damson

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Synonyms for damson

dark purple plum of the damson tree

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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.
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 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.
The Romans probably brought damson trees to Britain, where they are hardy up to Scotland, tolerate high altitudes and do well in wet areas.
There were sheep pens in the courtyard and although sepia photographs showed that there had once been a garden, there was a field with scrub and a few damson trees.