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my purple leaf plum tree died and a beautiful peach tree grew

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my purple leaf plum tree died and a beautiful peach tree grew up out of its stump, is this possible?
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This is entirely possible. Typically fruit trees are grafted onto a root system from another variety. When the top dies, the original root system often puts out shoots of whatever it originally was.

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