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There are different types of plums to worth growing in your garden. European plums, including the very sweet and dark blue Prune plums, and the mouthwatering, yellow-green Reine Claude plums (‘Green Gage’). Slightly less sweet are the Oriental or Japanese plums with their large, round, and juicy fruits. Not to forget the American hybrids! Plum trees are compact, bountiful producers, which add beauty to the landscape and are less demanding than most fruit trees.

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Prunus 'Toka' (Hybrid Plum)

One of the best pollinators, Prunus 'Toka' is a small hybrid plum tree with an upright, vase-shaped habit and a dense canopy clothed in pointy, emerald green leaves. In spring, it bursts into a profusion of sweetly fragrant, white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a fantastic display.

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Prunus domestica 'Green Gage' (European Plum)

An all time favorite, Prunus domestica 'Green Gage' or 'Reine Claude' (European Plum) is a small European plum tree with a low canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, bright green leaves. In mid spring, it bursts into a profusion of sweetly fragrant, white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a spectacular display.

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Prunus domestica 'Mount Royal' (European Plum)

Extremely cold hardy, Prunus domestica 'Mount Royal' (European Plum) is a vigorous European plum tree with a spreading canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, bright green leaves. In mid spring, it bursts into a profusion of sweetly fragrant, white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a spectacular display.

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Prunus domestica 'Stanley' (European Plum)

Extremely cold hardy and reliable, Prunus domestica 'Stanley' (European Plum) is a vigorous European plum tree with a spreading canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, bright green leaves. In mid spring, it bursts into a profusion of sweetly fragrant, white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a spectacular display.

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Prunus domestica 'Victoria' (European Plum)

Award-winning Prunus domestica 'Victoria' (European Plum) is a medium-sized European plum tree with a low canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, bright green leaves. In mid spring, it bursts into a profusion of sweetly fragrant, white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a spectacular display.

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Prunus insititia (Damson Plum)

Regarded as the ancestor of the plums we eat today, Prunus insititia (Damson Plum) is a deciduous tree with a low canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, green leaves. In mid spring, it bursts into a profusion of white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a spectacular display.

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Prunus salicina 'Burbank' (Japanese Plum)

Bearing fruit early, Prunus salicina 'Burbank' is an heirloom variety of Japanese plum tree with a wide spreading canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, bright green leaves. In early spring, it bursts into a profusion of sweetly fragrant, white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a spectacular display.

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Prunus salicina 'Methley' (Japanese Plum)

Prunus salicina 'Methley' is a small, upright, Japanese plum tree with a wide spreading canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, bright green leaves. In early spring, it bursts into a profusion of white blossoms that perfume the air with a fragrance reminiscent of Oriental incense.

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Prunus salicina 'Ozark Premier' (Japanese Plum)

Prunus salicina 'Ozark Premier' is an heirloom variety of Japanese plum tree with a wide spreading canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, bright green leaves. In early spring, it bursts into a profusion of sweetly fragrant, white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a spectacular display.

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Prunus salicina 'Santa Rosa' (Japanese Plum)

An old-time favorite, Prunus salicina 'Santa Rosa' is a small Japanese plum tree with a rounded canopy clothed in elliptic, finely serrated, bright green leaves. In early spring, it bursts into a profusion of sweetly fragrant, white 5-petaled blossoms, creating a fantastic display.

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