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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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The orchard will include apple, pear and damson trees.
We transformed the garden, which was overgrown with damson trees and brambles, our daughter kept ponies, while our son rode mountain bikes and became UK junior cross country mountain bike champion.
The house is set back in its land, allowing views to be enjoyed across its generous gardens which are well landscaped and include a number of hard and soft woods as well as cherry, pear, apple, plum and damson trees.
AT this hotel near Crosthwaite spring is heralded by its orchard of damson trees bursting into blossom.
Sue Osbourne, from Pinks Farm, Henley-in-Arden has never regretted giving up quails eggs to produce fruit syrups from the damson trees on her smallholding.
A rear, lawned garden is divided by a heavy rose trellis and well-stocked cottage garden plant border, overhung by a a mature walnut tree and adjoining orchard of apple, pear, plum and damson trees, beyond which lies a caged vegetable garden, duck pen with pond and chicken run.