Plum - Belgian Purple

£22.00 - £62.50
Type: 
Culinary
Synonyms: 
Bleue de Belgique
Originated: 
Belgium (1853)
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Description

First catalogued in Belgium in 1853-54. Introduced to the UK shortly afterwards by the Rivers nursery of Sawbridgeworth. The fruit is large, blue-black with a bloom, round-oblong, flesh does cling to the stone, and is good for jam and cooking, although only fair for eating purposes.

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