April 8, 2019 By Milani Moulton In Garden Plants
Grow your own Fruit on the Patio
Jersey Plants Direct’s mini trees of well known apple, pear, cherry & plum varieties are simple to grow. 40-70cm apart (you can control the height and spread you want them to be), these fruit trees are ideal for the patio or small garden. They can be grown on your patio in containers, planted in the garden border or as a piece in your lawn. Ready for immediate planting.
Cherry Sylvia & Plum Black Amber
1 of each variety. Cherry Sylvia: Produces an abundance of sweet tasting cherries in summer.
Golden Delicious & Braeburn
1 of each variety. Braeburn: Britain’s favourite apple!. Easy to grow with excellent yields of crisp juicy fruit. Both cropping in October.
Conference & Doyenne Cornice
1 of each variety. Conference: A very popular, reliable variety, produces long narrow fruit with firm and tasty flesh. Doyenne du Cornice: Produces a round fruit with soft, juicy flesh. Very sweet tasting, excellent dessert pear. Cropping late September to mid October.
The definition of pollination is:
The transfer of pollen from the anthers (male parts of the plant) to the stigma (the female part of the plants), without this process the fruit will not grow.
Definition of self fertile:
This is when the pollination process occurs with pollen from the anthers on to stigma of the same tree. Cross pollination: This is where the stigma from one tree requires pollen from another tree of the same family but not same variety.
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