Fruit trees for a small garden

Fruit trees for a small garden

This is a selection of trees that are suitable for a small garden. Traditionally sized fruit trees are too big for most modern gardens. These trees allow you to grow your own fruit fresh from the smallest garden or even a patio. All trees are planted on a dwarf rootstock so size will not be an issue, stake and feed regularly and you will be rewarded with a bumper crop


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This is the best known cooker superb for apple pies and crumbles. The apples are large, green in colour with a red flush. A heavy cropper. The apples normally ripen during October/November and store well.
To guarantee a good crop plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 3.

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My favorite British apple, extremely tasty. A real winner. When its ripe get the kids to shake them to hear the seeds rattle! Although this tree is self fertile, it can also be used to cross pollinate other apple trees in the same flowering group 3. (Bramley)

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Covered in beautiful pure white, cup-shaped flowers in mid-late spring, Produces crisp, juicy, red dessert apples. Fruit will keep well for several weeks after they're harvested. Harvested in mid August. To guarantee a good crop plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 3 (Bramley "Seedling")

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Pure white, cup-shaped flowers mid-late spring, followed by firm eating apples, with a crisp, nutty flavour. Harvest late September. To guarantee a good crop plant with another tree from the same or adjacent flowering group 2.

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Pure white, cup-shaped flowers mid-late spring, sweet, red, eating apples harrvested early October. Crisp Cox-like flavour and juicy, white flesh. To guarantee a good crop plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 3 like Bramley "Seedling"

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One of the first apples I remember eating as a kid. Probable the most grown apple tree in the world. It has medium sized, oblong fruit. Greenish yellow skin ripening to golden yellow. Crisp and juicy, with a very sweet refreshing taste best eaten off the tree. . Keeps well but loses flavour and texture as it ages. Good cropper. Disease resistant. White blossom. To guarantee a good crop plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 4 like Royal Gala

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Hardy apple from Scotland introduced in the 19th century. Mid-season variety that is pick early-mid September. A sharp tangy apple with a refreshing taste, if is too sharp it can cooked great for crumbles. The apple sweetens when stored loosing some of the sharpness also good with cheese. To guarantee a good crop plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 3

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As the name suggests this apple was raised near Worcester at the end of the 19th centuary. Very sweet, with a hint of strawberries when fully ripe, regular heavy cropper. Apples golden-yellow streaked crimson with white flesh. Stricking blossom, almond opening to silvery white. Excellent garden variety. Suitable for colder areas and is more resistant to frost. To guarantee a good crop plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 3

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This is one of the most popular damsons around. All round good performer, which needs little specialist care to produce some very good tasting, juicy, acidic fruits. The fruits are perfect for culinary and dessert use. Grafted on dwarf rootstock Pixy ideal for small gardens.

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Medium sized round or oval purple plum, good flavour. Juicy fruit with yellow-green flesh, good cropper, hardy. Does particularly well if trained on a sunny wall. Bred by Thomas Rivers in Hertfordshire in 1871, a cross between Prince Englebert and Early Prolific and named in honour of the Russian Emperor who was visiting at the time. Grown on Pixy rootstock great for a small garden.
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Produce large, juicy purplish-blue fruits, best used for its culinary abilaties but they make good eaters a little bit sharper than other sweet dessert plums. They make the best plum jam, plum tart, stewed plums.....

Later cropper, tolarates colder parts of the UK. Self-fertile. Use in September.

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The most popular plum available which produces a heavy crop of large, pale red fruit with golden-yellow flesh, which can be eaten fresh or used for cooking. Single, white flowers in spring and fruit picking in late August. This is a self fertile Plum, which will also help to pollinate others in the same flowering group 3

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