Plant Descriptions: Flowering Trees -
Flowering Plums / Peaches

Pacific Groves Flowering Plum Trees
Flowering Plums​
Easily grown in any soil. Very ornamental with beautiful flowers.
Small to medium in size.   
   Blireiana - A graceful, small, rounded tree. Grows in height from 15' to 30'. Leaves are reddish-purple in early spring, turning to a greenish-brown in summer. The double flower is large and bright pink with a fragrance. Flowers open early. Tree is very showy.
Krauter Vesuvius - Tree has an upright, oval head (more upright than Thundercloud). Grows in height from 15' to 20'. Leaves are dark purplish-black. Flower is a single, light pink bloom. Tree does well in hot, dry climates (image)​.
   Newport - Small, spreading shrub-like tree. Very hardy and does well in many different climates. Grows in height from 15' to 20' with a spread of 10'. Leaves are purplish-red.
Flower is a single, light
pink bloom.
Thundercloud - Shape is round. Grows in height from 20' to 30'. Holds its dark purple foliage all growing season. Flower is white.
Also a good fruiting tree ​(image).
   
Pacific Groves Flowering Plum Trees
Pacific Groves Flowering Plum Trees
Pacific Groves Flowering Peach Trees
Flowering Peaches
   More adaptable than fruiting peaches. Showy flowers very early. Cold hardy but flowers may be caught in frost.
   
Pacific Groves Flowering Peach Trees
   White - Wide, spreading and globular. Double, white blooms.
Pink (Helen Borchers) - Fragrant, very large, pink flowers, Late
Red - Profuse, double, red flowers. Globular, sparse, pubescent drupe.
Peppermint - Flowers striped red and white; may also bear all red and all white flowers on same branch ​(image)​.