Victoria’ plum tree

£55£125

Soft, sweet and juicy! This variety is one of the most popular plums. They have vibrant deep yellow and pink flesh, with good flavour. These plums are delicious eaten straight from the tree in late August, and also make delicious pies and jams. This variety is self-fertile, which means it doesn’t need another tree nearby for pollination, so will happily produce fruits on its own.

This plant has flowers which are attractive to pollinators, such as butterflies and bees. Green spaces in our towns and cities have been disappearing so even if you’ve got a small outdoor space, having a few pollinator friendly plants will provide food, whilst also helping your space look bright and colourful.

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About the product

Flowers will appear in March – April, and plums are ready to be harvested in August.

This tree’s rootstock is St. Julien A, meaning the tree will reach a final height of approximately 2.5m.

If you have no idea what the above sentence means, don’t worry! You don’t need to know anything about this to successfully grow this tree.

But, in case you’re interested, a rootstock is a set of different roots which are grafted onto a plant to control the vigour of the plant. This allows trees and bushes to be grown in a smaller space than if they were grown on their own roots, which is why we’ve chosen them for our fruit trees.

What's included

  • A ‘Victoria’ plum tree (12L) – planted in your chosen pot (if added)
  • Care guide
Current height (inc. pot):
180cm
Current width:
40cm
Light needs:
Full sun
Frost sensitive?
No
Scented?
No
Pollinator friendly?
Yes
Edible?
Yes, fruits are edible
Child safe?
🟢 - not harmful
Pet safe?
🟠 - eating the seed and leaves of this plant can cause respiratory issues, and the stone inside the fruit is also a choking hazard

Seasons of interest

  1. Mar
  2. Apr
  3. Aug
  4. Sep
  1. Eco-friendly sourcing Eco- friendly sourcing
  2. Peat-free compost Peat- free compost
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