self polinating plum tree - Knowledgebase Question

edmond, Ok
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Question by lanamcelmeel
April 22, 2010
Hi. I went to HD to buy a plum tree that did not need another one to be able to grow fruit, but there was no tags on any of the trees to know which ones I could buy. Could you please recommend a few to me that would thrive in the Oklahoma City region? Again, I only want to plant 1, so I would need it to be self polinating. Thank you!

Answer from NGA
April 22, 2010
Santa Rosa and Burgundy are self-fruitful as are most of the European plums. To make things easier at the nursery, if the tag says Japanese or Asian plum, it will need a pollinator; if it is identified as a European plum, it's most likely self-fruitful. Best wishes with your new plum tree!

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