F. R. H.
February 1997
Garden Design;Feb/Mar97, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p32
The article presents gardening tips for the Japanese flowering apricot, Prunus mume, in the U.S. Prunus mume grows well in a sunny, well-drained spot in zones 6 to 9. The plant can reach 25 feet at maturity. It could be planted anytime from early spring to late summer. It should be pruned after the flowers fade to produce more buds for the next year.


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