Ouillin’s Golden Gage
Ouillin’s Golden is a gage like plum.. It produces large, round fruit which are golden-yellow and spotted either green or brown. The flesh is transparent yellow. It has an upright vigorous growth habit. Ouillin’s Golden Gage is self-fertile and is in Pollination Group C. The period of use is mid-August.
Old Greengage has a fairly plain appearance, producing fairly small pale green fruits, which turn slightly yellow when ripe. Old Greengage has an exceptional flavour, especially when eaten fresh. It is tender, sweet and juicy, although not a heavy cropper. Whilst it is a self-fertile variety, pollination is improved if you have a reliable cropper alongside e.g. Oullins Golden Gage.
Cambridge gage produces small fruit which are yellow-green and flushed with red. The flesh is yellowish-green, juicy and the flavour is very good. It has a vigorous growth habit, but cannot withstand cold areas. Cambridge Gage is partly self-fertile and is in Pollination Group C. The period of use is early September.