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Gage Trees

These fruits are excellent eaten fresh and for cooking and preserving. They flower early and so need shelter from cold winds. Most varieties are self-fertile, but some require another variety from the same or next pollination group to be planted close by to act as a pollinator.

Ken Muir’s gage trees are grafted on St Julien ‘A’ rootstock making them most suitable for bush trees, pyramids and fans. Bush trees on St. Julien ‘A’ grow to 12-15ft in height and should be spaced 8-10ft apart. If you have a small garden, certain varieties are available as Minarette fruit trees, which are ideal as they can be planted as close as 90cm (3ft) apart.

Trees are available for delivery from late November to late March.

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Gage Tree 'Cambridge Gage'
Gage Tree 'Cambridge Gage'
An excellent flavoured, dessert/culinary gage. Partially self fertile.
580
£22.25  
Gage Tree 'Denniston's Superb' (Imperial Gage)
Gage Tree 'Denniston's Superb' (Imperial Gage)
Hardy and reliable with a sweet transparent flesh. Self fertile.
589
£22.25  
Gage Tree 'Early Transparent Gage'
Gage Tree 'Early Transparent Gage'
Excellent flavoured small golden fruits. Heavy cropping. Self fertile.
590
£22.25  
Gage Tree 'Green Gage'
Gage Tree 'Green Gage'
Traditional greengage, ideal for all purposes. Juicy, rich & aromatic flavour.
594
£22.25  
Gage Tree 'Oullins Golden Gage'
Gage Tree 'Oullins Golden Gage'
Dessert/culinary gage with a delicious flavour. Self fertile.
584
£22.25