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Apple Espaliers and Fans Potted Stock List 2021

Espalier/ Fan  Availability List  2021 Espalier Apple trees Number        Available now 1 Tier Espaliers £45.00 Braeburn 1 Colonel Vaughan 3 Chorister Boy 1 Egremont Russet 1 Fairie Queen 1 Great Expectations 1 Idared 1 Jupiter 1 Lady Sudeley 1 Laxton’s Superb 4 Lord Lambourne 2 Sops in Wine 1 Tydeman’s Early Worcester 2 Tydeman’s Late Orange 2 Tickled Pink …

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Pear Espaliers and Fans Potted Stock List 2021

Espalier and Fan  Trained Pear Trees Availability List  2021 1 Tier Espalier Pear trees  Number Pollination Group £48.00 Beth 2 C Beurre D’Arenburg 7 C Beurre Gifford 1 C Beurre Hardy 2 D Black Worcester 3 D Concorde 4 C Conference 12 SF Doyenne Du Comice 8 D Dr Jules Guyot 3 C Hessle 1 C Emile D’Heyst 1 C …

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Potted stock Now available

Apple Espalier and Fan  Potted Stock List  2021 Pear Espalier and Fan Potted Stock List  2021 Stepovers Apple and Pears Potted Stock List  2021 Cherries Potted Stock List June 2021 Half Standard Apples/Crab Apples Potted Stock List 2021

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Vegetable Seeds

A wide range of vegetable seeds now available for collection or delivery by post.Please contact us by email or telephone to discuss postal charge. Click on the link below to view our stock   https://brogdaleonline.co.uk/product-category/veg-seeds/

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The Perfect Pear

Pears from your own garden are hard to beat. What makes them even better is the fact that the trees are extremely simple to care for and just require some basic yearly pruning to offer up bumper harvests of delicious fruits. You will need a sheltered and sunny space that offers protection from frost and wind. Cordon or espalier trees …

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Heritage fruit trees

What makes heritage fruit trees so special? Their historical significance for one. These varieties are the fruits of old that were probably grown by your great-great-great grandparents… and perhaps even their great-grandparents! Unusual and rare varieties known more for their taste than their polished looks, heritage fruit trees offer the home or professional orchardist a chance to experience classic fruits …

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Gardeners Essentials – Soap

There is nothing like getting in touch with nature but the down side is getting your hands dirty! The soaps in our gardeners essential collection are made from natural oils and butters with the benefit of essential oils. They are tough on stains and dirt, but yet, gentle on the skin Click on the link below to see our soap …

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Considerations when choosing a tree

As well as providing fruit, your tree will be a decorative feature. It can provide shelter; can act as a screen and sound barrier; provide shade and attract wildlife. Ensure the tree you choose is appropriate for your space and intended use. Is the tree of your choice self fertile, or will it need a pollinating partner? Remember that some …

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Plant a fruiting hedge

Why not plant your own stretch of species-rich hedgerow to add colour and interest to your garden and delight the local wildlife? It’s certainly a much cheaper and more attractive way of creating a boundary than buying a fence or building a wall. Here are some tips. • Use a Native hedge which includes hawthorn, dog rose, field maple, hazel, …

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A guide to hybrid berries

Add a different element to your fruit garden this year with these amazing edibles TAYBERRY This fruit is a cross between a raspberry and a blackberry and is red in colour but longer in size. The harvests work well in jams due to their sweet taste, but they can also be enjoyed straight from the plant. LOGANBERRY This raspberry and …