Fruit Trees for sale

Quince 'Vranja'

Cherry 'Morello'

Fruit Trees - Popular Varieties

Pear, Medlar, Quince, Peach, Apricot, Cherry, Plum, Gage & Damson

  On Quince 'A' and Pyrus Rootstock                  Price 1yr tree 15.00  2yr Bush 19.00   2yr Half Standard 24.00   AGM means this variety has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Click on the images to enlarge

Pear BLACK WORCESTER

Famous local cooking pear variety. Featured on the Worcester coat of arms. A very handsome tree.
Image 'Black Worcester'  17th Oct. Right 24th April.

Pear BUERRE HARDY

Distinctive flavour and juicy. Bright red leaves in the Autumn. Use in October. Image 'Buerre Hardy' Pear 12th October. AGM. 

Pear CHOJURO

An Asian pear tree grafted onto pear seedling. The fruit is flat in shape with a high sugar content. Pollinated by 'Williams' or 'Sensation' pear. Image 'Chojuro' Asian Pear. Right 27th April

Pear CONCORDE

Conference x Comice. A popular variety with a compact habit, ideal for very small gardens. Use November to December. Image 'Concorde' Pear 25th Aug. Right 27th April. AGM.

Pear CONFERENCE

Partly self fertile. Conference remains the number one pear choice and needs little introduction. Use October to November. Image 'Conference' 18th August. AGM.

Pear DOYENNE DU COMICE

The 'Queen of Pears'. Best taste with a very fine texture. Use November to December. Image 'Doyenne du Comice' Pear 15th October. AGM.

Pear HOLME LACY

A historic local variety. A perry pear with local Herefordshire interest. Image 'Holme Lacy' Perry Pear 15th September.

Pear ONWARD

A new variety with an excellent flavour. It has 'Doyenne du Comice' as a parent but has an earlier season. Use late September to early October. Image 'Onward' Pear 14th September. AGM.

Pear SENSATION

A beautiful red leaved form of Williams with a red flushed fruit. Ornamental too. Use in September. Image 'Sensation' Pear ripening 31st August.

Pear WILLIAMS BON CHRETIEN

A hardy old English pear variety. Very fine taste. Easy to crop. Use in September. Image 'Williams bon Chretien' Pear 25th August. AGM.
When you have decided what you would like, click on the 'order trees' link. This will take you to the Order Form page. It's an important decision I feel it's nice to browse without rushing your trees straight to a shopping cart!

                                                                                on Crataegus Rootstock - Price 1yr tree 15.75  2yr Bush 19.00  2yr Half Standard 24.00

Medlar NOTTINGHAM

Bears its unusual fruits on both the ends of branches and on old spurs. Self Fertile. Pick in November add flavour to dishes after 'bletting'. Image left 'Nottingham' Medlar 27th December. Image right in flower 28th May.

 


on Quince 'A' Rootstock - Price 1yr tree 15.75   2yr Bush 19.00 2yr Half Standard 24.00

Quince PORTUGAL

High quality quince, early to ripen in late September. Fruit turns pink when cooked. Self Fertile. Quince produce a beautifully shaped tree. Image left 'Portugal' Quince 21st Oct. Image right 17th May

Quince VRANJA

Ornamental pink flowers followed by round, yellow fruits. Reliable cropping. Number one choice. Self Fertile. Pick in October and store till yellow. Image left 'Vranja' Quince 25th Sept. Image right 'Vranja' with beautiful soft pink flower 7th May 
 


on St. Julien 'A' Rootstock     Rootstock information   click here                     Price 1yr tree 17.00 2yr Bush 20.00 2yr Half Standard 27.00 - See  for all prices

Peach PEREGRINE

The best peach tree for outdoors. Juicy flesh with a good flavour and reliable. Large fruit and high yields. Self Fertile. Ready in early August. Images 'Peregrine' Peach on the tree... and tray! 31st July. AGM.
  

Apricot MOORPARK

The most popular apricot tree. Orange fruit flushed red. Ready in August. Very reliable cropping even in exposed situations. Self Fertile. Images 'Moorpark' Apricot 30th July and 'Moorpark' blossom 4th April. AGM.
When you have decided what you would like, click on the 'order trees' link. This will take you to the Order Form page. It's an important decision I feel it's nice to browse without rushing your trees straight to a shopping cart!
 


on Colt Rootstock     Rootstock information click here                                        Price 1yr tree 16.25   2yr Bush 19.50   2yr Half Standard 24.00

Cherry CHEROKEE aka LAPINS

A self fertile sweet (eating or dessert) cherry. The dark red/black fruits are  large and ready mid season in July. 'Van' crossed with 'Stella'. Image 'Cherokee' Cherry

Cherry COLNEY

Sweet (eating) dark cherry with large fruits. Very late. Needs a pollination partner like 'Stella' or 'Sunburst'. Compact habit. Image 'Colney' Cherry.

Cherry SUNBURST

Sweet (eating) cherry. Flowers in May missing late Spring frosts. From British Colombia. Sweet, dark red, self fertile. Pick early July. Image  'Sunburst' Cherry

Cherry SUMMER SUN

Sweet (eating) cherry. A new dark red self fertile cherry with particularly good frost resistance and compact habit. Late variety. Image 'Summer Sun' Cherry

Cherry STELLA

Self fertile sweet (eating) cherry. It crops well and regularly and is resistant to bacterial canker. Large dark red fruits in late July. Image 'Stella' Cherry. Image right 30th April.

Cherry MORELLO

Self fertile acid cherry. Fruit ready in July. Cooking variety but can be eaten from the tree when fully ripe. Image 'Morello' Cherry 14th July. Right 11th May.

Cherry NABELLA

Identical in habit to 'Morello' and with the same beautiful blossom. This strain is said to be a more prolific cropper though I am a little sceptical about this.

 


on St. Julien 'A' Rootstock  Rootstock information click here                        Price 1yr tree 16.25  2yr Bush 19.50  2yr Half Standard 24.00 

When you have decided what you would like, click on the 'order trees' link. This will take you to the Order Form page. It's an important decision I feel it's nice to browse without rushing your trees straight to a shopping cart!

Plum AVALON

This plum is ready in mid August. Has large red fruit and sweet juicy orange flesh. Very healthy and disease resistant. Image 'Avalon' Dessert Plum 18th August.

Gage CAMBRIDGE GAGE

Gages ready in early September. An improved strain of Old English Greengage, identical in appearance. Image 'Cambridge Gage' Gage 10th August. AGM.

Plum CZAR

Excellent cooking and eating plum. Good frost resistance. Ready in early August. Image 'Czar' Dual purpose Plum 18th August. AGM.

Gage DENNISTONS SUPERB

Plum like Gage with excellent reputation for reliability and hardiness. Self fertile. Transparent flesh, sweet taste. High yields and recommended for northern regions.

Plum EDWARDS

New culinary plum variety that can also be used as a dessert, for use after Victoria in September. Image 'Edwards' Cooking Plum10th August. AGM.

Plum EXCALIBUR

New large red plum variety. Similar to and pollinated by Victoria. Disease resistant. Excellent taste. Image 'Excalibur' Dessert Plum 10th August.

Damson FARLEIGH PROLIFIC

Masses of mediums sized damsons from Late August into September. Self Fertile and frost hardy. Image 'Farleigh Prolific' Damson 14th August.

Plum JASPER

Chance seedling of 'cherry' plum. Very dark resembling clusters of cherries. Seems very healthy and reliable. Sweet taste. Not available until winter 2010. Image 'Jasper' Plum 14th August.
When you have decided what you would like, click on the 'order trees' link. This will take you to the Order Form page. It's an important decision I feel it's nice to browse without rushing your trees straight to a shopping cart!

Damson MERRYWEATHER

It has the largest damsons and is one of the most popular for eating and cooking. Ready in late September. Image 'Merryweather' Damson 19th Aug. Right 20th March.

Plum MARJORIES SEEDLING

A late plum, ready in September when Victoria has finished. Purple fruits with yellow flesh. Prolific and disease resistant. Image 'Marjories Seedling' Dessert Plum 11th September. AGM.

Gage OLD ENGLISH GREENGAGE

Partly self fertile. The gages are ready in early September. A popular choice. Image 'Old English Greengage' Gage 19th August.

Gage OULLINS GOLDEN GAGE

Self fertile. Excellent flavour from this large gage like plum. Ready mid August. Image 'Oullins Golden Gage' Gage 15th August. Right 22nd April. AGM.

Damson SHROPSHIRE PRUNE

Known since the 17th century. Self fertile and compact, upright habit. Flesh is yellow, juicy, ready mid September. Image 'Shropshire Prune' Damson 22th August.

Plum VICTORIA

The number one choice. Self fertile. Dual purpose, reliable cropping keep this variety The best seller. Ready late August. Image 'Victoria' Dessert Plum 26th August. AGM.

Plum YELLOW PERSHORE

Extremely reliable. The one for yellow plum jam. Self fertile, frost resistant. Regular cropper. Image 'Yellow Pershore' Cooking Plum 1st August.

It's reported that just one plum, or a couple of damsons contain approx same amount of antioxidants (phenols) as a handful of blueberries. These antioxidants can slow or prevent production of 'free radicals' which can damage our bodies cells"