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Catalogue of fruit trees for sale

  • Almond trees Prunus dulcis2 varieties
    Almond trees make an interesting and valuable addition to the home orchard.
  • Apple trees Malus domestica82 varieties
    We are apple tree specialists and can advise on all aspects of choosing and planting apple trees.
    • Early-season eating apples Malus domestica2 varieties
      Early-ripening apples are usually ready in August, and should be eaten quickly to enjoy their fresh flavours.
    • Late-season eating apples Malus domestica4 varieties
      Apple varieties that ripen late in the season, and are usually good for keeping as well as eating straight away.
    • Cooking apples Malus domestica5 varieties
      Cooking apples are usually large, easy to grow, and with the strong sharp flavours needed for culinary uses.
  • Apricot trees Prunus armeniaca6 varieties
    We are fruit tree specialists and can advise on all aspects of choosing and planting apricot trees.
  • Asian pear trees Pyrus pyrifolia3 varieties
    Asian pears or Nashi pears resemble apples, with a crisp light flesh and very sweet flavours.
  • Cherry plum trees Prunus cerasus4 varieties
    Cherry plums are related to plums and mirabelles, and can be used for tarts and preserves.
  • Cherry trees Prunus17 varieties
    Cherry trees are an excellent choice for the garden because they are at their best when eaten straight from the tree.
    • Sweet cherries Prunus avium16 varieties
      Sweet cherries are primarily used for eating fresh, straight from the tree.
    • Sour cherries Prunus cerasus1 varieties
      Sour cherries have a sharp acidic flavour which makes them ideal for cooking with.
  • Cider apple trees Malus domestica10 varieties
    We have a range of specialist cider apple trees and can advise on planting and growing them.
  • Crab-apple trees Malus14 varieties
    Crab apples produce a mass of spring blossom, followed by attractive ornamental fruits, many of which can also be used for cooking.
  • Damson trees Prunus insititia7 varieties
    Damsons are a great addition to the fruit garden or orchard. We sell several damson varieties, and can advise on choosing and growing damson trees.
  • Flowering cherries Prunus34 varieties
    Flowering cherries offer perhaps the most extravagant blossom of any tree species.
  • Inter-specific trees3 varieties
    Hybrid fruit varieties arising from crosses between fruits of different species.
  • Medlar trees Mespilus germanica3 varieties
    Medlars are unusual orchard fruits, primarily used for cooking. The blossom and trees also have ornamental appeal.
  • Mirabelle trees Prunus insititia3 varieties
    Mirabelles and Cherry Plums are both species of plum, mainly used in the kitchen. We can advise on all aspects of planting and growing them.
  • Nectarine trees Prunus persica1 varieties
    Nectarines are smooth-skinned peaches, and nectarine trees are grown in the same way although their requirements are slightly more demanding.
  • Peach trees Prunus persica2 varieties
    Peaches are a luxurious fruit originating in the Far East and now grown throughout warm temperate regions.
  • Pear trees Pyrus communis27 varieties
    We have an extensive range of pear trees and can advise on choosing the best pear trees for your garden or orchard project.
    • Dessert pears Pyrus communis24 varieties
      Dessert pears are used for eating fresh, and are amongst the sweetest and most luxurious of all temperate fruits.
    • Culinary pears Pyrus communis2 varieties
      Although many pears can be used for cooking, there are some that are particularly suited for culinary purposes.
  • Perry pear trees Pyrus communis6 varieties
    Pear cider or Perry is an increasingly popular drink, produced from traditional perry pear trees.
  • Plum trees Prunus domestica39 varieties
    One of the easiest fruits to grow, we love plum trees and can advise on all aspects of choosing and planting them.
    • Eating plums Prunus domestica21 varieties
      These are the best plums for eating fresh off the tree.
    • Dual-purpose plums Prunus domestica14 varieties
      These versatile plum varieties are good for eating fresh but equally good in the kitchen.
    • Plums for cooking Prunus domestica9 varieties
      Plum varieties which are primarily used for making preserves, tarts and crumbles.
  • Plums (Japanese) Prunus salicina1 varieties
  • Quince trees Cydonia oblonga8 varieties
    Quince are versatile fruits for use in the kitchen, and the leaves and blossom have ornamental value. We can help choose the best quince for your garden.