Fruit & Soft Fruit

 
    Malus Domestica Jonagold
    Malus Domestica Jonagold is a dessert cultivar in pollination group 3, and a triploid. The large fruit is attractive with red flush and stripes over gold with crisp, honeyed taste. A vigorous cultivar, it has heavy, regular crops that store well and can be used from November through to January/February. It can be poorly coloured, [ Read More...]


    Malus Domestica James Grieve
    Malus Domestica James Grieve is a culinary or dessert cultivar in pollination group 3. Suitable for cooler rainfall areas. Good, regular crops of apples, yellow-green speckled and striped orange-red, but can easily bruise. Savoury, crisp to melting flesh; when cooked keeps shape, with juicy, delicate flavour. Season of use is from September to October, and [ Read More...]


    Malus Domestica Katy Apple
    Malus Domestica Katy Apple is a vigorous, edible apple tree with white flowers in spring and juicy, sweet, bright red apples ready to harvest from early Autumn. Plant in moderately fertile, moist, free-draining soil in full sun, although it will tolerate partial shade. Keep a clear area around the trunk of at least 60cm radius. [ Read More...]


    Malus Domestica Coxs Orange Pippin Apple
    Malus Domestica Coxs Orange Pippin Apple is regarded to be the finest tasting dessert apple, the rich aromatic flavour and crisp, juicy texture set this apple apart from other varieties. Apple ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’ produces medium sized, orange-red fruits with thin skins. Although not considered to be the easiest variety to grow, it is well [ Read More...]


    Malus Domestica Laxtons Superb Apple
    Malus Domestica Laxtons Superb Apple is a vigorous, spreading tree, an old favourite and similar to Cox but with larger fruit. Bearing yellow skinned apples with a red flush and patches of russet every other year. Frost resistant, preferring a slightly shaded position in moist, well-drained soil. Ultimate height: 4 metres. Ultimate spread: 4 metres.


    Malus Domestica Bramleys Seedling Apple
    Malus Domestica Bramleys Seedling Apple is a culinary apple that is vigorous and partially tip bearing. It can grow to 2.5-8m in height and width, depending on the rootstock. Pale pink flowers are followed by fruit that can be used from November to February. Best suited to growing as a bush or spindlebush on dwarfing [ Read More...]


    Malus Domestica Spartan Apple
    Malus Domestica Spartan Apple is an upright, spreading apple tree with pink flowers in spring and crisp, sweet edible crimson fruit suitable for desserts in early autumn. Thin blossoms or fruit to encourage larger apples. Regular pruning is advised. Plant in moderately fertile, moist, free-draining soil. Backfill with with soil mixed with peat and a suitable [ Read More...]


    Pyrus Communis Beurre Hardy Pear
    Pyrus Communis Beurre Hardy Pear is an outstanding eating pear. They have a fragrant, faintly rosy scent and a world class taste. The soft flesh is delicate and melting, full of juice. The trees are upright, resistant to scab and have hardy flowers that cope with late spring frosts. Harvest October. To make fruit, all [ Read More...]


    Pyrus Communis Conference Pear
    Pyrus Communis Conference Pear is a dessert pear, 2.5-8m tall depending upon the rootstock. Flowers white, fruit green. Suitable for all training forms as shown in the photograph... Flowers early and so at risk from spring frosts. Needs another cultivar for pollination. Keep a weed free area of 60cm radius around the trunk. Thin fruits [ Read More...]


    Prunus Domestica Victoria Plum
    Prunus Domestica Victoria Plum is a reliably fruiting, self-fertile dessert and culinary plum to 2.5-4m in height depending upon the rootstock. Flowers white, dark red fruit in August-September. Self fertile. Suitable for all training forms. Keep a weed-free area of at least 60cm radius around trunk. Thin fruits if necessary. Irrigate in dry periods. Flowers [ Read More...]


    Prunus Domestica Opal Plum
    Prunus Domestica Opal Plum is a reliably fruiting, dessert gage to 2.5-4m in height depending upon the rootstock. Flowers white in early spring, green fruits in early August. Self fertile. Suitable for all training forms. Keep a weed-free area of at least 60cm radius around trunk. Thin fruits if necessary. Irrigate in dry periods. Flowers [ Read More...]


    Prunus Avium Stella Cherry
    Prunus Avium Stella is a black cherry with large, rich, high quality fruits. Heavy, regular crops; self-fertile, but the fruit is prone to splitting in wet weather. Cropping season: late July. Grow in moderately fertile soil in full sun. Cherries are best suited to fan-training so they can be netted against bird damage and protected [ Read More...]