re green gage plums on the western slope?
I have a green gage plum tree, it is now 8 years old, and has, at most, popped two flowers a year, neither of which ever formed a fruit. The tree is now 15 ft tall, trunk diameter about 5 inches. It is grafted on some root stock, the nursery tag long lost.
Neighbors tell me that green gage plums do ok, but I have yet to find anyone growing them successfully. Also, most of these folks grow plums that are not grafted but are free spreading.
I followed several threads over on the fruit tree section, and there are some that mention that green gage is not all that dependable. I wondered if there was any experience around here. I will whack it out of there and plant something else, unless I hear otherwise.