DescriptionOriginal seedling found by George Crooke in Tiddesley Woods, Pershore, Worcestershire, UK in 1827. Medium-sized canary yellow fruit with firm yellow flesh. An excellent culinary plum, great for delicious yellow plum jam. Will keep well if picked before fully ripe and very good for freezing. A compact tree which is hardy, disease resistant and self-fertile. A heavy cropper with good frost-resistant blossom.
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