Our Catalogue: Loquat


The Loquat (Japanese medlar or plum) is a native of eastern Asia and often found in our gardens as a semi-hardy evergreen large shrub or small tree planted for its attractive foliage. The fruit will only mature in the late autumn in the best of summers and prefer a well-drained loam although they seem to cope with sandy or clay soils.



Categories
Species
Almond
Apple
Apple - Cider
Apple - Family
Apricot
Aprium
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Aronia - Chokeberry
Asian pear
Blackberry
Blackcurrant
Blueberry
Cherry
Chestnut
Cranberry
Damson
Elder
Fig
Filbert
Gage
Gooseberry
Hazel
Honeysuckle
Jostaberry
Kiwi
Lingonberry
Loganberry
Loquat
Medlar
Mirabelle
Miracot
Mulberry
Nectarine
Peach
Pear
Pear - Family
Plum
Plumcot
Quince
Raspberry
Redcurrant
Rhubarb
Saskatoon
Tayberry
Trazel
Vines
Walnut
Whitecurrant
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Harvest Time
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Fertility
Self-fertile
Partially self-fertile
Not self-fertile
Storage Time
Does not keep
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Pollination Group
Pollination Group 1
Pollination Group 2
Pollination Group 3
Pollination Group 4
Pollination Group 5
Pollination Group 6
Fruit Use
Eating
Cooking
Cider
Perry
Juice
Ornamental
Tree Size
Very dwarf
Dwarf
Semi-Dwarf
Medium
Semi-Vigorous
Vigorous
Very Vigorous
Grow In Container
Yes
No
Tree Form
Half-Standard
Bush
Maiden
Step-over
Cordon
Fan Trained
Espalier
Patio
Double U