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We aim to dispatch all orders within 7 working days, however, this may vary depending on the volume of orders we are processing. We are using our own team of drivers and vehicles. Social distancing is being observed and our delivery is operating as a contactless service. We will ring the doorbell to notify you of the delivery, but will not require a signature. All orders are delivered to your front garden or driveway. Deliveries to a further location must be agreed upon in advance. An extra charge may be incurred.
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Ficus carica 'Brown Turkey', also known as Brown Turkey fig, is a deciduous fruit tree that is widely cultivated for its sweet and juicy figs. It is a hardy tree that can grow up to 5-6 metres in height and spread, although it can be kept smaller with regular pruning. The leaves are large and deeply lobed, with a rough texture and a bright green colour. Brown Turkey figs are large and pear-shaped with a purplish-brown skin when ripe and pink flesh. They are highly prized for their sweet flavour and are commonly eaten fresh or dried, as well as used in jams and other desserts. The tree requires full sun and well-draining soil, and it is relatively drought-tolerant once established. If grown in a pot it needs to be kept moist to ensure a tasty crop. Ficus carica 'Brown Turkey' is native to the Middle East and Mediterranean regions and is popular in many parts of the world, including the UK, where it can be grown successfully in warmer regions. It is best grown against a warm south-facing wall with the roots restricted from spreading or in a container. If growing in a pot protect the roots from hard frost for the first two winters by moving it into a cold greenhouse, or by wrapping the pot in fleece or similar during the cold months.
A self fertile form of Cox’s Orange Pippin. Heavy, late crop of the best eating apple in the world. The fruit is orange over greenish-yellow with deep cream flesh that has sweet, aromatic flavour and is juicy and crisp. Best when it's picked and eaten straight from the tree or can be made into home-pressed apple juice. Striking pinkish-white clusters of blossom during the spring. A highly recommended variety. M27 Rootstock is dwarf growing to 2m. Requires staking.
Both an eating and cooking variety with red flush stripes over a pale green colour. Large, sweet and very juicy. A very heavy cropper with mid season flowering. Harvest in September. Pollination group 3. M27 Rootstock is dwarf growing to 2m. Requires staking. Holds an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
A dessert apple with red coloured fruit. A very heavy fruiting variety with good frost resistance and crisp, juicy, well flavoured fruit. Mid season flowering. Harvest in October. Self-fertile. M27 Rootstock is dwarf growing to 2m. Requires staking. Holds an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
An eating apple with an excellent flavour, is crisp and sweet.. A mid season variety that is disease resistant and self-fertile. Suitable for all areas of the UK. Picked in September, can be eaten until October. Pollination group 3. M27 Rootstock is dwarf growing to 2m. Requires staking.. Holds an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
A dessert apple similar to a Cox but with better disease resistance. It is more yellow in colour than a Cox with a crisp texture and sweet but sharp flavour. Self-fertile but can be used as a pollination partner within group 3. Crops well and can be picked from mid-September. Store in a fridge and use within a month. Good for juicing. Self-fertile. M27 Rootstock is dwarf growing to 2m. Requires staking. Holds an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
A heavy cropping, self-fertile eating cherry. Large dark red fruit with a sweet and juicy flavour. Stella is probably the best known dessert cherry. Gisela is a semi-vigorous root stock growing to 3m and will require staking.