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  • Sultan blood plum

    Heirloom blood plum, the Sultan blood plum is a rare breed, loved by all who try it, medium sized, soft and juicy blood red flesh, bright lively flavour, self fertile, ripening mid season, low spreading tree (easier to net) Ripens: Jan/Feb Pollinates with: Self fertile

  • Victoria plum

    Out of stock

    Larger plum from England, and that country’s most popular and most well known cooker. The Victoria plum is still sought after by many today, stews well, bottles well, sets a heavy crop. Ripens: February Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Robe de Sargent prune plum

    Robe de Sargent prunes bear small elongated fruit, with dark blue to purple skin, yellow juicy, very sweet flesh - Freestone.Very commonly used for dried fruit, also eaten fresh and used for preserves and jam making MATURITY: Mid to late February (Mid season) Pollinate with: D’Agen Prune, Greengage, and Coe’s Golden Drop

  • Dwarf Damson plum

    Dwarf plum tree, two metre high version of the damson plum, these plums are once again having a resurgence of popularity amongst gourmets, who prize them for their high quality when cooked, the Damson plum makes fine sauces and jams, and great meat accompaniments, a small sized plum, hardy trees bear late ripening fruits, has some self fertility, so sets a fair crop on its own. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Damson plum

    These plums are once again having a resurgance of popularity amongst gourmets, who prize them for their high quality when cooked, the Damson plum makes fine sauces and jams, and great meat accompaniments, a small sized plum, hardy trees bear late ripening fruits, has some self fertility, so sets a fair crop on its own. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Dwarf D’Agen prune plum

    Dwarf D'Agen French prune plum is a dwarf two metre plum tree, it is the classic granddaddy of the prune plums, rich and sweet, purple skin with yellow flesh, wonderful fresh eating, and can also be dried on the tree or picked off and sat on a plate to dry to a prune, best pollinator for Green Gage, offered on dwarfing rootstock. Ripens: February Pollinate with: Coe's Golden Drop, Green Gage

  • D’Agen French prune plum

    D'Agen French prune plum is a classic granddaddy of the prune plums, rich and sweet, purple skin with yellow flesh, wonderful fresh eating, and can also be dried on the tree or picked off and sat on a plate to dry to a prune, best pollinator for Green Gage, offered on Myrobolan rootstock. Ripens: February Pollinate with: Coe's Golden Drop, Green Gage

  • Dwarf Coe’s Golden Drop plum

    Dwarf plum tree - this tree consists of the traditional Coe's Golden Drop plum, grafted onto a genuine two metre high rootstock; the plum is a very late season ripener, large oval yellow plum, firm juicy sweet flesh, excellent apricot like flavour, good for drying, bred from two older classic plums – Green Gage and White Magnum Bonum, potentially pollinated by these two, or give D’Agen or President a try Ripens: Feb/March Pollinate with: Green Gage, D'Agen, Damson, Angelina

  • Coe’s Golden Drop plum

    Coe's Golden Drop plum is a very late season ripener, large oval yellow plum, firm juicy sweet flesh, excellent apricot like flavour, good for drying, bred from two older classic plums – Green Gage and White Magnum Bonum, potentially pollinated by these two, or give D’Agen or President a try, comes on Myrobolan rootstock. Ripens: Feb/March Pollinate with: Green Gage, D'Agen, Damson, Angelina

  • Dwarf Angelina plum

    Dwarf Angelina plum is offered for the first time this year - it is a genuinely dwarfed two metre plum tree, grafted to the mid season ripening plum that seems to appeal to nearly everyone, white bloom on purple skin, rich yellow flesh, prized for eating fresh, also for liqueur making due to its high sugar content. Ripens: February Pollinate with: King Billy, D'Agen, Coe's Golden Drop

  • Angelina plum

    Angelina plum is a mid season ripening plum that seems to appeal to nearly everyone, white bloom on purple skin, rich yellow flesh, prized for eating fresh, also for liqueur making due to its high sugar content. Ripens: February Pollinate with: King Billy, D'Agen, Coe's Golden Drop

  • licola blood plum

    Licola blood plum

    The Licola blood plum is a small to medium size blood plum with very good sweet flavour, solid and meaty flesh with plenty of juice, ripens mid season just after Satsuma finishes, grows well with us in hot dry northern Victoria and we suspect would do well in cooler climates too (as this is where it originated) Ripens: Feb/March  

  • Dwarf Elephant Heart plum

    Dwarf plum, we get many enquiries for this plum, the Elephant Heart plum, it's a large heart shaped, purple red blood plum with a genuinely distinctive flavour, a bit like a cherry, lovely juicy plum, ripens over a long period, comes grafted onto a dwarf rootstock, to grow approx 2 metres high, with good fruit load Ripens: Dec-Feb Pollinates with: Mariposa, dwarf mariposa

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