Cold hardy european plums
Fresh european plums are not something I have had a chance to try. But I know a number of folks who share my tastes and love them.
It is one of the few tree fruits that I can grow and have not tried.
So I am thinking of tacking one on to an order with cummins this spring
I think the only ones they offer that would be dependably cold hardy for me are opal, mt royal, and possibly green gage.
Unfortunately the opal is on pumiselect and I don't think I want a dwarfing rootstock(...can you plant plums deep to get self rooting?)
And I believe green gage is only partially self fertile?
Any other suggestions, or relevant info in terms of cultural issues to be aware?