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Self Fertile Fruit Trees

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Plum Black Amber (Mini Fruit Tree)

…rootstock, reaches just 1.5m (59) tall - just perfect for 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…  More Info

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Apple Appletini

…plentiful crop of tiny, golf-ball sized apples. The fruits have purple skins that ripen to glossy, rosy red with a lovely sweet flavour. These bite-sized fruits have plenty of appeal for kids? lunch boxes and make excellent toffee apples too. Fruits can be…  More Info

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Cherry 'Stella'

Self fertile and easy to grow; Stella remains the most popular dessert cherry. White cherry blossom appear in spring followed by an abundant crop of large, dark-red, sweet fruit in late July. Initially growing with an upright habit, it will gradually spread as it…  More Info

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Just£36.09

Fruit Tree Orchard Collection

…and these sweet juicy pears are ready for eating from October to November. Self fertile. Height: 3m (9').* Plum Victoria - Delicious eaten fresh straight from the tree but also recommended for freezing, jam-making and desserts. Height when mature: 3m (9').…  More Info

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Just£61.79

Fruit Tree Duo

…fresh homegrown fruit straight from your own tree? This Fruit Tree Duo comprises two bare root plants, one of each of the following varieties:* Pear ‘Conference’ (Quince A rootstock) – the most popular of all pear varieties, producing…  More Info

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Cherry 'Morello'

…of up to 4m (13')* Colt - Semi vigorous reaching a mature height of 5m (16') 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   More Info

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Just£25.79

Fig 'Brown Turkey'

Fig 'Brown Turkey' is self fertile and can be grown very successfully outdoors, being fully hardy and specially selected for the UK climate. This popular fig tree produces large crops of sweet, juicy fruits with a deep red flesh under the brown skins, developing…  More Info

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Just£23.69

Plum Victoria Patio Collection

A classic, self fertile variety of plum producing heavy crops of delicious fruit in August and September. Victoria plums are delicious eaten straight from the tree, but also are excellent for freezing, jam-making and desserts  More Info

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Lemon 'Eureka'

…for up to two weeks. Lemon trees are reasonably hardy and capable of withstanding brief periods below 0C. However, we advise planting in large containers so they can be moved indoors to a bright and frost free position from Autumn through to Spring. Self fertile,<…  More Info

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Just£51.49

Plum 'Victoria'

…classic, self fertile variety of plum producing heavy crops of delicious fruit in August and September. Victoria plums are delicious eaten straight from the tree, but also are excellent for freezing, jam-making and desserts. 1.2m high root wrap tree<…  More Info

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Fig (Ficus) Brown Turkey Standard

…outdoors. This popular self fertile fig tree produces large crops of sweet, juicy figs with a deep red flesh under their brown skins. Fruits develop in spring and ripen from August to September. A second crop often develops in late summer and if…  More Info

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Orange 'Bigaradier'

…picked, oranges will keep for up to 2 weeks. Orange trees are capable of surviving brief periods below 0C, but are best grown in large containers and moved indoors to a bright frost free position from autumn to spring. This tree is self fertile and will…  More Info

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Apple 'Discovery'

…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. Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years. Estimated time to best yields: 5 years. Useful links: How to grow fruit trees  More Info

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Lime 'Caviar Lime'

…be eaten straight off the tree or used to make pickles, marmalades, desserts and as an unusual addition to drinks. Citrus australasica is self-fertile and should be grown in the same way as other citrus fruits. Height: 300cm (10 feet). Spread: 250cm (8 feet). Citrus …  More Info

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Just£41.19