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Some white ones turn pink as they age, particularly if rained on. Next year's flowers will start off white
This may be helpful http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/fruit-and-veg/plum-fruit-moth/117479.html
There are several threads on the subject.
Hope that helps
Philippa - you have PM
Then it's obviously about time one turned up
A lot of us looked much better when we were younger
DD - you can make that cake recipe with halved plums - it works really well.
And the bottom is nice and crisp thanks
Mushy fruit - some on the compost heap and some left out for the wasps and birds.
It's the caterpillar of the Sycamore moth http://www.uksafari.com/sycamoremoth.htm
Afraid you just have to keep doing it - it's what cherry trees do. Mow really regularly so that they're tiny then they won't get twiggy and spoil the grass.
Try this site http://www.greenkeeper.co.uk/