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The most commonly planted fruit trees are apple trees, but this doesn't mean you have to follow convention. Consider Blueberry Bluecrop, which produces an extremely nutritious fruit with a high vitamin content and antioxidant capacity. Alternatively, Gooseberry Invicta produces a reliable, abundant crop in late May, whilst redcurrant or whitecurrant bushes are other good choices. If you're growing fruit for the first time and decide to opt for a staple apple tree, consider an Apple Cox's Orange tree, which produces delicious dessert apples that are ready for picking in October.

Fruit trees are propagated onto rootstocks, which determine the vigour and eventual size of the tree. A fruit tree on a dwarf rootstock may grow to just 1.5 metres tall, making it ideal for smaller gardens, whilst the same variety grafted onto a more vigorous rootstock could grow to 6.5 metres - so check the eventual height and spread on the web pages for the plants you are interested in carefully.

Finally, to ensure good pollination and therefore a good crop, it is necessary to grow 2 or more different varieties from the same pollination group, so be sure to check and match up the pollination groups for the trees you buy (unless your selection is self-pollinating, in which case no other pollinator is required).




Apple - Malus domestica 'Bramley Seedling'

CODE: 1540

This deciduous fruit tree is a vigorous grower and bears an abundance of apples with firm pale yellow flesh. Pale pink flowers are followed by the fruit... More 


Apple - Malus domestica 'Charles Ross'

CODE: 1541

This is a handsome, traditional English dual-purpose deciduous apple with tender flesh and a juicy, sweet flavour. It is a pleasant culinary and dessert... More 


Blueberry - Vaccinium corymbosum 'Bluecrop'

CODE: 1515

Upright, deciduous Blueberry with clusters of large deep blue berries from early July onwards. Extremely nutritious fruit with a high vitamin content.... More 


Blueberry - Vaccinium corymbosum 'Earliblue'

CODE: 1538

'Earliblue' produces clusters of large, light blue berries from early July, which when planted with later fruiting varieties adds several weeks... More 


Blueberry - Vaccinium corymbosum 'Goldtraube'

CODE: 1516

This is a delicious, juicy, heavy-cropping variety with a vigorous, upright habit and fresh, deciduous, light green, serrated leaves that take on... More 


Cherry - Prunus avium 'Stella'

CODE: 1552

This is a reliable, dark red-fruited deciduous variety of cherry tree with a delicious, juicy taste. It is an excellent, self-fertile variety which... More 


Cherry - Prunus cerasus 'Morello'

CODE: 1551

This is an extremely prolific deciduous cherry with a compact, spreading growth habit. The sizeable, dark red fruits are ready for harvesting in August... More 


Cranberry - Vaccinium macrocarpon 'Pilgrim'

CODE: 1534

Low growing evergreen with leathery leaves and a lax, cascading habit, making it ideal for containers or hanging baskets. Tiny pink flowers appear in... More 


Damson - Prunus insititia 'Merryweather'

CODE: 1554

Prunus insititia 'Merryweather' is an excellent, all-round performer producing an abundance of plum-like fruits with blue-black skin and juicy,... More 


Goji Berry - Lycium barbarum

CODE: 1535

This easy-to-grow deciduous shrub is self-fertile and tolerates a wide range of soils, as long as they are not overly heavy or wet. Purple and white... More 


Gooseberry - Ribes uva-crispa 'Careless'

CODE: 1520

A reliable, deciduous Gooseberry with thorny stems of deeply-lobed leaves and small, pink-flushed green flowers. Heavy crops of large, smooth berries... More 


Gooseberry - Ribes uva-crispa 'Invicta'

CODE: 1519

A robust, heavy-cropping variety producing a reliable, abundant crop of large, yellow-green fruit that’s ready for harvesting in late May. It has a... More 


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