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Plum trees are usually grafted for sale except for the native wild plum trees that sprout and grow from the seed that are planted for wildlife plantations, but those wild ungrafted plum trees are usually unpredictably flavored and sometimes wormy.  Plums grow in several colors, red, purple and yellow, but new black colored plumcots are hybrids of plum crossed with apricot, and the green colored “green egg” plum is ready to eat in the green stage, surprisingly to mature with the green unusual soft color with the delicious juicy flavors, especially when ripened right on the tree.  For the best information on planting plum trees properly or if you have any pollination questions, call Aaron's farm plum tree nursery, and we can ship your plum trees fast when in season by UPS right to your front door.

Au Rosa Plum Tree Blue Damson Plum Tree Bruce Plum Tree Golden Globe Plum Tree Green Gage Plum Tree Methley Plum Tree

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Au Rosa Plum Tree Blue Damson Plum Tree Bruce Plum Tree Golden Globe Plum Tree Green Gage Plum Tree Methley Plum Tree
USDA Zones 5-8


USDA Zones 5-9


USDA Zones 5-9 USDA Zones 5-9 USDA Zones 5-9 USDA Zones 5-9
Morris Plum Tree Royal Purple Plum Tree Sand Plum Tree Santa Rosa Plum Tree Tonto Plum Tree Yellow Gold Plum Tree
Morris Plum Tree Royal Purple Plum Tree Sand Plum Tree Santa Rosa Plum Tree Tonto Plum Tree Yellow Gold Plum Tree
USDA Zones 5-9 USDA Zones 4-9 USDA Zones 5-9 USDA Zones 5-9 USDA Zones 5-9 USDA Zones 5-9
Santa Rosa Plum Tree
Methley Plum
Methley Plum Trees
Considered one of the top varieties of plum trees that you could get today is the Santa Rosa Plum. With our one-year warranty it would be a shame to pass up an offer on such an important commercial variety that you could grow easily at your home today. A self-fertile plum that requires as little as 250 chill hours is the Methley Plum. It's a medium sized plum with a purplish skin, and we have them ready to be planted in any backyard garden today!

Have you ever considered growing your own backyard Plum orchard. Here at Aaron's Farm we can provide you with the growing and pollination information, as well as free planting videos that will help make sure your plum growing experience is successful. From USDA Zones 4-9 we can almost guarantee that there is a variety here perfect for you.