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Damsons (Prunus Damascena) have been cultivated in England for many centuries and with their rich, astringent flavour make a versatile culinary fruit, ideal for cordials, wines and preserves.  Some varieties such as Blue Violet, Delma and Merryweather are sweet enough to eat as a dessert fruit.  Often to be found in hedgerows and field margins, damsons are an intrinsic part of our heritage.

 

Damsons supplied by Carrob Growers are grown on St Julien A or Pixy rootstocks.

Prices
1 yr: £18.00
2 yr: £22.50
Fruit Trees: Damson trees,
DAMSON ABERGWYNGREGYN
Damson Abergwyngregyn is a Welsh variety rescued from single ancient tree on the edge of the Menai Straits. Sizeable dark-purple fruits of excellent flavour.
Tree of medium vigour, hardy and disease free. Pick mid-late Sept. SF (3)
St Julien - 2 yr. bush
Fruit Trees: Damson trees, (Kendal 1932)
DAMSON BLUE VIOLET (Kendal 1932)
Damson Blue Violet produces oval shaped blue-black fruits which are plum-like and with a sweet dessert flavour.
Blue Violet is a traditional regional variety for early harvesting mid Aug.
SF (3)
Not Available 2016
Fruit Trees: Damson trees, (Hants. 1997)
DAMSON DELMA (Hants. 1997)
Damson Delma is an early damson variety which is sufficiently sweet for eating fresh or suitable for processing.
Delma can often be harvested late Aug.
A distinct form of Damson tree found in a Hampshire garden.
UK SF (2)
Not Available 2016
Fruit Trees: Damson trees, (Notts. 1880) syn. Bradley's King
DAMSON KING OF THE DAMSONS (Notts. 1880) syn. Bradley's King
King of the Damsons produces large, purplish fruits with a slight dry but sweetish flesh.
Good crops from a strong, upright growing tree. Suitable for all areas.
Mid-Sept.
SF (2)

Not Available 2016
Fruit Trees: Damson trees, (Notts. 1907)
DAMSON MERRYWEATHER (Notts. 1907)
Merryweather has large plum-like damsons for dessert and culinary use.
Damson Merryweather crops consistently.
Moderate vigour. Spreading habit.
Mid-Sept. SF (3)
St Julien - 2 yr bush, Pixy - 1 yr.
Fruit Trees: Damson trees, (Shropshire 17th C)
DAMSON SHROPSHIRE PRUNE (Shropshire 17th C)
Damson Shropshire Prune has small-medium blue-black oval damsons with firm flesh and sweet, astringent, rich flavour.
Compact, twiggy tree. Regular but often light crops. Suitable for all areas.
Late Sept.
SF (3)
St Julien - 2 yr.
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