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Prunus avium 'Sunburst'
A heavy cropping dessert cherry producing large sweet fruits that are almost black when fully ripe. Delicious flavour. The fruits store well for a short period after picking.
Season: late July
NEW! This variety is extremely heavy cropping and ripens very late in the season. The berries are large and firm and if left to ripen on the bush fully have a rich flavour and lovely aroma. Beautiful red autumn foliage.
Plant size: 2 litre pot.
Available for delivery: all year.
Rheum hybridum 'Fulton's Strawberry Surprise'
This outstanding variety was voted the ‘best flavoured rhubarb’ in RHS Wisley Trials. The plants are strong growing, producing eye-catching vivid red stems.
Available for delivery: late November - mid April.
One of the showiest Japanese flowering cherries and probably the most widely grown, producing masses of dense double-pink blossom in late April. The spring foliage is coppery-red turning green in summer and then orange in autumn. The tree is strong growing with an upright habit and wide arching branches. Very reliable and easy to grow. Chalk tolerant.
Height x spread in 10 years: up to 5m (16ft).
rootgrow™ can offer huge benefits to almost all garden plants. It is the only product that will support your plants for their entire lifetime, making it probably the best value purchase you will make. Comprising of (UK origin) Mycorrhizal fungi, rootgrow™ is 100% natural and is the only planting aid to carry the RHS seal of approval.
For better establishment, naturally healthier plants, better drought resistance and stronger flowering and fruiting, rootgrow™ is all you need. Mycorrhizal fungi will colonise the plant and develop into a huge secondary root system that will increase the root area of your plants by up to 700 times in just a few weeks. This will help the plant find essential nutrients, minerals and moisture, enabling the plant to establish quicker and reducing the risk of failure.
One simple application at planting time is all that is required. Once you have used this amazing product you will wonder how you ever managed to grow your plants without it!
Almost all new plants will benefit from rootgrow™ but there are a few exceptions: blueberries, cranberries, lingonberries, rhododendrons, azaleas, heathers & brassicas. It should be noted that using rootgrow™ on these plants will not harm them - it just won’t work.
One 150g sachet will treat up to 25 bare root plants or 7 x 3 litre pots.
Pack size: 150g.
Enjoy the delicious taste of juicy, home grown strawberries this summer! Manufactured from tough polypropylene, this stackable three-tier planter is perfect for patios and small gardens and for getting children interested in growing!
Featuring three spacious balconies and drainage holes on each level, this three tier planter will accommodate 18 strawberry plants (two plants to each balcony). The three levels lock together to form a multi-storey container that stands approximately 37cm (15in) high. Suitable for growing strawberries, herbs and trailing flowers.
Manufactured in the Netherlands from premium quality synthetics using revolutionary colour pigments which retain their colour for longer. Frost and UV resistant.
Our 3-tier planter kit includes 18 gourmet strawberry plants (6 each of 3 different varieties). Planted before the end of July, you will reap your first harvest this summer!
Strawberry Gariguette (early)
This very old and much-loved French variety is prized by leading chefs for its wonderful scent and outstanding flavour. The elongated orange-red fruits are soft and juicy and have the most intense, sweet, aromatic flavour. They are so fragrant that when in season they perfume the markets in Provence with the most heavenly scent and simply taste fantastic!The only downside is that compared to today's modern varieties, the plant lacks vigour and yields are low.
Strawberry Manille (mid)
Raised from a cross between Gariguette and a selection with Mara des Bois in its pedigree, it is little surprise that this new French variety has outstanding flavour. The berries have a distinctive aroma and the flavour is incredibly sweet. The plants are heavy cropping and have good resistance to powdery mildew, verticillium wilt, crown rot and red core.
Strawberry Mara des Bois (perpetual)
This very special perpetual fruiting strawberry is the only variety to combine the aromatic flavour of the wild alpine strawberry with the fruit size and yield of the modern cultivars. When fully ripe, the medium sized berries are extremely fragrant and develop an intense flavour and aroma similar to the woodland strawberry. Highly sought after by top chefs, if you travel to France and visit the local markets you will see fruits of this wonderful variety on sale when in season. Resistant to powdery mildew.
Available for delivery: March - late June.
Price includes p&p.
Our 3-tier planter kit includes 18 plants (6 each of 3 different varieties) chosen for flavour and all round performance. Planted before the end of July, you will reap your first harvest this summer!
Strawberry Korona (early)
This early strawberry is an excellent garden variety as it combines superb flavour with high levels of disease resistance. It produces heavy yields of large, attractive, bright red fruits that are highly rated for their excellent flavour and aroma. Resistant to verticillium wilt and botrytis. Some resistance to powdery mildew.
Strawberry Elegance (mid)
This new summer fruiting strawberry produces very heavy crops of large, glossy fruits with a wonderful sweet strawberry taste and a juicy, pleasant texture. In trials it proved to be the heaviest cropping variety.
Strawberry Fenella (late)
This new late summer strawberry is possibly the perfect variety! It offers an exciting combination of heavy yields, quality fruit and very good disease resistance. The large glossy berries have an excellent, distinctive sweet flavour and are mildly aromatic. In trials it has shown very good resistance to verticillium wilt and crown rot and the fruit can tolerate very heavy rain.
The perfect way to grow strawberries, ensuring heavier yields and better quality fruit! Manufactured from strong 15mm black polymer coated galvanized steel tubing with moulded fittings, the frame comes complete with a bird net and hoops to support the net above the fruit. The tabletop will accommodate 20 plants (10 per 1m growbag), to produce three successive crops over a three year period before the plants and growbags need to be replaced. Planted before the end of July, you will reap your first harvest this summer!
This offer comes complete with 20 strawberry plants, 10 each of the following varieties supplied as SuperCrowns:
Strawberry 'Vibrant' (early)
A fantastic new early variety to start the season! Bred and selected by East Malling Research, Vibrant has rapidly become established amongst commercial growers as the premier early variety and is an excellent choice for the garden. Vibrant produces medium to large bright red berries that are very sweet and flavoursome to taste. The plants are heavy cropping and resistant to powdery mildew and crown rot. Double cropping in the main crop year can occur if July temperatures are relatively low with surprisingly good fruit being produced in September.
Strawberry 'Elegance' (mid)
What are SuperCrowns?
Commercial growers maximise the yield of the 60 day crop, by planting with hand graded plants, carefully selected to ensure a crown size of 15mm or more in diameter. With our 15-18mm SuperCrowns you too can maximise your 60 day crop.
Tabletop Dimensions: Length: 1m (3ft 3in), Width: 60cm (24in), Height: 1.38m (4ft 6in).
Price includes p&p to mainland UK*
*Agriframes Strawberry Tabletop is despatched by carrier direct from the manufacturer. Delivery surcharges may apply to offshore Islands and parts of Scotland. If your delivery postcode falls into one of these areas we request that you contact us prior to placing an order so that we can advise you of any delivery surcharge. Alternatively, we will contact you prior to despatch to advise you of any delivery surcharge.
This collection consists of 2 popular dessert apples and 1 cooker:
Apple 'Fiesta' (syn. 'Red Pippin')
A crisp, juicy red flushed dessert apple with a rich, aromatic Cox-like flavour. A very popular garden variety, less prone to disease than Cox and suitable for the north. Heavy cropping. Stores very well. Season: Oct - Jan.
Apple 'Lord Lambourne'
A popular traditional English dessert apple, over 100 years old. Bursting with juice, the brightly coloured fruits are crisp, sweet and aromatic. Can be relied upon to crop both heavily and regularly almost anywhere in the UK. A compact tree, ideal for small gardens. Season: late Sept - Nov.
This dual purpose dessert/culinary apple is an excellent choice for the garden. When cooked the fruits retain some of their shape and are soft, juicy and sweet. In late winter it can be used as a dessert apple. Heavy cropping and very resistant to mildew. Season: Sept - Nov.
This collection consists of 12 autumn fruiting raspberry canes, 6 each of the following:
Raspberry 'Autumn Bliss' (autumn)
The most popular autumn fruiting primocane raspberry. The large red berries are firm with a very good flavour. The canes are short and sturdy and may not require supporting in sheltered gardens. Good resistance to raspberry root rot disease.
Raspberry 'Polka' (autumn)
This excellent new autumn fruiting primocane raspberry is a multi-award winner at the National Fruit Show. The fruits are exceptionally large and have a superb aromatic flavour. Very heavy cropping, producing up to double the yield of Autumn Bliss (one of its parents). The virtually spine-free canes may not require supporting in sheltered gardens. Polka will commence cropping at least two weeks earlier than Autumn Bliss.
This collection consists of 2 blackberry bushes, 1 each of the following:
Blackberry 'Black Butte'
This new variety of blackberry produces extremely large fruits up to 12g in weight and 5cm (2in) in length (twice the size of normal blackberries). Rich, sweet and full of flavour. The canes have excellent winter hardiness. Plant 1.8m (6ft) apart. Season: early July - mid Aug.
The world's first primocane blackberry (cropping on first year growth) also happens to produce the biggest, sweetest fruits we have ever seen! With a berry weight of up to 14g, the fruits are twice the size of most other varieties. Sweeter than strawberries and full of juice, the fruits taste fantastic picked fresh from the bush. Because of its primocane habit there is the potential to get two crops every year - a summer crop on the old canes and a later crop on the current season's growth. The bush is compact with an upright habit and can be grown in a large container or in the open ground. It is easy to grow, very reliable and loses its spines as it matures. Plant 75cm (2ft 6in) apart. Season: June & Aug - Oct.
Plant size: 3 litre pot.
This collection consists of 2 blueberry bushes, 1 each of the following:
This blueberry variety is living proof that bigger is better! With fruit the size of cherries and a sweet delicious flavour, Chandler holds the distinction of being the world's largest blueberry. Another feature is its long ripening season providing fruit over a period of 6 weeks. Ripens from mid July.
This blueberry is one of the heaviest and most reliable croppers, often yielding over 9kg (20lbs) per bush when mature. It ripens early, but blossoms late and is therefore protected from frost. The light blue berries are medium-large and firm and when picked stay fresher longer than most varieties. The foliage turns yellow-orange in the autumn. Ripens from early July.
The most widely grown variety of blueberry producing large well flavoured berries. Reliable and heavy cropping. The bush is vigorous and has good resistance to drought. Beautiful autumn colour. Ripens from mid July.
A heritage variety that continues to be popular as it produces some of the largest, best flavoured blueberries. The bush is vigorous and heavy cropping. Ripens July/August.
This Mini Orchard Cordon apple and pear collection consists of 1 each of the following:
Cordon Apple 'Falstaff'
A very heavy cropping dessert apple producing red striped fruits. Crisp and juicy with a refreshing fruity flavour. Easy to grow and ideal as a garden variety. Good resistance to late frosts. Season: Oct - Dec. Self-fertile.
Cordon Apple 'Red Windsor'
An aromatic Cox-like apple which is sweeter, more disease resistant and ripens earlier than Cox. This is one of the easiest and most reliable of all apple varieties producing heavy crops of crisp, red flushed dessert apples. The tree is compact and an excellent choice for the garden. Suitable for the north.Season: Sept - Oct. Self-fertile.
Cordon Pear 'Concorde'
An excellent pear often grown commercially and suitable for most locations. Raised from a cross between Doyenné du Comice and Conference, it has inherited the best attributes from both its parents. The medium-large pale green fruits have a smooth, juicy flesh with a sweet pleasant flavour. Suitable for dessert and culinary use. Crops heavily and reliably from an early age.Season: Oct - Jan. Self-fertile.
Cordon Apple 'Christmas Pippin'
We can confidently say this is the ‘new garden Cox’ but unlike this classic vintage variety, Christmas Pippin is very easy to grow and produces reliable, heavy crops countrywide. The eating quality is exceptional, characterised by a sweet and aromatic flavour, lovely perfume and a very pleasant honey after-taste. The fruits are crisp and juicy with a melt in the mouth texture that makes each bite increasingly more pleasurable. Christmas Pippin is a ‘foundling’ having been spotted by a fruit expert by the side of a busy road. A natural seedling of rare and special qualities, most likely arising from a discarded apple core ... perhaps from the very fine Cox’s Orange Pippin itself, with which we dare to compare this very special new introduction. Season: early Oct - Jan. Requires a pollinator (such as Herefordshire Russet).
Cordon Apple 'Herefordshire Russet'
An excellent new dessert apple combining the rich aromatic flavour of Cox with a golden russet skin. Consistently a favourite in taste trials. Heavy cropping. Can be grown successfully throughout the U.K.Season: Oct - Jan. Self-fertile.
This Mini Orchard Cordon apple collection consists of 2 popular dessert apples and 1 cooker:
Cordon Apple 'Fiesta' (syn. 'Red Pippin')
Cordon Apple 'Lord Lambourne'
Cordon Apple 'Bountiful'
This Mini Orchard Cordon collection consists of 3 popular self-fertile varieties, suitable for growing countrywide, 1 each of the following:
A very heavy cropping dessert apple producing red striped fruits. Crisp and juicy with a refreshing fruity flavour. Easy to grow and ideal as a garden variety. Produces a compact tree. Good resistance to late frosts. Season: Oct - Dec. Self-fertile.
Cordon Plum 'Victoria'
The UK’s best known plum, raised in 1840 and grown commercially. The fruits are pinkish red with sweet, yellow, juicy flesh. A very popular dessert variety but also excellent cooked, producing a lovely pink syrup and almond aroma. Heavy cropping. Blossom is frost resistant. Season: late Aug. Self-fertile.