Plums

Varieties and Sources

The varieties we grow are Semi-Dwarf trees. These include Northern Blue, Mt. Royal, Ewing Blue, Northern Blue and Todd. All our trees are hardy in zone 4. We sourced the Semi-Dwarf trees from St. Lawrence Nurseries in Potsdam, NY.

Alderman 

It's a plum that ripes in late August. The fruit is burgundy red and excellent for eating fresh or made into preserves. The fruit is soft and juicy. The bush grows to reach 10 to 15 feet tall. 

Ewing Blue: The Ewing Blue is an excellent prune-type plum, large and deep blue. It is excellent for canning and fresh eating. Prunus domestica sp.

Mt. Royal: This freestone variety is also a prune-type plum, with firm, sweet, yellow-green flesh. It ripens in early September. It is good for fresh eating. Prunus domestiva Quebec origin. It's an European blue plum. 

Todd: This European-type prune plum is large and deep blue. It is excellent for canning and fresh eating. Prunus domestica sp.

 

Superior Plums:

It's considered one of the best plums on market. It produces fruit with dark red skin and yellow fresh. Sweet and juicy. It ripens in late August.