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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 '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

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    • 1 patio tree

    • Despatch: By end of April 2015
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    • £34.99

Plum 'Full Season Collection'

Prunus domestica

Plums are delicious eaten fresh, or made into a plum crumble or jam. As supermarkets are reluctant to offer the best tasting varieties due to thin skins and bruising, growing your own is the best way to enjoy the real flavour that this fruit can offer.


Plum 'Full Season Collection' are grafted onto a semi-dwarfing rootstock, to produce compact, productive trees. Although these varieties are all partially self fertile, when planted together they will aid pollination and increase yields between each other for an extended cropping period from July to September. Height and spread: 3.5m (11'). Rootstock: St. Julien A.


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


  • Collection comprises 1 tree each of:
  • Plum 'Opal' - Slightly earlier to crop than 'Victoria', this dessert plum produces a heavy crop of excellent quality, small, yellow skinned fruits with an attractive red flush in July and August.
  • Plum 'Victoria' - Britain's best known plum and undoubtedly the nation's favourite. This reliable British bred garden variety produces heavy crops of egg shaped, medium sized fruits that are ideal for both culinary and dessert use.
  • Plum 'Seneca' - Produces a late September crop of red skinned fruits with a free stone that falls easily away from the delicious bright yellow-orange flesh.

Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

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    • 3 maiden trees - 1 of each variety

    • Despatch: By end of May 2015
    • SAVE £11.98  
    • £66.97 £54.99

Plum 'Victoria' & 'Greengage' Collection

Prunus domestica

This classic collection will produce heavy yields of delicious plums from late August. Grafted onto semi-dwarfing rootstocks, they will form compact, productive trees. Although these varieties are partially self fertile, when planted together they will aid pollination and increase yields between each other. Height and spread: 3.5m (11'). Rootstock: St. Julien A.


  • Collection comprises:
  • Plum 'Victoria' - Britain's best known plum and undoubtedly the nation's favourite. This reliable British bred garden variety produces heavy crops of egg shaped, medium sized fruits that are ideal for both culinary and dessert use. Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years. Estimated time to best yields: 4 years.
  • Greengage - The original greengage plum producing good yields of attractive, deliciously sweet-flavoured yellow-green fruits. Estimated time to cropping once planted: 2 years. Estimated time to best yields: 5 years.

Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

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    • 2 maiden trees - 1 of each variety

    • Despatch: By end of May 2015
    • SAVE £3.99  
    • £43.98 £39.99

Cherry 'Regina' (patio)

Prunus avium, Sweet Cherry, Patio fruit tree

Grafted very high up on a dwarfing rootstock to encourage a more compact growing habit, Cherry 'Regina' is superb for small gardens and patio containers. From July to August, this delicious dessert cherry produces firm, dark red fruits with excellent flavour. With pink spring blossom and an abundance of summer fruit, this dwarf cherry tree makes a very decorative and productive plant for the patio.


Grafted onto a dwarfing rootstock, to produce a compact, productive cherry tree with good sized fruits. This cherry is well suited to growing in small spaces and 60cm (2') diameter containers, or trained against a wall. 'Regina' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 1.2m (4') Rootstock: Gisella® 5.


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


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

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    • 1 patio tree

    • Despatch: By end of May 2015
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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 'Montclare' 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: Montclare .


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

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    • 2 feathered maidens - 1 of each variety

    • Despatch: By end of November 2015
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    • £65.98 £54.99

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 'Montclare' 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: Montclare.


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


Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

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    • 1 feathered maiden tree

    • Despatch: By end of May 2015
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    • £32.99

Plum 'Opal'

Prunus domestica

 Customer Rating

Plum 'Opal' is one of the most reliable garden varieties, and is suitable for growing throughout the country. Slightly earlier to crop than 'Victoria', this dessert plum produces a heavy crop of excellent quality, small, yellow skinned fruits with an attractive red flush in July and August. The golden flesh easily separates from its stone and has a delicious gage flavour.


Grafted onto a semi-dwarfing rootstock, to produce a compact, productive tree. Plum 'Opal' is partially self-fertile but will produce a better yield if planted with a pollination companion such as Plum 'Victoria'. Height and spread: 2.5m (8'). Rootstock: St. Julien A.


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: By end of May 2015
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    • £22.99

Peach 'Pix Zee'

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 'Pix Zee' 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 'Pix Zee' 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

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    • 1 bare root tree

    • Despatch: By end of May 2015
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    • £34.99

Plum 'Seneca'

Prunus domestica

 Customer Rating
  • The largest plum we have ever seen!

Plum 'Seneca' produces red skinned fruits with a free stone that falls easily away from the delicious bright yellow-orange flesh. This delicious dessert plum is perfect for extending the season when planted with earlier fruiting varieties, as the fruits of 'Seneca' will not ripen until mid September.


Grafted onto a semi-dwarfing rootstock, to produce a compact, productive tree. Plum 'Seneca' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 2.5m (8'). Rootstock: St. Julien A.


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: By end of May 2015
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    • £28.99

Nectarine 'Necta Zee'

Prunus persica var. nectarina, Patio fruit tree

Bred in California, Nectarine 'Necta Zee' 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 'Necta Zee' 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

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    • 1 bare root plant

    • Despatch: By end of May 2015
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    • £34.99

Pluot 'Purple Candy'®

Prunus, Plum-Apricot Hybrid

Get the best of both worlds with this amazing hybrid fruit tree. Pluot 'Purple Candy'® combines the fragrant taste of an apricot and the juiciness of a plum in large, smooth, red skinned fruits that can be harvested from August.


This naturally small tree is grafted onto a semi-dwarfing rootstock, to produce a compact, productive tree. Pluot 'Purple Candy'® is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: 2.5m (8'). 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 maiden tree

    • Despatch: By end of May 2015
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    • £39.99

Plum 'Thames Cross'

Prunus domestica

Developed in the 1930’s, Plum ‘Thames Cross’ was intended for the commercial market but found to bruise too easily during transportation. This is certainly one of the best tasting plums with a flavour similar to the ever popular Victoria plum. The pale apricot coloured fruits are particularly large and can be harvested from September. These sweet, juicy plums are delicious when picked straight from the tree, or cooked in pies and jams.

Grafted onto a semi-dwarfing rootstock, to produce a compact, productive tree. Plum ‘Thames Cross’ is partially self-fertile but will produce a better yield if planted with a pollination companion such as Plum ‘Victoria’. Height and spread: 2.5m (8’). Rootstock: St. Julien A.


Useful links:

Fruit rootstock guide

More info
    • 1 bare root maiden tree

    • Despatch: By end of November 2015
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    • £28.99