Shade-tolerance: plums and crabapples?

njbiologyJanuary 5, 2013

Hi,

I have a spot that is a bit more then a partial-shade situation; which of the would be a better choice (factoring shade-tolerance with disease-susceptibility consequent to inadequate early-morning sun-exposure/-drying..�

-European plum
-Japanese hybrid plum
-Edible crab-apples (Centennial, Chestnut, Wicksons)

Thanks,
Steve�

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barnhardt9999(8a)

None of the above. You can think about Paw Paws for that spot.

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