Apple, pear, plum, quince, cherry, apricot, peach, nectarine, medlar and ornamental varieties
On this page, you will find a list of the fruit tree varieties that we stock, and a web form with which you can place an order. For information and photos on varieties, please go to our varieties information page.
We recommend taking a look at our Critical Points to be followed to enable your trees to do well.
We deliver trees to all addresses in the UK. Please remember that the sooner you complete your order, the sooner you will receive your trees.
Fruit trees are site-sensitive. You choose, we advise. We make sure that the trees you select will be successful in your location. Each Pack includes a planting guide for best results. For information and enquiries, phone 01379 870759, email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can use the form below to browse and select varieties, or to place a provisional order for a personalized number of trees, or to specify the tree varieties in your Orchard Pack.
Once we receive your provisional order, we will respond directly with a full price and payment details.
You will then be able to complete your order with your payment. You can pay by bank transfer, account name SUFFOLK FRUIT AND TREES, account number 93222624, sort code 20-26-34. Alternatively you can send us a cheque for the amount due to:
“SUFFOLK FRUIT AND TREES”
The Orchards, Oaktree House, Braiseworth, near Eye, Suffolk, IP23 7DS.
Delivery can only be made after payment has been received.
For any queries, please feel free to phone us at 01379 870759, or send us an e-mail to email@example.com
Special feature trees
Here are some suggestions for varieties providing a specific type of apple:
Highly flavoured apples
Ashmead Kernel, Egremont Russet, Herefordshire Russet, Winter Wonder, Suntan, Winter Gem
Green eating apples, sweet
Greensleeves, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith.
Green eating apples, sharp
James Grieve, Sturmer Pippin, Darcy Spice.
Green cooking apples
Genadier, Lord Derby, Warner King, Bramley, Bountiful, Arthur Turner, Reverend Wilks, Annie Elisabeth.
Red and partially coloured eating apples
Spartan, Worcester Pearmain, Fiesta, Red Pippin, Lord Lambourne, Red Windsor, Red Falstaff, Discovery, Royal Gala, Kidd’s Orange Red, Chiver’s Delight, Laxton Superb, Laxton Fortune, Sunset, Winston, Cox Orange Pippin, Scrumptious, Winter Gem, Braeburn
Russet apples, whole or partial russet
Egremont Russet, Ashmead Kernel, Rosemary Russet, Duke of Devonshire, Suntan, Winter Wonder, Ellison’s Orange, Orlean’s Reinette.
General purpose apples, large
Howgate Wonder, Charles Ross, Blenheim Orange, Peasgood Nonsuch, Tom Put, Jonagold.
Mild cider apples
Katy, Greensleeves, Tom Putt
White blossom crab apples
Red berry crab apples
Crab apples for pots
Crab apple jelly trees
Would you like some help in selecting fruit tree varieties? Click here to read our basic advice on choosing fruit trees.
For each variety, you can find more information on this page. Just click on the links to read more.
Further information on how to order: click here
Web form for your provisional order
Fruit growing is a long term undertaking. Fruit trees, carefully chosen and suited to the climatic conditions of the area, may live and produce good fruit for the next 50 to 70 years. Our trees are raised to the highest standards of nursery care: the status of the trees is monitored every 10 days, and the composition of the foliar nutrient sprays is consequently adjusted to keep tree health as close as possible to optimum level. We think that it would be very difficult to find healthier and stronger two- or three- year old trees.
Whilst there are many on-line retailers who will just send you trees through the post, we care very much that your trees have the best chance to flourish, crop early, and for many years to come.
We think that it could be useful to make some preliminary comments on choosing fruit trees that crop regularly and produce fruit of good flavour.
There are different requirements to take into consideration to achieve early and regular cropping:
4) Pollination needs
5) Variety characteristics
6) Disease resistance
There are no apple varieties which can tick all the boxes. Knowledge of the weather patterns in the various areas of the UK is therefore essential, in order to plant the right varieties. However there are varieties which I would give a treble A rating. Groups of three varieties are best, as several varieties need good cross pollination. Some self-fertile varieties will perform without pollination, but all are improved by proper pollination. The ones I am going to single out all have fruits of excellent eating or cooking qualities. Secondly, these varieties also excel in producing fruits of long keeping quality.
However the right combination of these varieties needs to be made, according to the site and soil available in the different counties. Having said all this, I would put the following varieties at the top of my list. Anyone considering planting some apples should include at least two of these varieties, suitable to the area where you live.
Lane Prince Albert
Dual purpose apples:
It is a fact that the number of people visiting our website increases dramatically in the spring when people get out into the garden again, but the simple fact is that fruit trees are much more successful if planted in February and early March when they are fully dormant.
In addition, geographical factors also affect the choice of trees. For example, in the northern counties, climatic conditions are substantially different compared with East Anglia. The average temperatures during the growing season are 2 to 3 degrees lower. This results in a shorter period in which the fruit has to mature and develop its full flavour. The same applies to the West Country; here the rainfall is substantially greater compared with the east of the country. Some well known varieties of apple trees are not suitable for high rainfall areas. Other apple tree varieties are very suitable and excel. We will be able to inform you which varieties will do well, when planted in a particular location.
When you receive your orchard pack, you will find a plastic envelope labelled “DOCUMENTS ENCLOSED” that has your address slip inside. Just take out the address slip, unfold and turn it over, and you will find the planting recommendations on the back of the same sheet.
Further help on tree variety choice
If you think that your local conditions and situation requires particular consideration as regards the choice of trees, please click here to send us an email request for our Tree Conditions Questionnaire.
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone 01379 870759