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3 Plum Varieties on 1 Tree
If you like plums, you’ll LOVE our 3-in-1 plum trees. You’ll get 3 different types of juicy plums from just one tree. You won’t need a lot of yard space to enjoy a large harvest year after year. We’ve selected 10 different varieties of plum trees that thrive when hand grafted together; no matter which combination of 3 types of plums are grouped on your tree.
The fun part is, you won’t know which three types of plums were grafted onto your tree until it produces fruit - so your first harvest will be a sweet surprise!
Get Fruit the Very First Season
Your 3-in-1 Plum Tree is hand grafted, which means the top of a mature tree is spliced onto the root-stock of a young new tree. This process safely speeds up the growth of the tree, because it “tricks” the tree into thinking it’s more mature.
Pick Plums Over a Longer Harvest Period
Hand grafting takes a considerable amount of time and effort on our end, and we nurture the tree for years before we ship it to you. You won’t wait up to 5 years for your tree to bear fruit. Since your tree thinks that it’s older, you should have fruit the first season you plant your tree.
Since your tree is self-pollinating, you won’t need pollinating partner trees, just plant one tree and watch it grow and produce a plethora of delicious plums in 3 different varieties.
Plum Trees are Easy to Grow
Plum trees are resilient and thrive in most conditions; doing best in water-retentive soils and mulch. While areas in the south are ideal for plums, these trees are bred to be quite hardy in colder climates. That means they can often find a home in the north (if springtime isn’t riddled with too many frost advisories.)
The best planting times are mid-to-late March through April, as this will provide the tree adequate time to grow strong roots before facing summer heat. Your tree will flower in early spring and you can expect your plums to be ready to pick during the summer months.
How to Know When Your Plums Are Ripe.
If you’re looking for optimal flavor, it’s best to let your plums ripen on the tree. Knowing when to pick plums is rather easy. Gently squeeze the skin of the plum and if it feels soft then it can be picked by using only a slight twist.
When you pick ripe plums from the tree, they’ll keep well for 2 to 4 weeks when stored in a refrigerator.
If you should need to pick your plums before they ripen on the vine, you can. Simply store them in a brown paper bag or a location that’s between 66 and 75°F until they’re ready.
Popular Uses for Plums
If you’re a smoothie enthusiast, plums are a nourishing and flavorful addition to your healthy concoction. Or simply mix with apple juice, for a lip-smacking, refreshing beverage.
It’s hard to imagine an “overabundance” of plums when you love them so much. But they will come in with vigor and you’ll have a lot of them. They’re so enjoyable right off the tree, and they’re just as flavorful when you prepare them for use throughout the year. You can make jams, jellies and even wine.
There are endless recipes that include plums, including the obvious: pies, breads and cakes. Plums also add a distinctive flavor to sauces and deductions. (Sauces that includes plums are paired nicely with pork dishes!)
Plums Provide All Natural Benefits
Your 3-in-1 plum tree will be all natural with no GMOs or dangerous chemicals.
Plums are a nutritional way to enjoy snacking while fueling your body with energy. They’re loaded with Vitamins C, K and A (beta-carotene.) Plums also contain antioxidants which have been linked to lowering the risks of cancer.
Make your own plum juice instead of buying expensive store-bought laxatives. This can be a natural and convenient home remedy for constipation.
3-in-1 Plum Trees For Sale - Order Yours Now! If you’re seeking a mouth-watering fruit tree that requires little care, this hardy option will make a lovely addition to your home. Not only is it beautiful, but it provides a trouble-free harvest of three plums on a single tree.
If you’re ready for the mysterious adventure of a 3-in-1 plum tree, simply order today.
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