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Nut Trees


Featuring hazelnut (cobnut), almond and walnut trees, our range of quality nut trees make attractive additions to the garden, giving colour in winter months and heavy crops of nuts from late summer/early autumn.



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Walnut 'Lara'

Juglans regia, Common Walnut, Persian Walnut

Walnut trees make a magnificent feature for the larger garden. French Walnut 'Lara' is a spur bearing variety and slightly more compact than others, although it will still make spectacular proportions. This early bearing walnut produces excellent quality nuts with a unique creamy flavour from September.


Walnut 'Lara' is propagated onto 'Juglans regia' rootstock. It is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Walnut trees may be slow to establish but will begin to produce nuts after about four years. Height: 12m (39'). Spread: 9m (29').


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 4 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 10 years.


Useful links:

Fruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 tree

    • Despatch: By end of December 2014
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    • £44.99

Almond 'Robijn'

Prunus dulcis, Prunus amygdalus, Almond Oil Plant, Sweet Almond

This beautiful sweet almond makes a highly ornamental tree bearing showy, light pink blossom in spring. Grafted on a semi-dwarfing 'St Julian' rootstock, Almond 'Robijn' will form a medium sized, spreading tree with excellent resistance to peach leaf curl. In areas with mild, frost free winters the soft shelled nuts will form if from the third year after planting, and can be harvested from late august. Although perfectly hardy, almond trees require a frost free winter and a warm dry summer in order to produce a crop. As Almond 'Robijn' is grafted onto peach rootstock it is advised not to plant near peaches as hybridisation may occur resulting in bitter nuts. Almonds are self fertile but pollination is improved when more than one almond tree is grown. Height and spread: 3.5m (11').

Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 3 years.


Useful links:

Fruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 tree

    • Despatch: By end of December 2014
    •  
    • £34.99

Almond 'Garden Prince' (patio)

Prunus dulcis, Prunus amygdalus, Almond Oil Plant, Sweet Almond

  • NEW in 2014

A very attractive, naturally dwarf almond tree which is ideal for the patio! Boasting an abundance of pretty pink blossom in early spring, Almond ‘Garden Prince’ is grafted on to dwarfing ‘VVA1’ rootstock to form a small tree with good resistance to peach leaf curl. Although perfectly hardy, almond trees require a frost free winter and a warm dry summer in order to produce a crop. Sweet almonds bloom early in the year when few pollinating insects are around so flowers will need pollinating by hand for good crops. Height and spread: 1.2m (4’). Rootstock VVA1.

Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 3 years.


Useful links:

Fruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 patio tree

    • Despatch: By end of December 2014
    •  
    • £34.99