|Botanical Name||Prunus 'Combination'|
|Mature Height||13-16 Feet|
|Mature Width||10 Feet|
|Light Requirement||Full Sun|
|Hardiness Zone||Zones 3-9|
ℹ Imagine having not 1 but 4 delicious cold hardy plum varieties growing on one tree, a specialty tree for any yard. Pollination happens all on this one tree rather than having multiple trees. This space and money saving tree is a must have. 4 of the following varieties on one tree.
Waneta: Early and super juicy! Bite into one of these large red-skinned plums to reveal its sweet and juicy yellow flesh. Enjoy delicious plums sooner in the summer with Waneta. Start harvesting in late August through September. Trees are prolific producers so you’ll have plenty of plums for snacks, desserts and canning. Start harvesting in late August through September.
Toka: The Toka Plum is so sweet and candy like you can’t stop eating them. Beautiful bright red fruit with an apricot colored flesh, the Toka Plum is a delicious treat with a unique taste. Ripens late August and into September.
Brooks Red: The Brookred plums are medium in size and have a dusky pink-red skin, with golden interior. Enjoy it's firm texture and sweet and juicy taste. It is a freestone so it is great to be used for cooking, baking, and of course to be eaten fresh. Introduced by the South Crop Diversification Centre in Brooks, AB. The tree is a hybrid between the Japanese Plum and American Plum and ripens in mid August.
Black Ice: A big-fruited dessert plum with superior winter hardiness. Prof. Brian Smith of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls spent years developing this cross between cherry plums and conventional Japanese dessert plums. The end result are these 2 inch round, blue-black plums with very sweet, juicy, yellow flesh. Ripens in early August.
Green Gage: Medium greenish yellow with amber flesh. Juicy, firm and tender, oval fruit very sweet and richly flavorful. Great for fresh eating, baking, preserves, cooking and canning. Ripens in August through September.
Pembina: Large, clingstone plum with red skin with sweet and juicy yellow flesh. Good for fresh eating fresh and in desserts. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil. Ripens mid August.
Note: We can't guarantee the exact four varieties, but these are some of our favorites so we know you'll be happy. All varieties are tagged on the tree.