£18.70 – £60.00
Large, golden yellow fruit of good gage-like flavour.
Can be picked early for cooking.
Excellent for bottling and freezing. (France 1860)
A most unusual gage with very sweet golden melting flesh. Large with an attractive red cheek. Regular cropper. (Herts. 19th Century)
A self fertile form of Cox’s Orange Pippin highly recommended for less than ideal Cox areas. Heavy crops of the best eating apple in the world.
Small, yellowish-green, juicy fruit, reliable. Good cropper and self fertile. Prefers a sheltered warm site. Will cross pollinate with plums. (Cambridgeshire)
This form was selected by the RHS for its excellent old fashioned flavour and more reliable crops. Partially self fertile. (UK)
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)
An unusually large plum sized damson both for dessert and culinary use. Reliable heavy crops. Self fertile. (Nottingham 1907)
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)
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)