'Marjories Seedling' Plum Trees
- Cooking & Eating
- Self fertile
- Crops in September
- RHS Award of Garden Merit
Marjories Seedling Plums
Marjories Seedling plum trees produce large, juicy purplish-blue fruits that are good eaters if a little bit sharper than most sweet dessert plums. But they come into their own as cooking plums. With Czar being the possible exception, Marjories Seedling plums make the best plum jam, tart, crumble.....
As it is a later cropper than Victoria, a Marjories Seedling plum tree is a better choice for areas that suffer from late spring frosts and it grows and crops well in the north of England. It is completely self-fertile and an excellent pollinator of those plum varieties that are less blessed. Generally ready to pick in September. Of the plum trees we sell, this one seems to be the easiest to grow.
Please note that all our Marjorie's Seedling plum trees are on St Julien A rootstocks unless otherwise described.