[nafex] Here's to disease-prone, noncommercial old varieties!

Kristina & Bruce herenorthere at lycos.com
Fri Aug 31 20:57:25 EDT 2001

My Golden Transparent Gage is bearing this year for the first time.  The plums are abundant and it's fair to say they have a nicer apricot flavor than what generally pass for apricots these days.  Yes, it's susceptible to black knot and I'll probably find myself removing a quarter of the tree when pruning out knots this winter.  Yes, the plums are smaller than those at the store and probably can't be shipped 2,000 miles to market.  It's worth it.
Bruce Wittchen
Z6 Connecticut

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