Pluots are complex hybrid fruits that are part plum and part apricot in heritage. These fruits were originally invented in the late 20th century by Floyd Zaiger and are now grown in parts of Washington and California. Pluots have a majority of plum parentage and therefore, have smooth skin like plums.

All pluots require cross pollination either requiring another pluot or a Japanese plum, such as the Santa Rosa or Burgundy plum. Click on the gallery below to learn more about the pluot varieties we have in stock.