This question was asked by email from someone else: Is it possible to move a mature plum tree? I think it is a European plum variety. The plums are about 1 to 2 inches long with a dark purple exterior and yellow-ish interior. I don't know the exact age of the tree but it looks well established. I would guess it is in excess of 15 years old. The "tree" is actually likely four or five trees all grown together, based on the number of trunks that are wound together. It is currently located next to the southeast corner of our house. Unfortunately, there is a very large cedar tree directly to the plum's south which most of the plum's light and also severely restricts its growth. We have an open space in the southwest corner of the garden. It is a sunny spot, protected by our neighbor's garage to the west. Would you recommend that I try moving the tree?