Plum - Victoria

£22.00 - £62.50
Dual Purpose
Ready to pick: 
Use fruit: 
August - September
Sussex,UK (Pre.1840)
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It is probable that this famous variety was originally found as a seedling in a garden at Alderton, Sussex in the 1830s, but unfortunately its early history has mainly been lost. The trees are fast growing, making a medium-sized and spreading shape, and the fruit are a deep carmine rose, with a wonderful flavour. As well as its use as a dessert variety, it also makes the very best jam. One of the best loved of all fruit trees, and no orchard or fruit garden is complete without one. A heavy and regular cropper it does have its vices - amongst which, it is susceptible to Silver Leaf disease, and the wood is brittle which can lead to breakages in heavy crop years.

For help with choosing the correct rootstock for your needs, please click here A Guide to Rootstocks

For help with choosing the correct size and shape, please click here A Guide to Fruit Tree Shapes

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