Combo Pluot Tree (3 varieties)
A Pluot is a plum-apricot cross that leans 75 percent towards the plum. The different varieties vary in fruit skin color, from yellow to red, making this a beautiful combination tree. The fruit is of excellent quality, incredibly sweet, plum-like, with an apricot aftertaste. Ripens in July. The four varieties are the new Dapple Dandy, Flavor Queen, Flavor King, and Flavor Supreme. The tree is self-fertile and will pollinize early ripening Japanese plums. These super sweet, patented Floyd Zaiger introductions are recommended for USDA Zones 6-9. They need only 600 hours chilling and thrive in areas where hot summers bring out their incredible sweetness and complex flavor. (Not Western Washington) On semi-dwarf Citation rootstock.