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Posted: Monday 11 September, 2006

by Rosemary at 9:33pm in Growing 2 comments Comments closed

Our Victoria plum tree did much better this year than last. If you recall, I ate the entire crop last year - four plums. This year, we got about four pounds of plums - they looked lovely on the tree, like big rubies.

Unfortunately, the heavy rain after the long dry spell caused them to split so, rather than share them with the earwigs, we picked them all and turned them into chutney.

I used Delia's "Old Dowerhouse" recipe. We haven't tried it yet as it has to mature for a month but the recipe was recommended, so we're sure it will be lovely.

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mike

Sunday 1 October, 2006 at 2:15pm

was a nice site however i clicked onto the victoria plum site for the comments to find reams and reams of porn site posted by free mature amatuer porn , is this part of your smallholding , i shall not be calling again thank you.

mike/yvonne. 01/10/06.

Dan

Tuesday 3 October, 2006 at 1:00pm

Hi Mike. Sorry about the dodgy links, we get hundreds of spam comments every week and I do my best to keep on top of them, but sometimes I don't. Also sorry you're not sticking around, but ho hum.

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