The Plum Jealous Orchard Package


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Tecumseh: Productive red plum with a blue hue and firm, juicy, yellow flesh that ripens in late summer. Freestone fruit is good for eating fresh or preserving.

Superior: Sweet plums ripen in August. The skin of the fruit is red with golden yellow flesh. Best suited for fresh eating, and can also be used in desserts, jams, juices, and jellies.

Queen of Hearts: A late season, medium size, freestone purple plum with red flesh. Extremely flavorful. Excellent for eating and preserves.

Pembina: An extremely hardy plum. Large, late-season clingstone plum with red skin with sweet and juicy yellow flesh. Good for eating fresh and in desserts.

Compass: Juicy, yellow-red clingstone fruit with yellow skin that ripens in late summer. Useful for jams, jellies and canning.

Sapalta: Red-purple, bitter skin and purple-black, sweet, semi-clingstone flesh. Ripens in late summer.

Coutts #3: Produces tasty medium-sized blue-purple fruit with unique golden flesh in mid August.

Mount Royal: Considered the best blue plum. Extremely hardy, late-summer, freestone plum with blue skin and firm, yellow flesh. Good for eating, processing or drying. Typically begins producing plums a few years sooner than most plum varieties.

American: The American plum produces small yellow-red plums that are great to eat fresh and make excellent preserves. It produces an extremely high volume of pollen, which is perfect for pollinating all manners of plum, especially hybrids.

Bounty Plum: The plums that are formed are red with gorgeous orange overtones, and yellow flesh. Plums are usually ready to be harvested in late summer. One of the hardiest plum varieties. This tree is a good pollinator for other plum trees; hybrid, American or Asian plum trees.