Bullace


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Bullace

 

(Primus institia), a plant of the family Rosaceae. The bullace morphologically resembles the common, or European, plum (P. domestica). The single-stoned drupe is small and most often dark blue; it may be eaten raw or in processed form. The bullace is propagated by seeds, suckers, and green cuttings; the plants are used as stock. Winter-hardy forms are cultivated under continental conditions in the Volga region, in the northern parts of the European USSR, and on the Scandinavian Peninsula.

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R Butterfield, alterations and extension to garage and store to form house, Triangle Farm, 1 Bullace Trees Lane, Roberttown, Liversedge.
K Johnson, Formation of horse exercise area, Bullace Terrace, Clough Lane, Liversedge.
K Johnson, formation of horse exercise area, land off Bullace Trees Lane/Clough Lane, Liversedge.
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All Saints Church, works to TPOs, Bullace Trees Lane, Roberttown, Liversedge.
All Saints Church, works to TPO's 06/11, Bullace Trees Lane, Roberttown.
K Johnson, stables and storage building, land off Bullace Trees lane, Roberttown, Liversedge.