Plum trees

Explore the range of dwarf plum trees for sale, exclusive to PlantNet. Our low-maintenance plum tree varieties offer a rainbow of colour options that will brighten your garden, from purples and reds to greens and golds. The Backyard Beauties™ range of dwarf fruit trees consists of fruit varieties, which are either naturally dwarfing or grown on a genuine dwarfing rootstock exclusive to PlantNet® and its partner nurseries. The rootstock used for our plum varieties allows us to choose from a wide selection of great eating varieties and make them low maintenance because of the dwarfing rootstock. We also offer some varieties as full-size trees. You’ll find the best range of plum trees online and at your local nursery from PlantNet.

Backyard BeautiesExplore the range of dwarf plum trees for sale, exclusive to PlantNet. Our low-maintenance plum tree varieties offer a rainbow of colour options that will brighten your garden, from purples and reds to greens and golds. The Backyard Beauties™ range of dwarf fruit trees consists of fruit varieties, which are either naturally dwarfing or grown on a genuine dwarfing rootstock exclusive to PlantNet® and its partner nurseries. The rootstock used for our plum varieties allows us to choose from a wide selection of great eating varieties and make them low maintenance because of the dwarfing rootstock. We also offer some varieties as full-size trees.

Our range of plum varieties covers the entire fruiting season. These are small trees with big fruit ideally suited for use in pots or tubs in confined spaces such as balconies, decks and courtyards but are equally at home in large properties.

All of our plum varieties require a pollination partner that flowers at the same time to give you the best crop possible. Buy your favourite variety as a pollination pair and we have picked the best pollinator tree options for you to select from! We only offer one full-sized tree in the plum range which is Spring Satin Plumcot™.

You’ll find the best range of plum trees online and at your local nursery from PlantNet.