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Stanley Prune-Plum

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Description

Easy to Grow! A Stark Pick

The gold standard for prunes. This variety produces abundant crops of oval-shaped fruit with deep purple skin and sweet golden flesh. Tastes great when picked fresh or when dried or canned. Perfect for gardeners in the Northeast, Midwest, and upper South. Freestone. Developed in Geneva, New York in 1926. Ripens in early September. Self-pollinating. A licensed variety of Cornell University.

Characteristics

Bloom Color White
Fruit Color Purple
Fruit Size Medium
Pollination Self-Pollinating
Ripens/Harvest Early September
Shade/Sun Full Sun
Soil Composition Loamy
Soil Moisture Well Drained
Soil pH Level 6.0 - 7.0
Taste Sweet, Juicy
Texture Firm
Years to Bear 3 - 6
Zone Range 5 - 7

Zone Compatibility

This Variety's Zone Range 5 - 7
My Hardiness Zone ?
The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.

Size & Spacing

Mature Size

When your tree matures, it will be approximately 18 - 20' tall x 18 - 20' wide.

Recommended Spacing

We recommend spacing these trees 18 - 20' apart to ensure room for growth.

Pollination

This variety is self pollinating.

In many cases, you may still want to plant pollinating partners to increase the size of your crops, but with self-pollinating varieties doing so is optional. You'll get fruit with only one plant!

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

Learn all about how to grow plum trees in The Growing Guide. An entire section of our website dedicated to your growing success.

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Why did you choose this?
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For my mother
Christian D on Nov 7, 2020
I've bought from you before
Ron N on Oct 20, 2020
For my mother
Christian D on Nov 7, 2020
hardy in my zone
Deborah S on Nov 4, 2020
I've bought from you before
Ron N on Oct 20, 2020
I want to make plum jelly, and jams. Stanley seems to be a good choice for this!
Teresa P on May 17, 2020
I love jelly made with this plum. Since this is a freestone plum, I plan on making plum wine.
CATHIE P on May 17, 2020
Like the flavor
ROBERT N on May 16, 2020
This looked like a good choice for canning.
Jan W on May 14, 2020
self pollinating and I love prunes and plums!
Andrea D on May 14, 2020
I have been looking for this plum variety for a long time and was surprised that it is available. Thanks.
Vivienne on May 13, 2020
I have a Methly plum tree that's growing from underneath the graft and I really want some plums that will be what I want. I also looked for canned plums in the store and they're non-existent. So I want to can plums so that I can have them when I want.
Pam H on May 13, 2020
We've had a Stanley Plum for nearly 10 years, and it was damaged by Japanese beetles two years ago. It survived, but died the next spring and we had to cut it down. It gave us bushels of plums to eat, share, dehydrate, and freeze over those years. We are ready for another now! Luscious flavor and huge crops from a small tree.
Linda C on May 12, 2020
Lost the one we planted last year to that late freeze was really surprised that it didn't survive.
Randall H on May 11, 2020
I have grown it in the past with very good results.
Virginia F on Apr 4, 2020
Nice shade tree for our front yard and to cross pollinate with our damson tree.
Jennifer H on Apr 4, 2020
I have grown up with my mother buying these plums in the fall and baking with them. I decided to have my own so I don't miss them every year.
Carrol M on Oct 9, 2018
Trying to start a home orchard of different fruits and haven't seen blue plums anywhere in the area hoping that they will grow well and provide some good food.
Alan B on Sep 26, 2018
Plums... Purple flowers... not more to say
Robin d on Apr 29, 2018
Iowa State University Extension recommendation for Iowa.
KENNETH W on Sep 4, 2017
My husband grew up eating these plums and I wanted to surprise him with his very own tree for our anniversary.
Kimberly C on Jun 6, 2017
We had one in another state and the plums were delicious. The tree was a great producer for a small tree. The plums are very sweet and make great jelly too. I would recommend this plum tree. I do recommend treating it to prevent boars as a prevention as it gets older.
Jill M on May 13, 2017
My grandparent had two and we loved them. Plus we're Italian, enough said
ANTHONY D on Apr 23, 2017
Flavor and versatility.
Nadine P on Apr 20, 2017
old time favorite. My father always had these trees in his orchard when I was a kid, and I loved eating the plums right off the tree!
Bruce on Apr 6, 2017
Fresh eating and try preserving as prunes. Been waiting to be available again
mike r on Mar 9, 2017
I used to have it in my garden fort 7 years. It was the most beautiful and giving abundant crop for at least 5 years. I liked the size too. It never got any disease or infestation.
Olga C on Mar 2, 2017
only place I found that carried the prune plum and starks was highly recommended by a neighbor
Stephanie H on Feb 13, 2017
Particularly for the zone. I am in Zone 5A. Also, it seems to be a well known variety. We'll see how it goes.
Terri D on Feb 9, 2017
We had this Prune Plum for several years and it did well where we live. We are located about 13 miles north of St George, Utah. Wonderful plum to eat and to preserve.
Barbara N on Jan 23, 2017
I picked this item because I like the way that it looks, so pretty!
Casey K on Jan 17, 2017
I chose the Stanley Plum because I have a Damson and it needed a friend. They will compliment each other and give me the best of plum jam with the Damson and the best of prunes and canning with the Stanley. I ordered this the day I received and planted two Contender Peach trees from Stark.
keith h on Nov 16, 2016
Great classic easy to grow fruit, seen from childhood, where fruit cluttered the sidewalks in our town (Cleveland, Ohio)
Carl T on Nov 14, 2016
These plums are wonderful for pies
Brad on Nov 12, 2016
very easy to grow with marvelous sweet meaty plums- not watery, the best for jams and preserves/keeps shape
elizabeth s on Oct 17, 2016
This Plum makes the best jam!
DIANNE C on Oct 9, 2016
This is my favorite plum
BERTHA S on Oct 8, 2016
I grew-up with a plum tree in the backyard and loved it! I noted this one is labeled "easy to grow." The fruit trees I previously ordered from Stark are thriving.
Judith K on Sep 22, 2016
My late grandfather used to have a similar plum tree in his yard in New Britain, CT, and I hope to be able to grow these at my home in NE MA.
James G on Sep 7, 2016
We chose this particular kind of plum to dehydrate, to make our own prunes.
ARLENE S on May 6, 2016
Remember these easy and sweet to eat off the tree plums at my Grandpa's
JOHN L on May 5, 2016
Supposed to be good for my area, I love a dark plum
Gabrielle D on Mar 30, 2016
I have three other Stanley plum and love these fresh and love them canned.
Barbara S on Mar 30, 2016
I had one of these for 30 years, and loved the flavor ( and that it was freestone )
NANCY Z on Mar 22, 2016
Self pollinating and room for only one plum, liked write up in catalog
Geoffrey C on Mar 15, 2016
I was looking for plum same as I had in Ukraine.
Inna S on Mar 9, 2016
It was recommended by Stark Bros. That alone is enough for me. I have 5 apple and peach trees along with assorted berries and grapes that I purchased from their catalogs and have had only one problem with one peach tree. It was replaced free, with no hassle and is doing well, no questions asked. They are a company I have come to trust and rely on!
Bill, C.G. Illinois
William C on Mar 7, 2016
This is the heaviest bearing plum that I know of
JADA U on Mar 5, 2016
love this fruit and you can't find in a store so have to grow your own
Beverly L on Mar 2, 2016
Variety's reputation. My neighbor has them and they are excellent producers and beautiful trees.
jospeh s on Feb 23, 2016
hardy in my zone
Deborah S on Nov 4, 2020
I want to make plum jelly, and jams. Stanley seems to be a good choice for this!
Teresa P on May 17, 2020
We have problems with late frost. Would this tree be a good choice for our area?
William A on Sep 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Mine are 2 years old this year also, and I didn't get blooms; but since the leaves didn't start sprouting until mid-April here in mid-Indiana, zone 5b, which I consider late, you may be all right considering whatever your zone is.
My Stanley plum sets fruit beautifully but they will not ripen on the tree. They stay hard and basically inedible. This year it's loaded with fruit so much I did then it but I'm afraid they will not ripen like last year! Suggestions?! Thanks in advance!
Laurie F on Jun 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They don???t get soft and mushy like the other plum. Stanley plum stay crunchy even if it???s ripe. Once they are dark purple pick the fruits because they are ready as they can be.
I live in central NC and we can have early blooms in March and then freezing nights in mid April. Will the Stanley plum bear every year in those conditions?
vince r on Apr 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: My Stanley Prune Plum usually blooms later when most of the danger of possible frosts
are over; however, we did have a few night like that last year. I attempted to put some
type of cover, like a bed sheet, something light like that, over the sensitive blooms on
all my fruit bearing plants. Unless it is a hard freeze, well below 32F it may not have
a great effect on blooms well off the ground.
why are the green and immature plums falling -- more fruit has fallen off (inedible)?
Heather M on Jun 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Heather- Fruit trees produce more blossoms then they need to improve their chances of making fruit (seeds) during adverse weather conditions like spring frosts. If nothing kills the blossoms the trees are often left with more fruits than it can grow and remain healthy. When this happens often a tree will abort some of its fruits so that it can focus it's energy into producing successful fruits.

A good fruit tree grower will thin their fruit load each year to assist the tree's efforts. Stone fruits, like the Stanley Prune/Plum, should be thinned to one fruit every 6-10 inches. It is important to remember a tree only needs about 7-8% of its blossoms to produce a full fruit load.
Our Stanley plum finally bloomed the 5th year. Large beautiful fruit will be ready in a month or less. In the last three days almost all the leaves are yellowed and drooping. Looks like it maybe insect damage! What do I do this late in the season?
Shawn on Aug 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't honestly know how I could answer without more information. Why do you think it's insect damage? Where are you located? What about rainfall... could it be heat or water stress? Mine has/is doing well, but it is getting regular watering and has a good layer of mulch all over the area. We had very little rain in July and at least two weeks of temps in upper 90 to 101 range.

I would think that insect damage would show itself very clearly. Also most diseases would take more than 3 days to show symptoms that severe. Try doing a search for "diseases of Plums" and see what comes up... especially look for pictures of disease, insect damage and weather/low water stress.
Are these " black plums? "
Kathleen C on May 8, 2019
BEST ANSWER: These are what I always called Italian Plums. Oval fruit with dark skin that has a chalky bloom on it, "clear" flesh (not the whitish yellow of Asian plums), free stone pit.
I have tried to plant peach tree and the deer ate it? How can I protect my plum tree?
Basket of fruit on Mar 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I live in Central Nebraska next to the Loup river which means we have a thriving deer population. I have thirteen trees in my 5 year old acreage orchard. I have managed to protect the trees from deer damage by driving 6 - 5' long "tee posts" in a circle around each tree. These post extend to the drip line of the tree. I have had to expand the post out further as the trees grow. I have 5' tall wire fencing attached to the posts. I was fortunate to salvage my wire from the local landfill. These trees have not been bothered by the deer. I did loose some apples from deer leaning against the fence to reach the fruit, hence I keep moving the fence out to the drip line. Other trees on the property without the wire have been destroyed by the deer. This damage occurs during the rut in the fall when they scrape and rub the tree trunk bare which kills the tree. Hope this helps.
Hi. I would like to know what sise they are?
Katerina on May 10, 2020
BEST ANSWER: When shipped, regular trees are about 3-4' tall and/or with a 3/8" or larger trunk diameter. A Stark?? Supreme Tree is one of the season's top-grade, bare-root trees that gives you a head start on growing. When Supreme trees are shipped, they are about 4-5' tall and/or with a 5/8" or larger trunk diameter.
Is Stanley Prune Plum a good candidate of pollination of Shiro Plum ?
Jessica L on Apr 4, 2020
BEST ANSWER: No, but Methley is. The style & taste of Stanley is quite different than Shiro.
how do you get rid of black knot ?
Bartholomew C on Jan 3, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Along with pruning and proper disposal of the removed diseased wood while the tree is dormant, I then paint the fresh cuts with a water based paint and use a 10% Neem oil and sulfur in water mix spray on the affected and nearby trees before they bloom. I seldom need to do this.
Will this tree grow well at 4000 feet elevation?
Eric Jason on Mar 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: My Stanley Prune is growing well at 5000, dont know about 4000. What I always try to do do is look at what zones the tree is listed as good for and try to buy plants near the the middle., my zone is zone 7 so I try to buy plants that are said to do well from say zone 5 to 9, hope this helps.
If Stanley PrunePlums are picked a little early will they continue to ripen after they are picked?
Larry J on Aug 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It probably depends on the ripeness of the prune. When I walked through my folk's orchard as a kid, I would search for one that was a bit soft. It was considered ready to pick. The taste test revealed sugar content. Prunes do ripen after being picked but I like them on the greener side rather than soft. So my answer would be taste one or two. If they are sweet and not sour, they are probably ready to pick. In the packing sheds we packed "green" prunes for shipping.
Is the Stanley prune-plum resistant to Black Knot disease?
Helen on Jun 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I just planted my plum tree last spring and I haven't seen any disease issues. It is doing well
Is th3re any difference between this, Stanley plum and so called Italian prune plum? Thanks.
Dino B on May 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Both are European plums. I read online that "European plums will grow where it's neither too cold nor too hot. The fruits are high quality and very uniform. 'Stanley' is a versatile European plum that is widely adapted and particularly well suited to the eastern regions and some of the Northwest. It's self-fertile and very productive. A medium to large freestone plum, 'Stanley' is excellent for eating fresh, cooking, or canning. Italian plums are similar to 'Stanley'. These large, freestone purple plums are very sweet, perfect for drying, eating fresh, or canning. 'Seneca' is a high-quality European plum that looks promising for the home gardener. It matures about one week before 'Stanley'. The fruit is large, oblong, and purple, with good flavor for eating fresh.European plums will grow where it's neither too cold nor too hot. The fruits are high quality and very uniform. 'Stanley' is a versatile European plum that is widely adapted and particularly well suited to the eastern regions and some of the Northwest. It's self-fertile and very productive. A medium to large freestone plum, 'Stanley' is excellent for eating fresh, cooking, or canning. Italian plums are similar to 'Stanley'. These large, freestone purple plums are very sweet, perfect for drying, eating fresh, or canning. 'Seneca' is a high-quality European plum that looks promising for the home gardener. It matures about one week before 'Stanley'. The fruit is large, oblong, and purple, with good flavor for eating fresh."
Can I use 2 stanly prune plums for cross pollination ?
Ed K on Nov 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. This variety is self pollinating and do not require another variety to bear fruit. However planting a second variety will increase your crop yield.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
Can I plant these 12 feet apart from other tress and just prune them to stay small?
steve s on Oct 19, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I do not recommend planting a standard size tree that close to one another as they mature 18-20 feet tall and wide. Pruning this to be 12 feet or less would be cutting a significant amount of growth off and could lessen or restrict production of fruit.
Will Stanley Prune Plum pollinate with Santa Rosa Plum, which I have established, but has never born fruit?.
NATHAN B on Oct 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Both of these plum varieties are self pollinating so they do not require another tree to bear fruit. However they say planting more than one type will increase crop yield.
What dwarf rootstock do you use?
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DFXYZ on Jul 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. We use several different rootstocks, depending upon the desired result and what is available. For that reason, we're unable to guarantee a specific rootstock.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
my tree is over 5 years old . has a ton of flowers and the fruit . but the fruit never ripen. gets plenty of sun . i fertilize 2 times a year . spray in the spring . tree looks great but never sets fruit so they can get ripe . the large ones on the ground have pits in them . i call the local co -op and they said give it 1 more year . when i look at it in spring there is a ton of fruit on it and later they are all on the ground . any ideas . i do have a peach tree about 75 ft from that and the peach i can get peaches off of that . they tell me peaches are harder to grow them plum ? thanks bob
Robert S on Jul 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. First, do a soil test to check the pH and see which nutrients it might be missing. Then fertilize accordingly. Is the tree getting at least 6 hours of full sun? There are other reasons a tree might not be bearing fruit as you expect. This article details some basic fruit tree requirements for fruit production.

//www.starkbros.com/growing-guide/article/fruit-tree-blooming-bearing-problems
My stanley died to the ground. It has suckers coming from the ground. Will this produce a plum eventually?
Scott N on Jun 23, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. Sounds like the root stock took over, unfortunately I can not guarantee it will ever bear fruit. This tree will need to be replaced.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
I want the largest plant, when will they be available?
Anita D on Jun 9, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. We do not have a guaranteed ETA on when more will become available. We are very sorry for this inconvenience and completely understand your disappointment. Rest assured, that if you sign up for a notification, you'll be one of the first to be notified when it becomes available again.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us, remember that we're here for you. Have a great day!

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Why do my Stanley plum trees always end up with a canker that eventually takes over the tree? I heard that inoculating the soil with something??? is helpful. Any suggestions?
Susan t on May 14, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. The best way to manage the disease is to prevent it by keeping trees healthy and vigorous with good irrigation, adequate and appropriate fertilization, and management of pests and other diseases. You can also prevent cankers by choosing trees with Lovell peach rootstock, which has some resistance.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
Which is more disease resistant? The Stanely or Methley prune tree? I'm not sure which would be a better option.
CARLA P on May 12, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. The Stanley is not disease resistant but the Methley is resistant and a great tasting plum as well.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
What size the plum tree I?
Katerina on May 10, 2020
BEST ANSWER: When shipped, regular trees are about 3-4' tall and/or with a 3/8" or larger trunk diameter. A Stark?? Supreme Tree is one of the season's top-grade, bare-root trees that gives you a head start on growing. When Supreme trees are shipped, they are about 4-5' tall and/or with a 5/8" or larger trunk diameter.
Can the Stanley plum be used to pollinate my Starking Delicious?
MARK C on Apr 17, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I may be wrong but it looks to be a red California sort you have. You want something like a Methley with is very common at Stark Bros and local nurseries every spring.
I have a Stanley plum tree. Every year it is covered in blooms, the pollinators love it! Every year it produces plums but they always fall off and they have sap like droplets coming off them. They never get any bigger than thumb size before this happens to them. The tree is about six years old and I've only ever eaten two plums from it, they were so tasty! Any ideas why it keeps happening every year and what the sap is oozing from them are? Thanks
Natalie H on Apr 15, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Plum curculios, spray "fruit tree spray" after the blossoms drop about every two weeks
When will Stanley Prune-Plum be in stock for zip code 01027?
Stephen M on Apr 3, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We hope to make it available again soon. If you would like to be notified when it is back in stock, please call Customer Support at 800.325.4180 and they will take care of you. You can also email info@starkbros.com or go to starkbros.com to chat with a Customer Support agent.
Why won't the Stanley grow in 8b? It doesn't get as cold as it does in 5, so??
Sammi on Oct 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Some fruit trees require cold temperatures to blossom. It's called "chilling hours."

So in Zone 8, your tree might live but you won't get any fruit.
can i prune this tree in September? I live in New York City.
Teri C on Sep 21, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Only if you are pruning for shape, to dwarf the tree, or to remove dead/diseased limbs. Otherwise, it's advisable to wait until late winter/early spring.
pollinator for Stanley plum?
Peter H on Mar 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We would recommend Superior: //www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/plum-trees/superior-plum

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This is the third location we've had the Stanley PrunePlum. If it does as well here as it did in the other two locations, We will be thrilled. Peach tree borers love these trees and must be controlled, If this is done, the trees are nice looking, bear fruit the second year and never miss a crop. Flavor was marvelous and the fruit looked better the produce in our local grocery stores.
May 11, 2016
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over 5 years ago
Stanley PrunePlum
love Stanley PrunePlum . My trees would be loaded to the point that they bent to the ground, but didn't break. The fruit looked just like the pictures in your catalog, large ,with a deep purple blue hue. And they are freestone, easy to process and delicious. what I didn't eat off the tree I made jam and canned the rest like you do peaches. its a good all purpose plum, you can't go wrong.
May 20, 2016
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Stark Bros. are REAL PROS
We ordered a prune plum tree from Stark Bros. this past fall. They sent a 4 foot tall specimen that I am certain will "take" and grow great. It was pruned perfectly, had nice roots covered in damp wood shavings and appeared to have full vigor. I would recommend Stark Bros. to anyone and will likely order more of these trees and others to grow and live with for many years!

Way to go folks!
February 26, 2016
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Stanley prune-plum
My tree has been planted here for the second year. This year it had a few blossoms and is looking so healthy!! I love Stark nursery! I had ordered a cherry tree also last year from them. For what-ever reason it died and without question Stark refunded my money as it was out of stock. How much better could a nursery be??
May 24, 2016
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Great value, great tree
We've had our Stanley Plum tree for several years, bought it at Stark Bros. It produced about a hundred pounds of plums this year. We sold a box, froze for winter fruit crisps, and dried many pounds. Still have more than we can use.

Thank you for your great trees! This is an outstanding performer.
October 1, 2016
Great tree
The tree survived our harsh winter with no problems and is growing well. Even produced some blooms.
May 22, 2016
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Delicious fresh and canned!
The tree bears large crops of good sized plums each year and is a vigorous grower. The fruit keeps well in the frig for eating fresh
March 17, 2016
Purchased
over 5 years ago
nice tree
my Stanley pruneplum was pruned to knee high and is planting in the same hole with another plum so I'm expecting slower growths than it should be which is what I intended to be. I have a small backyard and trying to fit as many fruit trees that I like to have as I can. It's growing nicely. No fruit this year, but very healthy. I got supreme size but I think it was not necessary because prune is a vigorous tree. but it's nice to have a strong tree. worth the purchase.
May 10, 2016
Purchased
over 5 years ago
most vigorous grower in my orchard
This tree doubled in height in its first year in the ground! I have 20 different varieties of fruit trees in my orchard and this is the growth champ. I lost my old Stanley Plum a few years back and it had been a great producer. I hope for the same from this not so little guy.
May 14, 2016
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Stanley
This is the second spring and it is growing nicely. It's about 4 feet high and a few flowers this year. No sign of black knot.
May 4, 2016
Purchased
over 6 years ago

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