£73.50 – £150.00
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Height (when grown)
Acidic, Chalky / Alkaline, Clay, Most soils, Well-drained
Hardy (Cold winter)
Flowering in Apr, May
Fruiting in Oct, Sep
Self Fertile, Pollination Group 1, Pollination Group 2, Pollination Group 3, Pollination Group 4, Pollination Group 5
For details on choosing the right size tree, view our Rootstock Guide.
Apple ~ Adams Pearmain
A high quality dessert apple with a nutty flavour. Harvest time in Mid-October. Pollination Group 2.
Apple ~ Beauty of Bath
A heavy cropping dessert apple red flushed fruit on pale yellow with a sweet slightly acidic flavour. Harvest in Early August. Pollination group 2.
Apple ~ Blenheim Orange
Yellow-gold with orange flush and broken red stripes. Harvest time in Early October. Pollintation group 3.
Apple ~ Bramleys Seedling
The most popular cooking apple! Strong acid flavour, but flesh makes a creamy puree. Harvest time in Early October October. Pollination Group 3.
Apple ~ Court Pendu Plat
An apple with a flattened shape, late flowering so excellent choice for a frost site. A heavy cropper. Harvest time in Late October. Pollination Group 5.
Apple ~ Discovery
Crisp and juicy all rounder with bright red flesh. Harvest Time in Mid August. Pollination group 3
Apple ~ George Cave
Red flush with green this dessert apple, fruits early with a harvest time of August. Pollination group 3
Apple ~ Greensleeves
A self fertile eateing apple this will produce pale green/yellow fruit. A very good pollinator for other species. Harvest time in Mid-September. Pollination Group 3/Self Fertile
Apple ~ Howgate Wonder
A large yellow striped cooker, that due to its sweet flavour can also be eaten. Harvest Time early October. Pollination group 3.
Apple ~ James Grieve
Self fertile with red flushed green fruit that is a very reliable cropper. Harvest time in Early September. Pollination Group 3/Self Fertile
Apple ~ Keswick Codlin
A green/yellow apple which produces heavy crops of cooking apples. Harvest time Early August. Pollination group 1/Self Fertile
Apple ~ Rev W Wilkes
A self fertile early cooking apple this compact tree will produce a large pale orange fruit. Harvest time in Late August. Pollination Group 2
Apple – Scrumptious
A self-fertile tree grown on dwarf stock, bright red apples with a good taste and texture and a thin skin makes it easier to eat. Harvest in Early September. Pollination Group 3/Self Fertile
Apple ~ Worcester Pearmain
Firm flesh with a sweet strawberry like flavour. Harvest time in Early September. Pollination Group 3.
Cherry ~ Morello
The Morello Cherry Tree is self fertile and long lived with dark red fruit for cooking. A very hardy and reliable cropper. Harvest Time in Late July. Pollination Group 4/Self Fertile
Cherry ~ Summer Sun
Very hardy variety producing dark fruit, can be grown in most areas. Harvest Time in Late July. Pollination Group 3.
Crab Apple ~ Snow Cloud
A small upright tree, with flowers in spring followed by fruit in the autumn.
Damson ~ Shropshire Prune
A self fertile classic best known for its delicious sharp tangy flavoured purple fruit and mouth-wateringly delicious after cooking. Frothy white blossom followed by masses of fruit to provide a feast for both us and our wildlife. Pollination Group 3/Self Fertile
Gage ~ Oullins Golden
Large golden yellow fruit. Can be used for cooking as well as eating. Nice flavour but not sweet. Harvest Early August. Pollination group 4//Self Fertile
Pear ~ Beurre Hardy
Vigorous, good cropper with an upright shape. Can be grown in poor soils. Harvest time mid September. Pollination group 4.
Pear ~ Black Worcester
An excellent stewing pear, this will produce a heavy crop of dull green pears. Harvest Time in Late October. Pollination Group 4.
Pear ~ Concorde
A compact self fertile growing tree with sweet but mild flavour. Harvest Time in Late September. Pollination Group 4.
Pear ~ Conference
A delicious pear and one of the best choices for slightly shady and colder spots, Conference is a self-fertile long lived medium sized tree. Harvest Time in Late September. Pollination Group 3.
Plum ~ Victoria
A self fertile tree with white blossom and a large cropping of bright red oval fruit with sweet juicy yellow flesh. A good all rounder. Harvest Time in Late August. Pollination Group 3.
Plum ~ Yellow Pershore
A traditional old cooker with heavy crops of yellow fruit, that are also good eaten off the tree. Harvest time Early August. Pollination group 2.
Quince ~ Vranja
Self fertile, hardy and long lived, it has a lovely shape with beautiful large pale pink blossom and marvelous fragrant golden fruit. Harvest Time in October. Pollination Group 2.
The tree is watered before being carefully packed by one of our experienced staff on site. It comes in a cardboard box lined with straw. (We try to use as much recycling material as possible) The box is addressed to the customer or a specified name and address and sent out overnight delivery to arrive on requested dates.
Please note the size of the tree that you are ordering, as our trees are provided for our clients to plant themselves, which may appear at a small size rather than the fully grown tree as shown in the photos.
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