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Puget Sound Nursery recommendation needed: Japanese Plum

 
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I live near where the 5 freeway meets the Canadian border, and I will be in Seattle Thursday and Friday this week while my wife is in the hospital getting surgery.  While I am away from her, I want to visit a good nursery to purchase a Japanese plum.  I ignorantly planted to Satsunas a couple of years ago and just today realized why they were not giving fruit - they need a specific pollinator (duh, right?).  Anyway, I need to find either a Shiro, Toka or Methley plum for sale.  Also, if you can make a recommendation if you think one of those three is a better choice than the other two, that would be appreciated as well.

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You'd have to call them to see if they have what you want, but I've generally had good luck with Molbak's.
www.molbaks.com
13625 Northeast 175th Street
Woodinville, WA 98072-8558
(425) 483-5000
 
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Thank you for the reply.  I found my tree locally at Bakerview Nursery in Bellingham, but will check out Molbak's next time I am down there.
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