I am growing an Italian plum and there is nothing special about it
other than the usual watering, weeding, pruning, and spraying (when the
tree starts putting out lots of fruit). I would wait until Spring to
plant the tree if you have a good place to keep it over the winter, like
sheltered shed/garage. You can also bury it with it's pot in your
and dig it out in the Spring for planting.
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