Plums and Prunes

Varieties in stock are subject to change.
Call 360.458.2481 for availability.


Hollywood Plum: No pollinator required. Very attractive pink blossoms in early spring. Harvest in August. The large red fruit can be eaten fresh or jellied. Very attractive purple leaves.
Italian Prune: No pollinator required. Mid-spring bloom time. Ripens from August to September. Large, oval, purplish, black, freestone fruits. Green-yellow flesh turns red when cooked. Very sweet and juicy when ripe. Use fresh, dried, or for jam and preserves. Famous in the Northwest for the production of dried prunes.
Seneca Dwarf Plum: No pollinator required. April bloom period. Large red fruit with very sweet, yellow freestone flesh. Harvest mid-September. Used fresh and for canning and drying. Vigorous, productive, upright tree. Successful in many climates, including Western Washington. Resists brown rot and cracking.
Stanley semi-dwarf: No pollinator required. Mid-spring bloom period. Mid-season harvest. Fresh sliced Stanley plum sections are delicious for breakfast and also makes great plum preserves and plum pudding. Upright growth habit. Stanley is susceptible to black knot, which should be cut out and off the tree as soon as possible.
Yellow Egg European Plum: No pollinator required. Mid-Spring bloom period. Ripens late August to mid- September. Large, oval, golden yellow, freestone fruit. Flesh is juicy and sweet, a favorite for eating fresh. Also used for butter and jam. Tolerant to drought, heat & humidity. Upright growth habit.