Collection: Plumcot

A plumcot is a type of fruit that is a hybrid between a plum and an apricot. It was created by plant breeders Luther Burbank and Floyd Zaiger in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A plumcot has a smooth or slightly fuzzy skin that can be red, yellow, purple, or green, and a juicy flesh that is sweet and tangy. A plumcot also has a small pit in the center that contains the seed.

Plumcots are nutritious fruits that have many health benefits. They are low in calories and high in fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, and antioxidants. They can help improve digestion, prevent aging, boost immunity, and protect against infections. Plumcots can be eaten fresh, dried, cooked, or made into jams, pies, cakes, or drinks. Plumcots have a short growing season from mid-May to early July, so they are only available for a limited time.