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Apple Bountiful
A mid-season, heavy-cropping variety of cooking apple with light, sweet and juicy yellow-green fruits.
£49.99
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Apple Egremont Russet
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Apple Egremont Russet
Dessert cultivar producing consistently strong crops of yellow-green fruits with some red flushing with a characteristic nutty flavour.
from £47.99
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Apple Herefordshire Russet
White to pale pink flowers in spring followed by sweet, russet-coloured fruits in late autumn.
£49.99
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Apple Little Pax
A late season dessert apple with sweet, aromatic, bright red fruit with yellow markings. Stores well over winter. Masses of pink and white spring blossom.
£49.99
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Apricot Moorpark
A self-fertile cultivar suitable for the British climate with attractive spring blossom.
£49.99
Cherry Morello
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Cherry Morello
A dark red acid cherry, excellent for preserves and tarts. Self-fertile. Regular, good crops and very attractive blossom.
£49.99
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Greengage Reine-claude Verte
An old-fashioned variety with white flowers in spring followed by edible green fruits for harvesting mid to late summer.
£47.99
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Mulberry Mojo Berry
A naturally dwarf cultivar with light-green, heart-shaped leaves producing fluffy, catkin-like, green flowers in late spring and early summer followed by juicy fruits starting pale green through pale pink, red and finally black.
£45.00

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Peach Peregrine
Light green and crimson, white-fleshed fruits from mid-August to early September. Best grown in a sheltered position.
£49.99
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Pear Beurre Alexandre Lucas
A French variety from the late 19th century producing delicious, melt-in-the-mouth pears. Good for storing, the fruits will keep for up to two months if harvested just before they are ripe.
£47.99
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Pear Conference
A dessert pear producing white flowers in spring with green fruits in autumn.
from £47.99
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