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Fruit Tree

We stock a small range of popular fruit trees as well as some more unusual species and varieties.  However, this is but the tip of the iceberg, as we can source an extremely wide range of fruit trees from our various suppliers, especially for autumn planting when many dozens of varieties are available.  

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Cydonia oblonga 'Vranja'£35.00

Fantastic fruiting and flowering tree. Pale pink blowsy flowers in spring. Large yellow fruits (ideal for jelly making) in late autumn. Hardy. Full sun. Well drained soil. H: 5m.


Malus domestica 'Elstar (MM106)'£27.50

Developed in the Netherlands in 1973 as a cross between the varieties Ingrid Marie and Golden Delicious. Elstar is well known to be heavy cropping with fruit that develop a red flush with stripes and to keep well, and can be eaten from October to December. Flavour is sweetly intense with honey notes. Plant in full sun and fertile moist soil, Pollination group 3. Height on the MM106 root stock will be 3-4m


Malus domestica 'Laxton's Superb (MM106)'£24.95

Classic Victorian dessert apple. Sweet appley favour and firm flesh. Red/gold fruit. Keeps up to 2 months. Ripens late. Flowering group 4. MM106. Final height 3-4m


Malus domestica 'Pitmaston Pine Apple'£24.95

Dessert apple raised in late 18th century. Persuasive pineapple-like favour. Russet-like golden skin. Self-fertile. Mid-late season heavy cropper. Flowering group 4. MM106. 3-4m


Malus domestica 'Spartan'£24.94

Sweet dessert apple. Bright purple-crimson skin and white flesh. Excellent favour. Partially self-fertile. Flowering group 3. Easy to grow. Late season cropper. Eat fresh. MM106. 3-4m


Malus domestica 'Worcester Pearmain (MM106)'£24.95

Originates from Worcester in the 1870s and almost immediately awarded an RHS First Class Certificate in 1875 - not surprising as this is a a truly excellent dessert apple. Fruit have a lovely bright red skin colour with an excellent sweet, juicy flesh with a strawberry flavour. Cropping is in September and fruit are best eaten pretty much immediately - no hardship at all.

Worcester Pearmain I in flowering group 3. Plant in full sun in fertile and moist soils. Height on the MM106 root stock will be about 3 or 4m.


Prunus cerasus 'Morello Cherry'

Prunus cerasus 'Morello Cherry'£39.95

Small fruit tree producing dark red, acid cherries excellent for cooking. Pretty single white flowers in spring. Self fertile. Crops from late July - August. Will tolerate a north facing site. H:3-4m. Fully hardy. Plant in rich moist soil. Standard Colt 12L container.


Prunus domestica 'Old Greengage'£29.95

Old-fashioned gage, producing sweet, green-yellow very tasty fruits, suitable for eating or cooking. Semi-self fertile although the bees will do the hard work for you. St Julien rootstock. H: 3m. Hardy


Pyrus communis 'Beth'£24.95

A compact dessert pear, ideal for training as a fan or esaplaier on a wall, or for growing as a stand-alone tree. White flowers in the spring and a early crop of sweet and very tasty yellow-green fruit. Very prolific, so thin fruits if necessary. Best in full sun, rich soil and moderately well protected from cold northerly winds. H:3-4m in time.


Pyrus domestica 'Beurré Hardy'£24.95

Dessert. Large rounded fruit. Golden flushed red fruit. Pick fruit mid-September but ripen for a few days before eating.


Pyrus domestica 'Concorde'£24.95

Dessert pear. Similar to Conference which is one of its parents. Green sweet fruit. Excellent variety. Quince A, medium vigour rootstock, giving a tree 3-4m in height after a decade.


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