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    How To Plant Fruit Trees & Nut Trees

    Important - I'm Not Dead or Dying!

    Trees bought in late summer will often have tatty or discoloured leaves while those bought in autumn will often have leaves still hanging on, only for them to fall off later. This is nothing to worry about as all deciduous trees tend to look a little the worse for wear in late summer, and naturally shed their leaves in autumn.

    Unpacking / Pre-Planting Care

    When your tree arrives, if it is a bare root plant, unpack the roots from their polythene and mulch packing; if they are dry stand in a bucket of water for no more than half an hour.

    If the tree is pot-grown simply remove the covering polythene bag and ensure the compost is moist.

    Prior to dispatch, all field-grown (bare root) trees are root-pruned to encourage fibrous root growth so there should be no need for you to prune them further. Similarly, we 'head back' the trees (potted and bare root) so, unless you are planning to train the tree in a specific style such as espalier or similar, there is no need to do any pruning at planting time.

    What If I Can't Plant the Tree Immediately?

    Ideally, your tree should be planted out as soon as possible. If this is not possible – i.e. if the ground is frozen or too wet to dig – ‘heel’ the tree into a shallow trench or else wrap the roots up in the bark chip and polythene they were originally packed in and store in a cool, frost-free place. Do not keep in a warm place as this will encourage premature growth. Every few days check that the roots are still moist, and plant out as soon as is practicable.

    Container Growing

    All of our stock, with the exception of the Walnut, is suitable for growing in patio tubs or containers as well as for planting outside in open ground.

    If you are planting in a patio tub or container try to use one at least 18" (45 cm) in diameter. A tree loaded with foliage and fruit, in a small container, can easily become top heavy in high winds. The ideal container for a patio is either one made of plastic or concrete, or a wooden tub or half-barrel.

    If your garden soil is not too heavy, this will be fine for filling the container and planting into; alternatively, we would suggest using John Innes compost No.2 or No.3.

    We also recommend putting a little brick mortar rubble or coarse gravel in the bottom of the container, to cover the drainage holes and to stop the soil falling through.

    Planting Out

    As with many things in life, remember that a little extra care and time taken with planting your tree will pay dividends for many years to come!

    Dig a hole approximately double the width and double the depth of the size of the tree’s roots, root ball, or the container it was grown in. Now fork over the sides and bottom of the hole to loosen up the surrounding soil before refilling to bring the soil level up to the correct planting depth for your tree; you can refill with either the soil you originally dug out or, ideally, with a mixture of that soil and 25% organic matter such as well-rotted manure (not fresh), leaf mould or compost, to give your tree the best start.

    Place the tree in the hole, ensuring its final planting depth is the same or only slightly deeper than it was previously grown at (indicated by the soil or compost mark on the stem). Now refill, either with the previously removed garden soil or your soil/compost mixture. Firm in and water well - even if the soil appears wet.

    Under no circumstances should you use any stimulants, fertiliser or bonemeal at planting time as these products will ‘burn’ any new root growth and actually slow your tree’s development!

    Whilst it is not always necessary we do advocate the use of a stake and tie, available from us, at planting time. If you have a rabbit problem, we recommend protecting your trees with Tubex Easy-Wrap Tree Guards, available from us.

    Aftercare

    In the first growing season after planting it is vital to ensure your tree is adequately watered – and this is even more critical in extended dry periods or drought. When watering any newly planted stock 'a bucket a week' is preferable to 'a teacup a day' and will encourage a good, deep root system.

    Always keep the area around the base of your tree free from weeds and grass which would otherwise compete for moisture and nutrients.

    To further aid moisture retention it is a good idea to mulch around your newly planted tree with chipped bark, well-rotted manure or similar; this will also help with suppressing weed growth.

    During the active growing season an occasional feed with our 'Instant Life' or a light top dressing with a base fertiliser will prove beneficial. Under no circumstances be tempted to overfeed, though! With a few exceptions fruit trees prefer a limey soil and an annual liming of the surrounding soil at a rate of 4 ounces per square yard (100 grams per square metre) will help.

    Pruning and Training

    Many, many books have been written on fruit tree pruning and training – a subject we cannot discuss in detail in these guidance notes; for advice on training and pruning we would recommend Grow Fruit by Alan Buckingham (DK Publishing).

    Some Additional Notes On Specific Varieties...

    Figs

    A well-drained sunny position is essential for figs. Figs can also be grown in a conservatory. Figs are best grown with their roots restricted, either in a large container or a root control bag, or by making a root restriction pit; this will ensure that the tree does not produce an abundance of leafy growth at the expense of heavy crops of fruit.

    To make a root restriction pit simply dig a hole 3 x 3 x 3 ft (90 x 90 x 90 cm), line the sides with paving slabs/tanalised timber or similar and the base with a generous layer of hardcore or brick rubble (but ensure good drainage) to discourage roots growing through. Then refill with soil before planting in the normal way.

    Hard pruning should be discouraged as fruits are produced on short jointed growths made in the previous year.

    Mulberries

    Mulberries are easy to prune; all you need to do is trim to shape as you desire. Mulberries tend to suffer a little dieback over the winter months, which should be trimmed off if no leaves appear by early summer.

    Mulberries can be very late into growth in the spring but this should not cause concern; known as the 'wise tree', Mulberries do not break into growth until after the last frost. Certainly, our fifty-year-old Mulberry tree here on the nursery has never got it wrong. Similarly, the first autumn frost will almost always cause instant and total leaf fall.

    Nectarines and Peaches

    Every year, just as the growth buds begin to swell, i.e. in February or March, spray your tree with a copper fungicide to prevent leaf curl (though both 'Darling' and 'Red Haven' are recognised as having good resistance to this). Leaf curl is a waterborne fungus disease known as Exoascus deformans, and the symptoms of red, blistered and swollen leaves may occur if you don't follow this simple tip. If it does occur minor infections can be picked off. Alternatively, spray at 14-day intervals (or as the fungicide instructions direct) until it disappears! It is also good practice to spray in autumn at leaf fall, before the onset of winter. Spraying is rarely necessary if growing under protection.

    Flowering and subsequent fruiting occurs on second-year wood, so avoid excessive pruning from mid-summer until flower break. Do not prune in winter. Just after fruit has set is possibly the best and most practicable time to prune.

    Almonds

    Every year, just as the growth buds begin to swell, i.e. in February or March, spray your tree with a copper fungicide to prevent peach leaf curl. Leaf curl is a waterborne fungus disease known as Exoascus deformans, and the symptoms of red, blistered and swollen leaves may occur if you don't follow this simple tip. If it does occur minor infections can be picked off. Alternatively, spray at 14-day intervals (or as the fungicide instructions direct) until it disappears! It is also good practice to spray in autumn at leaf fall, before the onset of winter. Spraying will not be necessary if growing under protection.

    Harvest almonds when the green outer skin on the fruit dries and begins to split. Keep seeds in a cool, dry place until Christmas before eating. If eaten straight from the tree almonds will be bitter and inedible.

    Cobnuts and Filberts

    Cobnuts and Filberts will grow in most soils that are not waterlogged. The trees will produce a good crop of nuts every year with no attention at all. However, without pruning they will grow up to 20 feet (6.1 metres) in height, making it impossible to pick the fresh green nuts; at that point the only way of harvesting is to wait until the nuts are fully ripe and then shake the tree. Traditionally, cobnut trees are kept at around 7 ft (2.1 m) tall as a single stem or multi-stem bush. Between November and mid-April simply remove anything that is dead, diseased or damaged, and any unwanted suckers at the base, before thinning the top growth to allow good circulation of air (you should have 6-8 main framework branches) - and trim down to around 5-7 ft (1.5-2.1 m).

    Sweet Chestnuts

    Chestnuts are happiest when allowed to grow to full height; but don't let that put you off as ‘Marron de Lyon’ takes around fifty years to achieve its ultimate height of 30 ft (9 metres). Trees can be kept to a more manageable size by autumn and winter pruning, to maintain a height of 10-12 ft (3-3.5 m); aim to form a wine glass shape with a fairly open centre to allow good air circulation within.

    Walnuts

    As both the roots and leaves of Walnuts release juglone (a chemical which inhibits nearby plant growth) avoid planting anything under or within a few feet of the eventual canopy of the tree (the roots underneath will spread as far as the tree on top). Walnuts will grow fairly large if they’re not pruned back - up to 50 ft (15 m) in height, with a spread of 30 ft (9 m) – so open space is required. With careful pruning, a fruiting bush with a spread of around 12-15 ft (3.5–4.5 m) can be produced; to achieve this it is important to keep to a regular pruning regime. As soon as the the tree has produced five or six leaves of growth, start cutting back the tips of branches – and continue to do so throughout the growing season.


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    Apple Tree 'Annie Elizabeth'

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    Cooking Apple. Fruits are so sweet sugar is rarely needed. Very hardy and perfect for the North. Self Fertile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Ashmead's Kernel'

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    Eating Apple. Pale green fruits have a unique acid drop flavour and excellent keeping qualities. Self Sterile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Blenheim Orange'

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    Russet Cooking / Eating Apple. Fruits have a crumbly texture with a distinctive nutty flavour. Self Sterile Triploid. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Bramley's Seedling'

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    Cooking Apple. The classic 'English' cooker; needs no further description. Self Sterile Triploid. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Claygate Pearmain'

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    Russet Eating Apple. A popular Victorian variety with a nutty aromatic flavour and good keeping qualities. Self Sterile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Court Of Wick'

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    Eating Apple. A strong fruity flavoured apple from the West Country that has proven to very hardy. Self Sterile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Cox's Orange Pippin'

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    Eating Apple.Crisp, juicy orange-red fruits. Considered by many to be the best of all dessert apples - and certainly a British favourite! Self Sterile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Devonshire Quarrenden'

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    Eating Apple. An unusual variety with a distinct strawberry flavour. Best when eaten from the tree. Self Fertile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Ellison's Orange'

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    Eating Apple. An excellent alternative to Cox for the North of England with a distinctive flavour. Self Fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Golden Delicious'

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    Eating Apple. Butter gold fruit is both crisp and juicy. Supermarkets have destroyed the reputation of this lovely fruit. Self Sterile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Granny Smith'

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    Eating Apple. Firm and crisp fruits hardly need description. Originating from Australia, it is better for warmer areas. Self Fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Howgate Wonder'

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    Cooking Apple. Huge fruits have a gorgeously sweet flavour, and hold their shape when cooked. Partially Self Fertile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Idared'

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    Eating Apple. A bright and cheerful coloured apple with a juicy, sweet flavour. Stores well. Self Sterile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'James Grieve'

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    Cooking / Eating Apple. Large fruits have an attractive flushed colour and excellent crisp flavour. Self Fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'King of The Pippins'

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    Eating Apple. A lovely sweet-sharp flavoured variety that becomes sweeter in storage, juices well. Self Fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Lane's Prince Albert'

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    Cooking / Eating Apple. Large green fruits are sharp and juicy. Storing well it mellows and can be used as an eater. Self Fertile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Laxton's Superb'

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    Eating Apple. Often likened to Cox, but in reality has better flavour and keeping qualities - bigger too! Self Fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Lord Derby'

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    Cooking Apple. Excellent quality fruits keep their shape when cooked. Very hardy making it ideal for Northern gardeners. Self Fertile. MM106 rootstock
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    Apple Tree 'Lucombe's Pine'

    Apple Tree 'Lucombe's Pine'

    Eating Apple. Golden yellow fruits have an unusual aromatic pineapple flavour. Self Sterile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Sops In Wine'

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    Cooking / Eating Apple. Red skinned have red flesh - and produce red juice if juiced. A really pretty variety. Self Sterile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Spartan'

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    Eating Apple. Dark red fruits have a crisp white flesh and a very pleasant flavour. Self Fertile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Stark's Earliest'

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    Eating Apple. A really early fruiting variety that produces crisp apples with a good flavour. Self Fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Sunset'

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    Eating Apple. Similar to Cox in flavour, but easier to grow. Fruits taken on an Autumnal yellow blush. Self Fertile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Winston'

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    Russet Eating Apple. An extremely long keeping variety that produces creamy white fleshed fruits. Self Fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apple Tree 'Winter Banana'

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    Eating Apple. A gorgeously sweet apple which has a salmon flush to its firm flesh. Self Sterile. M26 rootstock.
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    Apricot Tree 'Hargrand'

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    An extremely hardy variety that produces deep orange-red 'freestone' fruits in profusion. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
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    Asian Pear Tree 'Hosui'

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    Large and juicy bronze skinned fruits. Sweet Pear flavour with very low acid. Partially Self Fertile. Pyrus betulifolia rootstock.
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    Asian Pear Tree 'Kosui'

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    Small, round, copper-bronze coloured fruit have a sweet and juicy pear taste. Ripens mid - late July. Juicy but crisp. Partially Self Fertile. Pyrus betulifolia rootstock.
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    Asian Pear Tree 'Shinko'

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    Large, rounded, slightly flattened fruit has a lovely bronze russet skin. Heavy cropping and excellent disease resistance. Partially Self Fertile. Pyrus betulifolia rootstock.
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    Asian Pear Tree 'Shinseiki'

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    Round, yellow skinned firm fruits are crisp and very juicy. Stores well. Ripens early August. Partially Self Fertile. Pyrus betulifolia rootstock.
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    Black Mulberry Tree

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    Purplish-black, sweet and juicy fruits mid Summer. A real treat that is never seen in supermarkets. A highly ornamental tree in its own right. Self Fertile.
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    Cherry Tree 'Early Rivers'

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    Eating Cherry. Dark red sweet cherries are produced early on in the Season. Fruits ripen in succession giving two or three pickings. Self Sterile. Colt rootstock.
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    Cherry Tree 'Merton Premier'

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    Eating Cherry. An early fruiting sweet flavoured cherry that we recommend highly. Self Sterile. Colt rootstock.
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    Cherry Tree 'Napoleon'

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    Eating Cherry. Yellow fruits have a deep red flush and a gorgeous sweet flavour. Late fruiting. Self Sterile. Colt rootstock.
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    Cider Apple Tree 'Ellis' Bitter'

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    Cider Apple. Medium bittersweet and with good disease resistance. Fruit drops when it is ripe. Self Sterile. M25 rootstock.
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    Cider Apple Tree 'Tremlett's Bitter'

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    Cider Apple. Frost resistant blossoms are followed by heavy crops of deep red conical fruits. Self Sterile. M25 rootstock.
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    Cider Apple Tree 'Yarlington Mill'

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    Cider Apple. Medium bittersweet fruits. Self Sterile. M25 rootstock.
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    Cobnut Tree 'Princess Royal'

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    A highly ornamental variety of cobnut. The golden green husks of the nuts are delicately suffused with pink. Compact and upright in habit.
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    Cobnut Tree 'Webb's Prize Cobnut'

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    A heavy bearing variety that produces large clusters of gorgeously sweet nuts. Perfect for eating green or allowing to ripen fully. Partially self fertile.
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    Crab Apple Tree 'Butterball'

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    Crab Apple. Gorgeous white, flushed pink, blossoms are followed by very heavy crops of 'butter-golden' fruits. Self-fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Crab Apple Tree 'John Downie'

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    Crab Apple. Produces a profusion of rich orange red fruits in October perfect for crab apple jelly. Self Fertile. M26 rootstock.
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    Crab Apple Tree 'Red Sentinel'

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    Crab Apple. Scented white flowers are followed by heavy crops of rich red fruits. Highly recommended. Self Fertile. MM106 rootstock.
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    Filbert Tree 'Nottingham Cobnut'

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    Often misdescribed as a Cobnut. An early cropping variety that produces large richly flavoured nuts. A popular commercial variety. Partially self fertile.
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    Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 2 - 3 feet (60 - 90 cm) tall including pot.

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    Goldengage Tree 'Oullin's Gage'

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    Sweet, golden-yellow flesh. An excellent variety for bottling or freezing. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
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    Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including pot.

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    Nectarine Tree 'Madame Blanchette'

    Nectarine Tree 'Madame Blanchette'

    Medium sized orange-red skinned fruits are gorgeously juicy and sweet. Blossom has a good resistance to frost damage. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
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    Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including pot.

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    Peach Tree 'Darling'

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    Free stone variety with a rich flavoured white flesh. Peach Leaf Curl Resistant. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
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    Peach Tree 'Jalousia'

    Peach Tree 'Jalousia'

    A delicious flat peach with sweet, and very juicy, white flesh and a small stone. Also known as honey peaches. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
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    Peach Tree 'Red Haven'

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    Produces firm, pale yellow fleshed fruits early in the Season. A reliable cropper. Self Fertile. Leaf Curl Resistant. St Julien A rootstock.
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    Pear Tree 'Brandy'

    Pear Tree 'Brandy'

    Perry / Cider Pear. Ruddy brown fruits are small and hard - certainly not for eating but perfect for making cider and perry. Compact in habit. Self Sterile. Quince A rootstock.
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    Pear Tree 'Clapp's Favourite'

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    Eating / Cooking Pear. Produces heavy crops of yellow-green fruits early in the Season. Self Sterile. Quince A rootstock.
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    Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including pot.

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    Pear Tree 'Concorde'

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    Eating Pear. Yellow green fruits, sometimes blushed red, have sweet and juicy soft flesh. Reliable and heavy cropping. Self Fertile. Quince A rootstock.
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    Pear Tree 'Conference'

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    Eating Pear. The most popular UK Pear. Reliable cropper of long, narrow, yellow-green fruits. Self Fertile. Quince A rootstock.
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    Pear Tree 'Doyenné du Comice'

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    Eating Pear. Heavy cropping, producing greenish yellow fruits with a meltingly juicy flesh. Self Sterile. Quince A rootstock.
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    Pear Tree 'Williams Bon Chrétien'

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    Eating / Cooking Pear. Produces heavy crops of large golden yellow fruits early in the Season. Self Fertile. Quince A rootstock.
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    Plum Tree 'Czar'

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    Eating / Cooking Plum. Dark blue fruits can be picked early for cooking or allowed to sweeten on the tree. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
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    Walnut Tree 'Broadview'

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    A compact and hardy variety that is rarely damaged by frost. Relatively fast into production - usually within three years. Apomictic (Self Fertile).
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    Almond 'Tree Robijn'

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    Beautiful pinky-white flowers are followed by a heavy crop of soft shelled nuts with a gorgeously sweet flavour. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Apple Tree 'Discovery'

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    Eating Apple. One of the best early apples there is - and best eaten straight from the tree. Self Sterile. M26 rootstock.
    Available from approximately November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Apricot Tree 'Hungarian Best'

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    Golden-orange fruits, blushed with red, have a dark red, sweet and juicy flesh. Perfect for eating fresh or in preserves. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3-4 feet (90-120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Asian Pear Tree 'Nijisseiki'

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    Medium sized, round, yellow fruit are said to be the most flavoursome of all Asian Pears. Fresh, juicy and pleasantly sharp. Partially Self Fertile. Pyrus betulifolia rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3-4 feet (90-120 cm) tall including roots.

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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 November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3-4 feet (90-120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Cherry Tree 'Stella'

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    Eating Cherry. A self fertile variety producing large dark fruits with an excellent sweet flavour. Mid to late season fruiting. Self Fertile. Colt rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3-4 feet (90-120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Cherry Tree 'Sunburst'

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    Eating Cherry. A late season eating cherry which produces large almost black fruits. Self Fertile. Colt rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Cherry Tree 'Sweetheart'

    Cherry Tree 'Sweetheart'

    Eating Cherry. Bright red fruits have a lovely sweet flavour. Very late fruiting, the fruits ripen over several weeks rather than all at once. Self Fertile. Colt rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3-4 feet (90-120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Damson Tree 'Farleigh'

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    Very heavy and reliable cropping variety, producing blue-black fruits perfect for eating, cooking and preserving. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
    Available from approximately November 2018
    Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including pot.

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    Exotic Fruits For Outdoors

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    A three tree collection consisting of a Peach, a Nectarine and an Apricot - perfect for bringing the 'exotic' to the garden. All Self Fertile.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root trees pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Fig Tree 'Brown Turkey'

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    Easy and reliable. Gorgeously sweet purple brown figs have dark red flesh. Hardy and very reliable. Self Fertile.
    Available from approximately late November / early December 2018
    Supplied as a pot grown tree approximately 2 - 3 feet (60 - 90 cm) tall including pot.

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    Filbert Tree 'Kentish Cob'

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    The traditional Kentish Cobnut - is actually a Filbert! Large flattened nuts are produced in profusion. Vigorous in habit and heavy cropping.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 2 - 3 feet (60 - 90 cm) tall including roots.

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    Fruit Tree Favourites

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    A classic collection - 'James Grieve' Apple, 'Conference' Pear and 'Victoria' Plum. All Self Fertile and all on dwarfing rootstocks.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as bare root trees pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Greengage Tree 'Reine-Claude de Vars'

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    Greenish yellow flesh with a firm but juicy flavour. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including pot.

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    Lazy Foragers Collection

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    Can't be bothered to go out foraging? A collection of 6 different fruit and nut plants that are traditionally foraged for that you can grow in the comfort of your own garden!
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as containerised plants of various sizes as appropriate.

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    Medlar Tree 'Nottingham'

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    A hugely underrated variety of fruit that has a sublime apple-pear sauce flavour and texture. Self Fertile. Quince A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Nectarine Tree 'Lord Napier'

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    Thin skinned, burgundy-red fruits have sweet and very juicy white flesh. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3-4 feet (90-120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Nuts For Nutters!

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    An amazing collection and something different. Consists of one Cobnut, one Filbert, one Sweet Chestnut, one Walnut and one Almond. Great for all nut lovers!
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as bare root trees pruned to approximately 4 - 5 feet (1.2 - 1.5 metres) tall including roots.

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    Plum Tree 'Jefferson'

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    Eating Plum. Large pale yellow-green fruits are ripe late August, and full of sweet juice. Self Sterile. St Julien A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3-4 feet (90-120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Plum Tree 'Stanley'

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    Eating Plum. Firm fruits have deep violet-blue skins and orange-yellow sweet and juicy flesh. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3-4 feet (90-120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Plum Tree 'Victoria'

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    Eating Plum. The Nation's favourite! Reliable and heavy cropping. Purple red fruits are sweet and juicy. Self Fertile. St Julien A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Quince Tree 'Champion'

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    Reliable variety with better resilience to wetter soils. Large rounded fruits with a good aroma and flavour. Self Fertile. Quince A rootstock.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    Sweet Chestnut Tree 'Marron De Lyon'

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    Produces large kernels from approximately its third year of planting. Can be maintained at approximately 12 feet (4 metres) tall. Self Fertile.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    The Jam & Jelly Collection

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    Perfect for the jam and jelly maker. Consists of one Crab Apple 'John Downie', one Damson 'Farleigh' and one Quince 'Champion'.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as bare root trees pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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    White Mulberry Tree

    White Mulberry Tree

    The favourite food source for silk moths. Purplish-black, fruits are sweet and juicy with a slightly sharp finish. Self Fertile.
    Available from approximately mid November 2018
    Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including pot.

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    Apple Tree 'Annie Elizabeth'


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    Apple Tree 'Ashmead's Kernel'


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    Apple Tree 'Blenheim Orange'


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    Apple Tree 'Bramley's Seedling'


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    Apple Tree 'Howgate Wonder'


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    Apple Tree 'James Grieve'


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    Apple Tree 'Lucombe's Pine'

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    Apple Tree 'Winter Banana'


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    Asian Pear Tree 'Hosui'


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    Asian Pear Tree 'Shinko'


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    Cherry Tree 'Early Rivers'


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    Cherry Tree 'Napoleon'


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    Crab Apple Tree 'Butterball'


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    Crab Apple Tree 'John Downie'


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    Crab Apple Tree 'Red Sentinel'


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    Goldengage Tree 'Oullin's Gage'


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    Peach Tree 'Jalousia'

    Peach Tree 'Jalousia'


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    Peach Tree 'Red Haven'


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    Pear Tree 'Brandy'

    Pear Tree 'Brandy'


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    Pear Tree 'Clapp's Favourite'


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    Pear Tree 'Concorde'


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    Pear Tree 'Doyenné du Comice'


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    Almond 'Tree Robijn'


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    Apple Tree 'Discovery'


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    Apricot Tree 'Hungarian Best'


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    Image of Pear Asian Nijisseiki

    Asian Pear Tree 'Nijisseiki'


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Image of Cherry Morello

    Cherry Tree 'Morello'


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Image of  Cherry Stella

    Cherry Tree 'Stella'


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Image of Cherry Sunburst

    Cherry Tree 'Sunburst'


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Cherry Tree 'Sweetheart'

    Cherry Tree 'Sweetheart'


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Image of Damson Farleigh Prolific

    Damson Tree 'Farleigh'


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    Image of Exotic Fruits

    Exotic Fruits For Outdoors


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    Image of  Fig Brown Turkey

    Fig Tree 'Brown Turkey'


    From £16.95 to £17.95
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    Image of Filbert Kentish Cob

    Filbert Tree 'Kentish Cob'


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    Image of Fruit Tree Favourites

    Fruit Tree Favourites


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    Image of Elderberry and Bramble growing wild

    Lazy Foragers Collection


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Image of Medlar Nottingham

    Medlar Tree 'Nottingham'


    From £19.50 to £21.50
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    Image of Nectarine Lord Napier

    Nectarine Tree 'Lord Napier'


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    sq nuts for nutters

    Nuts For Nutters!


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Image of Plum Jefferson

    Plum Tree 'Jefferson'


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Image of  Plum Stanley

    Plum Tree 'Stanley'


    From £18.00 to £19.95
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    Image of Plum Victoria

    Plum Tree 'Victoria'


    From £20.50 to £21.50
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    Image of Quince Champion

    Quince Tree 'Champion'


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    Image of sweet chestnut

    Sweet Chestnut Tree 'Marron De Lyon'


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    Image of Jam Jelly Collection

    The Jam & Jelly Collection


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    White Mulberry Tree

    White Mulberry Tree