san diego, ca
|After waiting years for my 2 santa rosa plum tree to have blooms, what type of fertilizer would be good to ensure more blossoms and fruit next year?
|Answer from NGA
April 24, 2006
|Your plum tree will produce more flowers as it matures. Plums are fast growing trees so it shouldn't take more than a few years for it to be covered with flowers each spring. For the most fruit, it will need another plum tree for pollination. Shiro is a good companion to Santa Rosa.
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