Originally grown in France in the mid-19th century, and often known by it's French name 'Reine Clauide d'Oullins', the Oullin's Golden Gage is a great garden variety for anyone to grow. It prefers warmer weather than apples or pears, so it will fruit later each year, producing its attractive, golden-yellow, red-specked fruits in abundance in late-summer. Very much sweeter and juicier than typical plums,a real sweet treat fresh from the tree.
There is no greater pleasure than picking a plump, juicy plum straight from your own tree and popping it in your mouth! The firm, aromatic flesh is packed full of sweet fruitiness and the juice will fill your mouth, truly delighting your tastebuds! If you can resist eating them all, these versatile fruits are perfect for use in cooking or freezing for later.
Service rating : You garden provided me with one of the best services I could have hoped for. They are very courteous and easily accessible. If anything goes even slightly wrong, they are very apologetic and very eager to make things right. The products that we ordered were top class and delivered on time. I would buy again from them
Product : The pot & plant arrived in good condition well pruned. A few days after arrival it also started flowering!!!!!
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Service rating : Very poor plant of peach Avalon Pride all branches on one side
Product : Nice little tree
|I was asked to comment in a questionaire on the products and had some disatisfaction, although I had not complained. As a result a new tree was supplied for which I amappreciative|
Service rating : quick delivery
Product : No name on tree can only assume it is as ordered. obviously the 'runt' of the trees as branches only barely on 180 degrees of tree. The other 180 degrees is barren on stem
Service rating : Ultra fast delivery before I went on holiday as I was concerned that it might arrive during my absence.
Product : It would have been better to have had a bag of compost round the roots instead of it being delivered in the dry with several broken twigs. After some emergency pruning, I put it in water for 48 hours then potted it up and am pleased to see last night that the first bud had now broken.
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