by Dr. Brian Smith at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. It is a cross between the Japanese dessert plum Z’s blue giant and Oka cherry plum. (available 1-2 feet)

Vermont Plum - Zone 4.  A large yellow-skinned plum with sweet yellow flesh. Season  Late Aug/  Mid Sept (3-5 feet tand 5-7 feet available)

Perfection Plum - Zone 2 Perfection is small in size, approximately 3cm in diameter, with pale pink skin and yellow flesh. In its texture it resembles somewhat a European plum, being a little firmer and less juicy than most plums. Excellent flavour both for eating fresh and cooking. Freestone. When we harvested it for the first time in fall 2018, it quickly became for several of us a new favourite plum!
 

Patterson Pride - Zone 2.  fruit is sweet, tender and juicy with bright red skin and golden flesh. The free-stone plums, 4.5 centimetres in diameter, ripen from mid-August onwards.

 

CharacteristicValue
Height at maturity
Spacing
Hardiness zone
Soil
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Flowering
Harvest
Average fruit weight
Fruit color
Years to bear fruit
Pollination
Latin name
Average diameter of fruit
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