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[nafex] Looking for European plum recommendation

My Stanley plum died this summer due to (I believe) delayed 
transplanting shock.  I would like to replace it, but am wondering 
whether I should get another Stanley or whether someone has another 
recommendation.  I am looking for a plum that can be used for fresh 
eating and could be dried (in a food drier).  Is Stanley still the 
best bet?

I have an "Early Laxton" that I have not yet transplanted out from 
its nursery bed.  Any thoughts on this variety would be appreciated.

(In Japanese plums I have Purple Heart and Elephant Heart.  Both 
flowered for the first time last year, but only the Purple Heart set 
any fruit.)

Chris Mauchline
SE PA, zone 6

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