The plums we sell are all tried and tested for cold hardiness in northern Vermont. Nearly all of the cultivars listed have native plum genetics that lend to their tough constitution. Although these are smaller than their grocery store counterparts (less than a golfball diameter), they are every bit as tasty. They can generally take a poorer soil, produce a lot of fruit, and make a great visual and olfactory banquet.

Available as potted trees in $20 to $45 sizes.


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  1. American Plum

    American Plum

    Seedling American plum. Variable fruit and tree characteristics. The best bet as a pollinator for hybrid american plum cultivars. Native plum is extremely cold hardy. Makes a superb impenetrable hedge especially to deter animals. Fruit is always good in the kitchen, some will be good fresh. Awesome flower display and very fragrant. Learn More
  2. Bounty Plum

    Bounty Plum

    P. nigra selection form Canadian breeding program of the 1930s. Red skinned, yellow fleshed fruit is all purpose. Learn More
  3. Build Your Own Plum

    Build Your Own Plum

    Plum grafting scions and rootstocks Learn More
  4. Gift Certificate

    Gift Certificate

    Order a Gift Certificate in 5 dollar increments (20 dollar minumum). HOW TO ORDER : Each number you order is in increments of 5. For example if you want a 50 dollar certificate you order 10. Sample : 10 units x 5 dollars each = 50.00 We will mail a nice card with the gift certificate anywhere in the US at no charge. Learn More
  5. Greengage Plum

    Greengage Plum

    European plum. Somewhat self pollinating. Round green to golden sweet-tart fruits of high quality. Deep green foliage. Learn More

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