Magnum Bonham Plum

Plum

Description: Magnum Bonham, also known as Red Pippin is a very old plum variety that produces large egg shaped fruits with conspicuous suture line. Deep red in colour with heavy crops. Excellent cooked into jams, pies and cakes. The stone clears from the fresh nicely, freestone. Beautiful white scented spring flowers.

History: Developed during the 19th century. The name is thought to have been chosen by Batty Langley.

Pollination Partners: Plum Avalon Plum Belle de Louvain Plum Victoria Gage Camridge Gage Coe's Golden Drop Damson Farleigh Damson Shropshire Prune Mirabelle de Nancy

Attributes

  • Uses: Cooking
  • Picking month: September
  • Pollination group: Pollination group 3

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