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Luisa plum euro or jap?

Posted by plumstupid 6A MO (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 28, 13 at 3:16

Hey guys thanks for the replies to my last post. I've been searching everwhere online and reading about this variety. Some sites list it as a japanese some as a european plum. Im just trying to figure it out so I can plant the right pollinator. If there is anyone out there with any knowledge about this or anything at all about this plum let me know.

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RE: Luisa plum euro or jap?

From this link it appears to be Japanese type of plum, with origins in Australia or NZ. The possible pollinators listed by some nurserys there I found on a brief search look to be Japanese also..

Here is a link that might be useful: Luisa plum

RE: Luisa plum euro or jap?

Thanks for the link Eboone. Its weird that raintree sells it as a euro and alot of other nurseries in Australia and NZ do also. Im guessing I will figure it out once it starts growing.

RE: Luisa plum euro or jap?

  • Posted by eboone 6a - SW PA (My Page) on
    Wed, Aug 28, 13 at 15:00

Looks like misleading marketing and/or ignorance about merchandise is not limited to US nurseries :)
Good luck with the plum, let us know how it does.

RE: Luisa plum euro or jap?

PS, I would suggest emailing that link to raintree and see what they say.


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