Prunus Mume 'Contorta'

fredtruck

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Others have posted their flowering apricots, so here's mine, a prunus mume 'contorta.' I've had this tree for 6 years, and I feel it is just now coming into its own.

Enjoy.
 

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milehigh_7

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I found some of these from an online retailer and it turned out they were grafted for landscape... :( I asked first so I did not buy them.
 

kevin

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I've found they air layer very easily, and cuttings will also root, so you could alway buy a grafted one and use it as a stock plant.
Kevin
 

Brian Van Fleet

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Nice show Fred! The photo shows off the flowers well.
 
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