A must for all lovers of blackberries extra big fruits on thornless stems
£22.00 - £95.00
An excellent and well-known early white Cherry. Large sweet red on yellow fruit.
Rosa rugosa alba gives wonderful papery white blooms over a long period, easy to grow in most situations and like its pink cousin, makes a good hedge.
Violet willow, as its name suggests, has purple young shoots with silky grey catkins in late winter and early spring. Salix daphnoides is a must for the wet/water-planting scheme.
Salix alba is a common native tree of conical habit. Its elegant, slender branches bear thin, silvery-white leaves, which give the tree its name. Good for damp conditions
I much prefer its other name of rosmarinifolia which perfectly describes its beautiful grey green 'rosemary' like foliage. Can be trimmed to form a lovely semi formal hedge
Rhubarb Champagne is a superb old variety ideal for early forcing when it produces good crops of pinky red stalks with a superb delicate frothy flavour when cooked. Later crops if grown unforced produce long stalks of a deep ruby red with just the same amount of champagne rhubarb taste.
Produces good sized fruit early in season with good flavour but needs sun to ripen well
£22.00 - £95.00
Large sweet heart shaped fruit. A garden favourite. Self Fertile.
Apple Bloody Ploughman is an old Scottish apple with a real history. It has a crisp and juicy flesh with a deep blood red skin and bumpy texture.
£18.95 - £38.00
A dessert apple of unknown parentage and origins. Soft sweet flesh
Malling Minerva is a relatively new early season raspberry bred at the famous East Malling Research Station. Produces spine free compact canes. Fruits are an attractive raspberry red in colour with plenty of sweet raspberry flavour. Keeps well.