||Fruit is much larger and sweeter than other prairie hardy plums, excellent for fresh eating, baking, jamming, and drying. A healthy tree grows ripe fruit in late summer and will not drop any fruit on the ground.
||An upright tree great for backyards and rural areas. This hardy tree needs to be pollinated by a wild plum tree in order to produce high yields of fruit. Pembina Plum's famously large fruit grows to over 2 inches with thick, acidic skin and sweet flesh. People love this fruit for fresh eating, baking, and preserving.
||A widely grown commercial plum, primarily used for baking, jam, canning and other culinary purposes. Sometimes known as Yellow Pershore or Yellow Egg.
||A popular dual-purpose English plum raised by the famous Rivers Nursery and notable for its large-size and purple skin.
||Bred in south-eastern Russia, partially self-fertile. Blossom in late April, very cold hardy and resistant to pests and disease. Ripens in late July weighing in at 30-35 grams per fruit, so pretty hefty red-dark purple skin, yellow flesh, firm, juicy, aromatic and flavourful with hints of apricot and almond. Good for fresh eating as well as cooking.