Citrus limon (Lemon)
An evergreen shrub or small, freely-branching, spiny tree with dark green leaves and, from spring into early autumn, fragrant white flowers followed by large, ovoid, thick-skinned, edible yellow fruit in summer and autumn.
Citrus mitis (Calamondin)
A tender, sometimes spiny, large evergreen shrub or small, bushy tree with glossy, dark green leaves and, from spring into summer, white flowers followed by spherical yellow fruit that ripens orange.
Corylus avellana 'Cosford Cob' (Filbert/Hazel)
A mid-sized shrub or small tree with green leaves turning yellow in autumn. It bears yellow catkins in spring and abundant (hazel) nuts in autumn. Height & Spread 4m (13ft).
Corylus avellana 'Tonda Gentile Trilobata' (Hazelnut)
A large deciduous shrub or small tree with catkins in the spring followed by green leaves and in summer it has clusters of large, sweet, oval nuts that are covered with green husks. Height & Spread 3m (10ft).
Corylus avellana 'Webb's Prize Cobb'
A native deciduous English hazelnut that is quick and easy to grow and readily produces a reliable harvest of large clusters of tasty nuts. Height & Spread 2.5m (8ft).
Corylus maxima 'Kentish Cob' (Filbert/Hazel)
A large, deciduous shrub with green leaves turning yellow in autumn. It bears pale-yellow catkins in spring followed by edible hazel nuts in autumn.
Corylus maxima 'Nottingham Cobnut' (Large Filbert)
An upright, deciduous shrub or small tree with toothed, mid- to dark green leaves and pendent, yellow catkins on bare stems in late winter or early spring followed by pale brown, edible nuts in autumn.
Corylus maxima 'Red Filbert' (Filbert)
An upright, deciduous shrub or small tree with maroon to dark purple leaves in spring, many turning green in summer, and dull pink catkins on bare stems in winter followed by red or purple, edible nuts in autumn.
Cydonia oblonga 'Vranja' (Quince)
A small tree with downy covered leaves and white flowers in spring. This variety of quince has large pear-shaped fruits but is a light cropper.
Ficus carica 'Brogiotto Nero' (Fig)
A vigorous, rounded, deciduous tree bearing five-lobed, green leaves which will tolerate colder weather than most. Large, red-purple figs with a very sweet, purple pulp are produced from late summer into autumn.
Juglans nigra (Black Walnut)
A large, deciduous, fast-growing tree with large oblong leaflets, deeply furrowed bark, catkins and green fruits housing edible black nuts.
Juglans regia 'Chandler' (Walnut)
A slow-growing, rounded to broadly spreading, deciduous tree with dark green leaves and insignificant yellow-green flowers in late spring and early summer followed by spherical, green fruit containing large, edible nuts.
Juglans regia 'Fernette' (Walnut)
A deciduous tree bearing dark green leaves. Green catkins in late spring or early summer are followed by large, green, spherical fruit with edible kernels, ready for harvest in late autumn. Self-fertile.
Juglans regia (Common Walnut)
A medium-sized, broad-crowned deciduous tree, with large oblong leaflets, catkins and green fruits housing edible nuts. Height 15m (49ft), Spread 12m (39ft).
Malus domestica 'Braeburn' (Apple)
A firm, crisp and juicy dessert apple with a mouth-watering appearance and delicious flavour. Fruits September to November. Keeps well and a reliable heavy cropper. Self-fertile and frost resistant.
Malus domestica 'Bramley's Seedling' (Apple)
The best culinary variety and the most widely planted cooking apple in Britain. Large green fruits, sometimes flushed with red are produced from October to November. Heavy cropping. Needs 2 pollinators.
Malus domestica 'Egremont Russet' (Dessert Apple)
A hardy, self-fertile dessert apple with compact growth and good disease resistance. Large crops of green-yellow fruits from October to December with firm flesh and good flavour. Pale pink flowers in early summer.
Malus domestica 'Gala' (Apple)
A rounded, deciduous apple tree with ovate, serrated, dull green leaves, pale pink to white flowers in spring and crisp, sweet, medium-sized, red, yellow, and orange-mottled apples ready for harvest in autumn.
Malus domestica 'Tickled Pink' (Dessert Apple)
A compact, upright, deciduous tree with ovate, toothed, dull grey-green leaves, pink flowers in mid- to late spring and edible, dark red fruit with red, marbled flesh ready for harvest in mid-autumn.
Mespilus germanica 'Nottingham' (Medlar)
An upright to spreading, deciduous shrub or small tree with dark green leaves turning yellow-brown in autumn and white flowers in late spring followed by small, spherical, fleshy, brown fruit ready for harvest after frost.
Morus nigra 'Chelsea' (Black Mulberry)
A small, broad, deciduous tree with small catkins of tiny, green flowers in late spring and early summer followed by green, edible fruit turning dark reddish-purple when ready for harvest in late summer.
Prunus avium 'Stella' (Cherry)
An exceptional self-fertile, dessert cherry with large dark red or black fruit. White flowers appear in mid-spring, followed by cherries which are ready for picking from late July to August.
Prunus avium 'Summer Sun' (Cherry)
An upright, deciduous fruit tree which spreads when mature and gets white flowers in late spring. It is a very reliable cropper with red cherries that ripen to almost black in mid-summer.
Prunus avium 'Sunburst' (Cherry)
An upright, deciduous fruit tree which spreads when mature and gets white flowers in late spring, followed by deep-red, sweet cherry fruit in late summer.
Prunus domestica 'Cambridge Gage' (Greengage)
A deciduous dessert or culinary fruit tree with mid-green leaves & white flowers in late spring followed by reliable crops of yellow-green fruit, sometimes pink-flushed, ready for harvest in late summer or early autumn.
Prunus domestica 'Old Greengage' (Greengage)
A fruiting culinary plum producing pale yellow-green fruit with soft, sweet flesh in late summer.
Prunus insititia 'Merryweather' (Damson)
Fruits in September. A very prolific variety that is also hardy with large black fruits that have cream-yellow flesh which are particularly suited to freezing or bottling. Self-fertile.
Pyrus communis 'Concorde' (Pear)
A compact, deciduous pear tree, with white flowers in spring, followed by edible, green, dessert fruits in autumn. Requires a pollinator.
Pyrus communis 'Conference' (Pear)
This dessert pear tree is one of the easiest varieties to grow. Covered with pure white flowers in mid-spring, followed by delicious, long, yellowish green fruits from September to November. Self-fertile.
Pyrus communis 'Doyenn'é Du Comice' (Pear)
A popular dessert Pear. White blossom in spring followed in autumn by sweet, golden green fruit that is tinged pink. Fruits October to November. Requires a pollinator.
Pyrus communis 'Williams Bon Chr'étien' (Pear)
A compact dessert pear tree with white flowers in spring, followed by delicious, large golden-yellow fruits in September. Heavy cropping. Partially self-fertile.