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How do I find out what is the best deciduous fruit tree to about 2 meters? Would it be one of the plums?Live in Bay area of Brisbane
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28th August 2017 9:29am
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BJ11 says...
Hello Wrren,
The 'best' tree really depends on what you like to eat and what "e;look"e; you are after.
Things like a santa rosa plum have a very low chill requirement (that you could enhance by removing foliage during the winter period). You may also want to consider a pollinator if you are after much fruit.
You can get these plums in dwarf form.
Good luck
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Wrren says...
Thanks for the response what size do the dwarf plums grow to and are they fully deciduous and what would be the cost?
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