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Thank you very much for the Orange tree complete with flowers and baby oranges. You truly are a Victorian nursery I used to pack all the trees I sent out by rail using straw bundles similar to yours. Actually we used long straw and no outer polythene.We also used twine macramed on the outside to hold the bundle together. There is nothing wrong with your packing. It remided me of the old days. I am 78. Now I have to find a suitable container whivh no doubt will be expensive. Versailles sell them and a pottery in the south of France makes the other tradional type. I was a bit surprised when I visited Kew Gardens, that they did not have one single orange tree in their orangerie. Lovely web site and lovely young orange tree in perfect order.
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Thank you very much for the Orange tree complete with flowers and baby oranges. You truly are a Victorian nursery I used to pack all the trees I sent out by rail using straw bundles similar to yours. Actually we used long straw and no outer polythene.We also used twine macramed on the outside to hold the bundle together. There is nothing wrong with your packing. It remided me of the old days. I am 78. Now I have to find a suitable container whivh no doubt will be expensive. Versailles sell them and a pottery in the south of France makes the other tradional type. I was a bit surprised when I visited Kew Gardens, that they did not have one single orange tree in their orangerie. Lovely web site and lovely young orange tree in perfect order.
Alistair M., Bicester

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Cooking Cherry Trees

The Morello Cherry tree is perhaps the best known of the sour cherry tree (cooking cherry) varieties, and does of course feature in our cooking cherry trees listing. But you'll also find this category populated with lesser-known varieties, which have rightly earned their place.

Our sour cherry trees are supplied as bare root trees in the dormant season, pruned to around 4-5 feet - and potted in the summer. They will grow to approximately 8-12 feet but can, however, be kept at a height of around 6-8 feet quite happily, continuing to produce a good crop of cherries year upon year - great news for those with smaller gardens!


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Cherry Tree 'Morello'

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Cooking Cherry. The best known of them all - producing juicy dark red fruits that are perfect for jams and pies. Self Fertile. Colt rootstock.
Available from APPROXIMATELY mid June
Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3-4 ft (90-120cm) tall including pot.

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Plant Passport Registration Number: 34265