Plums

‘PLUMS’  ‘GAGES’  ‘DAMSONS’ ‘MIRABELLE’

ALL SOLD OUT, but lots more growing for next season (Late November 2021)

Avalon First grown in Bristol, an excellent quality red dessert plum. Partially self-fertile. Ready mid August. SOLD OUT

Cambridge Gage – Reliable cropper, very similar to Old Green Gage (possibly a seedling) Yellow/green fruit, very sweet and juicy. Self-fertile. First grown 1927. SOLD OUT

Czar – A dark purple plum with a sweet yellow flesh. Good for cooking and fresh eating. Heavy cropper and always reliable. Self-fertile. Herts 19th C. SOLD OUT

Farleigh DamsonA small high quality damson that fruits regularly even in Northern districts. First grown in 1820’s. Ready mid September. SOLD OUT

Jubilee  – A modern plum variety similar to a Victoria but much larger fruit and slightly earlier season. Does not over-crop as Victoria often does. SOLD OUT

Marjorie’s SeedlingOne of the latest picking plums, producing large purple/black fruit, ready late September / October, often late enough to avoid the wasps, self-fertile. SOLD OUT

Merryweather  (Damson) – Large, plum sized purple/black fruit. Good for cooking or eating, ready late September, self-fertile. Nottingham, 1907. SOLD OUT

Mirabelle ‘Gypsy’ – SOLD OUT

Old English Greengage (Gage) – Medium sized yellow- green juicy fruits, with a fine rich sweet flavour, derived from the middle ages, ready mid August. SOLD OUT

Rivers Early Prolific – Ready late July. Good dessert plum when fully ripe, heavy cropper. First grown circa 1820. Self-fertile. SOLD OUT

Shropshire Prune (Damson) – Small traditional damson, reliable intense flavoured fruit. Shropshire 17th Century. Ready mid September. SOLD OUT

Victoria – Best known plum, heavy crops of pale red fruit, ready late August, self-fertile,19th Century. SOLD OUT

 

Prices:

Bare Root Maidens (1 year)        £18.00

Bare Root  Bush/Half Standards (2 year)      £24.00