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The European Mirabelle is hardy and reliable with abundant crops of small,  sweetish plums with an aromatic flavour.   The particular cultivars we offer have fruits which are larger in size and have been bred  for dessert quality and culinary use. 


Mirabelles are partially self fertile and require cross pollination with another variety or early flowering plums.

Fruit Trees: Mirabelles,
Large bright red fruits with sweet orange flesh.
Spreading growth. Late Aug. PSF (1)
Sold out for this season.
St Julien - 1 yr, 2 yr. bush
Fruit Trees: Mirabelles,
Very hardy variety bred in the Ukraine. Large dark red fruits with deep red flesh and sweet, juicy, peach-like flavour.
Upright growing in contrast to more common spreading form. Can be eaten fresh or used for processing.
Late Aug. PSF (1)
Sold out for this season.
St Julien - 2 yr. bush
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Plants available to buy from Carrob Growers

Fruit Trees

Apple trees | Apricot trees | Cherry trees | Crab apple trees | Damson trees | Fig trees | Gages | Medlars | Mirabelles | Mulberries | Peach trees | Pear trees | Plum trees | Quince trees | Trained Forms

Nut Trees

Almond trees | Chestnut trees | Filberts | Hazelnut trees | Walnut trees

Soft Fruit & Vines

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Bush roses | Climbing roses | Modern shrub roses | Old shrub roses | Rambling roses | Renaissance roses | Species roses


Herbaceous Hybrid Peony | ITOH Peony | Japanese Peony | Lactiflora Peony

Fruit Trees | Nut Trees | Soft Fruit & Vines | Roses | Peonies | Woodland Plants
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