"Thanks for helping us find the plants we were looking for - and a few more that caught our eyes besides - amongst the great and varied selection on your nursery. We are very pleased with the plants and will doubtless be back for more. Good value all round.

- Mr Wheatley

I recently bought an Ilex Verticillata from you and just wanted to say I was very impressed with your service from the email update of stock availability to packaging of the plant and delivery. Thank you. 

- Mr Gooch

Gage Trees

  • The crème de la crème of Plums. A sweetness that has to be tasted to be believed
  • All our Gage trees are grown on St Julien root stock to produce trees to around 14 to 15ft tall
  • Many different varieties including old and traditional including the well known “Greengage”
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Gage Cambridge


This vigorous tree produces small round yellowish green juicy fruit with a fantastic flavour. Good consistent cropper and self-fertile.

£18.00  -  £95.00

Large, oval, yellow skinned and yellow firm fleshed fruit of sweet and fine flavour if fully ripened on the tree. Requires a sunny aspect to fully ripen the fruit. Suffolk.

£22.00  -  £48.00

Imperial Gage Very reliable self-fertile eating gage and a heavy cropper, red skin and sweet flesh.

Gage Early Transparent


Rich greengage flavour; heavy crop of Medium sized, round-oblong fruit. Primrose yellow bloomy skin. Yellow juicy flesh. Stone free. One of the best dessert gages. Self fertile.


A very sweet medium sized gage with round yellow fruits. A good reliable and hardy variety


A Popular Old English Greengage. Medium sized, round fruit with green bloomy skin turning yellow when ripe. Very rich sweet flavour. Partially self-fertile.

Gage Oullins Golden

£18.00  -  £62.00

A sweet and juicy, golden yellow colour dual purpose gage. Self fertile.


The gage often sold in the shops a reliable heavy cropping variety with good quality fruit. Belgium origin around 1830s Sef Fertile

£22.00  -  £95.00

A good cropping variety with good tasting Old Greengage fruits. Origins from the village of the same name in Cambridgshire


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