Agaves & Arids
Bananas, Gingers & Aroids
Cloud Pruned, Bonsai & Niwaki Trees
Gifts for Gardeners
Grasses & Grass Like
Half, Quarter & Full Standards
Hardy Palm Trees
Hedging & Screening
Pleached & Espalier Screening
Tree Ferns & Ferns
Architectural & Colonial Gardens
Patio & Courtyard Gardens
Screening or Lose Your Neighbour
Small Town Garden
Growing fruit and edible plants is easy and fit's nicely in the exotic garden. Our fruit plants are a specially selected, ornamental range that are both attractive to look at and produce a tasty treat at the same time.They are fruit plants which are easy to grow and maintain as well as being plants that are attractive in the garden even when not producing fruit. Don't worry if you have never grown fruit trees or soft fruit plants before because those listed below are very simple to look after. Just remember these plant's shouldn't be restricted to the vegetable patch, enjoy them for what they are planted amongst other ornamentals in your garden.
Arbutus Unedo Rubra
Pink Strawberry Tree
Arbutus Unedo Rubra is a large bushy evergreen shrub that blooms during mid-late fall. It has rough bark and dark green leaves. For optimal growth, it is recommended to plant the plant in a location where there is a lot of sun. It grows rosy-pink u...
Chaenomeles superba 'Texas Scarlet'
Flowering quince, Japanese quince, japonica. A spreading thorny shrub with changing seasonal interest. Clusters of cup-shaped, bright scarlet red oriental looking flowers are borne in spring, followed by attractive green edible quince fruits ripening...
Cordon Apple 'Blue Moon' (Starline)
‘Blue Moon’ has crisp, juicy, purplish-blue apples with a flavour that combines sweetness and sharpness and is ready in August and September. Eater columnar apple. Resistant against fungal diseases such as scab and mildew, resistant against la...
Cordon Apple 'Fire dance' - (Starline)
Cordon Apple 'Fire dance' - (Starline)...
Ficus carica 'Brown Turkey'
Brown Turkey' is a large deciduous shrub with bold, deeply lobed leaves and insignificant flowers followed by edible fruit to 10cm in length, at first green, but purplish when ripe. Usually one crop of fruit per year, but sometimes two in a hot summe...
Ficus carica 'Brunswick'
An attractive self fertile tree with handsome foliage, that produces a heavy crop of medium sized pear-shaped figs. The green skinned fruits have a delicious, sweet flavour and yellow and red flesh. Fruits develop in spring and ripen from August to S...
Ficus carica 'Ice Crystal'
This new introduction has fantastic deeply cut leaves shaped like ice crystals, turning bright yellow in the autumn. Very architectural and tolerant of coastal conditions. Minute petalless flowers are contained in a hollowed-out receptacle, which enl...
Malus domestica 'James Grieve'
Malus domestica 'James Grieve'Common Names: apple 'James Grieve'...
Poncirus trifoliata is a very unusual shrub related to citrus, and is often used as the rootstock for grafting different citrus varieties, due to its strong growh and cold tolerance. It flowers around March, before the leaves appear and after a good ...
Vitis vinifera Grape Vine. A woody climber with bright green leaves, turning bronze-red in autumn. The flowers emerge from June to July, with large bunches of grapes being produced in the autumn. Ideally should be in a sunny position and will...