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Prunus 'Pandora'

An RHS award-winning flowering cherry, Prunus ‘Pandora’ is a rewarding small tree offering multiple seasons of interest throughout the year. ‘Pandora’ forms an elegant columnar to vase-shaped tree. In early spring, bare, ascending branches carry masses of dark pink buds that…  More Info

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Prunus 'Umineko'

Simple, but stunningly beautiful, the pure white blossom of Prunus 'Umineko' is a spectacular sight against a blue spring sky. Ascending branches form a compact crown and this columnar habit makes ‘Umineko' a good choice for tighter spaces and avenue planting. In mid to late April, 'Umineko'…  More Info

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Prunus nipponica 'Brilliant'

The Japanese Alpine Cherry is a deciduous shrub or small tree that is covered in very pale pink, almost white flowers in spring. Prunus nipponica 'Brilliant' is very hardy and makes an excellent specimen plant in for small to medium gardens, its leaves emerge a rusty brown colour and slowly change…  More Info

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Cherry Duo Family Tree

Imagine growing two different varieties of cherry on one tree! Grafted onto a colt rootstock, Cherry Duo Family Tree is perfect for small gardens. Two varieties are grafted onto one stem to create the perfect partnership which will pollinate each other to produce good crop yields. Duo Cherry…  More Info

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Plum Duo Family Tree

A pair of delicious plum varieties grafted onto one plum tree! Plum Duo Family Tree is the perfect option for maximising space. It has been carefully grafted with two reliable, dual-purpose varieties selected for their suitability for the UK climate and their excellent flavour. Additional interest…  More Info

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Cherry 'Wonder Tree Sunburst' (Patio Cherry)

…thumb and forefinger in the spring and the tree will remain in shape. The Wonder Tree range of fruit trees includes the very best fruit tree varieties, carefully selected for their flavour, disease resistance, hardiness and ease of cultivation. ?Wonder Tree Sunburst? is an exceptional variety. The…  More Info

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Plum 'Wonder Tree Opal' (Patio Plum)

…?Wonder Tree Opal? requires little maintenance, remaining compact throughout its life so almost no pruning is required! Simply pinch the tips of the newly grown shoots several times with your thumb and forefinger in the spring and the tree will remain in shape. The Wonder Tree range of fruit trees  More Info

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Plum 'Wonder Tree Victoria' (Patio Plum)

…?Wonder Tree Opal? requires little maintenance, remaining compact throughout its life so almost no pruning is required! Simply pinch the tips of the newly grown shoots several times with your thumb and forefinger in the spring and the tree will remain in shape. The Wonder Tree range of fruit trees  More Info

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Almond (Prunus) 'Ingrid'

A beautiful ornamental tree as well as a productive one, almond 'Ingrid' is the most reliable cropper in the UK, producing pale green velvety fruits containing high-quality nuts with a delightful flavour. This self-fertile variety produces stunning pale pink blossom in March and April, adding superb…  More Info

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Cherry 'Sylvia' (Mini Fruit Tree)

Delicate spring cherry blossom followed by a mass of delicious fruit in July! Specially bred dwarf variety, producing a mass of juicy cherries on stems reaching only 1m (3' 3) tall; just perfect for the patio! Supplied pot grown, 30-40cm (12-16) in height. Ceramic pot not supplied. Useful links: How…  More Info

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Plum Black Amber (Mini Fruit Tree)

…the patio! Delicate, pink-flushed spring flowers are replaced by rounded, blue-black fruits which can be harvested in late summer and autumn. Prunus Black Amber, produces deliciously juicy, thick skinned plums with a complex, sweet flavour. Although partially self-fertile this variety will produce…  More Info

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Gage 'Reine Claude Doree'

…4.5m (14') This variety is not self-fertile so ensure there is a neighbouring tree close by that can act as a suitable pollinator. Flowering group 3. Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years. Estimated time to best yields: 4 years. Useful links: How to grow fruit trees Fruit rootstock guide  More Info

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Apricot 'Flavorcot'®

…also frost resistant so you will always get a crop. This variety is ideal for cooking, as well as being sweet and juicy when eaten fresh from the tree in August. * Peach, Nectarine, and Apricot rootstocks:* Peach Seedling - dwarf reaching a mature height of up to 2.5m (8')* Mont Clare - Semi dwarf…  More Info

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Peach 'Avalon Pride''

…St. Julien - Semi vigorous reaching a mature height of up to 4.5m (14') This variety is self-fertile and does not require a pollination partner. Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years. Estimated time to best yields: 4 years. Useful links: How to grow fruit trees Fruit rootstock guide  More Info

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Nectarine 'Madame Blanchette'

…(14')* Myrobalan - Semi vigorous reaching a mature height of up to 5m (17') This variety is self-fertile and does not require a pollination partner. Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years. Estimated time to best yields: 4 years. Useful links: How to grow fruit trees Fruit rootstock guide  More Info

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Peach 'Ice Peach' (Dwarf Patio Peach)

…is sweet, aromatic and juicy. An additional feature is provided by pink blossom in spring, making Peach ‘Ice Peach’ a stunning ornamental tree as well. Self fertile. Height and spread: 1.5m (4.9ft). Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years. Estimated time to best yields: 4 years.  More Info

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Gage 'Oullins Gage' (Organic)

…pies when picked early or allow them to ripen during August when they will become sweet and juicy – perfect for eating straight from the tree.* Pollination Group: 2 - Partly self-fertile but fruits better with a pollination partner. A good pollinator of other varieties. * Rootstock: St Julien…  More Info

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Gage 'Dennistons Superb'

This RHS award winner is the most reliable cropping gage ? so reliable that it?s often referred to as a plum. 'Dennistons Superb' is also the gage most suited to more northerly gardens. From the middle of August it produces large, juicy, sweet fruit with transparent flesh and a typically fragrant…  More Info

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Plum 'Gypsy' (Mirabelle)

Plum 'Gypsy' is a reliable modern cultivar originating from the Ukraine. It produces heavy crops of dark red cherry plums with rich, juicy and notably sweet orange flesh. One of the best for eating fresh but suitable for cooking too. The dazzling, white spring blossom is an additional bonus.*…  More Info

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Plum 'Victoria'

…the tree, but also are excellent for freezing, jam-making and desserts. 1.2m high root wrap tree supplied that should produce a few fruit within 2 years and start cropping in just 3 years. Height when mature: 3m (9'). Rootstock: St Julien or Ferlinan. 1 x 24cm Potted Plant (Low Stem) - trees will…  More Info

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Peach 'Honey Red'

…garden borders. Self-fertile, it doesn’t require a pollination partner. This slow-growing tree needs only minimal pruning – simply pinch out the new shoot tips in spring to keep the tree small and bushy. Sweet and aromatic, orangey-red fruits are ready for harvesting in August/September.…  More Info

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Cherry 'Sunburst'

…sweet fruit in late July. Self fertile and easy to grow; Sunburst is a popular dessert cherry. Initially growing with an upright habit, it will gradually spread as it matures. Height: 4m if left unpruned but can easily be maintained to just 275cm (9'). Useful links: How to plant trees and shrubs  More Info

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Peach 'Red Peachy'

Peach ‘Red Peachy’ is a dwarf peach that makes a charming ornamental tree as well as bearing edible fruits. In April, it bears a profusion of showy red blossom held in dense clusters that not only delivers spring impact but offers a banquet to hungry pollinators emerging from winter…  More Info

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Peach 'Pink Peachy'

Peach ‘Pink Peachy’ is a dwarf peach that makes a charming ornamental tree as well as bearing edible fruits. In April, it bears a profusion of pink blossom held in dense clusters that not only delivers spring impact but offers a banquet to hungry pollinators emerging from winter…  More Info

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Peach 'Yellow Peach'

Peach ‘Yellow Peach’ is a dwarf peach that makes a charming ornamental tree as well as bearing edible fruits. In April, it bears a profusion of showy pink blossom held in dense clusters that not only delivers spring impact but offers a banquet to hungry pollinators emerging from winter…  More Info

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Gage 'Old Green Gage'

…in August and are best enjoyed straight from the tree. This semi-dwarf variety is partially self-fertile. For the heaviest crops it is best grown with another variety. If you only have room for one tree then make sure that a neighbour has a tree close by that can act as a suitable pollinator. Mature…  More Info

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Cherry 'Stella'

…appear in spring followed by an abundant crop of large, dark-red, sweet fruit in late July. You can expect upwards of 5kg (11lbs) of cherries per tree, saving you money compared to paying supermarket prices. Initially growing with an upright habit, it will gradually spread as it matures.* Cherry…  More Info

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Cherry 'Morello'

Cherry ?Morello? is the best known of the cooking cherries, with very juicy dark red fruits for making pies, jams, wine or cherry brandy. The fruits are sharply acidic when fresh, but cook to a deep, rich cherry flavour. This sour cherry is particularly hardy and grows well in northern parts of the…  More Info

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Fuji Cherry 'Kojo No Mai'

…an RHS Award of Garden Merit, grown for its stunning early spring display of white flowers with hints of pink. Unlike many ornamental cherries, Prunus 'Kojo No Mai' is a compact, rounded shrub, ideal for small and low-maintenance gardens. Fuji Cherries are easy to grow and look fabulous either as…  More Info

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Patio Peach

Imagine enjoying a succulent, sun-warmed peach straight from your own patio tree! This Patio Peach is self-fertile so it doesn’t require a pollination partner. Patio Peach is perfect for container growing or planting in small gardens, delivering a flurry of single pink blossom in spring that…  More Info

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Blackthorn (Hedging)

Well known as a Sloe bush when seen growing in our natural hedgerows, this Blackthorn hedging makes a good, strong and reliable screen. Covered in white flowers in late spring, then turning to the black rounded berries in autumn. The foliage is dense and the branches are thorny, making it an…  More Info

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Prunus yedoensis

…floriferous of all flowering cherries, Prunus yedoensis puts on a spectacular spring show. This oriental beauty extends tiers of slender branches massed with voluminous clouds of white to pale pink flowers that sparkle in the spring sunshine. Popular as a street tree in Japan, it makes a stunning…  More Info

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Prunus maackii 'Amber Beauty'

…partner to the amber-coloured trunk. Prunus maackii ‘Amber Beauty’ forms a vigorous, rounded tree with a narrower crown than other varieties. It copes with all soils providing they are well drained. A rival to the more well-known Prunus serrula that arguably offers more multi-season…  More Info

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Prunus 'Taoflora Red'

A small ornamental peach tree that delivers intense colour to both the spring and autumn garden. In March/April, Prunus ‘Taoflora Red’ is smothered in deep red buds that open into double, fragrant, raspberry-red flowers that are unusually large, measuring up to 3.5cm across. In autumn,…  More Info

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Prunus mume 'Beni-Chidori'

One of the most popular of early spring flowering trees, well deserving of its RHS Award of Garden Merit. This Japanese ornamental apricot makes a gorgeous small tree, bursting into a flurry of blossom much earlier than Japanese cherries and remaining compact enough for small spaces and even large…  More Info

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Almond Princess

…its high-quality, sweet-tasting nuts. Clouds of blossom in early spring make this a beautiful specimen tree, whilst the nuts can be eaten straight from the tree or used in baking and desserts. Prunus dulcis 'Princess' has long, pointed leaves that have some resistance to leaf curl. It will thrive in…  More Info

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Cherry 'Bigarreau Napolean'

…to cropping once planted: 2 years. Estimated time to best yields: 4 years. This variety is not self-fertile. For the heaviest crops it is best grown with another variety. If you only have room for one tree then make sure that a neighbour has a tree close by that can act as a suitable pollinator.  More Info

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Almond 'Robijn'

…rootstock, Almond 'Robijn' remains neat and compact, forming a medium sized spreading tree that makes a lovely patio centrepiece. Although self fertile, pollination can be greatly improved if a second almond tree is planted close by. This variety is grafted onto a peach rootstock. It is recommended…  More Info

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Plum 'Jubilee'

…than Victoria, reliably producing heavy crops about a week earlier on trees with better resistance to pests and disease. The oval purple-red plums have extra sweet, firm yellow flesh and are delicious eaten fresh off the tree whilst being equally good for jams and desserts. All in all, a superb plum…  More Info

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Cherry 'Sylvia Column'

…(39in).* Self-fertile: But heaviest crops are achieved when grown with a pollination partner. If you only have room for one tree then make sure that a neighbour has a tree close by that can act as a suitable pollinator.* Pollination Group: F.* Harvest: Late July Estimated time to cropping once…  More Info

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Gage 'Early Transparent'

Gage ‘Early Transparent’ is a traditional variety dating from the 1870s. It is a reliably heavy-cropping and disease-resistant gage, and one of the easiest and most popular to grow. Large, pale yellow, semi-translucent fruits with a red bloom reveal golden yellow flesh with a rich,…  More Info

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Plum 'Yellow Pershore'

Also known as the ?Yellow Egg?, Plum 'Yellow Pershore' is an outstanding variety for preserves and desserts. Discovered in the early 19th century, this heritage plum produces heavy crops of large yellow fruits with juicy yellow flesh which has an excellent balance of sweet and sharp. For culinary…  More Info

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Gage 'Cambridge'

…a heritage gage whilst being self-fertile and a more reliable cropper, gage 'Cambridge' holds an RHS Award of Garden Merit. It forms a compact tree that shouldn?t need any pruning.* Pollination Group: D - Self-fertile (though maximum yield is achieved when planted with a pollinator such as…  More Info

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Wild Cherry (Hedging)

Wild Cherry is a great option for creating a hedge that offers seasonal interest. In spring the hedge becomes full of white blossom, followed by lush green foliage and red cherries in summer. In autumn the leaves change to shades of red and yellow. The hedging is suitable for the perimeters of large…  More Info

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Cherry 'Stella'

…crop of large, dark-red, sweet fruit in late July. Initially growing with an upright habit, it will gradually spread as it matures. Height: 4m if left unpruned but can easily be maintained to just 275cm (9'). Supplied as root-wrapped 1.2m high pruned tree. Useful links: How to plant trees and shrubs  More Info

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