These are useful as wind-breaks, and do not take much room in the garden. If grown as standards they give very little shade. Their culture is easy, and good results will follow if the general hints on hardy fruit culture are adopted. Selection of Sorts. Bradleys King.Oval, very prolific. Sweet and delicious. Shepherds Bullace.Green and yellow. Useful in November. The Cheshire Prune (weeping variety).Large, bears freely some years. Ready in October and November.The Damascene of Worcester. Large, very rich cooked. Good bearer. The Mereweather.Very fine. As large as Prolific Plum. Late, with rich Damson flavourextra good. Veitchs Black Bullace. Great bearer. Ready end of October. G. B.
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