Grenville plum tree - Mild and sweet plum in zone 3 -

Grenville plum tree - Mild and sweet plum in zone 3

The Grenville fruit tree is hardy to zone 3 and gives red-orange plums with golden flesh. It is mild and sweet, delicious.

3-5 Feetsold-out$45.00$0.00
2-3 Feetsold-out$40.00$0.00
1-2 Feetsold-out$35.00$0.00

The fruit

Grenville is a large plum of on average 5 cm in diameter, it is a very pretty orange-red plum. The flesh is golden, sweet, mild and very pleasant, although a bit fibrous. Depending on your location, the harvest will be between Late-August and Early-September.

The tree

Grenville plum tree is a hybrid and must be pollinated by a Prunus nigra in order to set a great amount of fruit. Grenville is generally a biennal bearer. The location (zone and soil)  is very influential on the tree. In colder areas, expect the tree to stay smaller. About average bearing, it can vary, depending on location and season, from 2 to 68 Kg by tree!


The Grenville plum tree was selected in 1932 and then introduced in 1941 by the Horticultural Division of the Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa. Grenville is a cross between Prunus salicina 'Burbank' and Prunus nigra.

This variety is in very limited supply and it is probable it will sell out quickly. However, the trees are still growing and more may become available in the coming weeks.
If you would like to be put on a waiting list to add this tree to your order for if it becomes available, please let us know by marking the name of the variety CLEARLY in the comment box when you place your order.

Height at maturity3 metres (10 feet)
Spacing4 metres (12-15 feet)
Hardiness zone3b
SoilWell drained
Sun / shadeFull sun
FloweringEarly to Mid-May
HarvestLate-August to Early-September
Average fruit weight
Fruit colorOrange and Red skin / Golden yellow flesh
Years to bear fruit6
PollinationSelf-sterile, requires a Canada or American plum for pollination.
Latin namePrunus sp. Grenville (Prunus salicina Burbank x Prunus nigra)
Average diameter of fruit5 cm
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