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Angelina Burdett European Plum (dwarf)

Raised by Mr Dowling of Woolston, Southampton in about 1850. It was first described in 1853. Fruits have firm, juicy, yellowish green flesh with a good flavour. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying...

Coe’s Golden Drop European Plum (dwarf)

Said to have been raised by Jervaise Coe of Bury St Edmunds in the late 1700s. Fruits have golden-yellow, juicy, sweet flesh which is highly flavoured. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying Harvest: March...

Damson European Plum (dwarf)

The damson (Prunus insititia) is thought to have arisen through natural crosses in Asia between the sloe (Prunus spinosa) and the cherry plum (P. cerasifera). This is the Wild Damson brought into cultivation and first recorded in 1629.
Several cultivars...

Greengage (Green Gage) European Plum (dwarf)

Reine Claude is the original name for Greengage which is a very old variety named after the wife of Francois I of France, Queen Claude. It was imported into England by Sir Thomas Gage, hence the name used in Britain and Australia. This is an ideal...

King Billy European Plum (dwarf)

Oval plum with purple skin and sweet yellow flesh. • Pollination Group: Plum Angelina and President. Pollinator for Plum Angelina.• Uses: eating, drying, jam• Harvest: mid i.e. Jan-Feb• Features: great for jam; Dwarf approx. 50%...

President European Plum (dwarf)

Awarded the Award of Merit by the RHS in 1895 and a First Class Certificate in 1900. Fruits have juicy, sweet flesh with a pleasant flavour. An excellent cooker. European Plum 'President' was raised at Sawbridgeworth by Rivers and introduced in 1901...

Sugar Plum European Plum (dwarf)

European Plum Sugar Plum has small sweet oval-shaped fruits with red skin and yellow flesh. • Pollination Group: part self fertile, produces better with other plums growing nearby• Uses: eating, jam, preserves, cooking, drying• Harvest:...