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Plums
  1. American Plum Tree
    American Plum
  2. Green Guage Plum Tree
    Green Guage Plum
  3. Italian Plum Tree
    Italian Plum
  4. Mount Royal Plum Tree
    Mount Royal Plum
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  1. Anjou Pear Tree
    Anjou
  2. Bartlette Pear Tree
    Bartlette
  3. Bosc Pear Tree
    Bosc
  4. Flemmish Beauty Pear Tree
    Flemmish Beauty
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American Plum
 A thicket-forming native shrub or small tree with short trunk grows to 35ft, many spreading branches, broad crown, Profuse white spring flowers followed by edible 1" plums. Suitable for home use in jams and fruit leather or fresh eating. Excellent for wildlife food and habitat and wind breaks.
Self-pollinating makes a wonderful pollinator for peaches, apricots and other plums. Hardy to -35 Maximum elevation: 8500 ft
Greenguage
Distinctive flavor! This old world plum variety has become a favorite again for its excellent eating quality and culinary versatility. The tree is a compact grower with attractive blossoms and deep green foliage. The yellow-green fruit has a rich plum-honey flavor. Great for canning, desserts and preserves.
Italian Prune
 Italian Prune: large, freestone purple prune type plums - Skins are sweet, perfect for drying, eating fresh, or canning.  These plums ripen in mid September. Thinning will prevent overbearing. Self-pollinating. Freestone.
 Very Cold Hardy to -30° Maximum elevation: 7,500 ft
Mount Royal
Mount Royal: This a very hardy European blue plum that has yellow clingstone is good eaten right off the tree or excellent for dessert or drying. Excellent flavor. Trees produce, very small, sweet, tender delicious plums that ripen in mid to late August. Self-pollinating. Hardy to -35 Maximum elevation: 8500 ft
  1. Satsuma Plum Tree
    Satsuma Plum
  2. Stanley Plum Tree
    Stanley Plum
  3. Toka Plum Tree
    Toka Plum
  4. Superior Plum Tree
    Superior Plum
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​Satsuma
A a variety of Japanese plum, produces small,tart , round fruits with red skin and flesh that are ready for harvest in August.  A fovorite for cooking. Hardy to -20° degrees. Max Elevation 6000ft
Stanley
 If you love prunes, this is your tree. Stanley produces fruit that is medium, oval, bluish purple skinned, with golden, freestone flesh that is firm and delicious. Annual, abundant crops ripen in September and are well-suited for fresh eating, canning, and preserves as well as for drying. This tree is self-pollinating, and is also a great pollinator for other plum trees. Later blooms make this a good cold climate plum. Hardy to -30° Maximum elevation: 7,500 ft
Toka
 Tree produces a fruit that is red and of medium size this is one of the best pollinators for other plums. Richly flavored with apricot colored flesh.  Cans well, Tart red skins make awesome jams and taste great right off the tree! This hardy tree is moderately vigorous and produces heavy crops that ripen in late August into September. Clingstone. Superior Cold hardiness! Great for higher elevations Hardy to -35° Max elevation: 8,500 ft
​Superior
Superior: A  favorite for Colorado!  Late harvest season. Fruit is large-Skin is dark red-Flesh is clingstone and yellow. Good desert quality..An ideal plum for eating off the tree and is also excellent for jam, jelly and desserts. Crops should be thinned in early summer and are ready for picking in late August. Use another plum such as Toka as a pollinator. Clingstone. Hardy to -20° Maximum elevation: 6,000 ft