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Stone Fruit Trees


You'll find plum trees, cherry trees, peach trees and many more in this range of stone fruit trees. Patio fruit trees are ideal if you're short of space, but still want to grow your own tasty fruit. All our fruit trees are grafted on to fruit rootstocks to ensure the best quality trees and fruit crops. Read our handy 'how to grow fruit trees' guide to help you choose the best fruit tree for your garden.



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Apricot 'Flavourcot'®

Prunus armeniaca

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Specially bred for the cooler UK climate, to produce huge crops of large egg sized, delicious orange-red fruits with outstanding colour, texture and flavour. Being late flowering, Apricot 'Flavourcot'® is also frost resistant so you will always get a crop. This variety is ideal for cooking, as well as being sweet and juicy when eaten fresh from the tree in August.

Propagated onto 'Mont Clare' rootstock to create a small, manageable tree that is proven to give a bigger crop of apricots. Apricot 'Flavourcot'® is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: Up to 2.5m (8') Rootstock: Mont Clare.


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 feathered maiden tree

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
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    • £32.99

Peach 'Avalon Pride'

Prunus persica

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  • The first Peach Leaf Curl resistant variety!
  • Perfect to grow in UK conditions

This unique peach was discovered as a chance seedling in Washington State, near Seattle. Peach 'Avalon Pride' bears pretty pink flowers followed by large, deliciously juicy fruits from early August.


Propagated onto 'Mont Clare' rootstock, which is very productive with medium vigour, and makes peach trees less susceptible to frost damage. Peach 'Avalon Pride' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 2m (6') Rootstock: Mont Clare.


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 feathered maiden tree

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
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    • £34.99

Peach 'Crimson Bonfire®' (patio)

Prunus persica

  • NEW in 2014

A true, naturally dwarf peach tree from California with striking burgundy leaves. Pretty pink blossom in spring is followed by full-size fruits which are deep orange-red in colour and have a deliciously sweet flavour. Peach 'Crimson Bonfire® makes a dramatic and unusual container specimen and is sure to be a talking point in your garden! When growing peach trees on the patio, use a large 60cm (24") diameter container filled with a soil based compost such as John Innes No 3.


Propagated onto Peach Seedling rootstock and specifically bred to be dwarf. Peach 'Crimson Bonfire®' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 1m (3') Rootstock: Peach Seedling.


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 4 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 patio tree

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
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    • £34.99

Stone Fruit Collection

Prunus persica, Prunus armeniaca

Years ago growing nectarines, peaches and apricots used to be considered difficult for many gardeners. But times have changed and with a warmer climate and modern breeding, it's never been easier to grow your own mouth-watering stone fruits.


The fruit trees in this collection are propagated onto 'Mont Clare' rootstock to create productive, manageable trees with medium vigour. These trees are self-fertile and therefore do not require pollination companions. The fruits can be harvested in August. Height and spread: Up to 3m (9'). Rootstock: Mont Clare .


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.


  • Collection comprises 1 tree each of:
  • Peach 'Avalon Pride' - The first Peach Leaf Curl resistant variety bearing pretty pink flowers followed by large, deliciously juicy fruits.
  • Apricot 'Flavourcot®' - Specially bred for the cooler UK climate, to produce huge crops of large egg sized, delicious orange-red fruits with outstanding colour, texture and flavour.

Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 2 feathered maidens - 1 of each variety

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
    • SAVE £10.99  
    • £65.98 £54.99

Peach 'Bonanza' (patio)

Prunus persica

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A Californian bred, genetic dwarf peach producing a 'mop head' of full size leaves on a small tree, making it ideal for growing in containers. Each spring Peach 'Bonanza' is covered in a mass of pink blossom, followed by delicious full sized fruits that can be harvested in August. When growing peach trees on the patio, use a large 60cm (24") diameter container filled with a soil based compost such as John Innes No 3.


Propagated onto St Julien' rootstock and specifically bred to be dwarf. Peach 'Bonanza' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 1m (3') Rootstock: St. Julien.


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 4 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 patio tree

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
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    • £34.99

Nectarine 'Necterella' (patio)

Prunus persica var. nectarina, Patio fruit tree

Bred in California, Nectarine 'Necterella' is a genetically dwarf variety, making it ideal for growing in containers. The delicious crop of nectarines can be harvested in August from an attractive 'mop head' of branches.


Propagated onto 'St Julien' rootstock and specifically bred to be dwarf. Nectarine 'Necterella' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 1.5m (5') Rootstock: St. Julien.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 patio tree

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

Peach 'Sauzee Bell'®

Prunus persica

Flattened 'doughnut' peaches have gained recent popularity in the supermarkets for their unusual shape and exceptional sweet flavour. Peach 'Sauzee Bell'® is one of the tastiest with a small stone and plenty of delicious, juicy flesh.

Propagated onto 'Mont Clare' rootstock, which is very productive with medium vigour, and makes peach trees less susceptible to frost damage. Peach 'Sauzee Bell'® is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 2.5m (8') Rootstock: Mont Clare.


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 feathered maiden tree

    • Despatch:
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    • £37.99
    • Out of stock

Apricot 'Aprigold'® (patio)

Prunus armeniaca

With red tinged growing tips and pale pink spring blossom, this naturally dwarf Apricot tree makes a pretty container plant. Good yields of deliciously sweet, full sized fruits can be harvested each year from late July. Apricot 'Aprigold'® makes a superb patio fruit tree – the perfect feature for smaller gardens.


Propagated onto 'Peach Seedling' rootstock to create a small, manageable tree. Apricot 'Aprigold'® is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 1m (39") Rootstock: Peach Seedling.


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 patio tree

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
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    • £34.99

Aprium 'Cot 'n Candy'®

Prunus, Apricot-Plum Hybrid

Get the best of both worlds with this amazing hybrid fruit tree. Part apricot and part plum, the crunchy fruits have are plum-shaped with an intensely sweet apricot flavour. Aprium 'Cot 'n Candy'® produces good yields of these unusual, mouth-watering fruits that can be harvested from early August.



Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 4 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 maiden tree

    • Despatch:
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    • £37.99
    • Out of stock

Peach 'Peregrine'

Prunus persica

The best English variety since its introduction in 1906! In March early pink blossoms provide eye-catching displays, followed by red flushed white skinned fruits from mid August. This delicious white fleshed peach is a favourite tree for wall training.


Propagated onto 'St. Julien' rootstock, which is very productive with medium vigour, and makes peach trees less susceptible to frost damage. Peach 'Peregrine' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 3m (9') Rootstock: St. Julien.


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 feathered maiden tree

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    • £29.99
    • Out of stock

Nectarine 'Fantasia'

Prunus persica var. nectarina

One of the best garden varieties, Nectarine 'Fantasia' is easy to grow with very good resistance to frost. This mouth-watering nectarine produces an excellent crop of vivid orange-red fruits with juicy yellow flesh and a 'free' stone that can be harvested in August. Early harvests have a fresh tangy flavour, while later pickings taste rich and sweet.

Propagated onto 'Mont Clare' rootstock to create a medium sized, manageable tree that is proven to give a bigger crop of nectarines. Nectarine 'Fantasia' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: Up to 2.5m (8') Rootstock: Mont Clare.


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 feathered maiden tree

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
    •  
    • £32.99

Apricot 'Orange Summer'®

Prunus armeniaca

Apricot 'Orange Summer'® produces firm, attractive fruits with a true, sweet apricot flavour. This late maturing variety can be harvested from the end of August and unlike other apricots, they can be picked and enjoyed from the tree for over a month with the fruits remaining in good condition.


Propagated onto 'Peach Seedling' rootstock to create a small, manageable tree that is proven to give a bigger crop of apricots. Apricot 'Orange Summer'® is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: Up to 2.5m (8') Rootstock: Peach Seedling


Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years.
Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 feathered maiden tree

    • Despatch:
    •  
    • £32.99
    • Out of stock