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  1. Apple Crab Tree - John Downie

    Apple Crab Tree - John Downie

    Not only is this upright apple variety highly ornamental in the garden giving masses of soft pink blossom in spring but it's an excellent pollinator for other apples. The yellow/orange fruits of John Downie are large for a crab…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  2. Wildlife Hedge Collection

    Wildlife Hedge Collection

    With 5 sloes, 3 hazels, 1 cherry plum and 1 crab apple, you can create a superb 4m long hedge in your garden that will look great, and that birds and wildlife will love! Supplied as bare root plants.

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 10 Bare Root Plants
  3. Apricot Tree - Golden Glow

    Apricot Tree - Golden Glow

    Huge crops! Found by chance on the Malvern Hills in 1985 fruit are on the small side but are packed with intense flavour.For planting and growing advice read our apricots-peach-tree-and-nectarines-tree-growing-guide.

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  4. Cherry Tree - Duo Napoleon Bigarreau/Variks Black

    Cherry Tree - Duo Napoleon Bigarreau/Variks Black

    Duo cherry tree has been grafted with these two lovely cherries and both varieties crop late July-early August:Napoleon Bigarreau - Large yellow fruits with deep red flush.Variks Black - A sweet, dark-skinned cherry.Given that…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  5. Pear Tree - Beurre Hardy

    Pear Tree - Beurre Hardy

    A dessert pear whose medium/large fruits boast soft, buttery flesh. Excellent flavour. Harvest early autumn. (SF - self-fertile).For planting and growing advice read our pear-tree-growing-guide.

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  6. Plum Tree - Yellow Pershore

    Plum Tree - Yellow Pershore

    Second in popularity only to Victoria. Yellow bloomy skin. Firm, dry yellow flesh. Plum Yellow Pershore is reliable and self fertile. The best culinary flavour. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.For planting and growing advice read…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  7. Apple Tree - Lord Lambourne

    Apple Tree - Lord Lambourne

    Once assessed by 'Gardening from Which?' as the best all-round British garden apple, this is indeed a superb mid-season variety. The crisp, firm fruits are bursting with sweet juice! Ready to pick from September, they will keep…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  8. Quince Tree - Vranja

    Quince Tree - Vranja

    The large, sweet, pear-shaped fruits of Vranja ripen in mid-autumn and make excellent jellies and preserves. Alternatively, you'll find a few slices in an apple pie will improve it immeasurably! The plants themselves are highly…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  9. Cherry Tree - Summer Sun

    Cherry Tree - Summer Sun

    Pretty blossom in early spring will develop in late July, into succulent plump cherries. The cherries are delicious picked fresh from the tree or can be harvested and prepared for that special dessert. Pollination group 5. (SF -…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  10. Apple Tree - Bramley (Clone 20)

    Apple Tree - Bramley (Clone 20)

    Britains most loved cooking apple! Less vigorous and more controllable than regular Bramley. Will provide a huge crop. Is a triploid variety so will need 2 other apples nearby for pollination. Grown on M26 rootstock which produces…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  11. Apple Tree - Braeburn (Clone Helena)

    Apple Tree - Braeburn (Clone Helena)

    Braeburn is one of the best-selling apple varieties in Britain and can now (thanks to this earlier cropping new clone) be grown very successfully in UK gardens. Pick from mid October and store for up to 4 months without losing the…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  12. Apple Tree - Queen Cox Self Fertile

    Apple Tree - Queen Cox Self Fertile

    The Nations Favourite! Will set great fruits without a pollinator. Fruit is juicy and sweet with a typical mellow 'Cox' taste. Deep red flush, excellent keeper. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Grown on M26 rootstock which…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  13. Plum Tree - Victoria

    Plum Tree - Victoria

    Our best seller! Deservedly the most popular and most widely planted plum in Britain. Delicious eaten fresh off the tree, it also cooks well. Reliable and very heavy cropping.For planting and growing advice read our gage-and-plum…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  14. Cherry Tree - Regina

    Cherry Tree - Regina

    An outstanding cherry bearing a heavy crop of very large dark red, high quality fruit 2-3 weeks later than Summer Sun. Exquisitely flavoured and very juicy! Resistant to cracking. Pollination group 5.Given that cherries are such a…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  15. Medlar Tree - Westeveldt

    Medlar Tree - Westeveldt

    An extremely attractive and quite fascinating tree (a relative of the quince family and a good pollinator for pears), with large, glossy leaves, beautiful white blossom in springtime and pretty bronze foliage in autumn. The…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  16. Nut Tree - Purple Filbert

    Nut Tree - Purple Filbert

    Not only will the Purple Filbert give you a good autumnal crop of moist, flavoursome nuts, it's so attractive, with its rich copper foliage, deep purple catkins and purple fruit, that it deserves a spot in every garden! If you…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  17. Damson Tree - Merryweather

    Damson Tree - Merryweather

    Ideal for preserves. Large blue-black fruit with yellow flesh, wonderful rich tangy flavour. Delicious with yogurt or ice cream or in pies, jams and liqueurs. Eat straight from the tree when fully ripe. Self-fertile.For planting…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  18. Mirabelle Tree - de Nancy

    Mirabelle Tree - de Nancy

    Mouth-watering fruit! This prolific variety produces medium sized golden fruits, often developing a pink flush when fully ripe. The fruits are incredibly sweet and tangy, with a taste of honey.For planting and growing advice read…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  19. Pear Tree - Conference

    Pear Tree - Conference

    The easiest pear to grow and delicious to eat - the flavour is excellent. The hardiest and most reliable variety throughout Britain. Self-fertile. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.For planting and growing advice read our pear-tree…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  20. Pear Tree - Williams Bon Chretien

    Pear Tree - Williams Bon Chretien

    Usually just called Williams pear, this is a beautiful old variety - first introduced in 1770 in Berkshire. it turns yellow when ripe, and while a superb eating pear, it's also great for stewing. It is a reliable heavy-cropping…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  21. Cherry Tree - Crown Morello

    Cherry Tree - Crown Morello

    The best sour cherry! Produces large, small stoned fruit with a delicious tart flavour. Makes a wonderful cherry pie. Vigorous, hardy and hugely productive. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. (Part of the English Heritage fruit…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  22. Apple Tree - Worcester Pearmain

    Apple Tree - Worcester Pearmain

    Early season variety with bright red fruit with sweet white flesh. Excellent in colder areas. Highly effective pollinator for other varieties. Eating apple. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. (An English Heritage fruit variety.)…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  23. Apple Crab Tree - Gorgeous

    Apple Crab Tree - Gorgeous

    Vivid crimson fruits perfect for crab apple jelly. Great disease resistance. Pollination group 3. SF - Self-fertile.

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  24. Pear Tree - Duo Beurre Hardy/Williams Bon Chretien

    Pear Tree - Duo Beurre Hardy/Williams Bon Chretien

    Duo tree has been grafted with two delicious pear varieties:Beurre Hardy - A classic French dessert pear from the early 1800s, whose medium-to-large fruits boast soft, buttery flesh with an excellent flavour. Pick when still firm…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  25. Nut Tree - Sweet Almond Sultane

    Nut Tree - Sweet Almond Sultane

    Beautiful early spring flowers. Fruit needs a hot summer to develop properly. Self-fertile. Harvest Sept. Pollination group 2. Height 5m after 10years. (SF - self-fertile).For planting and growing advice read our walnuts-growing…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  26. Nectarine Tree - Lord Napier

    Nectarine Tree - Lord Napier

    Large mouth-watering fruit, full of juice, white flesh with a crimson-flushed skin. Reliable and prolific, excellent outdoor variety for the British climate. Self-fertile.For planting and growing advice read our apricots-peach…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  27. Redcurrant Plant - Rovada

    Redcurrant Plant - Rovada

    The fruit is large and luscious, and is produced in profusion on huge 'strigs', from mid July and through August - producing up to 2.7kg (6 lb) from a single mature plant in a season. Ideal for freezing. If you only have room for…

    Despatch from November 2019 1 Bare Root Plant
  28. Gooseberry Plant - Invicta

    Gooseberry Plant - Invicta

    Lush green gooseberries from June to July, on compact plants which are ideal for small gardens. Delicious flavour - recommended for pies, jams, preserves and freezing. Resistant to mildew. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.…

    Despatch from November 2019 1 Plant
  29. Gooseberry Plant - Hinnonmaki Yellow

    Gooseberry Plant - Hinnonmaki Yellow

    Famous for its fruit's delicious aroma and flavour (like a gooseberry, but with a hint of apricot!) this superb midseason gooseberry is very hardy and will produce a good crop of berries. Supplied as 2 year old plants.

    Despatch from November 2019 1 Plant
  30. Whitecurrant Plant - Blanka

    Whitecurrant Plant - Blanka

    In trials this whitecurrant was by far the highest yielding (yet is ideal for small gardens) providing up to 2kg (4 lb) of fruit per plant in a season. The large, flavoursome berries are produced on long strigs late July-August,…

    Despatch from November 2019 1 Bare Root Plant
  31. Blackcurrant Plant - Ebony

    Blackcurrant Plant - Ebony

    Unlike most blackcurrants, which are primarily raised for juice production, Ebony has been specially selected for garden planting. Take one look and it's easy to see why: the size of the fruit is amazing - up to twice the size of…

    Despatch from November 2019 1 Bare Root Plant
  32. Gooseberry Plant - Captivator

    Gooseberry Plant - Captivator

    Red-fruited gooseberry with vigorous spreading habit. Sweet burgundy coloured berries with a great resistance to mildew. Supplied as a bare root plant.

    Despatch from November 2019 1 Bare Root Plant
  33. Apple (Eating) Plant - Fiesta

    Apple (Eating) Plant - Fiesta

    Partially self-fertile. Traditional flavour, both sweet and sharp. Keeps its shape when cooked and is ideal for juicing. Harvest September-October. Pollination group 3.

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  34. Apple (Eating) Tree - Bountiful

    Apple (Eating) Tree - Bountiful

    An easy-to-grow variety that keeps its shape when cooked and is sweeter than the majority of other cookers. Introduced in the 1960's, its quite modern for a cooking apple. Allow the fruit to ripen longer on the tree and you can…

    Despatch from 04/12/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
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