Victoria European Plum
In late August of each year, trees in English gardens overflow with these incredibly productive, colorful large oval pink plums. The flesh is a golden yellow and sweet. It is self fertile, freestone and prized for canning and jam. A seedling found in Sussex in 1840, it is England’s most widely planted plum. Now Americans can enjoy it too.
USDA Zone: 5-9
Grow Height: 12'
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: August - September
Pollination: Self Fertile
Rootstock: Dwarf - St. Julian, Semi-Dwarf - Krymsk-1, Semi-Dwarf - Marianna 2624
Read our Plum Growing Guide