Mini-orchard collection with free cherry tree @ Gardenbargains.com £29.99 (+ £6.99 del) + 10% quidco or 11% TCB - HotUKDeals
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Mini-orchard collection with free cherry tree @ Gardenbargains.com £29.99 (+ £6.99 del) + 10% quidco or 11% TCB £36.98

£36.98 @ Leadthegoodlife.com (gardenbargains.com)
Apologies if this has already been posted - I did a search but didn't come up with anything. Thought that this was brilliant value. Mini-orchard includes: Delicious crisp braeburn apple t… Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Apologies if this has already been posted - I did a search but didn't come up with anything.

Thought that this was brilliant value. Mini-orchard includes:

Delicious crisp braeburn apple tree
Juicy sublime conference pear
All time favourite victoria plum
Free Morello cherry tree

All trees come as 5ft tall, ready-to-plant specimens that quickly establish into 6-7ft tall heavy croppers. A 'Secret' root system restricts height, so there's a maximum yield of accessible fruit and no need for ladders or climbing. Also, they need only a small sunny space to thrive in your garden, in pots on a patio or even your balcony.

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#1
I tried growing fruit tree's in my garden in pots before, the Cherry tree died, the plum never yielded fruit and the Pear only gave me mini fruits, but it was fun.
#2
That's a good find, shame haven't got a garden......have some heat
#3
Oh dear Jerec :o( I've never planted a fruit tree before so hoping these turn out ok. There is a video on the website of the chap planting a pear tree into his border. He made it look pretty easy so hopefully I'll have some lovely fruit come the summer.
#4
I think it was just because my soil in the garden is chalky and I guess a high acid, Cherrys hate that.

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