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These genuine dwarfing rootstock trees are so easy to manage yet bear full-sized fruits in abundance. Infact these most modern of restrictive rootstocks often produce fruits that are larger than those on Orchard-sized trees! These trees are all suitable for planting just 5-7 apart in the garden border or lawn, or as an intensive orchard. Little pruning is required and the trees also thrive in 18" pots on the patio or terrace. An apple on the mini M27 rootstock, as offered here, can yield 30ibs or more when established, and these trees are precocious - often beginning to crop the first year. They very much offer the best of all words for the would-be amateur home fruit grower. Our full and easy instruction booklet is included with all orders.

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(C) Robin Pippin Apple Trees

(C) Robin Pippin Apple Trees

This worcester type Apple arose in Kent in the 1950's and has the dual qualities of a magnificent regal red skin colouring coupled with a distinct Strawberry - like flavour. Ripening a little earlier than...

(C) Summer Red Apple Trees

(C) Summer Red Apple Trees

Large, dark red fruits with a pleasant flavour and refreshing. Raised at Summerland Research Station, British Columbia. Good quality fruits for eating late September to November.
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(C) The Queen Apple Trees

(C) The Queen Apple Trees

Essex in 1858 and once a popular garden apple, rather hard to find these days. A large, very pale yellow fruit partly covered with crimson flushes and stripes, the flesh cooks to a wonderful translucent...

(C) Tydeman's Late Orange Apple Trees

(C) Tydeman's Late Orange Apple Trees

Late autumn variety, flavour and texture very similar to Cox. Fruits will store late and are easy to grow. The fruits are medium sized, golden yellow with a bright orange-red flush. The blossom has frost...

(D) American Mother Apple Trees

(D) American Mother Apple Trees

For eating October to December. A very distinctive and aromatic, creamy white flesh that is sweet and very juicy The fruits are golden and flushed deep red. A very upright tree, that is easy to...

(D) Chivers Delight Apple Trees

(D) Chivers Delight Apple Trees

A good cropping variety that also grows well in the north. Golden yellow fruits, mottled with red. Medium size, sweet. A very good flavour at times, but not consistent. Aromatic.
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(D) Hereford Beefing Apple Trees

(D) Hereford Beefing Apple Trees

Introduced for our more Northerly customers in response to the huge popularity of our own Norfolk Beefing, which has exceeded all expectations! Hereford Beefing was first known in the 1700's no less and is a...

(D) Newton Wonder Apple Trees

(D) Newton Wonder Apple Trees

For use from November to March. The fruits have exceptional flavour when cooked and can also be eaten for dessert. Grows well everywhere including north and west. Flowers late. Pollinate with: Tydeman Late Orange, Orleans...

(D) Winston Apple Trees

(D) Winston Apple Trees

A good flavoured apple for storing and eating January to March. Vigorous growth and heavy cropper with resistance to Scab. Similar appearance to Laxton Superb with a far better colour. A trouble free and very...

(T) Belle De Boscoop Apple Trees

(T) Belle De Boscoop Apple Trees

A large, crisp, juicy apple of the Blenheim type, that has good Scab resistance. Makes a large wide tree. Very heavy cropping. A dual purpose variety often used for cooking. Suitable for the West.
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(T) Crown Gold Apple Trees

(T) Crown Gold Apple Trees

A brightly coloured form of Jonagold, all the high qualities of the above. Some say that this clone crowns' them all! Recommended. All trees £1.00 extra to normal price.
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(T) Jonagold Apple Trees

(T) Jonagold Apple Trees

For eating October onwards and stores late. A regular cropper, the very large, golden fruits have a superb flavour. Very popular for the heavy crops of juicy, crisp fruits that are so richly flavoured. Jonagold...

(T) Jonagored Apple Trees

(T) Jonagored Apple Trees

(Morrens): A form of Jonagold with bright red juicy fruits. Gorgeous flavour. Easy to grow. You must try this variety on M27, especially when festooned. All trees £1.00 extra to normal price.
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(T) Jumbo - A 1b 20z Cooking Apple - New Apple Trees

(T) Jumbo - A 1b 20z Cooking Apple - New Apple Trees

Aptly named for the awesome size of its fruits but far from just a novelty or exhibition variety, although it would surely also find fame on the showbench! Jumbo is inarguably the most valuable kitchen...

(T) Jupiter Apple Trees

(T) Jupiter Apple Trees

The excellent variety raised by East Malling Research Station. The fruits are medium to large with a superb flavour that is similar to Cox. Crisp, juicy flesh that is covered by a very attractive skin...

(T) Ribston Pippin Apple Trees

(T) Ribston Pippin Apple Trees

For eating November to January, a regular and heavy cropper with moderate growth, the blossom is fairly frost tolerant. Medium sized, yellow fruits with a dull red flush. The flavour from the firm, crisp. aromatic...

* (C) Spartan Apple Trees

* (C) Spartan Apple Trees

Ready for picking early October and will keep into the new year. The fruits are medium sized and a dark mahogany red. The skin is very smooth with an excellent bloom and becoming brighter as...

*(C) Merton Knave Apple Trees

*(C) Merton Knave Apple Trees

For picking and eating late August and September. The medium sized fruits are flushed red overall, crisp, sweet and rich. The blossom is fairly frost tolerant. Suitable for planting everywhere. Ideal pollinators include: Discovery, James...

Bradley's King Damson Trees

Bradley's King Damson Trees

Reddish purple, small fruits with a blue bloom. Milder flavour. No pollinators required.
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Farleigh Damson Damson Trees

Farleigh Damson Damson Trees

Almost round, black fruits with a hint of blue. A very heavy cropping variety for picking mid September. Although partially self fertile, at its best grown with another variety. Nearly all varieties of plum are...

Granny Smith Spur Apple Trees

Granny Smith Spur Apple Trees

A more compact form of the above variety. Superb for growing in containers.
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Lord Napier Nectarine Trees

Lord Napier Nectarine Trees

A very regular cropper, that produces large extremely flavoursome, richly aromatic fruits. Ripening in early August, the fruits are pale yellow with a crimson flush. The most well known and popular nectarine....

Merryweather Damson Trees

Merryweather Damson Trees

Large, well flavoured fruits, moderately vigorous and an excellent all round variety. Ready for picking in late September. Self fertile, so no pollinators are required. We have many more varieties from which to propagate for...

Severn Cross Plum Trees

Severn Cross Plum Trees

For picking late September, an outstanding, regular and heavy cropping variety. The yellow fruits are juicy and large with a very good dessert flavour. An excellent late season variety. Self fertile.
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Shropshire Damson Damson Trees

Shropshire Damson Damson Trees

Also known as Prune Damson, the fruits are ready for picking September and into October. The flavour is very good and the blue-black fruits have a juicy, greeny yellow flesh. The growth is compact, so...

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