An old gage that was found in Lord Portman's gardens at Bryanston, Blandford, Dorset, round about 1800.Â
Strong growing and spreading, making a largeÂ tree.
the fruit are quite round and larger than a Green Gage, at first pale green, ripening to primrose. Like a pale green gage but larger.
Juicy with good gage flavour, but is self-incompatible and fails to set fruit with its own pollen. A good cropper, though, when cross pollinated.
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