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4 In 1 Plum Cocktail Tree| The Plum Cocktail Tree sounds like a fascinating hybrid plant that offers a diverse range of plum varieties all in one tree. 68525772

Sale price USD $41.40 Regular price

Size 1 Gallon

  • 1 Gallon
  • 2 Gallon
  • 3 Gallon

Type Bareroot

  • Bareroot
  • Potted

Multipack Single Plant

  • Single Plant
  • Set of 2 Plants

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4 In 1 Plum Cocktail Tree| The Plum Cocktail Tree sounds like a fascinating hybrid plant that offers a diverse range of plum varieties all in one tree.
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What is a Plum Cocktail Tree?
The Plum Cocktail Tree is a hybrid plant that offers up to 3-4 different plums in one tree. One tree will bear Purple Plum, Red June, Methley, Ozark. You'll get a combination of plums that include the most popular varieties. In addition, Plum Cocktail Trees are self-pollinating i.e. They don't need any other pollinators.

The process of "budding" is used to create this unique Plant. The budding process is done entirely by hand-a simple process but not easy!
  • This is the Ultimate Tree for Plum lovers which gives 3-4 different varieties of plums onto a single trunk.
  • Plum Cocktail Tree (4 in 1) 4 Different types of plums from One Tree. These are mature plants, with excellent Root System. The plants have been expertly bud grafted by hand.
  • Produces 3-4 different kinds of plums on one tree. One tree will bear Purple Plum, Red June, Methley, Ozark.

    This Plum Cocktail Tree has been budded in the cold months of last year, hence you will not see any shoots or growth on the plant. The plant will almost look dead, without any branches or shoots. The plant will start showing some growth with the onset of spring.

     During dormancy, the plant conserves energy and doesn't actively grow or produce new shoots or branches. However, with the arrival of spring and warmer temperatures, the plant will typically come out of dormancy and begin to show signs of growth again, such as new shoots and leaves.

    This pattern is typical for many fruit trees and bushes, including those that produce fruit cocktail and like various types of berries and stone fruits. It's important to provide proper care during dormancy to ensure the plant's health and encourage robust growth when spring arrives. This might include appropriate pruning, protecting the plant from harsh weather conditions, and ensuring it receives adequate nutrients and water.

  • 10- 16ft tall, fully grown. The plant shipped is around 2 ft tall.
  • hardy in zones 5-9, Full sun. Will produce plums in 2 years
  • The plant actually has 4 different Varieties of Plums, However, sometimes you may get 3-4 varieties of Plums,  instead of 4,  due to Nature & certain external conditions & external factors. Yes, it's not uncommon for fruit plants to experience some bud loss due to natural causes such as weather conditions, pests, diseases, or other environmental factors. Losing one or two buds out of five is within the realm of normal variability and may not necessarily indicate a problem with the plant's health.
  • The plant will not have any leaves or branches as they have budded recently in the last winter.

shipping for orders received from California might be delayed.
The plants maybe shipped in smaller pots/plastic bags for the safety of the plants

Most plants go dormant in Fall and winter and will loose most of their leaves- looking dead and dry- VERY NORMAL. They will flush out in spring

Note: The plant is shipped in its pot, firmly secured with several layers of clear tape, thereby avoiding any shuffling and moving during transit. The plant reaches you with minimal damage- very safe and secure. We have been shipping plants like this for several years (plant are sometimes shipped in smaller pots for safety and ease of shipping). Most plants go dormant in fall and winter and will lose most of their leaves - looking dead and dry - very normal. They will flush out in spring.

We cannot send ship some plants and some sizes to California due to restrictions placed by department of agriculture.


How long does it take a Plum cocktail tree to bear fruit?

A Plum cocktail tree bears about 3-4 varieties of fruit. Most fruit cocktails will bear fruit from around 3-4 yrs, if grown in ideal conditions.

How big does a Plum cocktail tree get?

The tree gets around 10-16 ft tall, sometimes more. It entirely depends on the species you are growing and the ideal conditions, like sunlight, water supply, fresh air flow, etc. Also, the growth of the fruit cocktail trees depends on the maintenance of these plants.

What fruits are on a Plum cocktail tree?

Plum, Apricot, Nectarine, and peach are the fruits that grow on the Plum Cocktail Tree.  The Plum Cocktail Tree comes with multiple plum varieties so that you can utilize your garden space efficiently and have the produces without having to put much effort.

What is the best potting mix for fruit trees?

Any garden soil or potting mix from the box stores should be good. You can always add compost to the mix. The soil should be well drained because most fruit cocktail trees cannot survive much longer in over-flooded soil. Also, you should consider the soil requirement of each fruit species you are growing on a single tree.

How much sun does a Plum Cocktail Tree need?

The Plum cocktail tree needs ample sunlight to grow efficiently and perfectly, just as you expected. Therefore, you should use the outdoor garden area without any shade. However, ensure the fruits are well-protected from predators like birds, deer and squirrels.

How do you care for a cocktail tree?

Plant this Plum Cocktail Tree in full sun with well-drained soil. The soil should not have standing water. Don't overwater( Most homeowners kill the plant by overwatering, as they wrongly assume that more water is good for the plant); Fertilize only from May to September (never fertilize in the colder months)- Also can use slow release fertilizer, something long-lasting like Osmocote.

Growing Zones: 5-9 outdoors

Mature Height:10-20 ft.
Sunlight:Full Sun
Mature width:10-15 Inches
Botanical Name:Prunus salicina
Growth Rate:Moderate
Harvest Time:July

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