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.
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|Pembina||Bare Root Plum Tree Pembina plum is ovate and pointed, its flesh is yellow, juicy …||$39.99|| |
|Pipestone - Std||Bare Root Plum Tree General Description: One of the best plums for northern growers. This …||$39.99|| |
|Toka - Std||Bare Root Plum Tree General Description: Toka, also known as Bubblegum Plum, is one of …||$39.99|| |
|Waneta - Std||Bare Root Plum Tree General Description: The Waneta Plum produces well the first season after …||$39.99|| |
|Superior Plum||Plant description Superior Plum | Prunus ‘Superior’ | Red – ‘Burbank’ x ‘Kaga’ (P. simonii) …||$45.00|| |
|Mount Royal Plum||Plant description Mount Royal Plum | Prunus ‘Mount Royal’ Blue – European Plum. Good eaten …||$45.00|| |
|BlackIce Plum||Plant description BlackIce® Plum | Prunus ‘Lydecker’ PP16,621 BlackIce™ is a cross between a cherry …||$45.00|| |
|Alderman Plum||Alderman Plum Burgundy red – Introduced in 1986 by the University of Minnesota. Excellent fresh …||$45.00|| |