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Plum – Najdena (Russian) ripe 22nd July 2020

Plum – Najdena (Russian) ripe 22nd July 2020. This is the first fruits that we have harvested off this variety. It is quite nice, with a sweet yellow flesh, with dark purple skin when fully ripe. However it is not … Continue reading

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One of the first plums to be ripe – variety GEK – 21st July 2019

The variety GEK is a very complex hybrid of Prunus cerasifera, Prunus salicina, Prunus ussuriensis, Prunus simonii. Breed in Russia in 1995 from a cross of varieties Skoroplodnaya x Otlichnica. Considering its early ripening, it is bright yellow and of … Continue reading

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Three Plum varieties already ripe for 2017 – Mirabelle Countess, Najdena & Aprikyra

Amazingly we have 3 plum varieties that are being grown outside that are already ripe. Whats even more, is they look very similar. The 2 photos above are a variety called Mirabelle Countess. The above 2 varieties are called Najdena … Continue reading

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