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Fruit trees

PRUNIER DAMSON

Small blue-purple fruit with distinctive taste usually used for preserves or flavored gin. Very productive plum that hangs well on the tree. To produce fruits, it should be planted with another European plum like Stanley, Mont-Royal, Italian or Reine-Claude. Harvest in mid-September. Pruning should be done at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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PRUNIER DOM. DAMAS

Small, purplish blue fruit with a greenish yellow flesh and juicy, with a clingstone. For fresh eating, preserves and jam. Self-pollinated, but for better crops, plant another European variety. Production will take 3 to 5 years. Ripens mid-september. Pruning should be done at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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PRUNIER EARLY GOLDEN

Round fruit, golden yellow, tinged with red, juicy flesh with a freestone. For fresh eating or preserves. Gives a good crop every two year. Should be planted with another japanese plum variety to get fruits. Starts producing fruits 3-5 years after planting. Early August harvest. Pruning should be done at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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PRUNIER ITALIEN

Elongated fruit, deep blue colour with a greenish yellow flesh, with a freestone. For fresh eating or perserves. Partially self-fruitful, for better crops, plant with another European plum variety. Fruiting will take 3 to 5 years after planting. Ripens at the end of September. Pruning should be done at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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PRUNIER MIRABELLE

Small fruit, orangy yellow in colour when it is ripe. Sweet, very good quality. For fresh eating, jam. Selt-pollinated, but for better crops, plant another European variety. Production will take 3 to 5 years. Ripens in early September. Pruning should be done at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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PRUNIER MONT-ROYAL

Medium size, round, blue fruits with a greenish yellow flesh, firm and juicy, with a clingstone. For fresh eating or cooking. Good crop every second year. Self-pollinated, but for better crops, plant another European variety. Production will take 3 to 5 years after planting. Ripens at the end of September. Pruning should be done at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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PRUNIER PEMBINA

Big, red, juicy fruit, rather sweet, with a yellow flesh, with a clingstone. For fresh eating and jam. Plant another american variety to have a better pollination. Fruiting will start 3 to 5 years after planting. Pruning should be done at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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PRUNIER REINE CLAUDE

Plum tree with yellow to greenish, round fruits. In harvest time, plums are golden yellow, sweet and juicy. This european type should be planted with another european plum variety for pollination. Harvest time: mid-September. Excellent for jams, canning or fresh eating! Pruning should be done at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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PRUNIER WANETA

Big juicy and great red fruits. Dark yellow flesh, good for fresh eating. Maturity at the end of July.Abundant harvest. American type, it has a spreading habit.

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