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Fruit Tree Advice

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Apple Trees with Frost Resistant Flowers
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Apple Tree Varieties with Frost Resistant Flowers  While we have a huge list of apple trees, some varieties are better suited for areas (roughly south of Leeds) that habitually suffer from late spring frosts and/or are in a frost pocket or cold pool valley. Apple trees are incredibly hardy...

Apple Trees for the North & Scotland
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Apple Tree Varieties Suitable for Scotland & the North  This is a list of apple trees that will grow and crop well in the Northern & Scottish climate. Not all of these trees have frost-resistant flowers. If you live in an especially harsh frost pocket or cold pool valley, we reco...

Apple Trees for the North & Scotland - Extra Hardy
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Apple Tree Varieties Suitable for Frost Pockets in Scotland & the North  All of these apple trees are tough as nails. Not only will they crop well in the North and Scotland, they also have frost-resistant flowers. If your site is sheltered and less frost prone, look at this larg...

Advice on Buying Cherry Trees
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Your cherry trees will be providing you with delicious fruit for many years to come: we want to make sure you choose the right ones for your garden.  Your available space will determine the shape of tree that you can grow. There are 2 main options: Fan Trained Cherry Trees: This space-s...

Advice on Buying Pear Trees
18 Jul 2016

Pear Trees - Help with Buying  Buying pear trees is easy as long as you follow a couple of simple rules. when you know how. Hopefully we cover all the important things about our pear trees for sale but if you think we have left something out, please tell us Pear Trees and garden size Your...

Apple Tree Pollination
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Pollinating your Apple Trees Increases your crop Size  Use our easy pollination checking tool here. Cross pollination happens when two apple trees of different but compatible varieties are in flower at the same time and the pollen from one fertilises the flower of the other. All apple...

Cherry Tree Pollination
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Use our easy pollination checking tool here. We grow a good range of self fertile sweet Cherry Trees that do not need to be pollinated.  However, more than half of our range, including all the earliest cropping cherries, will need a pollination partner to bear fruit. Pollination Group...

Plum Tree Pollination
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Guide to Pollinating Plum Trees  Use our easy pollination checking tool here. Plums, Gages, Damsons, Mirabelles and Bullaces are all very closely related trees in the Group Prunus domestica. They will all happily pollinate each other, when they are in flower at the same time. How the ...

Pear Tree Pollination
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Pollinating Pear Trees - Choosing a Partner  Use our easy pollination checking tool here. Many pear trees need to be cross-pollinated with another variety to make fruit. To help you choose the right trees to pollinate each other, we have put them into 4 groups in the colour coded tab...

Fruit Tree Harvesting
18 Jul 2016

How soon will my fruit tree crop?  Almost all fruit trees (apart from maidens) will try to bear fruit in the year they are planted and it is really tempting to let them do so. No need to list the reasons as they only make following this advice more difficult....don't. Instead, please do th...

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