Yeah we actually have wild American and Chickasaw plums on the farm, and they do okay but the birds pick anything that doesn't naturally abort. I like them and the Chickasaw plum I think would make a perfect rootstock for size and tolerances, but I want larger fruit. I like that my other trees are very healthy and vigorous, they just don't like to wait. We'll spray them down in Spring and they still fall off. We have Santa Rosa, Methley, and Blue Damson. I will have to look into Stanley plum. Thanks guys!
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