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Victory plum tree

Prunus domestica 'Victory'

Victory is listed in the RHS Plants for Pollinators
  • Gardening skill: Average
  • Picking season: Late
  • Self-fertility: Not self-fertile
  • Pollination group: 4

Victory is a Canadian plum, notable for its heavy yields and exceptionally large fruits. Eating quality is fair, and its firm flesh makes it useful for cooking and processing.

Victory is a semi-clingstone variety - the stone falls away fairly cleanly from the flesh.

Victory plum trees for sale

  • Semi-dwarf 1-year bare-root tree $37.95
    Mature height: 8ft-12ft after 10 years
    Semi-dwarf rootstock
    Out of stock

How to grow

Victory is easy to grow. It ripens in late September in the northern states.

Advice on fruit tree pollination.

History

Victory was developed in the 1970s at the Vineland Research Station, near Niagara, Ontario, Canada. It is a cross between two other Vineland-developed plums, Valor and Vision.

Victory characteristics

  • Gardening skillAverage
  • Self-fertilityNot self-fertile
  • Pollination group4
  • Pollinating othersAverage
  • Picking seasonLate
  • UsesEating freshCulinary
  • Keeping (of fruit)1 week
  • Cold hardiness (USDA)Zone 4 (-34C)
  • Summer maximum temperaturesCool ( 20-24C / 68-75F)Warm (25-30C / 76-85F)
  • Country of originCanada
  • Period of origin1950 - 1999
  • Flesh colourGolden / Yellow
  • Fruit colorPurple - light