Landcare

Chapel Lane

Old Sodbury

Bristol

BS37 6SJ


01454 310664

Info@landcaretrees.co.uk

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NAME

FRUIT

RESISTANCE TO:

POLLINATION
GROUP

Arthur Turner

Cooker, good for puree.


3

Ashmeads Kernal

Late dessert, crisp, good flavour

Scab

4

Beauty of Bath

Early, sweet, juicy, doesn’t keep


2

Blenheim Orange

Nutty taste, crumbly, old favourite.

Mildew

2

Bloody Ploughman

Best for cooking & cider

Scab

2

Braeburn

Good for eating


4

Bramley’s Seedling

Cooker, heavy cropper, biennial


3

Camalot

Bitter sharp cider apple, cooker

Resistant

2

Charles Ross

Dual purpose, large, sweet & juicy

Mildew & scab

3

Cox

Eater, crisp, juicy, good keeper


Self fertile

Discovery

Early, good flavour

Frost & disease

3

Egremont Russett

Eater, skin rough, flesh crisp

Frost

2

Ellison’s Orange

Eater,aniseed flavour, juicy, biennial

Scab & frost

Self fertile

Fiesta

Alternative to Cox, heavy cropper

 Frost

3 (2 partners)

Frederick

Cooking and cider, mid season.


4

George Cave

Best of the earlies, pick when ripe

Mildew & scab

1

Greensleeves

Crisp, tangy, reliable, heavy cropper

Mildew & scab

Self fertile

Herefordshire Russet

Rich aromatic Cox flavour

Scab

3

Howgate Wonder

Cooker and eater,sweet, juicy

Frost

3

James Grieve

Crisp, juicy good flavour, reliable


Self fertile

Katy

Early,heavy, reliable, sweet, juicy

Good

3

Kingston Black

Good for cider, bitter sharp juice


5

Laxton’s Superb

Sweet similar to Cox, stores well

Frost

4

Newton Wonder

Cooker, later fruity eating apples


5

Red Falstaff

Fruity flavour, crisp and juicy


3

Rev. Wilkes

Early cooker,large fruits, sweet

Good

2

Spartan

Popular eater, sweet, juicy


3

Sunset

Cox-like, heavy small fruit, keeps

Good

3

Tom Putt

Large cooker, sweet when cooked

Good

3

Winter Gem

Pink flush, rich & aromatic

Scab

3

Worcester Permain

Reliable, juicy very sweet,

Good

3

Fruit trees vary in type and size but their rate of growth and size of the mature tree is
determined mainly by their rootstock.

Size depends on variety, location, soil type and shelter etc.

To ensure good pollination, grow  2 or more from the same flowering group or
adjacent flowering group.
We tend to stock semi-vigorous and semi dwarf plants with a few dwarf varieties.

Fruit Trees

© 2018 Landcare Nursery Ltd,  Last updated November


CONTAINER GROWN APPLES

CONTAINER GROWN (10L) - Available all year                                                                          

ESPALIER / FAN TRAINED -  (when available)                                                                    

Rootstock M26 (semi dwarf  <2-3m in 10 years)
Rootstock MM106 (semi vigorous < 3-4m in 10 years)


BARE ROOT APPLES - Available November to March

BARE ROOT                                                                                                                                 
ESPALIER / FAN TRAINED - (when available)                                                                             

Rootstock M26 (semi dwarf  <2-3m in 10 years)


No VAT on fruit

MM106

M26

1 metre

2 metres

3 metres

4 metres

3-4 metres

2-3 metres

ROOTSTOCK SIZES FOR APPLES

Arthur Turner

Ashmeads Kernal

Beauty of Bath

Braeburn

Bramley’s Seedling

Charles Ross

Discovery

Egremont Russet

Ellison’s Orange

Fiesta

George Cave

Greensleeves

Howgate Wonder

James Grieve

Laxton’s Superb

Red Falstaff

Reverend Wilks

Spartan

Sunset

Tom Putt

  Also available

MEDLAR - Nottingham                                                                                                                        

QUINCE - Serbian gold, Ivranja                                                                                                         

MULBERRY - Black/White                                                                                  

APRICOT - Early Moorpark                                                                                                                
PEACH - Peregrine, Rochester                                                                                                         
NECTARINE - Loro Napier                                                                                                                 

FIG - Ficus Brown Turkey                                                                                                              


SOFT FRUIT

Blackcurrant, Gooseberry, Redcurrant, Whitecurrant                                                                      

Vine                                                                                                                                                       
Blueberry                                                                                                                                      


NUTS

Filbert, Cosford Cob, Walnut (A small selection individually priced)

£18.00 each
£45.00 each

£28.00 each
£55.00 each

Opal

Oullins Golden Gage

Victoria

Summer Sun

Williams

Comice

  PLUM
on St Julian A Rootstock (semi vigorous < 3m in 10 years)

Cambridge Gage
Czar

Old Green Gage

Marjorie Seedling

Merryweather Damson
Mirabelle Gypsy

  CHERRY
on Colt Rootstock (Normal) (semi vigorous < 5-6m in 10 years)

Morello

Stella

  PEAR
on Pyrus Communis Rootstock (vigorous < 3-4m in 10 years)

Concorde

Conference

£28.00
£28.00
(40L £65.00) 10L £35.00
£28.00
£28.00
£28.00
5L £15.00


£8.00
£9.00
5L £15.00