Apricot – Early Moorpark
Apricot – Early Moorpark

An earlier form of this famous variety which was supposedly introduced from the continent to Moorpark, Herts. in the mid 18th Century. Skin pale yellow with an orange blush on the sunny side. Deep reddish-orange flesh, very juicy. Ideal for planting on walls … Read More

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Apricot – Goldcot ®
Apricot – Goldcot ®

A good reliable modern variety. Quite vigorous and healthy with regular crops of good sized fruit. Selected for its suitability for cold wet climates such as the UK. The tree is very hardy, vigorous and resistant to leaf spot. The fruit are medium to … Read More

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Apricot – Golden Glow
Apricot – Golden Glow

Found on the side of the Malvern Hills, this variety is very hardy. Crops and performs well as a free standing tree or trained on walls where spring frosts can be avoided. (Worcs. 1985)  

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Apricot – Tomcot ®
Apricot – Tomcot ®

This variety is far more reliable than other Apricots producing masses of flower and very large fruit with a strong red blush on an orange background. An intense apricot flavour. (France)  

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Braeburn
Braeburn

Braeburn is common commercial growth variety. It is a crisp aromatic apple which stores extremely well. Prefers to be planted in a sheltered, sunny spot.

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Bramley 20
Bramley 20

A compact version of Bramley’s Seedling – 20% less vigorous with heavier crops. Highly recommended for the garden especially if grown on M27 dwarf rootstock to create the perfect mini Bramley. (Bristol 1970) If variations of this product are unavailable … Read More

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Bramley’s Seedling
Bramley’s Seedling

The finest cooker in the world! Green to greenish-yellow with strong acid flavour.

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Cherry – Celeste ®
Cherry – Celeste ®

Syn : Sumpaca Van x Newstar. Dark red, large, and of excellent eating quality. Ideal for patio growing due to its naturally dwarf compact habit. (Canada 1990)

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Cherry – Merton Glory
Cherry – Merton Glory

Very large, sweet, heart-shaped fruit. An outstanding early white cherry. Shapely compact trees. Can bruise easily if roughly handled. Pollinated by Stella or Sunburst. (John Innes Institute, Surrey 1931)

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Cherry – Stella
Cherry – Stella

Lambert x J.I.2420. This was the first self fertile sweet cherry to appear that set a standard for modern high yielding varieties for garden and orchard. A large, dark red, reliable, sweet, juicy cherry with good flavour. (Canada 1968)

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Cherry – Summer Sun
Cherry – Summer Sun

This variety is very hardy and produces crops even in unfavourable areas. A good bushy shape makes the tree easy to manage. Fruits are red to dark red, firm and crunchy and have an exquisite flavour. Sets fair crops on … Read More

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Cherry – Sunburst
Cherry – Sunburst

Van x Stella. Large fruit, sweet with great flavour and texture. Self fertile and easy to pick. (Canada 1975)

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