Aylesbury Prune is a traditional English culinary damson, which used to be grown commercially on a small-scale in the Vale of Aylesbury and surrounding areas of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.
The fruits are small, blue-black in colour, and the stone is clinging.
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Although usually trained as a bush-tree for best fruit production, Aylesbury Prune can also be grown as a fruiting hedge.
It is likely to be tolerant of chalk, since the Vale of Aylesbury borders the chalky soils of the Chiltern hills.