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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.


 
Image of Peach Tree - Peche de Vigne
 

Peach Tree - Peche de Vigne

The blood peach. In our opinion this is possibly the most delicious peach there is! Deep raspberry-rose skin and flesh stained a deep red all the way through. Harvest August. Pollination group 4. Deliciously sweet and intensely perfumed. (SF - self-fertile).For...


 
Image of Pear Dwarf Fruit Tree - Conference
 

Pear Dwarf Fruit Tree - Conference

The country's favourite pear! Hardy, reliable and delicious tasting! Supplied in a 4 litre pot at a height of approximately 70cm (27). (Please note: Decorative pot is not included.)


 
Image of Pear Tree - Beurre Hardy
 

Pear Tree - Beurre Hardy

A dessert pear whose medium/large fruits boast soft, buttery flesh. Excellent flavour. Harvest early autumn. (SF - self-fertile).For planting and growing advice read our pear-tree-growing-guide.


 
Image of Pear Tree - Conference
 

Pear Tree - Conference

The easiest pear to grow and delicious to eat - the flavour is excellent. The hardiest and most reliable variety throughout Britain. Self-fertile. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.For planting and growing advice read our pear-tree-growing-guide.


 
Image of Persimmon Tree - Kaki-Sharon Fruit
 

Persimmon Tree - Kaki-Sharon Fruit

These hardy, self-fertile trees are little known in the UK, but deserve to be much more widely grown. Ideal for a greenhouse, conservatory or a hot, sunny spot outdoors. Pick the fruit in late October, and allow it to ripen to sweet perfection on a sunny...


 
Image of Plum Tree - Beauty
 

Plum Tree - Beauty

A wonderful 'asian' plum, which is very different from other varieties. It's very early - pick in mid July - and gives a huge crop of purple fruits. But it's the taste and texture that's really different - you will get an explosion of juice and candy-like...


 
Image of Plum Tree - Victoria
 

Plum Tree - Victoria

Our best seller! Deservedly the most popular and most widely planted plum in Britain. Delicious eaten fresh off the tree, it also cooks well. Reliable and very heavy cropping.For planting and growing advice read our gage-and-plum-trees-growing-guide.


 
Image of Plum Tree - Yellow Pershore
 

Plum Tree - Yellow Pershore

Second in popularity only to Victoria. Yellow bloomy skin. Firm, dry yellow flesh. Plum Yellow Pershore is reliable and self fertile. The best culinary flavour. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.For planting and growing advice read our gage-and-plum-trees-growing-guide.


 
Image of Pluot Tree - Pink Candy
 

Pluot Tree - Pink Candy

Large, peach-sized smooth skinned fruit. Very juicy with an almost tropical flavour. Harvest early September. Height 3m after 10years. Self fertile.