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Satsuma plum tree - Hi Rev, I just thought I'd let you know that after a few weeks in the fridge, the Satsuma plum stone was put into a pot and is now a good looking seedling about 4 inches tall. As to whether it will eventually bear fruit, we'll just have to wait and se..3827 days 1hrs
Satsuma plum tree - Hi again Alice, I forgot to add the paragraph on pruning plum trees . . . . Winter is the best time to prune deciduous fruit trees such as apples, pears and plums. These trees will fruit well whether or not they are pruned. But if the trees grow too..4115 days 0hrs
Satsuma plum tree - Hi Alice, I recently needed to find out when to prune fruit trees and found that Winter seems to be the accepted time for pruning most stone fruit. Like you, we once purchased a property with a large satsuma plum tree growing and can agree with you tha..4115 days 0hrs
Satsuma plum tree - It will be an interesting experiment Anonymous as the tree appears to be grafted. I will enjoy scoffing the remaining plums and popping the pits in the fridge. Brian..4182 days 24hrs
Satsuma plum tree - After starting this whole discussion six months ago with a photo and a question as to how soon satsumas produce fruit, I am pleased to say that at this time we do have fruit. They are not quite ready yet but the possums seem to think they are alright as t..4183 days 19hrs


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