Available in 8 different varieties:
Self fertile culinary plum. Compact habit. UK < 1899.
Very vigorous with large dark fruit. Sweden 1972
Red Plum Mid Season Sweden 1985. Similar to Victoria but larger.
One of the most reliable of all the garden plums. This tree will produce a medium sized, reddish-purple fruit with superbflavour. Also self fertile.
Large bluish-purple fruit. Has a good enough flavour to make it a dual purpose plum and the tree is very easy to manage.
One of the oldest Damson trees. Small fruit delicious once cooked
Sussex 19 th Century. Very reliable heavy cropper but prone to biennialism
Robert Hogg “an excellent baking and preserving plum”.
Attractive yellow fruit. Worcestershire 1827.
Plums are available on different rootstock.
PIXY – Will grow 8-10ft and gives some resistance to silverleaf.
ST. JULIEN A – Will grow 12-15ft.
Please note all 2 year + trees on St.Julien A will be young 1/2 standards.