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Apple, James Grieve

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Apple, James Grieve Malus domestica James Grieve From £22.99
Cherry, Sunburst

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Cherry, Sunburst Prunus avium Sunburst From £22.99
Pear, Beurre Hardy

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Pear, Beurre Hardy Pyrus communis Beurre Hardy From £22.99
Pear, Comice

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Pear, Comice Pyrus communis Doyenne du Comice From £22.99
Pear, Louise Bonne of Jersey

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Pear, Louise Bonne of Jersey Pyrus communis Louise Bonne of Jersey From £22.99
Plum, Opal

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Plum, Opal Prunus domestica Opal From £22.99
Plum, Victoria

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Plum, Victoria Prunus domestica Victoria From £22.99
Apple, Delcorf, Mini Patio

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Apple, Delcorf, Mini Patio Malus domestica Delcorf / Delbarestivale From £39.99
Apple, Elstar, Mini Patio

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Apple, Elstar, Mini Patio Malus domestica 'Elstar' From £39.99
Apple, Topaz, Mini Patio

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Apple, Topaz, Mini Patio Malus domestica Topaz From £39.99
Apple, Santana, Mini Patio

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Apple, Santana, Mini Patio Malus domestica Santana From £39.99
Fig, Little Miss Figgy

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Fig, Little Miss Figgy Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy' From £22.99
Pear, Gieser Wildeman, Mini Patio

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Pear, Gieser Wildeman, Mini Patio Pyrus communis Gieser Wildeman From £39.99

This selection of mini fruit trees is recommended for growing in large patio pots and small gardens. They are perfect for children to learn about growing fruit trees, but there will be no swinging on these modest sized branches! 

Dwarf fruit trees produce the same size and quality of fruit as a normal tree of the same variety, it is only the tree itself that is small and slow growing; this is achieved through clever grafting techniques and specific rootstocks that inhibit the tree's growth.

Growing Fruit Trees in Pots

  • Patio fruit trees are only sold in pots, never bareroot, and can be planted year round.
  • The pots they arrive in are too small to grow in. Plants can rest in them for months if you keep them moist, not soaking or dry
  • You should work your way up through larger pots to at least 25 litres. 
  • Going in stages requires only a few reusable pots: it saves potting soil, water, feed, and gets better performance from the tree when repotting is done well.


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Allow your patio fruit tree to thrive by planting it in a large container and placing it in a sunny, sheltered spot.
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