Fruit Trees

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A great way to look at purchasing and planting a fruit tree is to consider it making a friend for life. It should take pride of place in gardens of all shapes and sizes and should act as a focal point, providing beauty and delicious fruit. Fruit trees are quintessentially British and have been a part of our landscape & culture for eons.

If your space limited, grow espalier or cordon – these can be grown against a wall and are ideal for a small garden. They enjoy a fertile, well-draining soil, so add good organic matter to your growing space. The early part of a fruit. . . Show More >

A great way to look at purchasing and planting a fruit tree is to consider it making a friend for life. It should take pride of place in gardens of all shapes and sizes and should act as a focal point, providing beauty and delicious fruit. Fruit trees are quintessentially British and have been a part of our landscape & culture for eons.

If your space limited, grow espalier or cordon – these can be grown against a wall and are ideal for a small garden. They enjoy a fertile, well-draining soil, so add good organic matter to your growing space. The early part of a fruit tree’s life is essential as most failures happen in the first season, so make sure your tree is adequately watered and the roots never dry out – an organic mulch in spring will help with this. Homegrown fruit is guaranteed to be organic and taste incredible when picked from the tree. Keep your tree’s base weed-free in its early years. There is a fantastic variety of fruit trees to choose from. Some require planting in relation to their pollination, so a little bit of homework will help. Fruit trees are also great for our valuable pollinators, with fruit such as plums, damsons, pears and apples being the most beneficial.


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A great way to look at purchasing and planting a fruit tree is to consider it making a friend for life. It should take pride of place in gardens of all shapes and sizes and should act as a focal point, providing beauty and delicious fruit. Fruit trees are quintessentially British and have been a part of our landscape & culture for eons. . . Show More >

A great way to look at purchasing and planting a fruit tree is to consider it making a friend for life. It should take pride of place in gardens of all shapes and sizes and should act as a focal point, providing beauty and delicious fruit. Fruit trees are quintessentially British and have been a part of our landscape & culture for eons.

If your space limited, grow espalier or cordon – these can be grown against a wall and are ideal for a small garden. They enjoy a fertile, well-draining soil, so add good organic matter to your growing space. The early part of a fruit tree’s life is essential as most failures happen in the first season, so make sure your tree is adequately watered and the roots never dry out – an organic mulch in spring will help with this. Homegrown fruit is guaranteed to be organic and taste incredible when picked from the tree. Keep your tree’s base weed-free in its early years. There is a fantastic variety of fruit trees to choose from. Some require planting in relation to their pollination, so a little bit of homework will help. Fruit trees are also great for our valuable pollinators, with fruit such as plums, damsons, pears and apples being the most beneficial.


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A great way to look at purchasing and planting a fruit tree is to consider it making a friend for life. It should take pride of place in gardens of all shapes and sizes and should act as a focal point, providing beauty and delicious fruit. Fruit trees are quintessentially British and have been a part of our landscape & culture for eons.

If your space limited, grow espalier or cordon – these can be grown against a wall and are ideal for a small garden. They enjoy a fertile, well-draining soil, so add good organic matter to your growing space. The early part of a fruit tree’s life is essential as most failures happen in the first season, so make sure your tree is adequately watered and the roots never dry out – an organic mulch in spring will help with this. Homegrown fruit is guaranteed to be organic and taste incredible when picked from the tree. Keep your tree’s base weed-free in its early years. There is a fantastic variety of fruit trees to choose from. Some require planting in relation to their pollination, so a little bit of homework will help. Fruit trees are also great for our valuable pollinators, with fruit such as plums, damsons, pears and apples being the most beneficial.

A great way to look at purchasing and planting a fruit tree is to consider it making a friend for life. It should take pride of place in gardens of all shapes and sizes and should act as a focal point, providing beauty and delicious fruit. Fruit trees are quintessentially British and have been a part of our landscape & culture for eons.

If your space limited, grow espalier or cordon – these can be grown against a wall and are ideal for a small garden. They enjoy a fertile, well-draining soil, so add good organic matter to your growing space. The early part of a fruit tree’s life is essential as most failures happen in the first season, so make sure your tree is adequately watered and the roots never dry out – an organic mulch in spring will help with this. Homegrown fruit is guaranteed to be organic and taste incredible when picked from the tree. Keep your tree’s base weed-free in its early years. There is a fantastic variety of fruit trees to choose from. Some require planting in relation to their pollination, so a little bit of homework will help. Fruit trees are also great for our valuable pollinators, with fruit such as plums, damsons, pears and apples being the most beneficial.

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