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The online plant list for 2017/18 is now live!

Customers with existing reservations: please do not re-order online. Plants have been reserved and you’ll receive a confirmation between now and the end of July.

Spring of 2017 has proved challenging, with warm weather in March followed by exceptionally late frosts in late April / early May which damaged many plants. However we have our usual large range including some new introductions (see below).

Deliveries of plants can be anywhere in the EU this season and the following 2018/19 season. After that … who knows if we will still be able to send plants to other parts of Europe outside the UK.

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Click here to download last year’s catalogue for 2016/17 [new one to follow shortly]

Plants from our nursery are sent out from November until mid March.

New introductions for 2017/18 season include:


American persimmons Meader, Yates
Apricot Kioto
Bamboos Phyllostachys aurea, Semiarundinaria fastuosa
Blackberries Agawam, Black Butte, Black Giant, Merton Thornless, Triple Crown
Blueberries Brigitta, Chandler
Cornus capitata
Damson Blue Violet
Echinacea purpurea


Elderberries Korsor, Viridis
Fig Red Bordeaux
Gages Lindsey, Reine Claude Violet
Glechoma hederacea
Hawthorns C.pojarkove, C.pontica, C.zbiginiew
Lupinus x russellii
Mulberry Pendula


Myrtle
Pears Benita Rafzas, Beurre Superfin
Plum Juna
Raspberries Autumn Treasure, Cowichan
Saskatoons Honeywood, JB30
Sea buckthorn Friesdorfer Orange
Stachys palustris – marsh woundwort
Walnuts Lara, Red Danube

 

“I am delighted with the plants hence this thank you note. They seem so refreshingly vibrant and well-established compared to the hastily-potted specimens one often comes across in this day and age. The packaging was easy to deal with and to recycle and I appreciate the care taken in your instructions re delivery. Many thanks again for your care and attention – it is very much appreciated.” EL

“The raspberries I bought from you last year are busy throwing up lots and lots of new canes. I’m absolutely delighted as I’d previously bought three bundles of raspberries from a garden centre over a period of 3 years, and they all failed miserably. Thank you so much for supplying such strong and healthy canes.” CB

“I never got a chance to mail and say thank you for my recent delivery. Everything arrived safe and sound (it was all very well packed). Quality of the plants was extremely high!“ CH

“The plants we bought of you last year were way beyond all others we have bought in terms of strength and health. Keep up the good work.” MS

“Thanks ART for the great trees and fungal preparation I/we bought last autumn, nearly everything has taken.” MK

“Just a thank you for supplying such healthy young trees. They are all growing away beautifully and are in full leaf despite the rather curious spring /summer.” CF

“Just to say thank you very much, the plants arrived yesterday and are in the ground! All nice specimens and well packed, thanks. ” JB

“Many thanks for the lovely plants you sent that arrived today. They are already installed in their prepared places and are looking great. Excellent quality.” MP

As the selling season progresses, stock levels of our plants will start going down. For a current overview of plants left in stock, please navigate here:

Top FruitSoft FruitNutsUnusual Edibles & Other Plants

Most apple, pears, plums etc. are 12 to 1.8 m (4-6 ft) high. Varieties marked * are protected by plant breeder’s rights. Please see Ordering information for details of delivery charges.

 

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  • Apple (Malus domestica) Adams Pearmain / M26

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use November-March. Flower group C. Fruit medium sized, russeted, with an excellent rich, nutty, aromatic flavour. Frost tolerant.

    2 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Adams Pearmain / M27

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use November-March. Flower group C. Fruit medium sized, russeted, with an excellent rich, nutty, aromatic flavour. Frost tolerant.

    3 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Adams Pearmain / MM106

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use November-March. Flower group C. Fruit medium sized, russeted, with an excellent rich, nutty, aromatic flavour. Frost tolerant.

    3 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) American Mother / M26

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick Sept, eat Oct-Dec. Flower group D. Fruit with a juicy, spicy, aromatic flavour. Tree upright, heavy cropper, late frost tolerant. M26 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 2.5-3.5 m (8-12 ft) high.

    5 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) American Mother / M27

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick Sept, eat Oct-Dec. Flower group D. Fruit with a juicy, spicy, aromatic flavour. Tree upright, heavy cropper, late frost tolerant.

    2 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) American Mother / MM106

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick Sept, eat Oct-Dec. Flower group D. Fruit juicy, spicy aromatic flavour. Tree upright, heavy cropper, late frost tolerant. MM106 gives trees about 4 m (14 ft) high.

    7 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Annie Elizabeth / M26

    £16.00

    Cooking apple. Pick early Oct, eat Nov-June. Flower group E. Fruit large, greenish-yellow. Tree vigorous, upright, tolerant of late spring frosts. M26 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 2.5-3.5 m (8-12 ft) high.

    2 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Annie Elizabeth / M27

    £16.00

    Cooking apple. Pick early Oct, eat Nov-June. Flower group E. Fruit large, greenish-yellow. Tree vigorous, upright, tolerant of late spring frosts. M27 gives trees about 1.5-2 m (5-6½ ft) high.

    1 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Annie Elizabeth / MM106

    £16.00

    Cooking apple. Pick early Oct, eat Nov-June. Flower group E. Fruit large, greenish-yellow. Tree vigorous, upright, tolerant of late spring frosts. MM106 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 3.5 m (12 ft) high.

    3 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Ashmeads Kernel / M26

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use Dec-Feb+. Flower group D. Fruit medium-sized, greenish-yellow with some russet. Flesh aromatic, excellent flavour. Tree moderately vigorous. Also used for cider & juice. M26 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 2.5-3.5 m (8-12 ft) high.

    3 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Ashmeads Kernel / M27

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use Dec-Feb+. Flower group D. Fruit medium-sized, greenish-yellow with some russet. Flesh aromatic, excellent flavour. Tree moderately vigorous. Also used for cider & juice.

    2 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Ashmeads Kernel / MM106

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use Dec-Feb+. Flower group D. Fruit medium-sized, greenish-yellow with some russet. Flesh aromatic, excellent flavour. Tree moderately vigorous. Also used for cider & juice. MM106 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 4 m (13 ft) high.

    11 In stock.