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Plum (Berries, minor fruits and fruit trees)

We offer several cultivars of sweet plum trees of all colors which have been selected for their hardiness, their good taste and production as well as their resistance to diseases in some cases.

For U.S customers: Sorry, the majority of the fruit trees cannot be shipped to the United States due to restrictions by Agriculture Canada and USDA.

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A discount will be automatically calculated if at least 25 items are ordered regardless of the type:
25 to 50 = 5%
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351 and more = 25%
Discount from 30% to 40% for large quantities... request a quote by email
American Hybrid Plum Gracious Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )
American Hybrid Plum Gracious Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )

American Hybrid variety Large, attractive, marbled red fruit about 4 cm (1 5/8") in diameter. Sweet, juicy, yellow, orange flesh makes it pleasant to eat fresh, but also suitable for canning, preserving or processing. Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for pollination. Compatible... more

American Hybrid variety Large, attractive, marbled red fruit about 4 cm (1 5/8") in diameter.... more

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American Hybrid Plum Kahinta Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang ) American Hybrid Plum Kahinta Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )
American Hybrid Plum Kahinta Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )

American Hybrid Variety Ultra-juicy, sweet and spicy amber flesh makes for a refreshing and enjoyable experience. Medium to large size, purple-red plums store surprisingly well in the refrigerator. The compact tree starts producing early and continues with a constant abundance. Pollination: Self-sterile.... more

American Hybrid Variety Ultra-juicy, sweet and spicy amber flesh makes for a refreshing and enjoyable... more

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American Hybrid Plum Tecumseh Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )
American Hybrid Plum Tecumseh Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )

American Hybrid An upright, densely branched tree that bears medium-sized dark purple plums with juicy red flesh. Tecumseh plums are good to eat fresh, in jam or jelly. Plums ripen in September. Prefer well-drained soil in full sun. Prune when young to create an open branching structure so that there is an... more

American Hybrid An upright, densely branched tree that bears medium-sized dark purple plums with juicy... more

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American plum (prunus americana) American plum (prunus americana)
American plum (prunus americana)

Wild Plum Tree Pollinator producing small plums. Beautiful bloom in May. The tree is not grafted so the fruits can be of variable quality. Always excellent for jam and cooking. Often good to eat fresh too. Extremely productive. Resistant to the black knot that affects plum trees of European origin. ... more

Wild Plum Tree Pollinator producing small plums. Beautiful bloom in May. The tree is not grafted so the... more

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Blue Damson plum Blue Damson plum
Blue Damson plum

European variety Small dark blue fruit with an adherent stone, whose yellow-green flesh is very juicy. Delicious fresh, in preserves or jams. Fruiting takes 3 to 5 years after planting. Ripens in early to mid-September. Pruning is done at the end of winter. In autumn, install a spiral on the trunk to protect it... more

European variety Small dark blue fruit with an adherent stone, whose yellow-green flesh is very juicy.... more

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Combo Fruit Salad 4 varieties of fruits on same rootstock Combo Fruit Salad 4 varieties of fruits on same rootstock
Combo Fruit Salad 4 varieties of fruits on same rootstock

  1X Frost Peach or 1X Hardy Red Nectarine, 1X Nadia Plum or Brooks Plum, 1X Puget Gold Apricot or Harcot Apricot.

  1X Frost Peach or 1X Hardy Red Nectarine, 1X Nadia Plum or Brooks Plum, 1X Puget Gold... more

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Fofonoff plum/Homesteader
Fofonoff plum/Homesteader

Hybrid variety Plum Fofonoff - Also known as Homesteader The Fofonoff plum is a "must" for the northern climate. Fofonoff comes to us from Saskatchewan and produces a firm, yellow-skinned, sweet and juicy plum. It is an excellent plum to eat fresh and to make jam. Pollination: Self-sterile.... more

Hybrid variety Plum Fofonoff - Also known as Homesteader The Fofonoff plum is a "must" for... more

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Green gage plum Green gage plum
Green gage plum

European variety Fruits are round, greenish, then somewhat green-golden when ripe; juicy and sweet. The stone is not very adherent. European type, it must be planted with another European plum variety for pollination. Harvest in mid-September. Excellent for jams, preserves or fresh eating! Does not tolerate very... more

European variety Fruits are round, greenish, then somewhat green-golden when ripe; juicy and sweet. The... more

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Japanese plum Satsuma
Japanese plum Satsuma

Japanese Dark red fruit with very tasty, sweet flesh. Harvest in mid-September. Prune during dormant season (late March, early April). Pollination: Self-sterile, requires a second plum tree for cross-pollination. Planting distance between plum trees: 12 ft. Hardiness zone: 5

Japanese Dark red fruit with very tasty, sweet flesh. Harvest in mid-September. Prune during dormant... more

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Mystery plum tree
Mystery plum tree

COMING SOON Unidentified plums, sold at a 25% discount.

COMING SOON Unidentified plums, sold at a 25% discount.

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Northern Sunset plumcot Northern Sunset plumcot
Northern Sunset plumcot

Dwarf The original plum/apricot hybrid introduced by Luther Burbank, sometimes referred to as the Burbank Plumcot. Both the tree form and fruit appearance show the plum influence. The tree itself is much more vigorous and is healthier looking than most apricots. In fact, with its glossy abundant foliage and tall... more

Dwarf The original plum/apricot hybrid introduced by Luther Burbank, sometimes referred to as the... more

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Plum 'Black Ice' prunus on mustang semi dwarf
Plum 'Black Ice' prunus on mustang semi dwarf

American and Asian cross variety. The fruit is sweet, juicy and semi-clingy. Purple in color, its fruits reach maturity at the end of August. It is also very resistant to diseases. This plum is the result of a complex cross of sand cherry (Prunus besseyi) with Japanese plum genetics. The breeder's goal was... more

American and Asian cross variety. The fruit is sweet, juicy and semi-clingy. Purple in color, its... more

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Plum 'hardy 4 way multi graft 4 on 1 Plum 'hardy 4 way multi graft 4 on 1
Plum 'hardy 4 way multi graft 4 on 1

REDUCED PRICE DUE TO DAMAGE (GRAFTS THAT FAILED) SOME TREES NOW HAVE ONLY TWO OR THREE GRAFTS Plum mix - 4 varieties on the same tree: Waneta, Toka, Brooks red, Black Ice, Green gage Hardiness zone: 3 Pollination: Self-fertilizing but best results with two plum trees. Planting distance between... more

REDUCED PRICE DUE TO DAMAGE (GRAFTS THAT FAILED) SOME TREES NOW HAVE ONLY TWO OR THREE GRAFTS Plum... more

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plum Brookred (prunus spp) plum Brookred (prunus spp)
plum Brookred (prunus spp)

Hybrid variety Vigorous and productive plum tree. Red plums, sweet, good quality. Harvest at the end of August.  Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for pollination. Compatible varieties: American plum, black plum. Planting distance between two trees: 12 feet Hardiness... more

Hybrid variety Vigorous and productive plum tree. Red plums, sweet, good quality. Harvest at the end of... more

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Plum Burbank prunus salicina Plum Burbank prunus salicina
Plum Burbank prunus salicina

Japanese variety Super beautiful variety of plum tree resistant to black nodule and giving very good yield. Fruits ripen in late August, early September. Large round dark red fruits, with firm yellow flesh, juicy and sweet. Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for pollination. Compatible... more

Japanese variety Super beautiful variety of plum tree resistant to black nodule and giving very good... more

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Plum Canadian or Black 'prunus nigra' Plum Canadian or Black 'prunus nigra'
Plum Canadian or Black 'prunus nigra'

Wild Plum The black plum (Prunus nigra) is the best pollinator for hybrid plum trees. It also produces a tasty and very sweet fruit. The black plum, or Prunus nigra, is the wild plum tree of Canada. Their fruit is delicious, so be sure to pick them when they are ripe. They are magnificent in spring with their... more

Wild Plum The black plum (Prunus nigra) is the best pollinator for hybrid plum trees. It also produces... more

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Plum Early Golden Plum Early Golden
Plum Early Golden

Asian variety Round fruit, golden yellow washed with red; juicy flesh and non-adherent pit. Can be eaten fresh or made into jam. Produces a good crop every 2 years. It will start producing fruit 2 to 3 years after planting. Maturity in early August. Pruning is done at the end of winter. Pollination:... more

Asian variety Round fruit, golden yellow washed with red; juicy flesh and non-adherent pit. Can be... more

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PLUM ELEPHANT HEART PLUM ELEPHANT HEART
PLUM ELEPHANT HEART

Japanese variety With a larger than average size and a rounded stem end tapering to a soft point, it does indeed look like a large heart. It has a mottled pistachio and purple skin, deepening to burgundy red with a powdery matte finish. When ripe, it is heavy in the hand, full of sweet juice and firm but... more

Japanese variety With a larger than average size and a rounded stem end tapering to a soft point, it... more

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Plum Fortune Plum Fortune
Plum Fortune

Japanese variety High quality plum with red skin and yellow flesh with little flavor. They ripen in early August and bloom in early spring. They need deep clay soils. Fortune plums are large and have a dark red skin, while their pulp is light yellow with orange hues. The pulp is juicy and low in fiber with a... more

Japanese variety High quality plum with red skin and yellow flesh with little flavor. They ripen in... more

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Plum German (prunus Spp) Plum German (prunus Spp)
Plum German (prunus Spp)

European variety Purple and sweet plum. To be eaten fresh, a little sweet, plum tree. Small open pit. Pollination: Self-fertile but better results if pollinated with another plum tree. Compatible varieties: Mirabelle plum, President plum, Reine-Claude plum, Blue Damask plum, Empress plum, Late Italian... more

European variety Purple and sweet plum. To be eaten fresh, a little sweet, plum tree. Small open pit. ... more

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Plum Late Italian
Plum Late Italian

European variety Upright habit becoming more or less rounded with age. Likes rich, fresh and well drained soil. Must be well sheltered from the wind. Yellow autumn foliage. White and fragrant flowers. Produces sweet, elongated, firm plums. Fruits are blue, almost black, with greenish-yellow flesh and adherent... more

European variety Upright habit becoming more or less rounded with age. Likes rich, fresh and well... more

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Plum Methley  prunus salicina Plum Methley  prunus salicina
Plum Methley prunus salicina

Hybrid variety Produces large plums of a beautiful dark red color. Its plums are harvested between late June and mid-July. Its red-purple flesh is soft, very juicy, slightly acid and sweet.  Pollination: Self-fertile, very productive. Hardiness zone: 4b

Hybrid variety Produces large plums of a beautiful dark red color. Its plums are harvested between late... more

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Plum Mount-Royal (prunus Spp) Plum Mount-Royal (prunus Spp)
Plum Mount-Royal (prunus Spp)

European variety Blue or purple plum with very sweet, melting and aromatic yellow flesh. Fruits ripen around mid-September and this variety is European which means that another European plum tree can be pollinated by this species. Pollination: Self-fertile. Planting distance between the two trees: 12... more

European variety Blue or purple plum with very sweet, melting and aromatic yellow flesh. Fruits ripen... more

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Plum Ozark Premier Plum Ozark Premier
Plum Ozark Premier

Japanese variety The fruit is of big size, with red skin with purplish tones. The pulp has a yellow color. Taste: The fruit has a sweet, aromatic and slightly astringent taste. Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for pollination. Compatible varieties: Shiro plum, Burbank plum, Early... more

Japanese variety The fruit is of big size, with red skin with purplish tones. The pulp has a yellow... more

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Plum pembina Plum pembina
Plum pembina

Hybrid variety Large red plum. Juicy fruit with sweet flesh, thick skin and a bit of tartness. Good choice for desserts, it is fair for cooking and canning. Excellent choice of plum tree for the North because it has a good tolerance to cold.  This plum tree is a hybrid between a Japanese plum and an... more

Hybrid variety Large red plum. Juicy fruit with sweet flesh, thick skin and a bit of tartness. Good... more

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Plum Petite prune d'Agen
Plum Petite prune d'Agen

European variety The small dark purple fruits make one of the best plums for drying and making prunes. Very sweet and delicious, it is also ideal for eating fresh. Plum trees like 1/2 day full sun and well drained soil. Pollination requirements: The Petite Prune d'Agen is partially self-fertile. Plant... more

European variety The small dark purple fruits make one of the best plums for drying and making prunes.... more

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Plum Ptitsin
Plum Ptitsin

Small, 1.25 inch (4 cm) wide, yellow-green, firm fruit with greenish, very sweet flesh. Core not adherent. Ripens in mid-August. Delicious in the mouth. Cooked, it has a peach taste. High yield. Pollination: Self-pollinating. Requires another plum tree for pollination. Compatible varieties: Brookgold plum,... more

Small, 1.25 inch (4 cm) wide, yellow-green, firm fruit with greenish, very sweet flesh. Core not adherent.... more

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Plum Seneca Prunus domestica (dwarf rootstock)
Plum Seneca Prunus domestica (dwarf rootstock)

European cultivar Deciduous, upright, open-leafed fruit tree with oval to elliptical, toothed, medium green leaves and white flowers in late spring, followed by large, oval to round, reddish-purple fruits with sweet yellow-orange flesh, ready for harvest in late summer or early fall. Pollination: Self-fertile ... more

European cultivar Deciduous, upright, open-leafed fruit tree with oval to elliptical, toothed, medium green... more

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Plum Shiro Plum Shiro
Plum Shiro

Asian variety This plum tree produces an abundance of yellow fruits tinged with pink, of medium size, with a sweet yellow flesh and a sticky stone. Fruiting will begin 2 to 3 years after planting. Maturity in mid-August. Pruning is done at the end of winter. Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum... more

Asian variety This plum tree produces an abundance of yellow fruits tinged with pink, of medium size,... more

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Plum Stanley
Plum Stanley

European variety Blue fruit with firm flesh. Harvest in September. Prune during the dormant period (end of March, beginning of April). Pollination: Self-fertile Hardiness zone : 4b

European variety Blue fruit with firm flesh. Harvest in September. Prune during the dormant period (end... more

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plum tree La Crescent  (Prunus Spp) plum tree La Crescent  (Prunus Spp)
plum tree La Crescent (Prunus Spp)

Hybrid variety The 'La Crescent' plum produces a sweet and juicy fruit with a flavor similar to the apricot. The appearance is also similar to the apricot with its yellow to orange skin and yellow flesh. The plum is melting and not fibrous. Its stone is non-sticky (it detaches easily from the flesh),... more

Hybrid variety The 'La Crescent' plum produces a sweet and juicy fruit with a flavor similar to... more

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Plum Vampire Plum Vampire
Plum Vampire

Japanese variety A late mid-season plum with medium to large fruit size. It has an attractive mix of bright green and ruby red skin. The flesh is red and very juicy. Has more cold tolerance than any other red flesh plum here in Canada.  Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for... more

Japanese variety A late mid-season plum with medium to large fruit size. It has an attractive mix of... more

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Plum Vanette Plum Vanette
Plum Vanette

European variety Blue-purple fruit with yellow flesh, loose pit, medium to large size, ovoid, good quality. Ripens around August 17 in Vineland, three days after Valerie.  Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for pollination. Compatible varieties: Stanley plum, Late Italian plum,... more

European variety Blue-purple fruit with yellow flesh, loose pit, medium to large size, ovoid, good... more

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Plum Waneta Plum Waneta
Plum Waneta

American variety Large, juicy red fruits of good quality. Dark yellow flesh, good for fresh consumption. Ripens at the end of July, high yield. Likes rich, fresh and well drained soil types. Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for pollination. Compatible varieties: American plum, Black... more

American variety Large, juicy red fruits of good quality. Dark yellow flesh, good for fresh... more

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Plum Yellow Eggs prunus domestica Plum Yellow Eggs prunus domestica
Plum Yellow Eggs prunus domestica

  European variety As the name suggests, the Yellow Egg plum is a type of European plum shaped like a yellow egg. Known for being slightly smaller, European plums are a great addition to home orchards for their freshness when allowed to fully ripen, as well as for their use in pies, tarts and various... more

  European variety As the name suggests, the Yellow Egg plum is a type of European plum shaped... more

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Pluot : DAPPLE DANDY Dwarf ( Krymsk 1 )
Pluot : DAPPLE DANDY Dwarf ( Krymsk 1 )

For zone 5-6 will be pollinated by plumcots or other pluots Pluots, by definition, are three-quarters plum and one-quarter apricot. Possibly the best known Pluot variety is Dapple Dandy, created by famed fruit breeder Floyd Zaiger of Modesto, California. The skin of this large, chubby-cheeked fruit turns to a... more

For zone 5-6 will be pollinated by plumcots or other pluots Pluots, by definition, are three-quarters plum... more

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Pluot : FLAVOR KING Semi-Dwarf (Mustang) Pluot : FLAVOR KING Semi-Dwarf (Mustang)
Pluot : FLAVOR KING Semi-Dwarf (Mustang)

NEW / Zone 5b If you appreciate plums or apricots, you are likely to love the fruit of the Flavor King pluot trees. This cross between a plum and an apricot that has many characteristics of a plum. The fruit of Flavor King fruit trees are technically pluots, but many people call them Flavor King plums. If you want... more

NEW / Zone 5b If you appreciate plums or apricots, you are likely to love the fruit of the Flavor King... more

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Pluot : FLAVOR QUEEN Dwarf ( Krymsk 1 ) Pluot : FLAVOR QUEEN Dwarf ( Krymsk 1 )
Pluot : FLAVOR QUEEN Dwarf ( Krymsk 1 )

for zone 5 or 6 and need to be pollinated by other pluot or plumcot The Pluot is “Interspecific”, meaning it is a complex hybrid of 70 percent plum, 30 percent apricot with decidedly more plum-like traits. Also called a plumcot, the fruit of a Pluot is smooth-skinned like a plum, sturdy and durable... more

for zone 5 or 6 and need to be pollinated by other pluot or plumcot The Pluot is... more

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Pluot : FLAVOR SUPREME Dwarf ( Krymsk 1 )
Pluot : FLAVOR SUPREME Dwarf ( Krymsk 1 )

For zone 5b Another winner from Zaiger Hybrids in California, Flavor Supreme® is the first pluot of the season to ripen and as one grower put it - "The most coveted early fruit in our orchard." Greenish-purple mottled skin covers the rich, honey sweet, burgundy-red flesh with dribble off-your-chin... more

For zone 5b Another winner from Zaiger Hybrids in California, Flavor Supreme® is the first pluot of... more

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Purple heart plum prunus spp.
Purple heart plum prunus spp.

Hybrid variety Medium-sized fruit with red-purple skin and flesh. Fleshy, sweet and rich without astringency. The skin and flesh are dark purple on this round and fleshy plum of 4 cm with a very small pit.  Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for pollination.  Compatible... more

Hybrid variety Medium-sized fruit with red-purple skin and flesh. Fleshy, sweet and rich without... more

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Spring satin plumcot Spring satin plumcot
Spring satin plumcot

Apricot meets plum! Dwarf This unique cross produces plums with red-black skin and red-gold flesh that are very sweet: 33% sugar. The fruits are larger and firmer than other varieties of the same kind. The tree is vigorous and productive. Ripens at the end of July. Pollination: Self-sterile. Requires... more

Apricot meets plum! Dwarf This unique cross produces plums with red-black skin and red-gold flesh... more

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Superior plum prunus Sp Superior plum prunus Sp
Superior plum prunus Sp

Hybrid variety Sweet fruit of good size, red with juicy yellow flesh. Harvest in early September. Prune during the dormant season (late March, early April). It pollinates well American plum trees or American/Japanese hybrids.  Pollination : Self-sterile. Requires another plum tree for pollination. ... more

Hybrid variety Sweet fruit of good size, red with juicy yellow flesh. Harvest in early September. Prune... more

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Toka plum on mustang semi dwarf Toka plum on mustang semi dwarf
Toka plum on mustang semi dwarf

Hybrid variety The best pollinator for Japanese, European, or American varieties Produces large, firm, yellow-fleshed red fruit with a unique spicy flavor. It has a very good resistance to diseases such as black knot which affects a lot of European type plum trees in our humid summers. For fresh or canned... more

Hybrid variety The best pollinator for Japanese, European, or American varieties Produces large,... more

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