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Image of Lime Plant - Caviar Lime
 

Lime Plant - Caviar Lime

Origin: Australasia. The Latin name 'Citrus australasica' gives away the origins of this, one of a group of citrus plants native only to Australiasia and now being increasingly marketed down under as 'gourmet bush tucker'. Also known as the caviar lime,...


 
Image of Lime Plant - Yuzu
 

Lime Plant - Yuzu

Origin: Japan. Like a complex citrus cocktail of mandarin, grapefruit and lemon, but much softer on the palate than a lemon, the Yuzu is fast becoming the darling of UK chefs who are using it in dressings and drizzles over seafood. Popular in Asian cuisine,...


 
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Medlar Dwarf Fruit Tree

Produces fruit with an unusual truffle-like flavour. Ripens in early October. Store them for a few weeks to develop their full flavour. Supplied in a 4 litre pot at a height of approximately 70cm (27).Small trees adapted to grow in different container...


 
Image of Medlar Tree - Westeveldt
 

Medlar Tree - Westeveldt

An extremely attractive and quite fascinating tree (a relative of the quince family and a good pollinator for pears), with large, glossy leaves, beautiful white blossom in springtime and pretty bronze foliage in autumn. The curious flattish fruit are...


 
Image of Mirabelle Tree - de Nancy
 

Mirabelle Tree - de Nancy

Mouth-watering fruit! This prolific variety produces medium sized golden fruits, often developing a pink flush when fully ripe. The fruits are incredibly sweet and tangy, with a taste of honey.For planting and growing advice read our gage-and-plum-trees-growing-guide.


 
Image of Nectarine Tree - Lord Napier
 

Nectarine Tree - Lord Napier

Large mouth-watering fruit, full of juice, white flesh with a crimson-flushed skin. Reliable and prolific, excellent outdoor variety for the British climate. Self-fertile.For planting and growing advice read our apricots-peach-tree-and-nectarines-tree-growing-guide.


 
Image of Nut Tree - Purple Filbert
 

Nut Tree - Purple Filbert

Not only will the Purple Filbert give you a good autumnal crop of moist, flavoursome nuts, it's so attractive, with its rich copper foliage, deep purple catkins and purple fruit, that it deserves a spot in every garden! If you have the room, it would...


 
Image of Nut Tree - Sweet Almond Sultane
 

Nut Tree - Sweet Almond Sultane

Beautiful early spring flowers. Fruit needs a hot summer to develop properly. Self-fertile. Harvest Sept. Pollination group 2. Height 5m after 10years. (SF - self-fertile).For planting and growing advice read our walnuts-growing-guide.


 
Image of Nut Tree - Walnut Europa
 

Nut Tree - Walnut Europa

A naturally dwarf variety, ideal for smaller gardens. Large, oval-shaped nuts. Start harvesting after 2-3 years. Harvest early October. Height 3m+.


 
Image of Peach Tree - Avalon Pride
 

Peach Tree - Avalon Pride

This recently introduced peach appears to be strongly resistant to leaf curl disease. From a chance seedling found by a Miss Pride in woods in Washington State, near Seattle. She noticed that it was peach leaf curl resistant and decided to propagate her...


 
Image of Peach Tree - Jalousia
 

Peach Tree - Jalousia

These delightful, unusual fruits are delicious and sweet - so sweet they are also known as 'honey peaches'. Being a flat, or squashed peach (as our kids call them), they are a little different from the norm. The flavour is one not to be missed especially...


 
Image of Peach Tree - Lacrima Weeping Peach
 

Peach Tree - Lacrima Weeping Peach

Unique, cascading branches bearing sweet, juicy peaches. Yields fruit from the 2nd year of planting. Ideal for small gardens, pink blossom in spring, yellow-fleshed fruit in late summer. Harvest in August. Height 2.5-3m. Grown on Montclare rootstock.