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Hey, I live in a portion of Kentucky where it regularly rises above 100 degrees during July and August posing some issues for certain plants like raspberries and hardy kiwi. I purchased a greengage plum tree today and I was wondering do they prefer a shadier location when it gets that hot or do they do fine out in the open? We have several shady locations, but the main permaculture orchard I have been working on is the sunniest and hottest location. Anyone have experience with growing greengages?
 
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