If you've got the space to grow pawpaw trees, we really recommend giving these exotic fruits a go. The self-fertile trees will be pollinated by insects and produce delicious, tropical fruits that can be harvested from September.
Often associated with more tropical climates, the pomegranate actually has exceptional resistance to low temperatures - down to as low as -15 ºC and can be reliably grown in the UK. Enjoy the sweet-sharp fruit flesh or use the fragrant pomegranate 'kernels' to make a fragrant juice which is shown to have many health-giving properties. Cropping well outdoors in the UK, pomegranate makes a decorative, shrubby tree of 4-5ft tall (120-150cm) best planted in a border, where it will produce pretty red flowers in late spring. Fruits form at the base of the flowers and are fully ripe in October and No ... More Info
1 x 3 litre potted pomegranate plant (T14152) Despatch: by end of May 2018
Increasingly available - although not cheaply - in supermarkets, the persimmon or Sharon fruit originated in China, where it has long been associated with good health. This non-astringent type will produce abundant crops of sweet-tasting, attractive yellow orange fruits that hang on the tree, ripening well into December, long after the leaves have fallen. A self fertile variety, the tree grows well in the UK and will reach about 3m in height after 15 years More Info
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