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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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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

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    • 1 feathered maiden tree

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
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    • £29.99

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

More info
    • 3 maiden trees - 1 of each variety

    • Despatch: By end of November 2014
    • SAVE £17.98  
    • £77.97 £59.99

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

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    • 1 feathered maiden tree

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    • £32.99
    • Out of stock

Nectarine 'Madame Blanchette'

Prunus persica var. nectarina

Pale orange-red skins and juicy white flesh make the fruits of Nectarine 'Madame Blanchette' particularly appealing. This vigorous Nectarine produces reliable crops of mouth-watering, sweet fruits that taste delicious eaten freshly picked. For the heaviest crops, try fan training this superb variety against a hot, sunny wall.

Propagated onto 'St. Julien' rootstock to create a medium sized, manageable tree that is proven to give a bigger crop of nectarines. Nectarine 'Madame Blanchette' is self-fertile and therefore does not require a pollination companion. Height and spread: Up to 3m (9') 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 feathered maiden tree

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    • £29.99
    • Out of stock

Plum/Cot Collection

Prunus, Apricot-Plum Hybrid

Get the best of both worlds with these amazing hybrid fruit trees. Part plum and part apricot, these two interspecific hybrids produce unique fruits that can be enjoyed from August onwards.


These naturally small trees are grafted onto a semi-dwarfing rootstock, to produce compact, productive trees. Pluot 'Purple Candy'® and Aprium Cot 'n' Candy'® are both self-fertile and therefore do not require pollination companions. Height and spread: 2.5m (8'). Rootstock: Peach Seedling.


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


  • Collection comprises:
  • Aprium 'Cot 'n' Candy'® - Part apricot and part plum, the crunchy fruits have are plum-shaped with an intensely sweet apricot flavour.
  • 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.

Useful links:

How to grow fruit treesFruit rootstock guide

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    • 2 maiden trees - 1 of each variety

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    • £75.98 £59.99
    • Out of stock

Sloe 'Southampton Selection'

Prunus spinosa, Blackthorn

  • New in 2014
Also known as Blackthorn, this thorny native shrub is well known for its small stone fruits or 'sloes' which are popular for making fruit liqueurs! Sloe 'Southampton Selection' grows into a more manageable tree or shrub than the wild form and produces heavier crops. Masses of fabulous white blossom in early spring is followed by spherical blue-black fruits which ripen in October. Although unpleasant eaten raw, sloe berries are fantastic for making sloe gin, jellies and puddings. Grow sloe bushes as part of a mixed hedge, in a shrub border or in wildlife gardens where the spring blossom provides an early source of nectar and pollen for bees. Also copes well with coastal conditions. Height: 5m (16'). Spread: 4m (13').
More info
    • 1 x sloe tree

    • Despatch: By end of October 2014
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    • £26.99