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Japanese Plum Trees (Spring 2021)

Fruit trees are shipped in March and April, but shopping before spring gives the best selection. See our annual schedule, pricing charts, and wholesale info. Refine your tree search below.

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Fortune on Myrobalan

Plum Tree
Standard
2021

Ripens Aug 22

A pretty, very high-quality, midseason Japanese plum ...

11 in stock

Ruby Queen on Myrobalan

Plum Tree
Standard
2021

A Japanese plum with excellent flavor ...

1 in stock

SOLD OUT

Vanier on Marianna GF 8-1

Plum Tree
Standard
2021

Ripens Aug 22

A very pretty, midseason, red Japanese plum...

0 in stock

SOLD OUT

Vampire™ on Marianna GF 8-1

Plum Tree
Standard
2021

Ripens Aug 17

A hardy red-fleshed plum...

0 in stock

SOLD OUT

AU Rosa on Myrobalan

Plum Tree
Standard
2021

Ripens Aug 22

A highly disease-resistant, self-fertile plum...

0 in stock

SOLD OUT

Vampire™ on Krymsk 1

Plum Tree
Semi-Dwarf
2021

Ripens Aug 17

A hardy red-fleshed plum...

0 in stock

SOLD OUT

Vanier on Krymsk 1

Plum Tree
Semi-Dwarf
2021

Ripens Aug 22

A very pretty, midseason, red Japanese plum...

0 in stock

SOLD OUT

Satsuma on Myrobalan

Plum Tree
Standard
2021

Ripens Aug 17

A dramatic red-fleshed plum from Japan...

0 in stock






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