Please see our wholesaler’s catalogue for a fuller list of varieties:
£17.00 container grown young bush. £50.00 Fan. £38.00 quarter standard. Self-fertile.
Brown Turkey Probably the hardiest fig for outdoors, or inside the greenhouse.The most reliable cropping variety for UK conditions.
Brunswick large long fruit, yellow fleshed, red centre, hand shaped leaves.
Dalmatie very large green quality fruit and attractive foliage
Figure Panache attractive STRIPED yellow/green fruit, yellow and pink flesh.
Ice Crystal ornamental deeply divided leaves, small sweet fruit
Jordan hardy red fruit cropping from an early age
Noir de Carombe high quality black fig
White Marseilles large, pale green, pear shaped, ok outdoors in south UK.
£39.00 container grown half-standards
|Chelsea [= King James] @ £40.00
Giant Fruit @ £36.00
|Grown from cuttings from a tree in the Chelsea Physick Garden, planted by King James.Very good flavour.
Berries 2 or 3 times longer than usual, same delicious flavour.
||Large fruited old form of Black Mulberry derived from a tree in Jerusalem. Early and delicious. sold out|
|Wellington @ 40.00||black x red hybrid, long cylindrical fruit, dark red, good flavour, long cropping season.|
On thorn rootstock, £20.00, bare rooted.
Pot grown, £37.00 .
Hedging hawthorn -the native Crataegus monogyna, and also Crataegus prunifolia, are listed on the Hedging page.
|Crataegus arnoldiana||Well flavoured large red fruits; beautiful small tree to 4 metres. Bare-rooted.|
||Glastonbury Thorn – famous winter & summer blooming thorn. A variety of our common native hawthorn. To 6 metres. sold out|
|Crataegus orientalis||Oriental Thorn – large yellow/red haws, grey/green leaves; small handsome tree. sold out|
|Crataegus pinnatifida var. major ‘Big Golden Star’||grown for market for its large red, not golden, fruit in central Asia. Pot grown.|
|Crataegus succulenta ‘Jubilee’||A form of this North American specie with larger red fruits. Pot grown.|
|Crataegus schraderiana||small silvery leaved tree; large purplish red fruits, the best for eating raw according to Ken Fern. 7L pot grown £37.00|