Satsuma Plum tree
I really want to plant a Japanese "Satsuma Plum" tree but was told recently by a nursery in California that I would be wasting my time as the tree would not survive the winter. Is this true?
I live in what I believe to be hardiness Zone 6
On another side bar note, I was told that I will need to plant another pollinator tree nearby, like a "Beauty" or "Santa Rosa" plum tree.
I then heard about grafting some branches from another tree like one of those pollinators I just mentioned. Is this possible?