Marjorie’s Seedling is a late September plum with exceptionally good quality characteristics. It crops well and sets fruit well and rarely disappoints from the cropping point of view.

It is self-fertile and a very good pollinator of other varieties flowering in the same group. For really good fruit, thinning in late June is essential.

The plums do not suffer from drop and will stay on the tree well into October. It is suitable for the North.

Read an article on plum, greengage and damson pollination, with a pollination compatibility chart.

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Marjorie’s Seedling, photo by Manfred Richter on Pixabay