In mythology, this beautiful Wild Plum tree symbolises hope and happiness, making it a wonderful way to express your best wishes for the future!
This beautifully wrapped Wild Plum tree (Prunus cerasifera) looks fabulous in a flower pot and will happily grow in any garden. It is loved for its spring blossoms and rich-purple plums which ripen every autumn and can be eaten straight from the tree!
The gorgeous hamper arrives with your tree gift enclosed along with beautifully wrapped garden gifts; everything required to ensure your tree flourishes! The Organic Tree Tonic (200ml) and Organic Leaf Spray (200ml) are health-boosting treatments packed with the perfect goodness for your tree. A 4.5l bag of Organic Compost is also enclosed.
A card with your personal message, the Wild Plum tree's ancient story and a care guide is also enclosed. You can add an engraved brass plaque (see images above) inscribed with your message so this special gift is always remembered.
All our trees are organically nurtured in The Present Tree's gardens, where we never use harmful chemicals, just an organic blend that's wonderful for you, your tree, our wildlife and the planet. When you place your order a beautiful Wild Plum tree will be freshly selected by our devoted gardeners before being wrapped and placed in its luxury parcel.
Tree Care: The Wild Plum tree is growing in its organic pot filled with top-notch compost, so no green-fingers required - just add natural daylight and water! Your Wild Plum tree will happily grow in its organic pot for the next few weeks, just place it in a sunny spot in the garden, even in chilly weather. Plant your tree, still in its organic pot so the roots are not disturbed, in a large flower pot (one with holes in the bottom for drainage) or in a sunny spot in the garden.
This deciduous tree naturally transforms with every season. Fresh leaves appear in early summer; this dense foliage is perfect for garden birds to make their nests. In autumn its leaves turn stunning colours and fall. Please note: The Wild Plum tree remains bare all winter, until the warmth of our spring sunshine encourages new buds to blossom.