Toka Plum Tree
Toka Plum Tree

Toka Plum Tree

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Sometimes the hardest working plants in your garden aren’t the superstars. Toka Plum Tree (Prunus ‘Toka’) is one of those plants. Oh, it’s a great plum tree that has been around since 1911, and you will love the super-sweet fruit it gives you. But that isn’t the reason you’ll want to plant Toka in your home orchard this year!
The fruit is amazing! Nicknamed the ‘Bubblegum Plum’ because of its distinct fragrance and taste! So much like candy that your mouth will be watering before you take a bite. But you’ll really want to plant it because Toka is prized for its ability to produce tons of pollen each year and pollinate all other Plum Trees in your orchard! It’s self-fertile, so it doesn’t require another tree to set fruit, but once you taste it, you’ll change your mind.
In addition to the sweet fruit, this vase-shaped tree also gives you scads of creamy, white flowers in an unforgettable spring show! Pollinators galore stop by for the bountiful pollen and nectar!
Planting and Application:Fantastic specimens or accent trees in your front yard, where everyone will want a better look at the white blossoms and the radiant apricot and rosy reddish-pinkish-plum blushed fruit in the late summer to early autumn! Great shade over garden beds and pretty as a picture in back yard landscaping!
Toka are bushy and densely growing enough for privacy. Keep the lower limbs intact and plant liner orchards with other Plum Trees for a hedgerow and windbreak of mixed fruit for an extended and varied harvest that also hides an eyesore!
Beautiful Spring Flowers
Great Vase Shape
Unforgettable Bubblegum Scent & Candy Flavor
Cross-Pollinates With Other Japanese Plum Varieties
Perfect Plum Pollinator
#ProPlantTips for Care:Toka will grow just about anywhere, in full sun to part shade, and laughs at cold winters. Best in full sun, and well-drained enriched soil that has a good layer of mulch over the root zone.
Full Sun
Average Moisture & Well-Drained Soil
Prune When Dormant
Self-Fertile But Better With A Pollinator
Pollinates Most Other Plum Trees
If this is the only tree you have room for, you won’t be disappointed, but boy, will it make any other Plum Trees sing. Plant at least one of these easy-to-grow fruit trees this year and reap the benefits of Toka Plum Tree! Order now from NatureHills.com before this great variety is gone!
Plum Tree Frequently Asked QuestionsHow long does it take for Toka Plum Trees to bear fruit?Nature Hills Nursery sells fruit trees with mature root systems that are already three to four years old, so you’ll enjoy fruit sooner than you would with younger trees! Expect young Plum trees to begin fruiting usually by the 2nd to 4th year after they establish in your landscape.
How big do Toka Plum trees grow? How fast do Plum trees grow?The Toka Plum tree can grow to a mature height of 15-20 feet and a mature width of 12-18 feet.
Once your Plum tree has been established (after the first year), it can typically add 13-24 inches of new growth per growing season. If your plants are growing less than that in a season, it may be worth your while to check the fertility level.
Where is the best place to plant a Toka Plum Trees?Plum trees grow best in well-drained, fertile soil in at least 6 hours of full sun per day or more. Provide good air circulation and moderate, yet consistent water in well-drained, fertile soil.
Do You Need 2 Plum Trees to Produce Fruit?The Toka Plum trees are self fertile, so planting more than one Plum tree that blooms at about the same time, boosts yields on both trees and extends your harvest time!
No room? Look into High-Density Planting techniques, or choose a semi-dwarf or dwarf fruit tree.
When Should Toka Plum Tree be Planted?Bareroot Plum trees can be planted in spring when they are available in your area. Container-grown Plum trees can be very successfully transplanted all throughout the growing season. Check for first and last frost dates for your area with your local County Extension Office.
Plant bareroot Plum trees in the early spring.
Plant container-grown trees anytime the ground is not frozen by digging a hole as deep as the soil line and twice as wide.
How Do I Find Toka Plum Trees for Sale Near Me?Make your life easier and your landscape tastier by shopping for Plum trees at NatureHills.com online fruit tree nursery. You’ll find a massive selection of fruit trees for sale, including many lovely Plum tree varieties!
Choose the right tree for your area by first finding your USDA growing zone by entering your zip code in the field above the Plant Highlights section on our product pages. Narrow down your options by plant hardiness zone, sun availability, and size requirements.
Place your order, knowing it’s backed by the Nature Hills Nursery product guarantee and protected by Plant Sentryâ„¢, which helps ensure regulated plant materials aren’t sent to prohibited areas.
Expect to receive your plants at the appropriate planting time for your growing zone when temperatures are safest for those plants that ship in fall, winter, or early spring.
Shop the selection of mature Plum trees for sale at Nature Hills Nursery and place your order for Toka Plum Tree today.
What shipping options do you offer?NatureHills.com works closely with our growers and nursery professionals to ensure we ship when it is most appropriate for your area. Our goal is to deliver the hardiest plants by avoiding extreme high and low temperatures. Check out our shipping schedule for more information and to learn our wills and won’ts when it comes to shipping plants. Find your Toka Plum Tree for sale here at NatureHills.com!