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Big Juicy Victoria Plum Tree 4-5ft Tall In 5LPot, Ready to Fruit, Self Fertile


Victoria Plum Tree

 Supplied 4-5ft tall In 5L Pot


 One of the most well known and popular of plum trees, Victoria produces pale red fruit.



Growing Details


Common Name: Plum
Genus: Prunus
Species: Domestica
Cultivar: Victoria
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Hardiness: Hardy
Soil type: All, except very damp
Height: 12ft
Other Notes: Self Fertile



Victoria is a versatile plum tree, producing fruit which can be eaten, used for cooking and for jams.It produces a heavy crop which often needs to be thinned if fruits are to be produced each year. Left to its own devices the sheer weight of fruit may well break the branches of the tree.Harvest between Mid-August to late September.If you are growing only one fruit tree, then this is the one to plant.It is self fertile and will pollinate with any other variety of plum.

Trees are grown on St Julien A rootstock which will grow to 10-12ft max.



It is self-fertile and will produce fruit by itself.


For better fruiting plant a compatible partner:

Cambridge Gage, Czar, Merryweather, Mirabelle de Nancy, Opal, Oullins Golden Gage,


Write Review

  1. Very healthy plant 5

    Posted by Maria, Taunton, Somerset on 19th Apr 2019

    Packed with care, received promptly, good communication with the company. Totally recommend.

  2. Anniversary gift 5

    Posted by Unknown on 30th May 2018

    Brought as a present for my parents. Arrived promptly and they are very happy with it

  3. Plums already but few branches 4

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jun 2017

    The shape as delivered seems determined by the packaging, so there are few branches. However, it looks healthy and we may even get three plums this year.

  4. A big tree in a little box 4

    Posted by David Bell on 15th May 2017

    I got a Victoria plum, as tall as expected fitted in a pot in a tall cardboard box.
    The pot was wrapped in plastic to keep the roots moist. I am a bit surprised they got such a large tree in such a small pot, I guess some pruning was done and some of the leaders were well pruned as well.
    Now its in the ground and I hope it settles in and grows!