Here's some helpfull tips when Planting your Trees: Soak the roots before planting : Avoid planting if there's a frost : Place your tree in a sunny/sheltered position. Help the roots to stimulate and establish more quickly by mixing in some Rootmaster.

Aftercare: Protect your fruit tree from moths that will destroy the fruit and leaves - apply a Glue Band to the stake and trunk 2-3ft above the soil level. (A Glue Band is a sticky paper or glue that will stop wingless female moths being able to reach the branches of the tree to mate, from which its caterpillars will eat the leaves and fruit). Glue Bands should be applied late October and reapplied as necessary. Additionally, apply Fruit Tree Grease in December or January to kill off any overwintering pests. 

  • Almond

    A super, spring flowering, small tree. Lanceolate leaves with a long point. 2-5cm pink flowers singly or in pairs in March or April. Susceptible to peach leaf curl so spray with Dithane 945 when the leaves emerge.

  • Almond 1/2 Std

    A super, spring flowering, small tree. Lanceolate leaves with a long point. 2-5cm pink flowers singly or in pairs in March or April. Susceptible to peach leaf curl so spray with Dithane 945 when the leaves emerge.

  • Apple Beauty of Bath

    Orchard apple. An early season dessert apple with a rich aromatic flavour. Deciduous. Hardy. Red fruit make it one of the earliest best red varieties. Eat straight from the tree in late July.

  • Apple Bramley's Seedling

    Cooking Apple. Heavy crops of extra large juicy green apples with good flavour. Vigorous tree for small gardens. Mid season pollinating Group B triploid. Two other pollinators required.

  • Apple Bush Discovery

    Eating Apple. An early variety, firm flesh, keeps well, good disease resistance, good for a small garden. Great in the North. Reddish apples ready in August. Mid season pollinating.

  • Apple Bush Granny Smith

    A mid season dessert apple. Heavy cropping and reliable fruiting but it needs a sunny sheltered site. Juicy green apples.

  • Apple Cox's Orange Pippin

    Upright, spreading tree is covered in pure white, cup-shaped flowers in mid and late spring, followed by first class, juicy dessert apples for harvesting in early to mid-October. A moderately vigorous variety producing arguably the best British eating apple. Considered by some to be the finest tasting dessert apple of all, this is definitely a superb looking and extremely tasty apple.

  • Apple Cox's Orange Pippin 1/2 Std

    Upright, spreading tree is covered in pure white, cup-shaped flowers in mid and late spring, followed by first class, juicy dessert apples for harvesting in early to mid-October. A moderately vigorous variety producing arguably the best British eating apple. Considered by some to be the finest tasting dessert apple of all, this is definitely a superb looking and extremely tasty apple.

  • Apple Crispin 1/2 Std

    An upright to spreading, dessert apple tree with ovate, serrated, dull green leaves, white flowers in spring and heavy crops of large, sweet, oblong, red-flushed, yellow-green fruit ready for harvest in mid-autumn. Deciduous.

  • Apple Delcorf

    An upright to spreading, deciduous tree with ovate, toothed, grey-green leaves turning yellow or orange in autumn. Pale pink flowers in spring followed by edible, sweet, crisp, heavily red-flushed, yellow to yellow-green fruit ready for harvest in early autumn.

  • Apple Discovery 1/2 Std

    A mid-season dessert apple. Fine textured, juicy, fairly sweet with a pleasant flavour. Mid-season pollinating. Good keeping qualities and heavy cropping.

  • Apple Duo Golden Delicious / Elstar

    Golden Delicious: A dessert cultivar in pollination group 4 and a good pollinator for other apple trees. Fruit is greenish-yellow becoming yellow with age; honeyed and very sweet when well-ripened. Heavy regular crops are produced and fruit stores well; season of use in from November to February. Elstar: Small to medium-sized deciduous trees with showy flowers in spring and ornamental or edible fruit in autumn, some have good autumn foliage colour. Elstar is a dessert cultivar and produces heavy, regular crops of apples; greenish-yellow flushed red. An intense flavour, honeyed and crisp. Season of use from late October to December.

  • Apple Egremont Russet 1/2 Std

    A great russet with rough skin, crisp flesh, upright growth and lots of quite small fruit. Mid to early season pollinating. Frost tolerant blossom, super flavour.

  • Apple Ellison's Orange

    Eating apple. An easy apple to grow, scab and frost resistance are good. Very juicy fruit with a distinct flavour. Good in the north as it is a late pollinating tree. Pick mid September, use by November.

  • Apple Elstar

    Eating apple. A golden yellow apple overlaid with a rich red, intense flavour with sweetness of Golden Delicious often described as a honeyed flavour. Texture is the softer side of crunchy but still crisp. Heavy cropping, pollination group 3, pick in October, stores well.

  • Apple Falstaff

    Modern eating apple. A golden yellow apple overlaid with a rich red, intense flavour with the sweetness of Golden Delicious, often described as a honeyed flavour more reminiscent of its other parent James Grieve. Crunchy and juicy texture with pale flesh. Pollination Group 3.

  • Apple Gala

    Propagated apple cultivar from the 1920s, with a mild, sweet and sometimes slightly tart flavour. It is a popular apple for fresh eating, salads and cooking. It is semi-dwarf, meaning its height reaches about 12 to 15 feet at maturity.

  • Apple Galaxy

    Mid-season. Tree: medium vigour, upright and spreading, spurs freely. Bloom: mid-season. Good production levels. Cherry red colour blush with distinctive dark red stripes.

  • Apple George Cave 1/2 Std

    Dessert apple. Early variety. Soft and juicy flesh. Pick as soon as ripe. Early flowering season. Pollination Group A.

  • Apple Gloster 1/2 Std

    Conic shape, attractive fully red fruit with calyx end shoulder bumps. Larger, mostly 3" diameter. Good flavour, crisp flesh. Tarter flavour than Delicious. It is a good variety for attracting deer as the apples stay on the tree in winter.

  • Apple Golden Delicious

    Eating apple. Crisp, green apples in profusion. Likes a warm location. Medium sized frim fruit ready in October. Use by February. Partly self-fertile but better with a partner. Mid-late pollinating.

  • Apple Golden Delicious 1/2 Std

    Eating apple. Crisp, green apples in profusion. Likes a warm location. Medium sized frim fruit ready in October. Use by February. Partly self-fertile but better with a partner. Mid-late pollinating.

  • Apple Granny Smith

    Irresistible! Everyone loves the crisp bite of a Granny Smith and the tart flavours. Great dessert apple for sauces and pies one of the best apples out there. Self-fertile meaning needs no other pollinators. Ripens mid to late September / November onwards. For increased pollination plant with Golden Delicious.

  • Apple Granny Smith 1/2 Std

    Irresistible! Everyone loves the crisp bite of a Granny Smith and the tart flavours. Great dessert apple for sauces and pies one of the best apples out there. Self-fertile meaning needs no other pollinators. Ripens mid to late September / November onwards. For increased pollination plant with Golden Delicious.

  • Apple Greensleeves

    Orchard apple. A mid-season dessert apple with a crisp, juicy, mild refreshing flavour. Deciduous. Hardy.

  • Apple Grenadier 1/2 Std

    Compact, upright, deciduous tree with ovate, toothed, dark green leaves, white flowers in mid to late spring and crisp, ribbed, yellow-green cooking apples ready for harvest in late summer.

  • Apple Howgate Wonder 1/2 Std

    Cooking Apple. Large apple, green and red striped. Good in the North. Not as vigorous as Bramley. Excellent for juicing. Mid-late season flowering. Partially self-fertile. Pollination Group C.

  • Apple Idared 1/2 Std

    For picking in late October and will store well until May. The large fruits are yellow with a red flush and the flesh is white and juicy. The flavour is good and the fruits have the advantage that they are very suitable for cooking as well as dessert. Pollinated by Egremont Russet, Discovery, Cox, Greensleeves, James Grieve, Irish Peach, Redsleeves etc. A first class eating variety that is one of the easiest for long term storing. Has resistance to scab and is itself a good pollinator for other varieties.

  • Apple Jonathan 1/2 Std

    Sweet, juicy and refreshing. A highly coloured apple, the bright red flushes and stripes almost obliterate the soft yellow base colour. The pure white flesh is quite crisp for a red apple.

  • Apple Jongored

    A modern apple from America with Golden Delicious and Jonathan as its parents. Fruit quality is excellent - crisp, juicy and full of flavour. Red fruit ready to pick in mid October.

  • Apple Laxton's Superb Espalier

    A mid-season dessert, golden yellow flushed red apple with fine texture and very juicy, sweet flavour. Good frost resistance. Fruit stores well. Pick in early September, use up till October. Mid-season pollinating. Compact habit.

  • Apple Lord Lambourne 1/2 Std

    Eating apple. A highly recommended variety. Heavy cropping, compact growth, greenish-yellow flushed red fruit is sweet, juicy and aromatic. Early season pollinating. Pick in September.

  • Apple Newton Wonder 1/2 Std

    Cooking apple. Good in the north. Slightly sweeter than a Bramley. A vigorous tree that crops heavily. Red-green colour and stores well. Late pollination AGM.

  • Apple Patio Discovery

    Eating Apple. An early variety, firm flesh, keeps well, good disease resistance, good for a small garden. Great in the North. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group B.

  • Apple Patio Elstar

    Eating apple. A golden yellow apple overlaid with a rich red, intense flavour with the sweetness of Golden Delicious often described as a honeyed flavour. Texture is the softer side of crunchy but still crisp. Heavy cropping, pollination group 3, pick in October, stores well.

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