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Grafting red leaf plum tree (Prunus cerasifera)  RSS feed

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Hi everyone

I want to graft prunus carasifera and wanted to know if I can use any plums rootstock (black european plum)?
It is going to be my first graft ever.
I live in Balkans and they grow beautifuly here. Their blossom and their red leafs are a sight to behold. I want to start my small backyard nursery and would love to have 100 grafted Prunus cerasifera for next spring. I plan to buy what is considered a normal plum here as a rootstock and take some scions from a beautiful individual in my garden.

Thanks people
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Location: Officially Zone 7b, according to personal obsevations I live in 7a, SW Tennessee
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I think you could do that. Bumping post. Maybe someone else will know for sure.
Are you okay? You look a little big. Maybe this tiny ad will help:
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