Grow some of the UK’s favourite fruit varieties in your own garden!
Grown on dwarfing root stocks, these fruit trees will always be compact and are perfect for patio pots. Easy to grow and ‘self-fertile’ (so no pollinator required).
Cherry Stella: Unlike most other sweet cherry varieties, it will thrive in slightly exposed locations but can also be grown in a pot on your patio. The sweetly flavoured dark-skinned, plump and juicy, aromatic fruits will be ready to pick from mid late July each year.
Nectarine Fantasia: Not only is it tough and hardy withstanding the worst of winter weather but it reliably produces delicious bright red fruits in British summers. Fantasia is self-fertile too so you'll not need to worry about pollination.
Apricot Hungarian Best: Produces large, golden-orange fruit, with a lovely sweet and juicy flavour. One of the hardiest varieties making it perfect for growin in the UK
Apple Braeburn: The crisp and juicy white flesh of Apple Braeburn is considered by many to be the perfect sweet/tangy flavour balance, literally providing a flavour explosion with every mouthful!
Plum Stanley: The deep violet fruits cover orange-yellow flesh that is satisfyingly firm, very sweet and juicy. Delicious eaten straight from the tree
Pear Williams: An great pear for poaching with its sweet flavour. This early fruiting pear which fruits turn yellow as it ripens are also delicious picked straight from the tree.