Mini Orchard Collection - 3 Bare Root Fruit Trees 1.4M tall £22.49 @amazon.co.uk
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Mini Orchard Collection - 3 Bare Root Fruit Trees 1.4M tall £22.49 @amazon.co.uk

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Found 5th Nov
3 bare root fruit trees (Apple 'Braeburn' Pear 'Conference' and Plum 'Victoria').

"These top quality, Professional Standard fruit trees mean YOU can now grow full sized crops in your garden or even in pots on your patio! What's more, you can expect to be picking your first juicy fresh fruit in the first year! The crop will increase year on year, eventually giving you hundreds of pounds of produce per season and costing literally pennies per lb over their long life of over 50 years! Theyre Self Fertile and grown on Dwarfing Rootstocks so they so will pollinate themselves and always be compact. The beautiful, fragrant blossom in spring will precede the fruits, with Victoria cropping from July, Conference in September and Braeburn in October. Delicious fresh from the tree, but make perfect jams and preserves or can be stored for later use. Conference and Braeburn will even keep until Christmas!"

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Just what I was looking for, many thanks ordered

Is autumn a good time to plant these?

turbo_c12 m ago

Is autumn a good time to plant these?


As far as I'm aware yes, the soil is still reasonably warm so this will encourage root growth before the worst winter weather.

I've had a dwarf Braeburn for a few years and each year in amazed at how well it does! My apples can stay on my tree till Xmas and taste lovely. They are mostly full size too, some are bigger than shop ones.
I got mine from Aldi I think.
Edited by: "mymymy" 5th Nov

mymymy10 m ago

I've had a dwarf Braeburn for a few years and each year in amazed at how …I've had a dwarf Braeburn for a few years and each year in amazed at how well it does! My apples can stay on my tree till Xmas and taste lovely.


Might have to see if my last few remain on the tree until then. Have already picked most of them today, as it was dry.

For those buying these will need tubs to go in, these should be fine to start with - gardenbargains.com/ite…ots

turbo_c1 h, 14 m ago

Is autumn a good time to plant these?



It's the best time. Plants will have time to bed down and get ready for next year.

I've never stored mine. I get up to 25-30 but I've got some long and low branches and I have to prop them up. I need to prime it back a bit, it's straight.

Any joy with mini cherry Tree? Anyone thanks in advance

Good price but if you just want to get a decent single plant then pay more and get a good one that you can examine in person

Thanks, just what I was after for my garden

Despite the first year fruit hype, it isnt guaranteed. My friend and I both bought these from a reputable supplier 4 years ago, and other than a single fruit on his the first year, neither of us had any real fruit growth until this year on the apple trees.

Plenty of fruit on the cherry tree from the 2nd year though, although we didnt get to eat much of it as the pigeons keep finding their way through the nets and eating it all.

If I live in a area full of other random trees do I need to worry about pollinator partners?
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