Advice on growing apple, pear, plum, cherry, apricot, peach, nectarine, sweet chestnut, walnut, crab apple, cob nut, medlar, black mulberry, quince and many more
Our company, Suffolk Fruit and Trees, specializes in consultancy for quality fruit trees. The company’s mission is to pass on as much relevant information as possible, so that our customers can be really successful with their garden fruit trees.
Dan Neuteboom is available for on-site consultancy in East Anglia.
These are some examples of the advice that he can provide:
– variety selection in function of local geographical and meteorological conditions
– pollination feasibility
– planting advice
– tree training advice
– recommendations for winter and summer pruning
– tree care and organic pest and disease control
– advice on sourcing trees.
Costs will be assessed and quoted accordingly. Orders for consultancy must be paid for in advance. Follow this link to read some customer comments on our services.
Sale of fruit trees
We are currently offering our Five-Tree Orchard Pack – 1 apple, 1 pear, 1 quince, 1 cherry and 1 plum/damson – at the price of £99 plus P&P £16. Click here for further details. We deliver throughout the UK. Our trees are nearly always two to three-year old trees, so they usually start cropping the year after planting. Please note that the best time to plant fruit trees is from December to April.
Orders for trees must be paid for in advance, and we need your full address to complete your booking correctly.
We are always available to discuss your requirements. The best way to contact us is by email.
We hope that you enjoy our website, and we look forward to hearing from you. Contact us at Suffolk Fruit and Trees: email@example.com.
Hints and tips
Firstly, any newly-planted tree should have a rabbit guard to protect the trunk from damage caused by hares and rabbits, but also by cats and dogs. The type of guard depends on the wildlife you have in your area.
Secondly, the very best way to ensure that the trees get a really good start is – in the growing season, in other words from April to mid-September – to give each tree one or two full watering cans each week..
Our third suggestion regards wild flower meadows and their function in improving fruit tree cropping. We planted our own wild flower meadow several years ago, and we have seen how marvellous it is in providing a home for pollinating insects, above all in years of extreme climatic conditions. Just click here to find out more.
To see video clips from Suffolk Fruit and Trees on all aspects of fruit tree care, visit our YouTube channel. There are links to two videos below.
You can also listen to Dan Neuteboom’s podcasts by visiting our podcast page. You can listen live to podcasts providing insights and advice on fruit growing, and you can download the podcasts. The podcast below is about observing leaves to diagnose problems affecting the trees, pests, diseases and physical damage.