Flanders Giant

Medlar

Large fruits for eating or cooking. Handsome foliage turns to copper in the autumn, pure white flowers in spring.

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Nottingham

Medlar

Small, semi-weeping, flat topped tree. Eat russet fruits when fully ripe. Large white flowers, large hairy leaves.

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Royal

Medlar

Smaller than Nottingham, better flavoured and is one of the few to be taken seriously for fresh eating. Self fertile.

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Westerveld

Medlar

A semi dwarf medlar. Hardy and disease resistant. Delicious medlars for eating raw, making jam, cheese and jelly.

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