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Re: [nafex] Bradshaw plum

A 10:29 00.05.28 -0700, vous avez écrit :
>Does anyone know if Bradshaw is a European or Japanese plum?

Bradshaw was a popular plum in warmer parts of Quebec and Ontario in late
1800 and beginning of 1900. It is probably for zone 5 and not hardy enough
for my zone 4. It would be an European plum, related to Lombard - a group
of P.domestica that also includes Victoria. The fruit is dark red with
yellow flesh. I haven't tried it here, but maybe it could work topgrafted
in a hardier tree like Damas.
Claude Jolicoeur, Quebec.

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