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Thompson & Morgan fruit tree sale from £11.99

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Mirabelle de Nancy plum tree, reduced by £10 to £11.99

11 fruit trees + 1 vine reduced by around 50%


https://www.thompson-morgan.com/vip/fruit-tree-sale

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1 Like #1
Forgot to mention, use code GWRW for free delivery too.
#2
HOT .
#3
Anyone know if any of these are suitable for a pot and fairly resilient? I'm not very good at growing things...
#4
vik1
Anyone know if any of these are suitable for a pot and fairly resilient? I'm not very good at growing things...


I think one of the fig trees is recommended to be grown in a patio pot. They do sell other fruit tree as patio plants, but they're not include in the sale,....yet ;)
#5
don't forget cashback!

quidco are offering 12%
#6
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doh!
#7
Thanks maia
1 Like #8
Just ordered a rather nice looking yellow plum tree. It grows to maximum of around 2m tall so I'd say you could put that in a very large pot. If you want the fruit to swell it will need a lot of water though!
5 Likes #9
I really hope my wife doesn't see this - She's turned our entire kitchen into some sort of greenhouse/potting shed. I can't make my corn flakes without treading over egg cartons of seedlings and buckets of tree peonies.


edit: Too late.

Edited By: profet on Apr 11, 2011 21:07
1 Like #10
always wanted a fig tree.

Gosh, I'm addicted to t&m!
#11
Tesco have fruit trees in for £7.99 they had cherry and plum in my local Tesco
#12
profet
I really hope my wife doesn't see this - She's turned our entire kitchen into some sort of greenhouse/potting shed. I can't make my corn flakes without treading over egg cartons of seedlings and buckets of tree peonies.


edit: Too late.



LOL loving your wife. I'm on the same thing!
#13
Nice, thanks.
1 Like #14
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#15
Worth a go lets see if I have a bit of titmarsh in me
#16
neither of the codes working for me...
#17
hypovalaemic
neither of the codes working for me...


I was entering the codes in the wrong box!
#18
Is it possible to use both code? I've entered both but each time one substitutes the other.
#19
smk77
Is it possible to use both code? I've entered both but each time one substitutes the other.


No did not work for me either
#20
akkennan
smk77
Is it possible to use both code? I've entered both but each time one substitutes the other.


No did not work for me either


ok, looks like the free delivery is the better option for my total order then...
#21
I could do with some fruit, ive got the trots!
3 Likes #22
caroline150969
Tesco have fruit trees in for £7.99 they had cherry and plum in my local Tesco


You can get fruit trees cheaper, the thing is to consider everything. The age and size of the tree is important. T&M have a lot of species that you can't find in the supermarkets. Many of them are new trees that have been produced to resist disease, so in theory you could save a lot of money by not having to buy the stuff to treat the diseases. Also, if your fruit tree gets disease you may lose a years fruit and lose precious space in your garden for nothing.
I bought a basic Opal plum tree for a fiver at Lidl, but still think my peach tree (resistant to leaf curl) and my fig tree (a type which is hardier for our Winters) a bargain. For the specialist stuff you usually need the specialist companies imo.
#23
Would the wife notice if I bunged an 8' high apple tree in the back garden, I wonder?
#24
MAIA
caroline150969
Tesco have fruit trees in for £7.99 they had cherry and plum in my local Tesco


You can get fruit trees cheaper, the thing is to consider everything. The age and size of the tree is important. T&M have a lot of species that you can't find in the supermarkets. Many of them are new trees that have been produced to resist disease, so in theory you could save a lot of money by not having to buy the stuff to treat the diseases. Also, if your fruit tree gets disease you may lose a years fruit and lose precious space in your garden for nothing.
I bought a basic Opal plum tree for a fiver at Lidl, but still think my peach tree (resistant to leaf curl) and my fig tree (a type which is hardier for our Winters) a bargain. For the specialist stuff you usually need the specialist companies imo.


Well said. The Victoria plum at T&M is
Grafted on a 'St Julian' rootstock which is semi-dwarfing, and will produce you a medium sized 2 to 2.5m
...i.e. I know exactly what i'll end up with and what kind of space I'll need.
#25
smk77
MAIA
caroline150969
Tesco have fruit trees in for £7.99 they had cherry and plum in my local Tesco

You can get fruit trees cheaper, the thing is to consider everything. The age and size of the tree is important. T&M have a lot of species that you can't find in the supermarkets. Many of them are new trees that have been produced to resist disease, so in theory you could save a lot of money by not having to buy the stuff to treat the diseases. Also, if your fruit tree gets disease you may lose a years fruit and lose precious space in your garden for nothing.
I bought a basic Opal plum tree for a fiver at Lidl, but still think my peach tree (resistant to leaf curl) and my fig tree (a type which is hardier for our Winters) a bargain. For the specialist stuff you usually need the specialist companies imo.

Well said. The Victoria plum at T&M is
Grafted on a 'St Julian' rootstock which is semi-dwarfing, and will produce you a medium sized 2 to 2.5m
...i.e. I know exactly what i'll end up with and what kind of space I'll need.

I wasn't negging this post I was just saying that Tesco had some dunno if they were premium or bog standard, was just saying. You don't always get what you pay for I bought loads of plants from T&M last year and lots of it died I bought some cheap plants from Morrisons and they thrived all summer
#26
Has anyboy bought fruit trees from here b4? I want a fig tree but with figs on them already...
#27
Just had a bare rooted nashi tree delivered and it doesnt even have buds never mind leaves and fruits. Will give it a fortnight then get onto them if theres no signs of life
#28
you wouldn't want a bare root with leaves on.

was really tempted by the pluto flavour king but isn't self fertile. pity.
1 Like #29
jazminkennedy
Has anyboy bought fruit trees from here b4? I want a fig tree but with figs on them already...


hooray henry
Just had a bare rooted nashi tree delivered and it doesnt even have buds never mind leaves and fruits. Will give it a fortnight then get onto them if theres no signs of life


I thought jazminkennedy was just trolling tbh. There really is no way you would get a fruit tree delivered with fruit already on it. I am not expecting mine to bear fruit next year, never mind this year. I think they normally need to settle in and become established.
Hope your tree is ok and starts to bud once it's in the earth hooray henry.
1 Like #30
caroline150969

I wasn't negging this post I was just saying that Tesco had some dunno if they were premium or bog standard, was just saying. You don't always get what you pay for I bought loads of plants from T&M last year and lots of it died I bought some cheap plants from Morrisons and they thrived all summer


Morrison's annuals are very good - although I'm not sure that they'd have been any better than T&Ms had they been through the post!

Trees are different to annuals and need to be selected carefully and that's all that MAIA was pointing out and I backed up. The £7.99 Tesco tree may provide an abundance of fruit, however, because of the method used to "create" the tree it may be susceptible to disease or may grow far too big for the area you intended.

Looks at the Tesco ones as being a lucky (or unlucky) dip...you don't know what you'll end up with :-)
#31
thanks for the deal, bought 2 trees
#32
Has anyone received their trees?
#33
Den
Has anyone received their trees?


Nope, been getting a space ready in the garden :) Expecting them any day now.
#34
Terrible company!

Ordered 12th - nothing!!

No tracking info on their site - no response to my email requesting despatch dates.
#35
same here, will post on their FB page, they should respond
#36
companies tend to respond better on social forums: http://www.facebook.com/thompsonmorgan
#37
Den
companies tend to respond better on social forums: http://www.facebook.com/thompsonmorgan


No excuses - like I said terrible company - expect the worst !!!!
#38
They have responded to my FB post within 5 mins. I said FB works - get social
#39
Den
They have responded to my FB post within 5 mins. I said FB works - get social


What was their response then Den? I can't wait to see my fruit trees in their new home!
#40
I sent an email about a Magnolia I ordered a month ago. Within 24hours they had responded to my email, confirming that it will be with me by the end of May as in the delivery despatch notes. Their customer service has been good in my experience.

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