A dark plum, good for jam-making, very productive and juicy.
Ripens August and is self-fertile.
The most popular dual-purpose plum.
Juicy with good flavour, very productive, medium vigour.
Self – pollinating.
Ripens late August.
Similar to Victoria plum.
Has round small, yellow to purple fruit.
Harvest July – August.
£26.00 per tree in a 20 litre pot.
Plum, Greengage and Cherry trees
Plum Czar: dark plum, good for jam making, and very productive
Greengage (Prunus domestica italica): Medium green fruit with juicy yellow flesh – ideal for desserts and liquers
Cherry Lapins: Large black juicy fruit
Family apple trees are ideal were space is limited to give a variety of apples on one tree.
Family fruit trees: Bramley, Cox, James Greeve
Family fruit tree: Spartan, Katy
Cox’s Orange Pippin: self-fertile, heavy cropper
Worcester Pearmain: Delicious orange and red fruit, very juicy and sweet.
Egremont Russet: the most popular Russet, juicy nutty flavour, ripens October
Suntan: Large yellow, green, with flush red, ripens October
Fiesta: sweet and crisp, very heavy cropper, good subsitute for cox’s in exposed areas, ripens October
Bramley seedling: THE most popular and best cooking apple.
Suntan: Large flushed red fruit, ripens October.
Pitmaton pineapple: Russet colour with small conical golden fruit with distinctive pineapple flavour.
James Grieve: very juicy with a tangy flavour. Ripens September.
Jonagold: crisp and rich eating apple, excellent keeper. Ripens October.
Beure hardy: Rust brown, firm skin soft and juicy, harvest mid-September
Doyenne du comice: Fine dessert pear, medium to large fruit, flavour superb, ripens October
William Bon Cherter: early dessert variety, ripens August, sweet and juicy
conference pear – the ever faithful pear, hard to firm skin, stores well.
Other fruit trees are avalible to order on request from November to April this is the period the growers dig up the trees ready to plant.
All fruit trees are grown on semi – dwarf stock making them ideal for small gardens.
All fruit trees are container grown in organic compost and are priced from £26.00