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Victoria Plum

Prunus domestica ssp. intermedia

Photo: Victoria Plum

Photo: Victoria Plum

General description

The Victoria plum is a type of English plum. It has a yellow flesh with a red or mottled skin. This plum is a cultivar of the egg plum group (Prunus domestica ssp. intermedia).

The fruit shape is oval or ovate. The ground color is greenish yellow, mostly covered with a purple color. The stone does not come off completely from the flesh but the skin is easy to pull off. The flesh is quite rough, light yellow and in good development and full maturity is sweet and tasty. Maturation time is mid-to-late September. It is a good table and household fruit.

Plant requirements

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Maintenance

The tree is quite hardy and grows strongly but is not very large. The bloom is medium-early and self-fertile. It is rarely attacked by diseases, but the fruit is by mold. Flowers must be thinned heavily for the fruits to reach full development. The trees rarely get old due to their high fruit production.

Practical use

YOU CAN EAT THEM ;D

Properties

Height
200 - 300 cm
Color
Soil type
Loam, Sand
Sunlight
Full sun, Partial shade
PH
Neutral
Moisture
Well-drained, Moist but well-drained
Hardiness
Hardy