Grown in the heart of East Sussex

Plum

Victoria is considered one of the best plums, however, suffers extensively from disease. Opal is a reliable alternative, known as the early Victoria. From our nursery we can deliver around Sussex, Brighton, Chichester, Hastings and Kent.

plums

Belle de Louvain
Available as bush £35, semi dwarf and semi vigorous rootstock
Available as Half Standard £40
A great tree for windy environments
A large purple fruit, firm and sweet
Eating and cooking
Pick mid August, flower group 3, self fertile

Czar
Available as Bush £35, semi dwarf & semi vigorous rootstock
Available as Half Standard £40
Dark purple skin with yellow flesh for eating & cooking
Tolerates shade
Reliable heavy cropper
Pick early August, flower group 3, self fertile

Haganta
Currently out of stock
Available as Bush £35, semi dwarf rootstock
Large blue plum with strong scent and excellent flavour
Disease resistant
Pick September, flower group 3, part self fertile

Marjorie’s Seedling
Available as Bush form £35, semi dwarf & semi vigorous rootstocks
Availabe as Half Standard £40
Available as Fan £55 – (see shapes & forms in Trees Explained)
Large purple fruit for eating & cooking
Good late cropper and resistance to disease
Pick late September, flower group 5, self fertile

Opal
Available as Bush £35, semi dwarf & semi vigorous rootstock
Available as Half Standard £40
Available as Fan £55 – (see shapes & forms in Trees Explained)
Reliable reddish purple fruit for eating
Pick late July, flower group 3, self fertile

Yellow Pershore
Available as Half Standard £40, semi vigorous rootstock
Eating and cooking
Pick Mid August, flower group 2, self fertile

Victoria
Available as bush £35, semi dwarf and semi vigorous rootstock
Bright red eating plum
A bit disease prone but can produce great fruit if well cared for.
Pick late August, flower group 3, self fertile