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- Trained trees
Catalogue of trained fruit trees for sale
- Apples Malus domestica36 varieties
Apple trees are suitable for training into numerous different forms.
- Apples - Eating32 varieties
The flavours of eating apples benefit from being grown on trained trees.
- Apples - Cooking8 varieties
The acid in cooking apples lends flavour when cooking and preserving.
- Apricots Prunus armeniaca3 varieties
Apricot trees are easy to train as fans and benefit from the microclimate of a south-facing wall.
- Cherries Prunus4 varieties
Cherries really benefit from being grown as fan-trained trees.
- Cherries - Eating3 varieties
Dessert cherry varieties really benefit from being grown as fan-trained trees in full sun.
- Cherries - Cooking1 varieties
Culinary cherry trees can be grown in most situations, including north-facing walls.
- Crab-apples Malus3 varieties
Trained crab apple trees make an unusual and attractive garden feature.
- Mirabelles Prunus insititia1 varieties
Mirabelle trees, like all stone fruits, are productive and attractive when trained as fans.
- Nectarines Prunus persica1 varieties
Nectarines are smooth-skinned peaches, and really benefit from being grown as fans.
- Peaches Prunus persica4 varieties
The flavours of peaches can be enhanced by growing them as fans on a sunny wall.
- Pears Pyrus communis10 varieties
Perhaps more than any other fruit, pears benefit from being grown in trained forms.
- Plums Prunus domestica18 varieties
We have a range of large and small fan-trained plums, ideal for any situation.
- Plums - Eating18 varieties
Plum varieties which really benefit from fan-training to enhance their flavours for eating fresh.
- Plums - Cooking7 varieties
Plum varieties which can be used for cooking and can usually don't require to be grown in full sun.
- Quinces Cydonia oblonga2 varieties
Quince trees are an excellent choice for fan-training on a warm wall.