GardenersDream#ad - They are easy to grow specimens which will produce heavy crops of nutritious & fresh fruits. Fruit trees are low maintenance plants with stunning Spring blossom and vibrant Autumn foliage. It is recommended to plant the trees in any well drained soil, situated in a sheltered sunny position.
Gardenersdream potted fruit trees are perfect for growing in patio containers, small gardens and borders. Feed and water the trees regularly to allow them to settle into their new environment.
Each tree is unique in terms of potential height and spread, but all patio fruit trees will produce large quantities of nutritious and fresh fruits. The delicious fruit grown on the trees are usually accompanied by vibrant shapes and colours of foliage, Nectarine, bark and flowers throughout the seasons.
Most fruit trees should be pruned back during their dormant stage in the Winter period - this will encourage new and developed growth for the following season please take care when pruning Cherry trees as this can expose them to 'silver leaf' disease. Choose from a variety of tasty fruit bearing trees: Apple, Plum, Cherry, Peach & Pear. Supplied at a total height of around 70-100cm Including pot.
Carbeth Plants#ad - Stella cherry - this cherry tree produces a lovely sweet full sized fruit in Summer. Patio sized - this fruit tree is great when potted on a balcony or patio, and also can be planted in a open soil.
What you get - 1, 2 or 3 trees in a 5 litre pot with a height of 3-5ft with a high yield. Will produce lovely blossom during the Spring months. Good for uk climate - the cherry tree is ideal for UK climates and requires pruning from July to September. Best kept in full sun to partial shade.
#ad3FATPIGS#ad - A heavy cropping self-fertile sour cherry. The fruit is excellent for making jam or pies and can by eaten off the tree when very ripe. Rootstock: colt / 4-5M. Bare Rooted. A very heavy cropping sour Cherry Tree which can be grown in a pot with fruit the first year after planting.
Common name: cherry morello genus: prunus species: cerasus Cultivar: 'Morello' Skill Level: Beginner Exposure: Full sun Hardiness: Hardy Soil type: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Moist. Morello cherry tree 3-4ft self-fertile, Ready to Fruit. Great for jam & Pies 3fatpigs.
GardenersDream#ad - Period of interest: deciduous, green foliage blooms on these garden plants each year from spring until autumn, with cherry blossoms beginning to bloom in late spring or early summer.
These cherries are generally smaller than sweet cherries and ripen later in the season and they are used most commonly for cooking. Growth and spread: these fruit trees can reach an ultimate height and spread of approximately 4 metres.
Characteristics: morello cherry is a variety of fruit tree producing deep crimson cherries with a tart and bitter taste. Care and maintenance: plant morello cherry trees in moist, well-drained soil in a sunny or partially shaded area. Fruits begin to ripen and are ready to be picked closer to the end of summer. Water well in the first year until the plant is well-established and prune after flowering.
#ad3FATPIGS#ad - As with all trees from the prunus family, the leaves will start to appear autumnal and slightly shabby from mid July onwards. Common name: cherry sunburst latin name: prunus avium sunburst soil: deep, moist but well-drained soil Position: Full sun Flowering period/colour: April to May/ White Fruit picking time: Late July Fruit Size/colour: Large/ Near Black Pollination group: Self Fertile.
A vigorous tree, which is upright at first but later spreading as it matures. This is not a disease, but is mainly due to this years contrasting weather conditions and will not affect the performance of the tree.
These are bare rooted plants which can be planted from the end of October until May and will be dispatched as soon as the weather turns cold and they become dormant. The dispatch date depends on the Autumn temperature and varies from year to year.
Ripens in late July. This is a self fertile cherry, which will also help to pollinate most other varieties. This cherry is very productive when grown in a sheltered situation. Pruning should be minimal to prevent disease infection and is best carried out as light tipping of the current season's growth in early July to encourage fruit buds for the following year. The fruit is large and sweet with wonderful flavour. The white flowers appear in mid-spring and these are followed by very large, near-black cherries darker than Stella from mid July.
#adGarden Market Place#ad - The plants are approx 75cm tall in a 3 litre pot, they wont grow much taller but the heads will bush out, trim 2 or 3 times a year to keep a nice shape. Prefers full sun, and is happy in any reasonable garden soil.