GardenersDream Patio Fruit Trees are perfect to grow in small gardens, borders & containers. These fruit bushes will grow premium grade crop, producing nutritious and fresh fruits in your garden. They are low maintenance and easy to grow. Very attractive during the Spring blossom months and have a lovely bright foliage during the Autumn season.
Malus domestica Apple Trees - Produce heavy crops of fruit earlier in the season and are ready for picking as soon as August. The fruits keep well and can be stored for several weeks after picking. Plant your Apple Discovery, Jonagold or Elstar in fertile, well-drained soil in a sunny area. It does need to be cross-pollinated by another tree from the same flowering group. These lovely Apple trees hold an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
Prunus avium 'Stella Cherry Tree - The cherries hold a refreshing, rich, sweet flavour and good texture perfect for eating fresh off the tree though they do tend to crack and split in wet climates. The spreading branches carry dark green leaves and clusters of small, sweetly scented white flowers during the Spring followed by large, glossy dark red cherries during mid-Summer. Plant in moist, fertile, well-drained soil and keep in full or partial sun. can be fan trained or grown free standing. Birds tend to eat the fruit, so some netting is advised.
Prunus domestica Plum Trees - A hardy and tough tree that can tolerate most soil types except very chalky or badly drained areas. This tree is very reliable and will produce heavy crops of fruit ready for picking in late August. The fruits are preceded by lovely white flowers in April and May that attract birds and butterflies into your garden. The fruits are oval in shape and have a pale red to purple skin flushed with golden-yellow. The flesh is golden-yellow and juicy with a delicious sweet flavour. Prunus domestica 'Victoria' & ‘Opal’ has its heritage in Sussex in the 19th century.
Prunus 'Nucipersica' Nectarine Tree - This dwarf fruiting garden tree produces sweet and fresh red-skinned nectarines after vibrant pink flowers during Spring time. The 'Nucipersica' variety are self-fertile, so they don’t require additional trees to help settle. This tree is very reliable and will ripen the fruit ready for picking in July - August. Nectarine fruit plants are easy to grow and don't require any pruning. Situate the tree in a bright, full sun spot. Make sure to keep the specimen well fed and watered.
Prunus 'Pesica' Peach Tree - Adapted for patio container growing, these red skinned fruits have a firm but juicy yellow flesh that is refreshingly sweet. In Spring the branches of the Prunus 'Persica' are accommodated by a beautiful pink blossom. Its compact growing habit make it a perfect plant for an area where space is limited. They prefer loose and fertile soils, as well as a sunny position with partial ventilation, keeping the plant sheltered in the colder months.
Pyrus communis 'Conference' Pear Tree - These fruits are long and narrow in shape with an olive-green colour and a firm, juicy flesh with a sweet rosewater flavour. 'Conference' is a hardy tree that will tolerate most conditions, including the cooler northern regions. The tree is self-fertile, which means that it will grow and offer fruit as a stand-alone tree and does not require another pear tree nearby to pollinate it. The tree has a columnar shape, making it ideal to plant in a smaller garden or limited space.
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