Prunus angustifolia 'Guthrie' Plum

$12.00

Prunus angustifolia 'Guthrie' (apprx 12-15ft tall x 8-10ft wide) A MUST HAVE! an excellent selection made in north Florida by my father-in-law; large 1-inch diameter yellow-red fruit; delicious. In Florida the fruit ripens in June and the trees are absolutely loaded with fruit; seems to be virtually disease and pest resistant. Does not form colonies.
You will need 2-3 plants to get adequate pollination for fruit production.
Zone 6-9
1gallon

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Prunus angustifolia 'Guthrie' (apprx 12-15ft tall x 8-10ft wide) A MUST HAVE! an excellent selection made in north Florida by my father-in-law; large 1-inch diameter yellow-red fruit; delicious. In Florida the fruit ripens in June and the trees are absolutely loaded with fruit; seems to be virtually disease and pest resistant. Does not form colonies.
You will need 2-3 plants to get adequate pollination for fruit production.
Zone 6-9
1gallon

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Guthrie Plum Trees

I received the two Guthrie plum trees I ordered in a timely manner. They were planted soon after receiving them and seem to be doing fine.

Prunus angustifolia 'Guthrie' Plum and Odom' Plum

Healthy and well packed. This is by far the best online site for plants. The plants look happy when you open the box. Not sad and droopy. Upright and strong.

Excellent Source for Native Plants

The plant was large and very healthy. Transplanted and doing great! They always have good stock at a great value! Will order again.

Healthy trees

Trees survived summer shipping and were nice and healthy. I will order some more from them.

Healthy plants

I ordered and received 3 healthy plums. They are growing quickly and were hardly shocked by transplant. 9A

Trees ordered

Trees showed up in excellent condition. I was concerned that I might have been receiving the "leftovers" since the day after I ordered the website had updated their site to say sold out. The trees are very healthy and I look forward to years of plums!