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Full size YELLOW Shiro plum TREES- 5 feet tall, 5 years old, $99 each - $99 (14062, yelm hwy se)

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Full size YELLOW Shiro plum TREES- 5 feet tall, 5 years old, $99 each.
Full size YELLOW Shiro plum TREES- 5 feet tall, 5 years old, $99 each in 30 gallon pots. One inch and half or more main stem diameter. Call or text Lizzie at show contact info . Call or text Ayub at show contact info . Pick up location is at our home, near the Nisqually red wind casino, opposite SOUTHWORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. We have only 10 each of the following trees. Sorry .... no rain checks. Cash, cashapp, venmo, apple-pay, or pay-pal, zelle. No credit cards. We can do SNAP/EBT for fruit trees and veggie seeds also.

YELLOW Shiro plums are a type of Japanese plum that are oval-shaped, golden-yellow in color, and have a thin, tart skin. They are one of the earliest ripening plums and can be eaten fresh, used in cooking, canning, preserves, and desserts. Shiro plums are large, round, and have a mild, sweet flavor and translucent flesh. They can ripen from green to yellow, sometimes with a faint pink blush. Shiro plum trees are fast-growing and prolific, doubling their yield every year for the first five years. They can grow to be 12-16 ft tall and require 12-15 gallons of water per week from May through September.
Shiro plums are partially self-fertile, but for optimal cropping, they should be planted with another early-blooming Japanese plum. The Shiro Plum tree is a Japanese plum variety which is one of the fastest growing and most prolific, doubling its yield every year for the first five years. In fact, these trees produces delicious golden-yellow plums with radiant white flowers in the spring.


$99 each - HERE ARE THE OTHER FRUIT TREES THAT WE HAVE:

CHERRIES:

Lambert cherries are a variety of sweet cherry that are large, round, and heart-shaped with dark red skin and firm, juicy red flesh. They are a cross between a Van and a Stella cherry, and originated in Summerland, Canada.In 1896, Joseph Hamilton Lambert introduced Lambert cherries to the Oregon Horticultural Society, where they became an important part of early Oregon orchards. In 1916, The Oregonian called them "the finest cherry grown in America". Deep, dark red, and heart-shaped, Lambert are excellent fresh eating sweet cherries. Capture the incredible taste by canning them for use later in the year.

Stella cherry is a sweet cherry cultivar that is known for being the first self-fertile sweet cherry to be named. It is a hybrid variety that is a cross between the Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus cherry species.Stella cherry trees are medium-sized, with pyramidal shape and white flowers that bloom in mid-spring. In early to mid-summer, the trees produce a large crop of heart-shaped, dark red cherries that can be eaten straight from the tree. Stella cherry tree is a sweet cherry cultivar that is widely grown for its large, juicy, and sweet cherries. It is a hybrid variety that was created by crossing two other cherry species, Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus.




PEACHES:

Indian Free PEACH is an improved, freestone sport of Indian Blood, which is one of the all-time, highest-rated fruits at taste tests. Indian Blood was an heirloom variety grown at Monticello by Thomas Jefferson, who prized it for its rich color, flavor and size. It's hard to improve on historically great, but with Indian Free, the proof is in the peach! Naturally resistant to peach leaf curl, the tree produces heavy crops of large, aromatic, freestone peaches that have dark red skin and white flesh marbled with crimson stripes. When fully ripe in mid-to-late season, the rich, sweet, distinctive flavor is excellent both eaten fresh and used in preserves, chutneys and fruit leathers.Plant another peach or nectarine as a pollinator.

Elberta peaches are a high-quality eating and canning peach that are known for their honey-sweet taste and aroma. They are also known as the Early Peach Tree. Considered an heirloom variety, Elberta is still one of the most popular peach trees sold today. Early spring puts on a beautiful display of pink blossoms that will eventually turn to fruit. Elberta is a freestone variety and produces large, yellow, and juicy peaches that can be eaten fresh or canned. The peaches ripen in mid-late summer. At maturity, it can reach a height of 10 ft.-14 ft. and a spread of 8 ft.-12 ft.Elberta peach is the favorite peach tree for home gardeners in the United States! It originated in Marshallville, Georgia, in 1870, where it was grown by Samuel H. Rumph, who named the variety after his wife, Clara Elberta Moore. This variety of tree is famed for producing large quantities of excellent fruit for canning. The juicy, yellow flesh is great for eating fresh, as well as canning and freezing. It is a freestone peach (also known as a melting peach), meaning that the flesh separates easily from the peach pit and softens as it ripens. In the spring, the tree blooms with stunning pink blossoms. It is self-pollinating, but adding another peach tree nearby may increase the size of your crop.

Hale Haven peach is a large, freestone peach that is yellow with a red blush near the pit. It is firm, juicy, and very sweet, with a rich flavor. The Hale Haven is considered one of the best canning peaches. The Hale Haven peach tree is great for home planting. It can grow up to 15-25 ft tall and performs best in full sun in moist, slightly acidic to neutral, well-drained soils. The tree requires 850-900 chill hours, which are hours of temperatures below 45ºF (7ºC) in the winter for their buds to open in the spring. Grows up to 15-25 ft. tall (4-8 m) and 8-20 ft. wide (2-6 m). Performs best in full sun in moist, slightly acidic to neutral, well-drained soils.Hale peach is still considered one of the best yellow-fleshed freestone peaches. Exceptionally large, round and uniform with smooth, almost fuzzless skin.

Canadian Harmony peach is a variety of peach tree that was bred by Agriculture Canada in 1968 in Harrow, Ontario. The tree is known for its large, round, yellow fruits with a red blush. The fruit is freestone, firm, sweet, and has a good texture.Canadian Harmony Peach Tree is a cold-hardy variety known for its large, round yellow fruits with a captivating red blush. Bred by Agriculture Canada in 1968 in Harrow, Ontario, this variety stands as a testament to exceptional flavor and adaptability.With a well-balanced flavor, the Canadian Harmony fruit is also very versatile. This is truly an "all-arounder" that can be used for just about anything peach-related. It's juicy and very delicious. Enjoy the large, firm peaches fresh or freeze them for use later in the year.




PLUMS:

Satsuma Japanese Plum Tree---One of the best Japanese Plums, Satsuma Japanese Plum features delicious, large, round, dark fruit. Great for fresh eating and preserves. Satsuma fruit is firm, juicy, and red to the core. Pollinate with other Japanese variety.Satsuma plums are a variety of blood plum that are sweet, meaty, and have dark red flesh. They are round, plump, and about 6–7 centimeters in diameter, with a mottled maroon skin over a green base. Satsuma plums are firm with tough skins that can be somewhat bitter. They are soft when fully ripe and have a juicy consistency.

Blue Damson plums have smooth, shiny skin that is deep purple to black in color, and green leaves that are ovate to elliptic. The flesh is amber in color and has a sweet-tart, bitter flavor that is often considered unpalatable when raw. However, they are famous for their use in cooked applications, combined with added sweeteners. Blue Damson plums are prized for jams, jellies, and chutney, and when cooked, develop a tartness and spiciness perfect for preserves. Blue Damson plums are an heirloom clingstone variety that ripens in late August to early September. They require 600 chill hours and are partially self-fertile. For best crops, it is recommended to plant with another European variety.
When planting a Blue Damson plum tree, choose a sunny location with well-drained soil. Spring is the optimal time for planting, allowing it to establish its root system before the growing season. Adequate spacing between trees ensures proper air circulation and room for growth.

The elephant heart plum is a large, heart-shaped plum that is larger than the common plum variety. The fruit is oblong in shape with rounded shoulders that taper to a point. The skin is velvety, mottled yellow, and ripens to purple-red. The flesh is firm, crisp, and juicy, and the color varies from ruby red to golden. They are juicy and have blood-red free stone flesh with a distinctive rich flavor of honey and vanilla with tart berry undertones. These plums are delightful eaten out of hand, but also spectacular in many summer favorites such as tarts or coffee cakes.

YELLOW Shiro plums are a type of Japanese plum that are oval-shaped, golden-yellow in color, and have a thin, tart skin. They are one of the earliest ripening plums and can be eaten fresh, used in cooking, canning, preserves, and desserts. Shiro plums are large, round, and have a mild, sweet flavor and translucent flesh. They can ripen from green to yellow, sometimes with a faint pink blush. Shiro plum trees are fast-growing and prolific, doubling their yield every year for the first five years. They can grow to be 12-16 ft tall and require 12-15 gallons of water per week from May through September.
Shiro plums are partially self-fertile, but for optimal cropping, they should be planted with another early-blooming Japanese plum. The Shiro Plum tree is a Japanese plum variety which is one of the fastest growing and most prolific, doubling its yield every year for the first five years. In fact, these trees produces delicious golden-yellow plums with radiant white flowers in the spring.



NECTARINES:

What is a Flavortop nectarine? It's yellow fleshed, gold with red blushed fruit ripens mid season. It is a great fresh eater and because of its superior flavor it is also a favorite for pies and deserts.The name says it all! Grow large, juicy nectarines prized for their sweet and tangy flavor. Yellow-fleshed fruit has an attractive red-orange skin. Tree is vigorous and moderately productive. Blossoms are plentiful and showy in spring. Thin the bountiful fruit crop for larger, highest-quality nectarines. Originates from Fresno, California in 1969. Freestone. Ripens in August. Self-pollinating.

Goldmine nectarine is a white-fleshed, sweet, and aromatic variety of nectarine fruit. It has a freestone pit and can be used in desserts or preserves.With the Goldmine Nectarine Tree, you'll have juicy, firm fruit that gives you an excellent flavor, all without leaving the comfort of home. Pink-red blooms transition into small, sumptuous fruits, which thrive through neglect and tough conditions. In fact, the Goldmine loves full sun areas, doesn't require as many chill hours as similar cultivars, and has lower watering needs once established. You won't have to spend a ton of time in the garden to maintain this tree.The Goldmine Nectarine (Prunus persica ‘Goldmine Nectarine’) is a deciduous tree that produces a sweet freestone plump white fleshy fruit. Goldmine blooms March to early April and ripens July- August. This nectarine has intense rich flavor, and is fairly resistant to leaf curl. Under the right conditions, can yield large amounts of fruit especially if well hydrated and fertilized. Ideal for eating fresh, preserves, pies or frozen as halved fruit. A reliable cropper. Pruning in frost free periods (summer for maintaining 8 -10' in height) can keep this specimen small, however over-pruning can stunt crop production.



APPLES:

Honeycrisp apples are a popular apple cultivar developed at the University of Minnesota in 1960. They are a cross between the Macoun and Honeygold apples, and are known for their sweet and tart flavor, crisp texture, and juicy quality.Honeycrisp apples are considered one of the sweetest apples, along with Gala and Red Delicious. A medium Honeycrisp apple contains 5 grams of fiber and 80 calories. The pectin in apples may also help lower cholesterol. The first is their exceptionally crisp and juicy texture. Bite into the cream-colored flesh and the large cells explode with juice in your mouth, carrying a delightful, well-balanced, sub-acid and mildly aromatic flavor. Excellent storage life - Honeycrisp apples have amazing storage life.

Braeburn apples are a cross between a Granny Smith and Lady Hamilton apple. They have a sweet-tart flavor, crisp texture, and a red, streaky exterior with yellow-green to creamy yellow flesh. The Braeburn is absolutely wonderful. It's crisp without being hard, has vibrantly complex apple flavors, and is delightfully juicy. These apples are delicious for eating out of hand, and also are great for baking with.




PEARS:

Three-in-One Combo Pear - A pear that contains three popular varieties that grow well together. It is perfect for smaller gardens. To ensure cross-pollination and fruit production, pear trees should be planted at least two varieties apart, spaced 15-20 feet apart, and compatible with each other.The Pear Jubilee Tree is the perfect combination of art, creativity, and horticulture! Using grafting techniques that go back centuries, four Pear varieties are now growing on just one tree! Each tree will have a combination of Bartlett, Anjou, Comice, Red Bartlett, Moonglow, Kieffer, Luscious, Bosc or Flemish Beauty. The different varieties of pears create a beautiful tree because they are all different shades of green, red, and yellow. Also you get to enjoy a variety of pears all season long because they ripen at different times! Now when one crop is done, another pear with a completely different flavor will be ready to enjoy! The unique varieties pollinate each other! When before you needed to reserve space for at least two trees, this tree takes up much less precious room in your landscape!


APRICOTS-

Tilton apricots are medium-sized, heart-shaped, golden-yellow fruits with a dark-red blush. They are sweet, with a fine textured flesh and a strong, sweet/tart apricot flavor. Tilton apricots are one of the best varieties for canning, but they are also delicious fresh. Tilton apricot trees are self-pollinating and can reach heights of 12-15 feet, with a similar spread. They thrive in USDA hardiness zones 5-8, making them adaptable to diverse climates. The Tilton apricot fruit itself is heart-shaped and golden-yellow with sweet, fine textured flesh and a strong, sweet/tart apricot flavor. Tilton apricot was a chance seedling discovered by J.E. Tilton in 1885 - an exciting breakthrough because unlike other apricots of the time, Tilton is very hardy and unbothered by stormy weather or late frosts. The Tilton apricot fruit itself is heart-shaped and golden-yellow with sweet, fine textured flesh and a strong, sweet/tart apricot flavor. Each year Tilton blooms with tight, cheerful, clusters of pink-white flowers, inviting spring to your home orchard. While Tilton is considered a canning or drying apricot (dried apricots were big business in 1885 California), its strong flavor makes for tasty fresh eating fruit as well. Requires 600-700 chill hours to reliably bloom and set fruit.

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