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Plum/prune

Not all of the varieties listed on this page may be suited to your climate, and many of the new varieties have yet to be tested for their climate range. We encourage all our customers to check with their Agricultural Extension Agents or other local sources of information to learn what may grow well in your particular climate.
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Blue Damson Very old variety, rugged and dependable. Small, tart, blue-black plums for jams ...
Brooks Long-time favorite in Western Oregon. Ovalshaped fruit with purplish-black skin ...
Early Italian Similar to Italian, but sweeter, slightly larger and more productive. Shorter gr...
French Improved California's commercial prune. Reddish-purple skin, dark amber flesh. Very sweet...
Green Gage European plum, later blooming than Santa Rosa and other Japanese types. Long-tim...
Green Gage (Bavay's) Superior selection of gage-type European plum. Small to medium-size, richly flav...
Imperial Epineuse The fruit is medium to large, red to purple with a meaty yellow clingstone flesh...
Italian Large, purple-skin, freestone. Rich flavor, very sweet when fully ripe. Fresh, d...
Seneca Large reddish-purple fruit with very sweet, crisp, yellow freestone flesh. Resis...
Stanley Large, dark blue skin. Juicy, sweet, delicious, greenish-yellow meaty flesh, fre...
Sugar Reddish-purple skin, greenish-yellow flesh, very sweet. Used fresh and for canni...