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Cut a main trunk of a young whip "Greengage" plum to about 24 inches above the soil to force branching at a low point, keeping the future fruit accessible. Many plum trees you purchase from nurseries will have already been pruned and have several branches, so this step is not required and you can begin the next step after planting.


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