Luther Burbank of Santa Rosa, California first introduced the Inca plum in 1919. The plum is heart-shaped and tapers in toward the tip. The Inca Plum's skin is a beautiful golden color, and when ripe, it has brilliant magenta specks and a magenta blush around the stem end. Its flesh is rich, dense and crisp. The Inca has a unique flavor with the perfect balance of tart and sweetness.
We are a small farm dedicated to the preservation and promotion of our world's crop diversity. We offer heirloom fruit trees and vegetable seeds for sale through our website and at local farmer's markets. We have hundreds of fruit and vegetable varieties in our collection that we hope to make available in the coming years. (more...)
Potrero Nuevo Farm hopes to enrich peoples' understanding of food production and the natural world. We are committed to sustainable agriculture and fair accessibility to food, environmental education and ecological land management. (more...)