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  Fruit Trees: Plums and Prunes                                                
     
 

All plum varieties benefit from cross-pollination, even those that are self-fruitful. Japanese plums require a Japanese variety for cross-pollination; European varieties need European pollinators.

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  European Dwarf Plums  
Green Gage Plum Green Gage
A honeyed taste explosion! A favorite for fresh eating, cooking and canning. Ripens in early September. 10-15.
     
  Dwarf Prunes  
Prune Plums are often used for canning or drying
but are delicious eaten fresh as well.
Early Italian
Dark purple, rich flavored, sweet fruit ripens two weeks ahead of the regular Italian Prune. Self-fertile, but produces more when another variety is
planted. 8-12.
Early Italian Plum
Italian Plum Italian
Sweet, dark purple free-stone prune, great for fresh eating and drying. Very productive and reliable. Ripens in early-mid September. Self-fertile but produces more when another variety planted. 8-12.
Seneca
Large, very sweet, crisp plum. Resists cracking and brown rot. Reddish-purple color with amber flesh. Vigorous and productive. Use any other European plum as a pollinator. 10-12.
Seneca Plum
Stanley Plum Stanley
Large, sweet, purple freestone fruit (like a larger, improved Italian), that is great for cooking, drying or fresh eating. Heavy bearing. Ripens in late August-September. Self-fruitful but will do better with European plum as pollinator. 10-15.
     
  Japanese Dwarf Plums  
Beauty
Red skin with sweet, amber, richly flavored flesh. Tastes like the Santa Rosa, but performs much better in Pacific Northwest climates. Ripens late July-August. Self-fruitful. 10-15.
Beauty Plum
Hollywood Plum Hollywood
Large, round, dark red plum with deep red flesh. Excellent for fresh eating a makes beautiful jelly. Also a very ornamental tree with purple leaves and fragrant, showy pink spring flowers. Ripens in late August. Self-fruitful. 10-15.
Methley
Reddish-purple skin and sweet, juicy red flesh. Ripens in July over 10 days. Ripens over a long period. Self fruitful. Best yields with Shiro. 10-15.
Methley Plum
Peach Plum Peach Plum
Large, attractive flavorful fruit. Fruit is rounded, golden yellow with sweet juicy flesh. Good for fresh eating and canning. Ripens in mid August. 10-15
Satsuma
Dark red fruit with sweet, solid, meaty flesh. Ripens in mid July-
early August. Excellent for jams and jelly. Best yields with Beauty. 10-15.
Satsuma Plum
Shiro Plum Shiro
Bears heavy crops of yellow, sweet, very juicy fruit with great flavor. Ripens late July-early August. Self-fruitful but yields better with another Japanese plum. 10-15.
 
Dwarf 4-Way Japanese Plum Combo.

Includes these varieties:
Burbank, Santa Rosa, Shiro and Satsuma.
Purple Plum
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Plum Blossom Chart

Japanese plums perform best when two or more varieties are planted. And, while European types are partially self-fertile, they always yield better with two or more varieties. Japanese, European plums and prunes can cross pollinate but the bloom times are usually earlier for the Japanese varieties.

Early Bloomers
Methely
Beauty
Hollywood
Shiro
Satsuma
Early to Mid Bloomers
Early Italian
Italian
Mid Bloomers
Stanley
Seneca
Green Gage
Late Bloomers
Peach Plum

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