• Plum Bush Victoria

    Dessert and culinary plum. A pale red dessert plum with yellow flesh. A reliable and heavy cropper. Thin the branches to avoid biennial bearing. Fruit late August. SELF FERTILE. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group C.

  • Plum Fan Trained Opal

    A new early variety. great flavour. Gage like texture and easy to get flesh off the stone. Dessert plum with yellow flesh and red-purple skin. Harvest late July. SELF FERTILE. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group B.

  • Plum Fan Trained Victoria

    Dessert and culinary plum. A pale red dessert plum with yellow flesh. A reliable and heavy cropper. Thin the branches to avoid biennial bearing.Fruit late August. SELF FERTILE. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group C.

  • Plum Half Standard Damson Farleighs Prolific

    Farleigh is probably the heaviest-cropping of all the Damsons. The fruit is quite small, but has the characteristic rich Damson flavour when cooked. Very hardy. Good tree for difficult places. Harvest late. Mid-late flowering. SELF FERTILE. Pollination Group C

  • Plum Half Standard Damson Merryweather

    DAMSON. A culinary Damson with a heavy crop of large blue-black fruits with yellow flesh. Harvest late September. SELF FERTILE. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group B

  • Plum Half Standard Edwards

    Large blue plum ripening in September after the Victoria has finished. Creamy white flesh and heavy cropping. Mid season pollinating.

  • Plum Half Standard Greengage

    A small sweet green-yellow plum grown best against a wall or in a sheltered position. Grow near another plum and crops will be good with sweet edible fruit in September.

  • Plum Half Standard Majories Seedling

    Late plum for cooking and eating. Purple fruit with yellow flesh grows to a large size. Blossom season is late often missing late frosts. Pick end of September. Self fertile.

  • Plum Half Standard Opal

    A new early variety - great flavour. Gage like texture and easy to get flesh off the stone. Dessert plum with yellow flesh and red-purple skin. Harvest late July. SELF FERTILE. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group B.

  • Plum Half Standard Victoria

    Dessert and culinary plum. A pale red dessert plum with yellow flesh. A reliable and heavy cropper. Thin the branches to avoid biennial bearing. Fruit late August. SELF FERTILE. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group C.

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