Fruiting Plum Trees

Type: Tree

Fruiting Plum Trees

Growing plump and juicy plums can be an enriching experience. Plums need a sunny spot to become productive and will flourish in USDA plant hardiness zones 4 to 9.

Fruiting plum trees are easier to care for than many other fruit trees. Besides, they are famous for increasing. They can add up to 24" of new growth per season. Your trees will produce fruit within a few growing seasons--you might get a few plums by year two or three, and your yield will increase until it reaches an abundant harvest in either year five or six.

The plum tree symbolizes both abundance and good fortune. It makes a thoughtful gift for an anniversary, wedding, or celebrating a new home.

Wholesale Nursery Sells These Fruiting Plum Trees

Fruiting plum trees are an incredible way to increase self-sufficiency and grow a healthy food source while beautifying your yard.

Generally, plum trees achieve a total height of around 20' at maturity and can be equally as wide. The two species we carry are prolific bearers you will enjoy very much.

Here are the two types that Wholesale Nursery sells:

  • Santa Rosa: This variety grows best in USDA planting zones 5 to 9. It is a red to purple hue and will ripen in the mid-summer. It self-pollinates, so you do not need a second tree.
  • Methley: This plum grows well in zones 4 through 9. It has fewer care needs than other fruit trees and produces a mildly sweet, pleasant, juicy red or purple fruit.

Please reach out to us if you are unsure which will work best for you.

Order Your Fruiting Plum Trees From Wholesale Nursery Today

Raising fruiting plum trees can be one of the most rewarding experiences--give it a try. Order from Wholesale Nursery today to ensure you receive the healthiest specimens.