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Combo Mirabelle Plum (4 Varieties)

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Original price $109.99 - Original price $109.99
Original price
$109.99
$109.99 - $109.99
Current price $109.99
SKU C3504
Prunus domestica subsp. syriaca

Now you can enjoy 4 Mirabelle plums on one tree!

You will receive 4 of the following 5 Mirabelle varietes: Reine de Mirabelle, Mirabelle De Metz, Mirabelle De Nancy, Geneva Mirabelle, Parfume de Septembre

Please Note: We cannot guarantee specific variety requests for combo trees due to the numerous factors that can affect successful grafting. If you desire a specific varietal, we recommend purchasing it as a single-graft tree from our collection.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 5

Mature Height: 12-16' 

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: August-September

Pollination: Self-Fertile

Rootstock: Krymsk 1

Size: Semi-Dwarf (4'-5')

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Does this tree have any resistance to black knot fungus?

    No, this tree does not have black knot resistance.

  • Will this tree be affected by the rust on surrounding Bradford pear trees?? In what size pot does the tree arrive?

    Plums are not susceptible to pear rust so this tree should be unaffected. This product ships bareroot.

  • I notice on the combo mirabelle plum tree it says self fertile, but when i check out the varieties that make up the combo most of them say they require a pollinator. is the combo tree self fertile because of the 1 or 2 varieties that can be self fertile? Would it still be best to also have another tree specifically for pollination?

    This a multi-grafted tree, with several varieties of Mirabelle plums on a single tree. They will cross pollinate each other, so the tree is functionally self fertile. If the tree were to lose too many varietal limbs it would no longer be self fertile.

  • Will these do well in California Bay Area? Planting zone 9B? I’m thinking about surprising my sister with one of these as a gift

    They should do very well in the Bay Area of California. Make sure you get another European plum, such as Victoria to ensure good pollination.

  • I live in Minnesota in zone 4(b). Would I be able to grow these trees, and if so, what special care would give them the best chance to survive our winters.

    These plums are hardy to zone 5. With a lot of care, including heavy annual mulching and even covering, you could grow them, but with a very slim margin for error.

  • Are these resistant to root rot (Armillaria) fungus?

    Not specifically no.

Customer Reviews

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Roland M.
Mirabelle x 4

The tree has only been in the ground a week, and with weather cooler than normal, it's not showing any greening as yet. It is certainly alive. I pruned very lightly after planting, and the wood is alive and seems healthy. These 4 different mirabelles are grafted onto a thick, sturdy trunk, much bigger than I expected. Each scion is neatly labeled as to the variety. The root system, though not large, also looks healthy. I have high hopes this will be the crown jewel of my orchard.

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David S.
4 in one French plum tree

Starting to bud out,maybe center leader 1” dia.should be capped? Afraid it will rot. Looks too big to grow over,

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John P.
Great roots and great scion wood.

I received a high quality Mirabelle combo from raintree. I highly recommend them that’s why I always come back every year. Thank you!!

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