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Prunus

Magnoliophyta > Magnoliopsida > Rosales > Rosaceae > Prunus

Prunus is a member of the rose family.

Average to First Harvest: 367 days

Average to Last Harvest: 367 days

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by Luckyluke | Posted on 12/09/2014
Bought a santa rosa and a mariposa plum, both on dwarf stock from one of the big online providers. I planted them on top of a hugulculture and filled in the hole with soaked, processed cow manure.

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by Mordae | Posted on 11/09/2014
The first was a seedling from a yellow skinned dwarf plum, the second is an unknown varient that sprang up from seed about two years back. I've had the kids throwing seed down there for the last couple of years so it could be from a wide variety of plum.

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by TerryW | Posted on 23/08/2014
I have done a trio planting of 3 trees with slightly different fruiting times. 2 japanese plums will pollinate each other and the third is a golden gage that will be pollinated by a prune already growing nearby. The trees will be pruned to grown as one plant. A great way to have variety in a small space.

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by Spring_rain | Posted on 15/01/2014
Victoria plum, planted on the lawn.

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by Skud | Posted on 15/12/2013
This damson plum was here when i moved in.

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by Tiggothy | Posted on 30/08/2013
Variety czar, espallied in front of the north-west facing wall of the house. Lots of growth, but no fruit yet

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by Trishf42 | Posted on 22/08/2013
Santa rosa plum, beginning to bud. Update 2013-09-21: in full leaf, healthy and strong.

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by Piranha | Posted on 11/06/2013
In large hexagon raised bed. It's a burgundy-leafed ornamental variety, but the plums are edible, if small.

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by Shermozle | Posted on 01/04/2013
Plum - mariposa plum - narabeen planted very close, intention being to keep them small.

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by Jinty | Posted on 27/03/2013
A duo plum - greengage and victoria, i think. Unlikely to give us fruit this year. Doing well, starting to grow nicely!

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