£18.70 – £60.00
This form was selected by the RHS for its excellent old fashioned flavour and more reliable crops.
Partially self fertile. (UK)
Large, yellow almost translucent fruit with golden flesh and a sweet plummy flavour. Partially self fertile.
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)
Still the most revered of all white fleshed peaches. The flavour is intense and rich. Heavy cropping and suitable for sheltered situations. Freestone. (Rivers of Sawbridgeworth 1906)
A medium, round, yellow gage, very sweet. A hardy selection suitable for open areas and northern districts. Pollinated by Denniston’s Superb. (USA 19th Century)
Small, yellowish-green, juicy fruit, reliable. Good cropper and self fertile. Prefers a sheltered warm site. Will cross pollinate with plums. (Cambridgeshire)
Very precocious, firm with good flavour. One of the later picking varieties but well worth the wait as fewer cherries available in the shops at this time. Ripens unevenly to spread the season. A good polliantor (Van x Newstar, Canada … Read More
Large, golden yellow fruit of good gage-like flavour. Can be picked early for cooking. Excellent for bottling and freezing. (France 1860)