Bright red fruit is medium-sized with a firm, sweet and juicy flesh. Columnar growth habit makes this tree perfect for small spaces and containers. Grow right on your patio or balcony. Ripens in September. Requires cross-pollinating.
Lightly-tart fruit sweetens as it ripens. Compact, upright tree yields firm, crisp apples with green-gold skin. Columnar growth habit makes this tree perfect for small spaces and containers. Grow right on your patio or balcony. Ripens in September. Requires cross-pollinating.
produces yellow oblong pears with a red blush and creamy white flesh which are ready for picking in early fall. The pears have a sweet taste and a juicy texture
One of the most popular peach trees. Produces fragrant pink blossoms in early-mid spring followed by large, yellow freestone peaches, flushed with red in mid-late summer. One of the finest fresh eating peaches. Ripens late August-September.
Large, bright red fruit excellent for pies and jams. Tart flavour lends itself well to cooking, canning and baking. Ripens early July. Self-pollinating.
A crisp and juicy red-streaked apple excellent for fresh eating and cooking. Flesh is firm and sweet. Very disease resistant. Ripens late September.
A greenish-yellow skinned apple heavily streaked and blushed with red. Flesh is crisp and juicy on this dessert or baking apple. Long-keeping. Ripens early October.
A red skinned pear. Fruit has sweet, juicy, firm white flesh. Excellent for eating or canning. Stores well. Ripens in September and best if cross pollinated.
A very flavourful apricot, juicy and sweet. Excellent quality for freezing, drying or canning. Skin is light orange, flesh is firm and golden colour. Matures early July. Self-pollinating.
Sweet, crunchy apples with a long storage life. This is a favourite eating apple with excellent flavour. Spring flowers are attractive to bees.