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I have just tried growing your Victorian colossal pea, with fantastic results. We have a small garden and my wife found these thinking we would get more for the same space as the 'normal' peas. Problem is they are so heavily laden with pods they are tearing from the support frame and I have had to tie them up with soft string. A problem that is very welcome. I have just sown more in the greenhouse to plant out for a later crop. I have also tried your coloured carrots but too soon to try, but I will be ordering more seeds and greater variety in the future. Best wishes
Jeff Norris, Ashington, Northunberland

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I have just tried growing your Victorian colossal pea, with fantastic results. We have a small garden and my wife found these thinking we would get more for the same space as the 'normal' peas. Problem is they are so heavily laden with pods they are tearing from the support frame and I have had to tie them up with soft string. A problem that is very welcome. I have just sown more in the greenhouse to plant out for a later crop. I have also tried your coloured carrots but too soon to try, but I will be ordering more seeds and greater variety in the future. Best wishes
Jeff Norris, Ashington, Northunberland

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Quince Trees

The aromatic, high-pectin, pear-like fruits of the quince tree are perhaps better known for their use in fantastic jellies, jams and even wines - but they can also be steamed, stewed, roasted and cooked in the same fashion as their pear relatives, making the quince a versatile and attractive addition to any kitchen garden.

Our quince trees can be grown as trees or pruned as quince bushes, and are supplied as bare root trees in the dormant season. In summer we are usually able to provide our quince trees for sale in pots.


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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 July 2020
Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3-4ft (90-120cm) tall including pot.

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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 late November / early December 2020
Supplied as bare root trees pruned to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including roots.

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Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265