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Angelina Burdett European Plum (dwarf)

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Raised by Mr Dowling of Woolston, Southampton in about 1850. It was first described in 1853. Fruits have firm, juicy, yellowish green flesh with a good flavour. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying...

Anzac Peach (dwarf)

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Released in 1915 and named in honour of the Anzacs who were then creating the legend they were to become.
Dark red over pale green coloured fruit. Light white/green flesh, freestone. Juicy, sweet to slightly tart and soft when ripe. Very popular variety...

Bulida Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Bulida’ (correctly spelt 'Búlida') or the Bulida Apricot produces large lovely flavoured orange fruit. Great for eating, canning, bottling and used for drying, and freezing. • Uses: eating, bottling, canning,...

Coe’s Golden Drop European Plum (dwarf)

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Said to have been raised by Jervaise Coe of Bury St Edmunds in the late 1700s. Fruits have golden-yellow, juicy, sweet flesh which is highly flavoured. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying Harvest: March...

Crimson Baby Nectarine (dwarf)

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Nectarine Crimson Baby is a popular compact tree great for small gardens and large tubs growing to 2 m high and 2 m wide (requires staking). The fruit has red and yellow skin with flecks, yellow flesh, and clingstone. • Pollination Group: The...

Damson European Plum (dwarf)

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The damson (Prunus insititia) is thought to have arisen through natural crosses in Asia between the sloe (Prunus spinosa) and the cherry plum (P. cerasifera).   This is the Wild Damson brought into cultivation and first recorded in 1629...

Donsworth Japanese Blood Plum (dwarf)

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One of the blood plums, i.e. has blood red flesh. Medium sized fruit, dark red over mottled green skin. Sweet flavour and soft when fully ripe, fine textured, juicy. Pollination Group: cross pollinate with another Japanese plum, esp. Satsuma,...

Dwarf Yellow Peach

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This is a true dwarf peach reaching a height of around 1.5 metres and a similar width. Sweet tasting, red-skinned, yellow-flesh, mid-season.  Pollination Group: self-fertile Uses: eating Harvest: late December - early January Features: true dwarf...

Dwarf Nectarine

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Growing to 1.5 to 2.0 metres and a similar width. Sweet, mid-season.  Pollination Group: self-fertile Uses: eating Harvest: January Features: yellow flesh Generic image

Early Rivers Nectarine (dwarf)

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Early fruiting with white flesh, freestone. Old variety, small, tender and juicy fruit. Reliable bearer. A dessert variety also suitable for stewing, preserving or drying. • Uses: eating, stewing, cooking, bottling, preserving, drying• Harvest:...

Elephant Heart Japanese Blood Plum (dwarf)

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Large, cricket ball-size plums. This variety was developed by Luther Burbank and released in 1929. Sometimes called a “blood plum” because of its dark-red flesh. Fruit is juicy and flavorful – excellent for eating fresh or...

Fantasia Nectarine (dwarf)

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Delicious freestone home garden variety with vivid orange-red fruits with juicy yellow flesh. Leave to ripen fully on the tree for the sweetest fruit. • Pollination Group: self-fertile (does not require another pollinator)• Uses: eating,...

Fireball™ Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Fireball™’ or the Fireball™ Apricot is a lovely sweet round apricot with freestone. Great for eating, canning, bottling and freezing. • Pollination Group: partially self-fertile and can produce more fruit if...

Golden Queen Peach (dwarf)

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Medium size, yellow-orange fruit with yellow flesh. A well regarded eating variety and also good for canning. • Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other pollinators needed • Uses: eating, preserving • Harvest: late i.e. March ...

Goldmine Nectarine (dwarf)

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A popular variety bred in New Zealand in the mid-20th century. Red over yellow-green skin, white flesh, freestone variety. Low chill requirement so suitable for a wider range of climates. • Uses: eating • Harvest: mid-February to late •...

Greengage (Green Gage) European Plum (dwarf)

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Reine Claude is the original name for Greengage which is a very old variety named after the wife of Francois I of France, Queen Claude. It was imported into England by Sir Thomas Gage, hence the name used in Britain and Australia. This is an ideal...

King Billy European Plum (dwarf)

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Oval plum with purple skin and sweet yellow flesh. • Pollination Group: Plum Angelina and President. Pollinator for Plum Angelina.• Uses: eating, drying, jam• Harvest: mid i.e. Jan-Feb• Features: great for jam; Dwarf approx. 50%...

Mariposa Japanese Blood Plum (dwarf)

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One of the blood plums, i.e. has blood red flesh. Medium sized fruit, dark red over green skin usually with spots. Sweet flavour and soft when fully ripe, fine textured, juicy. Pollination Group: cross pollinate with another Japanese plum Uses: eating...

Moorpark Apricot (dwarf)

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A popular home garden apricot with larger fruit than many varieties. Great fresh from the tree Moorpark is also good for cooking, juice and jam. • Pollination Group: self fertile • Uses: Eating, cooking, juice, jam • Harvest: Early January...

Morello Cherry (dwarf)

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The Morello cherry is sour to the palate when eaten fresh, but is ideal in cooking pies and preserves and making jam. The taste compliments chocolate as well. • Uses: cooking, bottling, preserving, jam • Features: Dwarf approx. 50% of standard...

O'Henry Peach (dwarf)

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Delightful yellow-fleshed freestone peach. Starts sweet and acid ripening to very sweet and aromatic when fully ripe. • Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other pollinators needed • Uses: eating • Harvest: mid to late, i.e. late...

Ruby Japanese Blood Plum (dwarf)

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Small to medium reddish purple plum. Lighter blood plum flesh, freestone, suitable for bottling and jam. Pollination Group: cross pollinate with another Japanese plum Uses: eating, stewing, jam Harvest: March Features: Blood plum; dwarf approx. 50% of...

Santa Rosa Japanese Plum (dwarf)

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Sweet, slightly tart flavour, ideal for stewing and jam making as well as eating. Medium fruit with red to crimson skin. Yellow flesh, slightly pink under the skin. Pollination Group: part self-fertile, cross pollinate with another Japanese plum...

Satsuma Japanese Blood Plum (dwarf)

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Sweet with slight tartness: great for eating, stewing and jam making. Dark, blood red flesh medium sized dark red fruit with a lilac coloured bloom. Pollination Group: cross pollinate with another Japanese plum Uses: eating, stewing, jam Harvest: mid i...

Sir Don Cherry (dwarf)

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Bred in South Australia in 1986 and under Plant Breeder’s Rights in Australia, parents Black Douglas x Stella. Dark red large kidney-shaped fruit, high cropping efficiency. Matures late December. • Pollination Group: Self pollinating •...

Storeys Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Storeys’ or the Storey Apricot and also known as 'Moorpark Early' produces large apricots with deep golden colouring and a red blush. Great for eating, jam, canning, bottling and used for drying, and freezing. •...

Sugar Plum European Plum (dwarf)

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European Plum Sugar Plum has small sweet oval-shaped fruits with red skin and yellow flesh. • Pollination Group: part self fertile, produces better with other plums growing nearby• Uses: eating, jam, preserves, cooking, drying• Harvest:...

TangO® Nectarine (dwarf)

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The TangO® Nectarine (Prunus persica var. nectarina 'TangO'®) is an unusually shaped nectarine with flattened fruit, sweet yellow flesh and red skin. • Uses: eating, preserving, cooking • Pollination: self-pollinating • Harvest:...

Tilton Apricot (dwarf)

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A leading variety for freezing, drying, and canning. Tilton are tender and juicy with a sweet-tart flavour. It has medium sized fruit that is heart shape with a light orange skin, golden flesh with a red blush. One of the earliest varieties, resistant to...

Trevatt Apricot (dwarf)

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Trevatt is a good eating apricot and also great for bottling and preserving. Pale apricot skin, orange flesh, firm and juicy. Heavy bearer. • Pollination Group: self fertile • Uses: preserving, eating • Harvest: late December • Chill...