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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.
£41.95
3.00
Apple 'Christmas Pippin'
Eating Apple
12Lt
A superb, new, Cox-like apple with a thin red-russet skin and crisp, juicy, melting flesh - sweet honeyed flavour with a crisp tang. Harvest October, stores until January. Pollination Gp: 2 Bush on MM 106
£43.95
1.00
Apple 'Limelight'
Eating Apple
12Lt
(Eating) An improved 'Greensleeves' bearing heavy crops of crisp, refreshing, very disease resistant, greenish-yellow fruit sometimes with a hint of pink. Eat September. Forms a neat, easy to grow, compact tree. Pollination Gp: 3. Bush on MM106
£41.95
1.00
Apple 'Red Devil'
Apple - Eating
12Lt
Striking scarlet-flushed, medium-size, crisp, juicy fruit with a strong 'fruity' flavour. Heavy cropper. Pick late September for October-December use. Pollination GROUP 2. Bush on MM 106
£41.95
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 'Worcester Pearmain' (AGM)
Eating
12Lt
Very popular, old variety - one of the earliest to ripen. Crisp, juicy, sweet, bright red fruit eaten, when fully ripe, straight off the tree; does not store. Regular & prolific when established. Pollination GROUP 2. Bush on MM106
£41.95
5.00
Cherry 'Bigarreau Napoleon'
Eating
10Lt
A very old variety possibly originating in Kent (despite it's name). Abundance of single, fragrant, white flowers in late spring followed, if pollinated' by very big, firm, yellow flushed red cherries the white flesh sweet and fruity; mid July. Pollination gp D. Lapins, Stella, Sunburst are suitable.
£33.75
2.00
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
4.00
Damson 'Shropshire Prune'
Damson
12Lt
Classic 'hedgerow' damson bearing glowing purple, oval fruit with a seriously astringent tang when fresh but cooks to a delicious, fresh tasting dessert. Harvest September on. Superb for many culinary dishes including damson gin. Clouds of fragrant, single white flowers in spring. Reasonably drained soil in sun. Bush on VVA-1
£49.50
2.00
Damson 'Sweet Prune'
Damson
12Lt
(Self fertile) A classic German 'Hauszwetsche' sweet prune for traditional plum cake and fresh eating. Intermediate size, blue fruit between the Shropshire Prune and Merryweather. Many culinary uses including alcoholic beverages. Harvest mid September. Sunny site in fertile soil. Half standard on VVA1
£49.50
2.00
Ficus afghanistanica 'Silver Lyre'
 3Lt
Hardy deciduous fig from the Iran & Afghanistan with heavily dissected, handsome silver-green foliage. The small dark fruit are sweet and commonly eaten. (There anyhow!) Slowly forms a large shrub in the shelter of a warm wall in sun. 4.0x3.0mtrs.
£13.95
4.00
Ficus carica 'White Marseilles'
Fig
 2Lt
Probably centuries old, a hardy, heavy and reliably cropping variety bearing pear shaped, pale green to white fruit with almost translucent, juicy flesh of sweet flavour; September. Large, deeply lobed, rich green leaves. For a free draining soil in full sun. Self fertile.
£10.75
2.00
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
2.00
Grape 'Sauvignon Blanc' (Vitis)
Grape
 3Lt
(Self fertile, grafted) Good crops of green skinned grape producing a crisp, dry, white wine. Vigorous climber with attractive lobed leaves. Suitable for outdoor or protected growing in the UK. Requires a free draining soil in sun. Prune annually to get the best crops. Originates from Bordeaux region of France...
£9.35
4.00
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
2.00
Mespilus germanica 'Nottingham' (Medlar)
Nottingham Medlar
12Lt
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 Quince A
£54.95
2.00
Musa acuminata balbisiana
Banana
 3Lt
Probably the ancestor of the modern banana. Statuesque, fast growing evergreen bearing lush, huge, paddle shaped fleshy green leaves to 1.2m. Large clusters of male female flowers followed by heavily seeded bananas. Requires copious water & feeding to maintain it's rapid growth in a fertile, humus rich soil in a very sheltered position. Protect from frosts. 3m+ 
£19.95
9.00
Olea europaea 150-160
Common or Edible Olive
10Lt
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.
£53.95
5.00
Olea europaea 200-220
Common or Edible Olive
10Lt
£62.50
6.00
Pear 'Beth' (AGM)
Eating Pear
12Lt
High yields of medium-size, pale yellow fruits the white flesh sweet & juicy; late August into September. Upright grower soon coming into fruit. Any reasonable soil in sun. Pollination group: 2 Bush on Quince A
£43.95
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
£43.95
2.00
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
£43.95
4.00
Pear 'Doyenne du Comice' (AGM)
Eating Pear
12Lt
A rounded, golden-yellow pear - probably the best for flavour & texture - eat November-December. Only crops reliably under favourable sunny, sheltered, well drained conditions. Pollinate with Buerre Hardy or Concorde. Bush on Quince A.
£43.95
2.00
Pear 'Obelisk'
Dessert
12Lt
(Eating / cooking) Forms a small tree of upright, columnar habit ideal for the small garden / patio. Shiny, typical pear shaped fruit with a slight flush. Crunchy, sweet, delicate taste; October & stores well. For a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Self fertile. Polliination gp: 3. Bush on Quince A 
£43.95
2.00
Pear 'Williams' Bon Chretien' (AGM)
Eating Pear
12Lt
Popular old English variety with oval, smooth-skinned, very juicy fruit - sweet & of good flavour. Pick/eat September - does not store. Pollinate with Buerre Hardy, Conference. Half standard on Quince A.
£43.95
1.00
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
Vitis vinifera 'Carbernet Sauviignon'
Grape
 3Lt
Classic claret variety grown commercially across the world. Late fruiting bearing large clusters of sweet, small, black grapes - best if grown under protection. Large, soft green leaves. Prune regularly for best fruit production. For a free draining, protected site in full sun. 4x4m+
£11.50
3.00