Shropshire Damson

Shropshire Damson

The English answer to mirabelles of the French, damsons are dark purple, tart, culinary plums used to make the quintessential English teatime jam, curd and fruit "cheese." The variety from Shropshire borderlands is elongated and purple (sometimes called "prune" damson) and highly productive after a long juvenility. If left on the tree under California conditions, becomes palatable on its own. Late August. On Myro 29c.
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