Very dark red mid to late dessert cherry.
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