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

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

Guinevere
Available as Bush semi dwarf & semi vigorous rootstock
Available as Fan trained
Large purple plum with excellent eating flavour
Disease resistant
Pick September, can store in fridge, flower group 3, self fertile

Marjorie’s Seedling
Available as Bush form semi dwarf & semi vigorous rootstocks
Availabe as Half Standard
Available as Fan (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 semi dwarf & semi vigorous rootstock
Available as Fan (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 semi vigorous rootstock
Eating and cooking
Pick Mid August, flower group 2, self fertile

Victoria
Available as bush 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