Red-flesh apple treesMalus domestica3 varieties Apple varieties which have pink or red-flesh, often producing pink-colored juice.
Cider apple treesMalus domestica37 varieties We have a range of specialist cider apple trees and can advise on planting and growing them.
Crab apple treesMalus sp.12 varieties Crab apples produce a mass of spring blossom, followed by attractive ornamental fruits which can also be used for cooking. We can advise on the best crab apple trees to suit your garden.
Pear treesPyrus communis16 varieties We have an extensive range of pear trees and can advise on choosing the best pear trees for your garden or orchard project.
Asian pear treesPyrus pyrifolia7 varieties Asian pears are grown for their golden fruits, which have a crisp sweet juicy flesh.
Perry pear treesPyrus communis6 varieties Pear cider or Perry is an increasingly popular drink, produced from traditional perry pear trees.
Cherry treesPrunus avium13 varieties Cherry trees are an excellent choice for the garden because they are at their best when eaten straight from the tree.
Sweet cherry treesPrunus avium8 varieties Sweet cherries have a sweet rich flavor and are ideal for eating out of hand.
Tart cherry treesPrunus cerasus5 varieties Tart or sour or acid cherry varieties are ideal for culinary uses.
Plum treesPrunus domestica18 varieties One of the easiest fruits to grow, we love plum trees and can advise on all aspects of choosing and planting them.
European plumsPrunus salicina7 varieties European plums are renowned for their rich flavors, and versatility for eating fresh or cooking.
Japanese plumsPrunus salicina6 varieties Japanese plums are usually larger than European plums and have a rich sweet flavor.
Peach treesPrunus persica10 varieties Peaches are not quite as easy to grow as apples or plums, but the flavor of home-grown peaches can make it worthwhile trying.