tree fruit - Knowledgebase Question

Buena Park, Ca
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Question by mviveros27
November 28, 2010
I have a Santa Rosa plum and it blooms every year but after that the flowers fall off and I never get any fruit. any advice? Thank you.

Answer from NGA
November 28, 2010
Your Santa Rosa plum is considered self-pollinating but it will set more fruit if you plant a second, different variety of plum in your yard. Without a second tree you'll won't get a very big harvest. I'd plant a Shiro or Satsuma plum tree for cross pollination. Both trees will bare heavy crops for you.

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