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RE: lefty's and plum trees?

Yep-- what is it called? I would love to get another one!


> Dark purple outside, yellow inside?
> On Saturday, June 26, 2004, at 08:25 AM, Donna wrote:
> >
> > PLUM Tree:
> > I have two here, one ornamental and the other for fruit. Both are
> > underplanted and seem fine Bonnie. How old is your tree? Maybe I
> > have the problem later as mine are about 6 years old.
> >
> > At a previous house, there was a Italian plum tree smack dab next to
> > the
> > garage.(no I didn't plant it, came that way, and that is what the
> > previous owner called it). Didn't seem to hurt the foundation as it
> > an old tree. Wish I knew what tree it really was as it had the best
> > fruit... for eating or making jams. Small oblong fruit but very
> >
> > Donna

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