Potted Fruit Trees

Potted Fruit Trees

Potted Fruit Trees

Potted fruit trees are available all year, and can be planted at anytime. During the drier summer months the trees need to be water regularly

The tree should be planted to the same depth as it was in the pot (or the mark left by the soil on the trunk in the case of bare-rooted trees). If you are not sure check the graft between the tree and the rootstock is at least 5cms (2in) above ground level. Once you have planted the tree, firm  down the soil using your heal to ensure the soil is in good contact with the roots.  Water well if the conditions are dry. 


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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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Originally from Japan, another heavy cropper. The fruit is distinctly oblong and ribbed, and the flesh is crisp, with a pleasing tart taste. Good eating straight from the tree or can be stored for up to 4 months. To guarantee a good crop plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 3

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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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Less likely to get bruised than other apples it has a sweet, mild flavour, grainey texture with a thin skin. To guarantee a good crop plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 4

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A tree from the late 19th Centuary introduced by Charles Ross . Use early for cooking, bakes well. Large, good, sweet flavoured, juicy eater. Popular as it is scab resistant. Good for showing and remains a great garden variety. Suitable for colder areas as it is more resistant to frost.

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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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An old variety apple from the late 19th century. Mid-late season variety thats self-fertile. A reliable cropper that stores well November-February. Plant in a sunny, open site. Although self-fertile plant with other trees from the same flowering group 4

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Spotted around 1918 from seeds planted from an Cox's Orange Pippin in Kent it was worth saving and named sunset. Heavy regular cropper, great aromatic flavour, crisp and juicy, golden-yellow with orange-red flush. Smaller apple than Cox but as it is much easier to grow. Good 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 (i.e. Bramley "Seedling").

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A small sweet apple, Great for kids. It reminds me of the Snow White apple bright red on the outside whiter-than-white flesh on the inside. Leave on the tree as long as possible until its a full vibrant red and flavour is at its best. Eat straight from the tree when the flesh is very crisp and juicy, as it softens a bit within a week or so of picking but will still have a great juicy flavour. 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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Popular variety of Apricot found in UK gardens. Great flavour reliable cropper. Self Fertile
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Large, crimson fruit raedy for picking early August A heavy cropping variety with vibrant red skin skin, the white fleshhas a rich and intensive flavour. Reliable variety which will give excellent results in a warm, sunny and reasonably sheltered position. No.1 Peach grown in the UK.
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Popular acid cherry. Picked early at the dark red stage for stewing or left under netting (otherwisw the birds will enjoy them before you) until near black for a bitter-sweet cherry flavour. Self fertile cherry, which will also help to pollinate most other varieties.
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Large sweet, juicy cherry, full of flavour. Best grown in a sheltered position to get the most out of it. Self fertile cherry, which will also help to pollinate most other varieties.
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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.
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Lord Napier is a popular nectarine to grow at home. Early to ripen with white flesh, aromatic and great flavour. Reliable heavy cropper and self Fertile.
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Small pear with smooth, pale yellow skin with almost no russetting, the flesh is white, very juicy sweet flavour. It makes a small compact tree producing a very reliable and heavy crop. Good garden variety which is the first to ripen. To guarantee cross pollination plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group (e.g. 'Williams').

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Beurre Hardy has a distinctive, juicy flavour. Worth growing even if you don't like the fruit as it is a beautiful ornamental tree when in flower with branches covered in white blossom. The leaves of this variety also turn bright red in autumn. To guarantee cross pollination plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group (e.g. Comice).
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A new winter pear variety, taking the best bitsfrom both Conference and Comice pears. It ripens in late October, stores well. The Concorde has large, elongated yellow-green fruit with very little russeting. As it ripens, the fruit softens, the flavour mellows and the skin becomes more golden. Concorde is an ideal cooking pear, with the ability to hold shape and flavour in baking, poaching, jams and preserves. Saying that its best eaten fresh. Although 'Concorde' is partially self-fertile, to guarantee a bumper crop of pears plant with another tree from the same flowering group (e.g. and 'Beurre Hardy')
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Great eating pear tree which is covered with pure white flowers in mid spring, followed by large fruits, good flavour. Ideal specimen tree for a small, sunny, well-drained site. To ensure cross pollination plant with another variety from the same flowering group 4 (e.g. 'Concorde').

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Pure white flowers in mid-spring, followed by green fruits which ripen into a beautiful dessert pear, the flesh is white, soft and very juicy, and deliciously sweet. Regular cropper which is an great variety to grow. To guarantee cross pollination plant in a sunny, open site with another tree from the same flowering group 3 like beth.

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This Norfolk pear was at one time grown in every orchard of the county. Some have described it as the best UK pear. Small fruits with a sunny red side, sweet and juicy. Ripens August. Pollination 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
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The name Denniston's Superb came from the man who raised it, Isaac Denniston, Albany, New York c 1835.

Medium sized, oval-oblong, yellow fruit. Moderately juicy, golden flesh with excellent sweet flavour. Small semi-clinging stone.

Produces a hardy tree which is self-fertile and a heavy reliable cropper. Good pollinator.

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The Golden Gage is the largest of the gage's. It is also a very reliable, heavy cropper. The fruits have a delicate flavour with a distinctive transparent yellow appearance. Fruits ripen Mid August

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First recorded in Lincolnshire in 1904. Rich aromatic flavour with taste of aniseed, crisp yet soft with melting juicy flesh. Greenish-yellow skin streaked red. Hardy, easy to grow and excellent cropper. 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 4

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