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Peach, Nectarine & Apricot Trees (Bare-rooted)

These Peaches and nectarines can be grown successfully outdoors provided they are grown in a warm, sunny and sheltered position. They are best grown as a fan against a south, south-west or west facing wall or fence. In sheltered positions in the south they can also be grown as a bush tree. A bush tree on St. Julien ‘A’ will grow to 3.5-4.5m (12-15ft) in height and spread. A fan trained tree on St. Julien ‘A’ needs a space of at least 3.5m (12ft) wide by 1.9m (6ft) high.

Richly flavoured and delicious, apricots need a warm sheltered situation to succeed. In colder regions of the U.K. they should only be grown under glass. Peaches, nectarines and apricots are self-fertile.

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


View Ken Muir's Guide to Growing Peaches, Nectarines & Sweet Almonds.
View Ken Muir's Guide to Growing Apricots.

We are now taking orders for despatch late November/ December 2019.  Please note that your card will be debited at the time of ordering.

Patio Fruit Trees
Patio Fruit Trees
Peach Trees
Peach Trees
Apricot Trees
Apricot Trees
Nectarine Trees
Nectarine Trees