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damson

1. a small rosaceous tree, Prunus domestica instititia (or P. instititia), cultivated for its blue-black edible plumlike fruit and probably derived from the bullace
2. the fruit of this tree
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Well plant damson trees there, we'll distill brandy, and we'll make the Spaniards look blue in the face like us.
We are now planting more damson trees, along with organic apples, pears and gooseberries.
At Chirk Castle catering manager Alex James is reaping the benefits of the castle having its own apple and damson trees.
Outside there is a stable, shed and gardens with apple, plum and damson trees.
The two damson trees near the village are budding successfully, and come September juicy dark purple fruit will be ready for harvest.
Offer support I HAVE noticed that most fruit trees are laden with fruit this year, especially the damson trees.
To the back of the property the gardens gently rise to a small orchard with apple, greengage and damson trees along with a deep border and a pond bordering the woodland.
The Winster Valley is a hidden gem of Cumbria, famous for its damson trees - if you visit in spring you will see them dripping with blossom.