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Cordon Plum, Gage & Damson Trees

Plums, gages and damsons are a wonderful choice of tree to grow in the garden as in favourable conditions they will crop reliably, producing masses of fruit year after year. Cordons should be restricted to 1.8-2.4m (6-8ft) in height and can be spaced 90cm (3ft) apart. Choose a sunny, sheltered spot. To ensure rapid establishment, cordon plum trees are supplied bare-rooted and will be 1.2-1.5m (4-5ft) high on despatch. Trees are available from late November to late April.

 

Don't forget to include tree stakes and ties on your order. All young fruit trees require staking and for better establishment we strongly advise using Rootgrow when planting (as recommended in RHS planting guidelines).


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Cordon Plum 'Czar'
£24.95Cordon Plum 'Czar'So named, as the year it first fruited was 1874, the year Czar Alexander II visited Britain. Remains popular as it can produce very heavy crops and is always reliable. A medium sized dark purple plum with sweet yellow flesh. Excellent for dessert and culinary purposes. Suitable for most parts of the UK.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Guinevere'
£25.50Cordon Plum 'Guinevere'A very modern late season dessert plum, ripening around the same time as Marjorie's Seedling but with improved eating quality. Produces heavy crops of large purple fruits that will store well if refrigerated. Disease resistant and easy to grow.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Herman'
£25.50Cordon Plum 'Herman'One of the best early ripening plums, excellent for dessert and culinary purposes. Medium sized blue-black fruits with sweet golden flesh, similar to its parent ‘Czar’ but with improved flavour and ripening 2-3 weeks earlier. The stone removes easily from the flesh.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Jubilee'
£24.95Cordon Plum 'Jubilee'A new red dessert plum, very similar to Victoria in flavour and appearance but the fruits are twice the size and arguably superior for eating fresh. Also excellent cooked. A reliable performer, extremely hardy and very heavy yielding.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Lizzie'
£26.95Cordon Plum 'Lizzie'Always popular with children, this is one of the best Japanese plums (Prunus salicina). The medium-sized fruits are extremely juicy with a very sweet, almost candy-like flavour and blood red flesh. In trials the early blossom has shown very good frost resistance.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Marjorie's Seedling'
£24.95Cordon Plum 'Marjorie's Seedling'A very popular late dessert/culinary plum producing medium-large purple fruits with a very good sweet flavour. The fruit hangs well on the tree until the first autumn frosts. Heavy cropping. Very resistant to disease. Can be grown in the north.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Opal'
£24.95Cordon Plum 'Opal'An excellent early dessert plum, similar to Victoria but with better flavour. Medium-sized reddish-purple thin-skinned fruits with golden flesh and superb sweet flavour. One of the most reliable varieties. Can be grown in the north.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Rivers' Early Prolific'
£24.95Cordon Plum 'Rivers' Early Prolific'An exceptionally good dessert/culinary plum rated by the Victorian fruit enthusiast Hogg as “a great bearer and very hardy, rarely ever missing a crop.” The fruits are of similar quality to Marjorie’s Seedling but smaller and earlier ripening. Delicious when fully ripe with sweet, juicy, golden flesh. An excellent choice for areas that suffer from spring frosts.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Seneca'
£24.95Cordon Plum 'Seneca'Weighing in at more than ¼lb each, these freestone plums are the biggest we have ever seen! The huge reddish-purple skinned fruits are the size of goose eggs and the bright orange-yellow flesh is very sweet, full of flavour and dripping with juice.Buy Now
Cordon Plum 'Victoria'
£23.95Cordon Plum 'Victoria'The UK’s best known plum, raised in 1840 and grown commercially. The fruits are pinkish red with sweet, yellow, juicy flesh. A very popular dessert variety but also excellent cooked, producing a lovely pink syrup and almond aroma. Heavy cropping. Blossom is frost resistant. Can be grown in the north.Buy Now
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