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kenLove 58374 248 plum graft either
plum graft
Sometimes I graft different types of fruit together to see
what will happen in Hawaiian microclimates.
This is a santa rosa plum grafted to a type of prunus mume,
chuo ume. The ume will grow in hawaii's lower elevatons but
not the santa rosa. -- at least not yet!
Re: plum graft
Your research work is very good.
What's the Santa Rosa Prunus origin?
I'm born in Santa Rosa county at State of Rio Grande do Sul.
Is this prunus relative of mine? :-D

Re: plum graft
Prunus salicina is the santa rosa.
I think it was originally from japan, at least the
rootstock it was eveloped on. Now its common to california.
maybe its your long lost cousin!:-[
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