Frank P Matthews
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Bright red fruit, aromatic, crisp, sweet flavour. Thin skinned. Self fertile, frost hardy. A children’s favourite.
A compact version of Bramley’s Seedling, 20% less vigorous with heavier crops. Exceptional sharp flavour.
Pale green turning yellow, patches of gold/brown russet. Flesh sweet and juicy. Heavy cropping. Compact grower.
Yellowish-green with brown russet areas, occasional pink flush on chalk soil. Sweet, juicy eater and a good cropper.
Oval, bright red fruit in August-September for dessert, puddings and preserves. Clean freestone, self-fertile, very productive.
Selected by the RHS for its excellent old fashioned flavour and more reliable crops. Partially self-fertile.
Dark red, large and an excellent eating quality. Ideal for patio growing due to its naturally dwarf compact habit.
A large, dark red, reliable, sweet, juicy cherry with good flavour. Heavy cropper and excellent pollinator for others.
A popular garden tree. Globe-headed with green leaves and striking white marginal band. Yellowish autumn colour.
Produces a lovely early white stem within three years. Strong yellowish-golden autumn tints. An exceptional tree!
A charming, dwarf, upright growing Malus with semi-double white flowers and persistent small apricot coloured fruit.
An erect, column like habit with semi-double light pink fragrant flowers in April. Height after 10yrs 4m x 2m.
Upright habit with glowing purple/pink flowers in late April, coppery spring foliage with lovely autumn tints.
A superior selection of S. vilmorinii with vibrant shocking pink berries, larger than type and persistant.
We grow many fruit and ornamental trees in a range of sizes and shapes suitable for smaller gardens or growing in containers.
Autumn foliage is especially important in the garden during September, October and November to bring some wonderful colours to the darker months.
How to prune fruit trees is one of our most commonly asked questions. To which we always like to encourage gardeners to ‘have a go’ themselves!
Trees and shrubs have varying flowering periods depending on species and varieties. Starting from January and going all the way through to December.