Bonne de Bry
Bonne de Bry is a very sweet early season blue dessert plum resistant to frost
Origin: France, 1820
Pollination: Bonne de Bry is self-sterile and would require a pollinator to produce a crop.
History and description of Bonne de Bry
Originated near Bry-sur-Marne in France c 1820 first distributed in 1870.
Small sized, round-square fruit. Blue-black bloomy skin. Greenish yellow juicy flesh. Semi-clinging
stone. Good very sweet flavour.
Very vigorous open spreading tree. Good frost resistance make this variety suitable for locations
subject to spring frosts.
Characteristics of Bonne de Bry plum and gage trees
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|Season of use||E Aug |
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