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Q.Under My European Plum Tree, I Have Leafy Sprouts That Have Been Identified As European Plum Trees. Many Of These Have Sprouted Up

Zone Palomar Mountain, California | gotbliss added on May 22, 2023 | Answered

this year. Is this common? Can I transplant them?

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Answered on May 22, 2023

As long as you do not have a grafted specimen, then it will likely be a similar tree to its parent! There would be no harm in trying.

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