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Apple 'Bramley's Seedling' Clone 20
Cooking Apple
12Lt
A compact form of the very popular cooking apple. Although 20% less vigorous it usually has heavier crops of large, green-yellow fruit with a strong acidic flavour; Sept-Oct. Stores well. Pollination Gp:3 - triploid so best with 2 pollinators. Bush on MM106.
£34.99
1.00
Apple 'Grenadier' (AGM)
Cooking Apple
12Lt
Large, flattish, distinctly ribbed, yellow-green fruit which cooks down to a white froth of good flavour; harvest mid-August but does not store well. Compact grower crops well with good resistance to scab. Pollination group 2 Bush on MM106
£35.95
1.00
Apple 'Herefordshire Russset'
Eating Apple
12Lt
Acclaimed new variety best described as a russet with a 'Cox' flavour. Pick late September - stores well until late January. Heavy crops of small to medium size fruit of good texture. Appears to need little cross pollination. Bush on MM106 Pollination Gp: 3
£34.99
1.00
Apple 'Herefordshire Russset' - Patio
Eating Apple
12Lt
Acclaimed new variety best described as a russet with a 'Cox' flavour. Pick late September - stores well until late January. Heavy crops of small to medium size fruit of good texture. Appears to need little cross pollination. Patio on M27 Pollination Gp: 3
£37.50
1.00
Apple 'Norfolk Royal Russet'
12Lt
(Dessert) Delicious, nutty, sweet, crisp, oval, russet fruit with red speckles; September.Stores well. Introduced 1983 by Rev Wright, Burnham Overy, Norfolk. Self fertile. Bush on MM106. Stake for 1st 2 years.
£31.85
1.00
Apple 'Scotch Bridget'
Cooking / Eating
12Lt
A reliabl;e, tough variety very popular in Scotland and northern areas. Largish, red flushed orange fruit with an acid tangy flavour. Can be used as a desert apple when stored. Cooks well keeping shape. Pollination Gp: 3 - triploid requires 2 pollinators. Bush on MM106.
£35.95
1.00
Apple 'Sturmer Pippin'
Eating Apple
 7.5lt
Regular cropper bearing pale green fruit flushed russet brown with crisp, greenish flesh of refreshing flavour. Pick November for January - April eating. Requires a warm garden to do well. Compact grower. POLLINATION GROUP: 2
£21.50
1.00
Corylus avellana 'Webbs Prized Cob'
Hazel
 3Lt
(sy. Lambert Filbert) Similar to the old 'Kentish Cob' but heavier cropping and a tad less vigorous. Large, brown, richly flavoured nuts in autumn. Attractive when clothed in yellow, dangly catkins in spring. Good autumn leaf colour. Thrives on heavy local chalky clays.Can be regularly coppiced. 2.5x1.5m. 
£11.25
5.00
Cydonia oblonga 'Vranja'
Edible Quince
12Lt
Very reliable, long established, hardy variety bearing large, pear shaped, pale green-yellow fruit; October. Makes excellent quince jelly etc. Clusters of pale pink flowers in spring. Any reasonable soil in sun. Ht: 5m+.Half standard on Quince A
£42.95
2.00
Fig 'Brown Turkey' (AGM)
Fig
 3Lt
(Ficus carica) Reliable & heavy cropper the oval fruit having red flesh of a rich, sweet flavour. Very popular variety for outdoor or indoor cultivation. Best crops if roots are restricted. Free draining, not too rich soil in a sheltered, sunny site.
£10.80
4.00
Fig 'Brunswick'
Fig
 3Lt
(Ficus carica) Large, oval fruit of good flavour ripening about two weeks earlier than 'Brown Turkey'. Regular attention needed for good results. Plant firmly in free-draining soil in a sunny position or in a 45cm pot & overwinter under cover.
£10.80
3.00
Fig 'Ice Crystal' (Fig)
Fig
 3Lt
(Ficus carica - Female) Very hardy form with very attractive finely cut leaves looking like snow crystals turning yellow in autumn. Self fertile with tasty reddish-brown fruit - can be shy to fruit when young. Well drained, sheltered site in sun. To: 4x4m.
£9.95
5.00
Greengage 'Denniston's Superb'
Eating
12Lt
High yields of rounded, sweet, juicy, transparent flesh with a red flushed skin; late August. A very reliable cropper.(USA 19th C)Bush on VVA.1. Self fertile. Pollination Gp: 3.
£39.95
1.00
Greengage 'Old English Gage'
Greengage
12Lt
Clusters of rounded, green fruits maturing to a lovely yellow-green mottled red. Very juicy, sweet, greenish-yellow flesh of wonderful flavour. Pick: late August to early September. Cultivated over many hundreds of years. Bush on St Julian A
£41.95
1.00
Greengage 'Oullin's Gage' (AGM)
12Lt
Gage-like plum with large, round, yellow, moderately sweet, transparent fruit; mid-August. Good for eating and freezing. Upright habit. Fertile soil in sun. Pollination group: 3 - self fertile. Bush on St Julian A
£41.95
4.00
Mespilus germanica 'Nottingham' (Medlar)
Nottingham Medlar
 7.5lt
A small, wide-spreading 'architectural' tree bearing large white flowers followed by curious brown-skinned fruit picked in November making an unusual dessert or jelly. Large leaves turn russet-brown in autumn. Reasonably drained soil in sun. Bush on Pyro dwarf.
£34.99
1.00
Morus alba 'Pendula'
Weeping White Mulberry
12Lt
(Top grafted) Small, mushroom headed, deciduous tree with stiffly weeping branches. Heart-shaped, glossy bright green leaves, turning butter-yellow in autumn. Insignificant flowers followed by insipid white fruit, ripening pink-red, on mature plants. Fertile, well drained soil in a sheltered sunny spot. To: 3x5m.
£44.95
1.00
Morus cathayana
Mulberry
 5Lt
A smaller, more shrubby deciduous tree with handsome, lobed, glossy, heart-shaped leaves. Insignificant flowers, followed by edible red fruit in autumn. The leaves are used locally to make tea. From, China, Korea & Japan. Sheltered spot in sun. 6.0x5.0mtrs.
£19.95
1.00
Morus nigra 'Giant Fruit'
Mulberry
12Lt
Pakistan Mulberry. A form bearing large (2-3 times normal) plump, sweet, juicy, black fruit; August. Eating, jams, jelly etc. Clusters of single, white flowers attractive to bees in spring. Large, ovate leaves. Slow growing, gnarled, domed tree for a reasonably drained soil in a sheltered site in sun. Self fertile. Half standard.
£49.50
1.00
Morus 'Wellington'
Black Mulberry
12Lt
(Female) An American cultiver of stronger, more upright habit. Heavy crops on mature plants with long, slender, cylindrical, rich reddish-purple fruit of good flavour ripening over a long period through summer. Attractive yellow autumn colour.Sheltered site as the wood is brittle. Half standard
£44.95
1.00
Nectarine 'Lord Napier' (Fan)
12Lt
(Fan trained) Suitable for outdoor growing the fruits have smooth, dark crimson skin flecked yellow. Creamy-white, sweet & juicy flesh that falls easily off the stone; early August. Attractive flowers in April - pollinated by bees. Self fertile. Introduced 1860 by nursery in Sawbridgeworth. Reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun. St Julian A.
£57.50
1.00
Olea europaea
Common or Edible Oli
 3Lt
Slow growing, oval headed, rather gnarled more or less evergreen tree, only suitable for the most sheltered of spots. Lance shaped, leathery grey green leaves, silver beneath. Tiny, fragrant creamy white flowers, only in the best of summers. On the borderlines of hardiness thus requires a warm, very sheltered garden in a sunny spot. 10.0x10.0mtrs.
£9.95
1.00
Pear 'Christie'
10Lt
Excellent crops of large, slightly rounded, smooth green fruit flushed red on ripening. Flesh is juicy, sweet & mellow in flavour; September. Large clusters of white flowers attractive to bees in spring. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Pollination gp: 3. Popular Scottish variety pre 1900. Half standard on Quince A.
£38.00
2.00
Pear 'Concorde' (AGM)
Eating Pear
12Lt
A new variety with juicy fruit of excellent flavour & similar to 'Conference'. Stores until January. Pollinate with Beurre Hardy, Conference, Doyenne du Commice or Williams Bon Chretien. Bush on Quince A
£39.95
1.00
Pear 'Concorde' (AGM)
Eating Pear
10Lt
A new variety with juicy fruit of excellent flavour & similar to 'Conference'. Stores until January. Pollinate with Beurre Hardy, Conference, Doyenne du Commice or Williams Bon Chretien. Half standard on Quince A
£38.95
1.00
Pear 'Conference' (AGM)
Eating Pear
12Lt
Ever popular variety the long, narrow fruit becoming juicy, yet firm, when ripe. Reliable & heavy cropper. Pick late September - use October-November. Self fertile. Pollination GROUP 2. Bush on Quince A
£38.95
2.00
Pear 'Onward' - Standard
Pear - eating
12Lt
Medium to large yellowish green fruit with variable patches of brown russet and a pinkish red flush. Melting, creamy white, juicy flesh with an excellent flavour; mid-late September. Pollination Gp: 4. Standard on Quince A.
£39.95
1.00
Pistacia vera
Pistachio
 3Lt
This is the form generally cultivated for the Pistachio nut. Trees carry either male or female panicles of flowers. Only the latter will fruit but must be pollinated by a male form. Makes a small, deciduous tree with attractive pinnate leaves. Requires a very free draining soil in sun avoiding winter wet. Hardy to -10c. Native to central Asia & Middle East.
£9.50
2.00
Plum 'Guinevere'
Cooking / eating
12Lt
A good dual purpose plum bearing heavy crops of large, oval, purple-black fruit of good sweet flavour; late September. Stores well if refrigerated. Self fertile, pollination Gp: C. Bush on St JulianA Fertile soil in sun.
£39.95
1.00
Plum 'Victoria' (AGM)
Eating & Cooking
12Lt
Ever popular variety bearing heavy crops of large, oval fruit with pale red skin & juicy, sweet, golden-red flesh; September. May need thinning to avoid biennial cropping. Self fertile. Pollination group: 2. Bush on VV A-1
£39.95
1.00
Plum 'Victory'
12Lt
(Vision x Valour) Large, heart-shaped, blue plum, sweet, and juicy with greenish-yellow flesh and excellent flavour. Good for eating fresh, canning, and drying. Ripens early September. Self fertile. Group 3. Bush on St Julian A.
£39.95
4.00