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Plum Twin Tree - Shropshire Plum Damson & Oullins Golden Gage Growing Chart
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Plum Twin Tree - Shropshire Plum Damson & Oullins Golden Gage
- Two fantastic AGM varieties
- Pollinate each other for more fruiting
- Attractive blossoms in spring
Add this perfect pair of plum trees to your garden. They work particularly well in containers and make the perfect duo, for they ripen together in late summer and in early autumn.
The plum blossoms appear in early spring to mid spring which gives visual impact to your garden with their confetti-like petals.
We suggest you grow these two plum trees in your flower beds with accompanying flowers beneath or in neighbouring containers.
After flowering animated bees pay a visit which adds movement and life to your garden and they do the important job of pollinating the pretty flowers which transform into impressive fruit.
A traditional favourite
Shropshire Plum Damson is the epitome of northern English damsons, with a particularly deep flavour and so many uses in the kitchen, from stewing, reducing and even eating fresh.
Shropshire Prune grow well in damp climates so definitely worth growing when you live in areas of the UK that get heavier rainfall.
Harvest Shropshire Prune in early autumn to make jams and preserves and to create satisfying puddings as we go into autumn.
The perfect pollinating partner
Oullins Golden Gage plum grows well in the cooler climates of Britain so makes a great partner to Shropshire Plum Damson.
The fruit is a large generous-sized gage. It has a particularly warm golden hue, with red blushes – a treat to the eyes as well as the tastebuds.
Pick Oullins Golden Gage to eat fresh or prepare in the kitchen. Eaten fresh, the flesh is sweet, having imbibed a great flavour after ripening in the sun. For cooking and baking we suggest you pick them when they are firm to the touch.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x Bare Root Twin Tree
- Height Fully Grown: 4m / 13ft
Delivery: Early November to Late May