Introducing some Plums........

  • Heron

    Heron

    £18.50

    A large, long, oval shaped purple plum with greenish yellow flesh of good quality. A reliable cropper. One of a selection of Plums raised by Rivers Nursery and named after birds. Rootstock: St Julien A.

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  • Opal

    Opal

    £18.50

    A medium sized reddish purple dessert plum of very good flavour. An early alternative to Victoria. A good reliable self fertile variety that produces a neat round headed tree. Bred at a Swedish Horticultural Research station in 1925. Rootstock: St Julien A.

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  • Warwickshire Drooper

    Warwickshire Drooper

    £18.50

    An old variety that arose in the West Midlands has become well known. Its name is apt - in time having a drooping habit. Large yellow fruits speckled red with yellow juicy flesh. Dual-purpose self fertile variety A strong growing tree that crops regularly and heavily.

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  • Grove's Late Victoria

    Grove's Late Victoria

    £18.50

    A sport of Victoria that ripens later - about 10 days later. Has the same qualities as Victoria - an excellent dual purpose variety, large plums good to eat fresh. With its size good for cooking. Self fertile. Rootstock: St Julien A.

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