A varied selection of our plum trees

Plum – Czar
Plum – Czar

Prince Englebert x Early Rivers. So named, as the first year it fruited was 1874, the year Tsar Alexander II visited Britain, the last Russian head of state to visit before President Putin in 2003. A medium, dark purple plum with a … Read More

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Plum – Haganta ®
Plum – Haganta ®

Large blue plum, disease resistant. Strong scented with excellent flavour. Keeps well. Partially self fertile. Freestone. (Germany)

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Plum – Herman
Plum – Herman

Czar x Ruth Gerstetter. Medium, blue-black, very early, freestone. Golden flesh and excellent eating quality. Two to three weeks earlier than Czar and with improved flavour. Self fertile. (Sweden 1970).

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Plum – Marjorie’s Seedling
Plum – Marjorie’s Seedling

One of the latest picking plums for mid to late September. Large and good quality purple fruit. Dual purpose. Good cropper. (Berks. 1912)

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Plum – Opal
Plum – Opal

Oullins Green Gage x Early Favourite. One of the most reliable garden plums. Known as the early Victoria. A medium, reddish-purple fruit with superb flavour. Self fertile. (Sweden 1925)

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Plum – Purple Pershore
Plum – Purple Pershore

Diamond and Early Rivers (direction uncertain). A very useful robust plum with good regular crops. Purple to almost black and very large. A good dual purpose. (Worcester) Bare Root ONLY Available Nov – March

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Plum – Rivers Early Prolific
Plum – Rivers Early Prolific

As the name suggests a good, heavy cropping early season plum. Small, bluish-purple. A good dessert variety when fully ripe. (Herts. circa 1820)

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Plum – Victoria
Plum – Victoria

Oval, bright red fruit in late August-early September for dessert, bottling or canning. A clean freestone. Unfortunately disease prone but tolerable considering the quality and quantity that this variety produces. The most popular plum even to this day. (Sussex 19th Century)

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Plum – Warwickshire Drooper
Plum – Warwickshire Drooper

An old favourite. Always crops well and regularly. Large yellow fruit, very juicy and good for eating and cooking. The tree has a spreading, drooping habit from which it was named. In its county of origin this variety was fermented into an alcoholic drink … Read More

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Plum – Yellow Pershore
Plum – Yellow Pershore

The fondly named ‘yellow egg’ plum traditional to the West Midlands. A large ,reliable cropper for dessert as well as the ideal bottling plum. Self fertile. (Worcestershire 19th Century)

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