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A traditional plum known for its heart like shape, dark red flesh and dark purple skin.

This is a good eating plum, though commonly preserved, used for plum jams and sauces and in baking.

They also freeze well and when defrosted are soft and ready for using without additional stewing or cooking. For those who want a no fuss, simple way to have their Black Doris plums year round; cutting them in half, removing the stone, bagging in small portions and popping the the freezer is the way to go.

This year's fruit is smaller in size.

Current fruit is end of season and soft.

Black Doris Plums

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