Almond – Ingrid (12l)
Almond – Ingrid (12l)

This is the most reliable cropper of the selected varieties, with reasonable leaf curl resistance (in most areas) and good fruit quality. Plant in a sheltered position.

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Damson – Farleigh
Damson – Farleigh

Very small with a blue-black bloom. Good quality. Known to be very hardy and most likely to crop regularly in northern districts. (Farleigh, Kent 1820)  

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Damson – King of the Damsons
Damson – King of the Damsons

Syn : Bradleys King Blue-black bloom and large fruit. Reliable cropper in mid September. (Notts. 1880)  

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Damson – Merryweather
Damson – Merryweather

An unusually large plum sized damson both for dessert and culinary use. Reliable heavy crops. Self fertile. (Nottingham 1907)  

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Damson – Shropshire Prune
Damson – Shropshire Prune

The ‘Greengage of Damson’. Native of the West Midlands. Small hedgerow damson – very reliable with intense flavour. Similar to the ‘Westmorland’ damson. (Shropshire 17th Century)  

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Damson – Sweet Prune
Damson – Sweet Prune

The Classic German ‘Hauszwetsche’ sweet prune for traditional plum cake and fresh eating. Size between Shropshire Prune and Merryweather  

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Filbert – Cosford (12l)
Filbert – Cosford (12l)

Slightly larger than the Cobnut with a long husk (full beard). Good pollinator for other varieties. Pollinated by Gunslebert Hazel.

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Gage – Coes Golden Drop
Gage – Coes Golden Drop

Green Gage x Dame Aubert. Large, yellow gage, ovalshaped with a long neck. Good quality for fresh eating or preserving. It is supposed to be stored in good condition for many months by hanging in a dry place or wrapping … Read More

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Mirabelle – de Nancy
Mirabelle – de Nancy

Yellow-orange with green tinges and red spots. Very small, roundish-ovate, freestone. Partially self fertile. Resistant to frost. Eat fresh from the tree or use for bottling and preserves. (France 16th Century)

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Pear – Beth
Pear – Beth

Beurré Superfin x Williams’ Bon Chrétien. An excellent garden variety. Pale green, turning to pale yellow with smooth skin. Small, sweet, juicy flesh. Good cropper. (Kent 1938)

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Pear – Beurre Hardy
Pear – Beurre Hardy

Medium-large, light green almost covered with bronze russet. Rough skin. Tender and juicy with rose water flavour. Good cropper. Vigorous tree and good for poor soils. (France 1820)

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Pear – Beurre Superfin
Pear – Beurre Superfin

Medium size, mid-green turning yellow with many light brown russet patches. Rough skin. Pale yellow melting flesh has delicious scented flavour. A high quality pear which does not crop well in all areas, but well worth growing in warm sheltered sites. (Angers, France … Read More

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