Plum Trees - Japanese & Blood Plums

Plum trees in this category come from Asian origins, rather than European, and tend to be a little more sprightly and less fully sweet. Blood plums are amongst the most popular of all plum trees grown

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  • dwarf plum mariposa

    Dwarf Mariposa plum

    Out of stock

    Dwarf Mariposa plum is a brand new addition to our list this year - one of the most popular old blood plums in our list, and now grafted onto semi dwarfing rootstock, yields a dwarf plum tree of around two metres, and carries a genuine fruit load. Ripens: January Pollinates with: Santa Rosa, Satsuma, Dwarf Santa Rosa Chill hours: approx 250 hours (low)    
  • dwarf plum satsuma

    Dwarf Satsuma plum

    Out of stock

    Dwarf Satsuma plum is the dwarf form (two metres high) of maybe the most well known of all blood plums, mid season ripening in February, one of the most reliable plums in our list - crops year in year out, largest in size, rounded dark red, firm juicy flesh, described by one local nurseryman here as having a ‘satisfying clove like depth’ of flavour. Dwarf Satsuma plum is a good bearer, useful for preserving and bottling, quite self fertile on its own, only needs 300-400 winter chill hours. Ripens: February Pollinates with: Self fertile, Dwarf Mariposa, Santa Rosa Chill Hours: 300-400
  • plumcot tree

    Plumcot

    Out of stock

    Plumcot is a mixture of a Japanese plum and an apricot, plumcot are large fruits, apricot colour and skin type, delicious plum/apricot interior flesh Ripens: February Pollinates with: Mariposa
  • Sultan blood plum

    Out of stock

    Heirloom blood plum, the Sultan blood plum is a rare breed, loved by all who try it, medium sized, soft and juicy blood red flesh, bright lively flavour, self fertile, ripening mid season, low spreading tree (easier to net) Ripens: Jan/Feb Pollinates with: Self fertile
  • Amber Jewell

    One of the newest plums in our list, and also probably the sweetest of any Japanese type plum in our list, this is a large conical plum developed in Australia, juicy and delicious, very low acidity, and flavour excellent, the Amber Jewel is a plum apricot hybrid with aromatic fragrance and a pleasant absence of acidity. Great fresh, or a wonderful addition to your favorite fruit salad. Has partial self fertility, or will set heavier crops with cross pollination from Santa Rosa or Tegan Blue
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Donsworth blood plum

    The Donsworth blood plum is the earliest of our blood plums, and a very good quality plum too, large, juicy and great flavour, reliable, should do well in  a lot of different places Ripens: December Pollinate with: Santa Rosa, Mariposa
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Pluot

    This is a very popular interspecific fruit - Pluot is a cross between a Japanese plum and an apricot, very attractive fruits which look like plums, but have some good apricot tang in the flavour, a favourite with many who try it
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • licola blood plum

    Licola blood plum

    Out of stock

    The Licola blood plum is a small to medium size blood plum with very good sweet flavour, solid and meaty flesh with plenty of juice, ripens mid season just after Satsuma finishes, grows well with us in hot dry northern Victoria and we suspect would do well in cooler climates too (as this is where it originated) Ripens: Feb/March  
  • Dwarf Elephant Heart plum

    Dwarf plum, we get many enquiries for this plum, the Elephant Heart plum, it's a large heart shaped, purple red blood plum with a genuinely distinctive flavour, a bit like a cherry, lovely juicy plum, ripens over a long period, comes grafted onto a dwarf rootstock, to grow approx 2 metres high, with good fruit load Ripens: Dec-Feb Pollinates with: Mariposa, dwarf mariposa
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Narrabeen plum

    The Dwarf Narrabeen plum is a small willowy growing tree, bearing large red plums with firm, yellow, fine flavoured flesh, late maturing, a slipstone, and a very satisfying plum to eat, does well with us, and said to have some natural resistance to bacterial blight, manageable tree growing to approx 2 metres tall Ripens: February Pollinates with: part self fertile, Mariposa, Satsuma, Santa Rosa
    $42.00 inc. GST

  • Ruby blood plum

    A sought after plum for many people, the Ruby blood plum is a late ripener, with good sized fruits and the lighter pinker kind of blood plum flesh Ripens: March Pollinate with: Satsuma, Santa Rosa, Mariposa, Narabeen  
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • dwarf plum satsuma

    Satsuma plum

    Maybe the most well known of all blood plums, the Satsuma plum is a mid season plum, largest in size, rounded dark red, firm juicy spicy flesh, described by one local nurseryman here as having a ‘satisfying clove like depth’ of flavour. The Satsuma plum is a good bearer, useful for preserving and bottling, partly self fertile and gives even bigger crops if cross pollinated. Ripens: February Pollinate with: partly self fertile, Santa Rosa, Queen Rosa, Red Ace, Narabeen, Mariposa Chill hours: 300-400
    $28.00 inc. GST