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WANTED: Wanted Larger Fruit Trees For West Seattle

Posted by SunnyBunny Z8SeattleWA ( on
Mon, Aug 23, 04 at 18:01

Hello, I am looking for larger size trees to plant, looking for plum, and apple. Raintree nursery sells two kinds of apples but not the plum I am looking for...please email if you want to sell or trade plumbing for plants.
Thanks SB

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RE: WANTED: Wanted Larger Fruit Trees For West Seattle

I have assorted sizes of Italian Prune trees. I also have at least 2 other kinds, I am just not sure what the real name is for them. The Parent trees are about 40 years old and were planted when we moved in. 1 has large egg shaped fruit that tastes a little like a nectarine, but with the plum texture. The color is the same as a nectarine. 1 of the others is a smaller round plum. I have heard called a peach plum. Very good. We also have green gauge plum seedlings and last a Chinese prune or so the previous owners called it. The problem is I am not sure I could correctly name the seedlings. They look almost identical. If you don't care let me know. The Italian prunes I am pretty sure of the ones under that tree. The others are so close together I couldn't be 100%.

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