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Plum, Gage & Damson Trees (Pot Grown)

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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. Our plum trees are grafted onto St. Julien ‘A’ rootstock, which will produce a tree with medium vigour. Bush plum trees will grow 3.6-4.6m (12-15ft) in height and spread. Choose a sunny, sheltered spot. Plum trees are 1.2-1.5m (4-5ft) high on despatch. Pot grown trees are available from April to late August.

 

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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Damson Tree 'Merryweather' (Pot Grown)
£40.95Damson Tree 'Merryweather' (Pot Grown)The most popular damson, suitable for culinary and dessert purposes. The blue-black fruits are very large (plum sized) and juicy and have a good rich damson flavour. Sweet enough to be used as a dessert plum when fully ripe. A heavy and reliable cropper.Buy Now
Gage Tree 'Cambridge Gage' (Pot Grown)
£40.95Gage Tree 'Cambridge Gage' (Pot Grown)One of the most popular greengages, very similar to the old fashioned greengage but more reliable. The fruits are green with juicy yellow flesh and an excellent rich flavour. Good as a dessert gage and for jam making. A reliable cropper.Buy Now
Gage Tree 'Oullins Golden Gage' (Pot Grown)
£40.95Gage Tree 'Oullins Golden Gage' (Pot Grown)Rated by the Victorian writer Hogg as having "exquisite flavour and handsome appearance" this old French variety is more like a plum than a true gage. The fruits are large by gage standards and particularly attractive - golden yellow with faint red spots.Buy Now
Mirabelle Plum Tree 'Golden Sphere' (Pot Grown)
£42.95Mirabelle Plum Tree 'Golden Sphere' (Pot Grown)One of several cherry plums (mirabelles) recently bred in one of the harshest climates in the world (the Ukraine). The fruits are considerably larger than our native varieties, are delicious eaten fresh and can also be used for making jam. This variety produces heavy crops of exceptionally large beautiful golden cherry plums. The fruits are firm and juicy with an excellent sweet flavour.Buy Now
Plum Tree 'Burbanks Tangerine' (Pot Grown)
£42.95Plum Tree 'Burbanks Tangerine' (Pot Grown)Bred in 1913, this variety was a favourite of HM The Queen Mother and there is a tree growing at Sandringham House. The medium sized spherical fruits are very attractive and have an incredible flavour with a distinctive tangerine bite. The tree is trouble free making it a good choice for the garden.Buy Now
Plum Tree 'Jubilee' (Pot Grown)
£40.95Plum Tree 'Jubilee' (Pot Grown)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. A strong growing tree.Buy Now
Plum Tree 'Victoria' (Pot Grown)
£40.95Plum Tree 'Victoria' (Pot Grown)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
Sibley's Patio Gage 'Oullins Golden Gage'New Product
£38.95Sibley's Patio Gage 'Oullins Golden Gage'This patio version of Oullins Golden Gage has been developed by fruit authority Will Sibley, who has for many years been working on a range of fruit trees for the home gardener. It has been grafted onto VVA1 dwarfing rootstock using special grafting techniques to keep the tree even more compact. Rated by the Victorian writer Hogg as having "exquisite flavour and handsome appearance" this old French variety is more like a plum than a true gage. The fruits are large by gage standards and particularly attractive - golden yellow with faint red spots. Eaten fresh, the flesh is sweet and gage-like with a fruity flavour, far superior to most shop-brought plums. The fruits are also excellent cooked and freeze very well. An excellent choice for the garden, the tree crops reliably countrywide, even in poor summers. Can be kept restricted to a height of 1.2m (4ft).Buy Now
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