Can a cherry tree become a green gage if you don't prune it?
Four years ago I bought a little ornamental cheery tree. Didn't prune it (that's why I'm called plantkiller!) but eventually transplanted it from pot to garden. Now it looks huge (10 feet) and has green plum like fruit onit, which a friend said might be green-gage. Do they do grafts of these two trees? I ate one of the fruits and it was sweet with a pip just like a plum. Can anyone help thinking of making jam with them and don't want to poison family as well as my plants!
- 28 Aug, 2009