Richard Bloom    Figs    Bressingham, Norfolk     Two and half figs on a table. A simple and rustic looking still life showing both the form and rich colour of the fruit as well as the intricate internal structure.    http://www.igpoty.com/competition03/Commended_EdibleGarden_4.asp?parent=commended

Richard Bloom Figs Bressingham, Norfolk Two and half figs on a table…

A simple and healthier fruit leather recipe with just 2 ingredients! Kids and adults love these fruit roll ups from @natashaskitchen

How to Make Plum Fruit Leather

A simple and healthier fruit leather (fruit roll ups) recipe with just 2 ingredients! Kids and adults love these fruit roll ups from

Plum 'Victoria' - A reliable, self-fertile plum which produces a heavy crop of large, pale red fruit with golden-yellow flesh, which can be used for cooking, canning, bottling or just eating fresh.

Plum 'Victoria' - A reliable, self-fertile plum which produces a heavy crop of delicious large, pale red fruit with golden-yellow flesh. Available in a variety of rooting stocks to suit differing garden sizes. A rounded rather than upright tree.

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Stone Fruit: Prunus Avium - Cherries, Sweet and Sour Cherries: Bing Cherries…

28 Best Benefits Of Plums (Aloo Bukhara) For Skin, Hair, And Health

28 Best Benefits Of Plums (Aloo Bukhara) For Skin, Hair & Health

I think I've told you before that I'm not a big fan of purple, but I do like it in small doses and as an accent color, especially the color Plum in the fall.

plums...we had an orchard of these when I was a child and I never tire of eating them

we had a plum bush in our backyard , growing up! We didn't have a tree in our back yard we would alway's jump people fences and still plums and they would sick their dogs on us, those were the good old days!

It is possible to grow a plum tree from the seed of a plum you just ate. However, unless you are eating the fruit from a wild plum or other true plum, the chances of the tree producing the same kind of fruit are slim. This is because most plums come from grafted trees. Save several plum seeds from the fruit after you've eaten them, because not all...

How to Plant Plum Seeds From a Plum You Just Ate

It is possible to grow a plum tree from the seed of a plum you just ate. However, unless you are eating the fruit from a wild plum or other true plum, the chances of the tree.

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