Bare Root Plum Trees

Benefits of Bare Root Trees:

  • Planting bare-root or bareroot trees can be one of the best bargains in gardening. While it may seem strange to plant a tree with roots not contained in soil, it’s actually an excellent practice that boasts immense success.
  • Many bare-root trees, in particular grafted fruit trees, have already been growing for two or more years before they’re sold.
  • You’re getting a good-sized tree that’s ready to take off once it gets tucked into soil.
  • Cost can be half the price of buying a tree in a container.

PLUM POLLINATION: Very Important! Our plum varieties are crosses between Japanese and American plums. While this creates hardy delicious fruit it also creates a nearly sterile tree.

Unlike apples, just having two different plum varieties flowering simultaneously will not insure proper cross pollination. We recommend to use Toka as your pollinator.


Plum Bare-Root Trees: