Forget those icky, flavorless or bitter grocery store plums, and open your mind (and tastebuds!) to the amazing variety of colors, shapes, flavors, and textures of locally-grown plums. You're likely to become addicted! Many of the varieties are in relatively limited quantities, and will go into the CSA Fruit Share first.
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Very sweet, this variety is so small you can pop them in your mouth and eat them like cherries (the tiny pits come out very easily). A traditional European variety used in plum tarts and other confections, and used in France to make brandy. Circa 1790. Ripens in late August.
Delightful and sweet flavor. A European plum good for both cooking and fresh eating, as well as drying to make prunes. Originated as a chance seedling found near Montreal. Ripens in mid-August.