Plum trees for every backyard orchardists dream come true! Grow fresh, juicy plums in your backyard or orchard that ripen in summer year after year.
Some plum varieties are self pollinating but will produce a better crop if planted with other fruit trees for maximum cross pollination. The showy white flowers will entice pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to stop by for a second in spring. Read about Pollination in Fruit Trees.
Grow these plum trees in a wide variety of planting sites and soil conditions. All 3 plum varieties require full sun and well drained soil. Make sure you pick the right variety for your space and planting site.
The Methley Plum is an excellent choice for northern United States as it can grow fruitfully up to USDA plant hardiness zone 5.
These trees do not ship bare root. They are rooted in a nursery container with soil to ensure the safety of the trees upon arrival.
Enjoy eaten fresh, in pies or cobblers, and used in preserves or jellies. They have a multitude of culinary uses!