DescriptionThe gardener Jervaise Coe produced this - one of the best-flavoured of all dessert plums - golden-yellow fruit speckled with a cinnamon coloured bloom, with a very sweet, rich, apricot-like flavour. Raised at Bury St. Edmunds, in Suffolk in the late 18th century, this late-season variety can be shy to crop and needs a sunny sheltered site to prosper. Self-sterile, so needs a pollinator.
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