Plum Victoria (Prunus domestica Victoria) AGM

Plum Victoria (Prunus domestica Victoria) AGM


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Perhaps the best known variety of plum, the Victoria Plum is a reliably heavy cropping stone fruit bushthat produces clusters of delicate white blossoms in late spring, followed by delicious yellow-tinged purple-red, egg-shaped dessert plums in late summer. For many, a plum isn't a plum unless it's a Victoria.

In fact, it is ideal for both culinary and dessert use – Victorias make lovely pies and jams, if they get that far, as they are probably best enjoyed straight from the tree! Self-fertile, so you don't need to plant a companion tree.

Grown on VVA1, a semi-dwarfing rootstock, ideal for a smaller garden.


Pot size: 12L

Pot Size: 12L, on VVA-1 semi-dwarf bush rootstock (other forms and rootstocks may also be available)

Common Name: Victoria Plum

Hardiness: Hardy

Height and Spread: 3m x 3.5m, over 10 years

Preferred Soil Type: Any well-drained or moist but well-drained soil, except chalk

Aspect: Full sun

Position: South or west facing, sheltered

Flowering Period: April

Fruiting Period: August – September

Care: Prune regularly to maintain form

Please note, larger sizes of this item are only available for in store collection. Do give us a call on 01993 823117 before visiting, to check we have it in stock.