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My plum from the post above turned out to be a wild crabbe apple seeded from the old crabbe apple trees my father's uncle planted in the orchard.oh well.
I guess they are all dead around here now. My uncle used to have some along his pasture, but the cattle have killed them out. I know of only one site now with them and its up in Foley Brook near Salmon River in Victoria County. Try starting some from seed. Are yours the purple Stanley Plums? The nurseries sell alot of those here, but the black knot fungus gives them grief.
Slozuki: I know there are all kinds of wild apple trees down that way. You gots to open your eyes to see 'ole boy. cheers
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