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** Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022 Bank Holiday - Mail Order Deliveries **

Due to the first week in June being a 3 day working week we are planning to suspend dispatching plants during that week. We will do our best to get any existing orders sent this coming week (commencing 23rd MAY).  Orders received after 20th May could be subject to delay as our courier is expecting the following week (commencing 6th June) to be very busy.

If your order is urgent please let us know and we will see what we can do.

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Bare root fruit trees

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Malus (Apple) 'Spartan'£30.00

Eating Apple 'Spartan'

A popular variety with juicy fruit with sweet crisp white flesh, with reliable crops ready in October - November. Half standard.

Malus (Apple) domestica 'Cox's Self Fertile'

Malus (Apple) domestica 'Cox's Self Fertile'£30.00

Apple 'Self Fertile Cox'

Dessert (eating) Apple. A form of the popular variety, with superior quality fruit with a sweet flavour, ripens in October and keeps into January.

Bush Form.


Malus x robusta 'Red Sentinel'

Malus x robusta 'Red Sentinel'£35.00

Crab Apple

A medium size tree, useful for its blossom, which will pollinate other apples and attracts bees. The attractive cherry-sized deep red fruit can persist into the winter for birds to enjoy, but you can pick some to make into delicious jellies and jams. Also acts as a pollinator for any early flowering Apple. Half-standard.


Prunus (Plum) domestica 'Victoria'

Prunus (Plum) domestica 'Victoria'£30.00

Plum 'Victoria' (dessert/cooking)

Deservedly popular self-fertile variety. Masses of sweet fruit for cooking or eating fresh ripening August-September. Half-standard.


Prunus domestica 'Cambridge Gage'

Prunus domestica 'Cambridge Gage'£30.00

Cambridge Gage

Regular crops of very sweet fruit in late summer, ideal for either eating fresh or cooking



Prunus insititia 'Merryweather Damson'£30.00

Merryweather Damson

Heavy crops of dark fruit, large for a Damson, can be eaten raw but mostly used for cooking. Self-fertile, but crops improved with a nearby pollinator

Pyrus (Pear) communis 'Conference'

Pyrus (Pear) communis 'Conference'£30.00

Conference Pear

A popular eating Pear, producing a good crop on its own, but better if a group 3 or 4 tree is nearby. Long fruit can be eaten slightly under ripe, but have a very sweet juicy flovour when ripe. Stores well in a fridge. Can also be cooked. Half-standard.



Pyrus communis 'Doyenné du Comice'£30.00

Pear 'Doyenné du Comice'

Dessert Pear with very sweet flavour. Moderat crops of excellent quality fruit, from November to December.

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