A small oval plum of a blue color, the fruit of a variety of the Prunus domestica; -- called also damask plum.
sometimes called bullace, this bluish black plum is named for the place of its origin, Damascus.
A small oval plum, deep purple in colour. Damons have a sour taste making them only suited to cooking and jam making. The traditional damson cheese is a solid conserve of damons and sugar.
sweet dark purple plum
a member of the plum family that was once bountiful but is now hard to find due
a plum from an Asian tree but, returning to fish, a danio is a zebra fish
Small tart plum relative, ideal for jam and wine making, much hardier than plums, ideal for Northern regions and frost pockets, can also be used in edible hedges.
a type of plum best used in cooking or for jams and jellies.
The Damson is an edible drupaceous fruit, a cultivated variety of the plum tree, Prunus domestica var. insititia. It is also known as the Damask Plum (but is slightly different from the Bullace).