Methley Yields sweet, purple-red plums; in spring, it offers white, fragrant flowers. A heavy bearer, Methley grows clusters of plums all throughout the tree. Vigorous and disease-resistant to fungal diseases like rust. Clingstone. Ripens in mid July. Self-pollinating.
Shiro A sweet, juicy yellow plum. Fruit is round, clingstone and medium in size. The trees are spreading and very productive.
Castleton This early-maturing, dual-purpose plum is a Valor x Iroquois cross released by Cornell University’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. The fruit is blue, slightly ovate and similar in appearance to Stanley, ripening about three weeks ahead of Stanley. The trees are spreading and consistently produce a heavy crop.
Ozark Premier Grow giant, sweet and juicy plums. A great plum tree for the Ohio Valley, the Northeast, and the Midwest. Fruit is firm and excellent for cooking, canning, and fresh-eating. Bears young. Heat-tolerant. Semi-freestone. Ripens in early to mid August.
Bluebyrd Bluebyrd is an excellent European-type plum for the commercial orchard and home garden use. The fruit is blue with amber flesh, medium to large in size with excellent flavor and high sugar content. The tree is vigorous and productive and has shown great resistance to black knot.
Stanley A fine prune-type plum with excellent quality suited for both home use and processing. Fruit is large in size with dark blue skin. Flesh is greenish-yellow, juicy and fine-grained. The tree is early bearing and a good pollenizer for other European varieties.
Long John A mid-season, prune-type plum for the fresh market. The fruit is dark blue, very large and of high quality. The trees are upright, medium in vigor and very productive.
Au Rosa A dark red plum, medium to large in size, with red flesh. Trees are very vigorous, spreading and moderately productive.