Damson trees produce acidic fruits for dessert and culinary use from Late August to early October. Damson trees flower early so protection from cold winds can be beneficial but not vital. Damsons will grow successfully in most soil types and situations.
Prunus 'Merryweather Damson' (Merryweather Damson Tree)
*Bestseller* Large dark purple fruits to be picked September.
Sorry this tree is currently out of stock. Our new crop will be available to order from mid to late June 2013.
Prunus 'Farleigh Damson' (Farleigh Damson Tree)
Small blue/black fruits to be picked early September
Sorry this tree is currently out of stock.
Prunus 'Shropshire Prune' (Shropshire Prune Tree)
Blue and purple medium sized fruits to be pick mid September
Tree Gift Wrapping Service
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handmade drawstring 'ecobags' made out of 100% biodegradable materials, a gift
tag with optional gift message and a planting and aftercare booklet. All of this
for just £2.00 per tree.
Key / Size Guide
B/R (Bare Root) - The traditional way to buy
deciduous trees and shrubs. Perfect for planting between November and March.
R/B (Root Ball) - The traditional way to buy evergreen trees
and shrubs. The plants are kept in their own soil, making them ideal to transplant
between November and March.
C/G (Container Grown) - A very convenient way to buy trees
and shrubs, already rooted in their pots, they can be planted all year round. Sizes given in litres.
H/S (Half standard) - Half standard trees are 2-3 years old and
have a clear stem of 1.25-1.5m with a bushy head of branches. The total height from the ground is
usually 1.8-2.4m (6-8ft).
B (Bush) - Bush trees are 2-3 years old and have a clear
stem of 0.8-1m with a bushy head of branches. The total height from the ground is
usually 1.5-1.8m (5-6ft).
Maiden (Feathered tree) - A good, well-defined
prominent leader running straight up through the young tree. Perfect for training
into a half standard, standard or fan-trained tree. Sizes given in cm's.
Multi-stemmed - A tree with two or more main stems