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Not your
ordinary
plumcots.

Super succulent. Super sweet. Super special.

Plumcots are an exceptional fruit. Also recognized as a pluot, plumcots are part plum, part apricot with more plum characteristics. Not only do sweet apricot qualities balance out the sour hints from a traditional plum, but each variety has its own distinctive fusion of flavors, size, and color. We have all the plumcot varieties (more than twenty!) and are continuously adding more, each one entirely unique and truly delicious.

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Plapple

What looks and tastes like a cross between a plum and an apple, but is not a cross between a plum and an apple? It’s Plapple. Once you taste the super-juicy, sweet and crisp flesh, you’ll agree with us that no other name would work for this special piece of fruit.

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Emerald Beaut

The beautiful color and over-the-top sweetness takes this variety almost into the “exotics” category. The overriding message with this one is: Green = Sweet. The flavor is succulent, honey-sweet plum and melon flavors.

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Flavor Gator

Family Tree Farms’ most intriguing plumcot is a speckled green “Flavor Gator.” Slice into one and you’ll find a deep, red interior that is packed with juicy sweetness.

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All plumcot varieties.

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Eagle Egg

This variety has bright to deep-red speckled skin with flesh of the same color. It has a rich, jammy flavor.

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Golden Treat

The first green plumcot of the season. It’s a green/gold color with a dense, yellow flesh. Sweet, mild flavor with hints of melon and pineapple.

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Plumogranate

Plumogranates are our most notable plumcot variety. Plumogranates are a black plumcot with a deep, dark red flesh. They burst with flavors of plum, berry and pomegranate. Plus, they are packed with healthy disease-fighting antioxidants.

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Supernova

The skin is a red/purple color with a starry speckled skin. Inside, a deep red flesh is bursting with flavors of plum and melon. As a plus, the red flesh is packed with disease-fighting antioxidants.

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Dapple Fire

This variety is technically a “nectacotum” – meaning its parentage contains some nectarine as well as plum and apricot. This gives it a slightly “meatier” texture than most plumcots. The flesh is a rich red color and the flavor is subtle nectarine along with the traditional plum and apricot.

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Denver Red

Red-purple skin with a light red flesh. The flavor is a pleasing mix of plum, apricot and melon flavors.

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Dapple Dandy

This is the variety that started the craze. Look for a gold to olive green background color dappled with dark red spots. The flesh is pinkish and has a delightfully sweet, mixed fruit flavor.

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Flavor Grenade

Flavor grenade has been a staple in our plumcot arsenal for a decade and with good reason. The flavor is crisp and refreshing – plum, apple with hints of sweet pineapple.

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Tropical Sunrise

Tropical Sunrise is our only orange plumcot. It boasts a bright orange with red blush skin and has flavors of plum, apricot and mango.

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Gold Rush

Beneath its red, green and gold skin is a dense and juicy yellow flesh. The flavors of plum and apple perfectly reflect the changing season.

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Jubilee

This variety may look ordinary on the outside but inside is a festival of flavor! Rich raspberry, sweet apricot, and robust plum are just a few of the flavors that come to mind as you bite into the flame-colored flesh.

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Plapple

What looks and tastes like a cross between a plum and an apple, but is not a cross between a plum and an apple? It’s Plapple. Once you taste the super-juicy, sweet and crisp flesh, you’ll agree with us that no other name would work for this special piece of fruit.

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Summer Punch

Thousands of tiny speckles grace the rosy colored skin. The color and flavors will remind you of a delicious fruit punch.

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Flavor Gator

Family Tree Farms’ most intriguing plumcot is a speckled green “Flavor Gator.” Slice into one and you’ll find a deep, red interior that is packed with juicy sweetness.

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Image of Emerald Beaut Pluot

Emerald Beaut

The beautiful color and over-the-top sweetness takes this variety almost into the “exotics” category. The overriding message with this one is: Green = Sweet. The flavor is succulent, honey-sweet plum and melon flavors.

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How to care for your plumcots.

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Select fruit that’s firm with just a slight give.

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Plumcots can be stored on the kitchen counter for several days if you like them soft and juicy.

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If you prefer a cold, crisp, juicy piece of fruit, they’ll keep in your refrigerator for a week or more.