A 1.10
B 2.75
C 3.50
D 4.10
E 4.25
F 4.75
G 4.95
H 6.25
I 6.55
J 7.25
K 7.75
L 8.50
M 9.50
N 11.25
O 13.50
P 14.75
Q 16.00
R 16.50
S 17.50
T 18.50
U 20.50
V 22.50
W 24.00
X 27.00
Y 28.00
Z 29.00
Fruit Trees





Below is a price guide for all fruit trees
Price:
Cordon maidens suitable for training
L


Bush
O


Half Standard
Q


Fan-trained, according to age. Selection of varieties
X
APPLES
Several of the more popular varieties are available in dwarf bush form.
We have a limited number of self fertile varieties such as Red Devil, Red Falstaff, Red Windsor and Scrumptious.

Annie Elizabeth
Dec.–May
cooker. Excellent late keeper.

Blenheim Orange
Nov.–Jan.
dessert; an old favourite dessert with a distinct flavour; a shapely vigorous tree.

Bramley’s Seedling
Nov.–Apr.
cooking (needs two other varieties to pollinate); the best all-purpose cooking apple; a heavy cropper of spreading growth.

Cox’s Orange Pippin,
Oct.–Jan.
dessert; considered to be the best-flavoured apple. Prefers rich soil and a sunny position.

Cox Self Fertile
Oct.–Jan.
dessert. Recommended self fertile variety of the best known British apple.

Chivers Delight
Nov.–Feb.
dessert; reliable variety grown locally commercially with success.

Crispin
Dec.–Mar.
dessert (needs two other varieties to pollinate); a new apple of Japanese origin, very heavy cropper, excellent keeping qualities; green and juicy.

Discovery
Aug.
dessert, very early, crisp and juicy.

Emneth Early
Mid Aug.
cooker; the first cooker. Good cropper, compact grower.

Egremont Russett
Oct.–Dec.

Ellison’s Orange
dessert; very easy variety to grow; prolific crops of crisp and juicy apples; best when eaten fresh from the tree.

Golden Delicious
Dec.–Jan
Popular variety easily grown. Needs a warm summer for best results and flavour.

Grenadier
Aug.–Sept.
cooking; popular early cooker, very heavy cropper, on a compact tree.

Howgate Wonder
Dec.–Mar.
cooking; a recommended variety of upright habit, bearing very large fruit of excellent keeping qualities.

James Grieve
Sept.–Oct.
dessert; probably the best early dessert, easily grown; large crops of apples with a sharp delicious flavour.

Kidds Orange
Nov.–Apr.
dessert; new Cox seedling, brightly coloured and pleasantly flavoured, resistant to scab and mildew.

Laxton’s Fortune
Sept.–Nov.
dessert; delicious Cox-flavoured apple, very sweet and juicy; compact in habit. RECOMMENDED.

Laxton’s Superb
Dec.–Feb.
dessert; an excellent long-keeping variety, crisp, sweet and juicy; a vigorous tree, bearing good crops.

Lord Lambourne
Oct.–Dec.
dessert; a prolific variety of good flavour; frost resistant and will crop heavily where Cox’s will not.

Monarch
Dec.–Mar.
cooking; excellent cooking variety.

Newton Wonder
Nov.–Feb.
cooking; a very hardy tree, bearing clean healthy fruit; makes a good dessert when ripe.

Spartan
Jan–Feb.
Red skinned, firm flesh of excellent flavour. Easy to grow.

Tydemans Late Orange
Dec.–Mar.
dessert, golden yellow flushed red, crisp and sweet.

Worcester Permain
Aug.–Oct.
dessert; a popular early dessert variety of fine appearance; a regular cropper – the best early apple.
PEARS

Concorde
Nov.
self fertile, heavy cropper, compact, medium to large fruit, sweet and juicy.

Conference
Oct.–Dec.
the most popular variety, easily grown; juicy and melting. Reliable cropper.

Doyenne du Comice
Nov.
undoubtedly the finest pear, but needs a pollinator; Packham’s Triumph is recommended.

Fertility Improved
Sept.–Oct.
the only truly self-fertile pear; very free cropping.

Packham’s Triumph
Oct.–Nov
in our opinion the easiest pear to grow in this area; regular heavy crops, picked when green it gradually ripens to a delicious juicy golden pear, suitable for both dessert or culinary purposes.

William's Bon Chretien
Sept.
an old favourite, being a reliable early heavy cropper; fruit melting and juicy. Synonymous with the Barlett pear.
PLUMS

Czar
July–Aug.
dessert/cooking; an extremely heavy cropping variety, the fruit being black and of good flavour; upright habit. Self-fertile.

Marjorie’s Seedling
Sept.–Oct.
dessert; large juicy black of fine flavour. Self-fertile.

Opal
Aug.
red/purple juicy fruit. Partially self fertile.

Rivers Early Prolific
Aug.
dessert/cooking. Small black fruit, excellent for freezing.

Victoria
Late Aug.
dessert; the most popular of all plums, heavy cropping and self-fertile.
DAMSONS

Cheshire Damson
Late Sept.
cooking; heavy cropping, small black fruit of a true damson flavour. Self-fertile.

Merryweather Damson
Late Sept.
cooking; a large fruit (probably a plum hybrid), but of the true damson flavour. Self-fertile.
GAGES

Cambridge Gage
Aug.
the reliable cropping form of Greengage.

Old Greengage
Late Aug.
dessert; the original type, remaining green even when ripe; not the easiest to crop, but vigorous in growth. Pollinator, Victoria.

Oullins Golden Gage
Aug.–Sept.
Excellent self-fertile plum, sweet and juicy.
OTHER FRUITS

Apricots, Nectarines and Peaches
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Fan-trained (If available)
X


Young trees for training
P
BLUEBERRY

Best named varieties, large fruited and delicious in flavour. Must be grown in a peat bed. Can be fitted into the shrub border for its early flowers and delightful autumn tints.
Price:
H
BLACKBERRIES

Loch Ness
good heavy yielding variety, thornless, erect canes.
Price:
E


Merton Thornless
As heavy a yielder as the prickly variety without the problems.
Price:
E


Waldo
superb fruit quality. Thornless variety.
Price:
E
CHERRY

Lapins
dark fleshed, heavy fruiting, self-fertile. Late.
Price:
Bush/Maiden.
O


Morello
an easy-to-grow self fertile variety with fine black fruit, ripening about the middle of August. Good for jam or bottling.
Price:
H.Std
O
Bush
Q


Stella
New
The first self-fertile sweet cherry on dwarfing rootstock.
Price:
Maiden/Bush
O


Sunburst
large black fruit, heavy yield. Self fertile. Mid season.
Price:
Maiden
O
COBNUTS
Other best named varieties available on request.

Kentish Cob
Traditional Filbert nut.
Price:
D
BLACKCURRANTS
CERTIFIED STOCK
Other varieties availible in small quantities.
Price:
All Varieties
C


Ben Lomond
excellent variety with heavy crops Mid-season

Ben Sarek
highly productive compact bush. Recommended for small gardens. Mid-season

Wellington XXX
long bunches of large berries, rich in vitamin C; a vigorous grower. Mid-season
REDCURRANTS

Red Lake
large berries; consistent all-round variety. Mid-season
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C
WHITECURRANTS

White Versailles
small fruits in large clusters; prolific. Mid-season
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C
FIG
Larger specemins availible on request.

Brown Turkey
The best outdoor variety. Heavy crop of medium sized brown to purple figs in September.
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I
GOOSEBERRIES
Five or more, less 10%.
Price:
All varieties
E


Careless
the most widely grown gooseberry; excellent for cooking when green, or as a dessert when ripe; upright habit. Early season.

Leveller
a fine large yellow fruit, outstandingly good and handsome; spreading in habit. Mid-season

Invicta
a heavy cropping green variety. Mildew resistant. Mid-season

Whinham’s Industry
the best of the red varieties; a large fruit, cooking well and excellent for dessert; a wide-growing bush which does well in shade. Late season
GRAPE VINES
Strong Pot grown plants.
Price:
All varieties
K


Black Hamburg
Black. Indoor

Boskoop Glory
Black, dessert. Outdoor

Golden Chasselais
Yellow-green. Early Indoor

Muscat of Alexandria
Green. Late Indoor

Muscat Hamburg
Black. Late Indoor
Jostaberry
A blackcurrent and gooseberry hybrid
Price:
G
KIWI FRUIT
Frequently seen in fruiters, suitable for in a cold greenhouse.

Jenny
new self fertile variety. Pot grown.
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H


Issai
easily produces tiny fruit, very sweet, self fertile
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H
LOGANBERRIES

Thornless
excellent smooth variety giving good crops.
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F
MEDLAR

Nottingham
brown-skinned fruit borne on attractive small tree, good autumn colour.
Price:
H.Std.
Q
QUINCE

Vranga
greenish-yellow, pear shaped; reliable cropper.
Price:
Bush
O
RASPBERRIES

Autumn Bliss
the best autumn fruiting variety. Autumn Delight, high yield of berries. Mid-season
Price:
(per 10)
K


Glen Ample
large fleshy fruits are held well out from the spine-free canes so they are easy to pick and do not suffer wind damage. Disease resistant. Mid July onwards.
Price:
(per 10)
H


Glen Clova
early variety, long cropping period. Early
Price:
(per 10)
H


Malling Admiral
large fruit on strong canes. Mid-late
Price:
(per 10)
H


Malling Jewel
fine flavour, heavy yielding. Mid-season
Price:
(per 10)
H
RHUBARB
Price:
(each)
2.75

Timperley Early
produces heavy, early crop.
STRAWBERRIES
Fifty or more, less 10%. CERTIFIED STOCK

Cambridge Favourite
large shiny fruit, heavy main-crop variety. Mid-season
Price:
(per 10)
F


Elsanta
superb fruit quality, large, glossy. Early
Price:
(per 10)
F


Florence
new vigorous upright variety. Exceptional sweet flavour. Late
Price:
(per 10)
F
TAYBERRY
A Blackberry/Loganberry cross. Large dark fruits, delicious flavour. Heavy cropper.
Price:
E
WALNUTS
See also Ornamental Trees.

Juglans Regia
common walnuts
Price:
H.Std
Q


Grafted
(named varieties) selected for their fruiting qualities.
Price:
X