Red leaves, red fruit. A nice ornamental shade tree. Fine fruit. Ripens June. 350 Chill Hours.
Ideal plum for canning, preserving and fresh eating. This plum produces very large abundant crops of delicious sweet, juicy plums. These plums have a sweet fed flesh and very dark...
Large, red plum, a good commercial variety. Ripens June 1st. Requires pollinator, usually Methley. 800-900 Chill Hours.
Very delicious fruit is medium-sized and round, with blood red flesh and skin. Ripens in late June-early July and hangs well on the tree. Good for jelly and canning. Red...
A deep red plum with red flesh. Medium size. Mild flavor excellent for fresh eating or jelly. Ripens early June. Self-fruitful. Serves as excellent pollinator. Most popular variety. 250 Chill...
An attractive ornamental plum. Does well in calcareous soils. A native to much of Texas. Abundance of white blossoms in spring. Small fruit matures in September. Grows to about 16ft. ...
A medium size, red to purple plum with red flesh to the seed. Early June ripening. A Texas A & M selection. May require a pollinator. 650-700 Chill Hours.
This plum variety is a cross between Methley and Burbank. The fruit we have seen is bigger than either of its parents. Yellow flesh with reddish skin when ripe. A...
A mixture of four wild plum collections made at different Texas locations. Tree is small, no taller than 10 foot. Multicolored fruit varies in color from yellow to orange to...
A large purplish plum. Amber colored flesh. A popular variety for home and market use. Ripens late June. 300 Chill Hours.
Apricot-plum cross. Dark red skin, sweet red flesh. Ripens June. 750 Chill Hours.
Widely planted European plum. Oval shaped, deep purple fruit with a golden-yellow, delicious freestone flesh. Great eaten fresh, canned or dried. Abundant crops ripen in early September. Self fertile. 750 Chill...