Apple tree plant online store
Apple Tree Plants
www.Grownforyou.co.uk have launched their fruit and vegetable growing website. Grown For You’s aim to help you get the best out of your garden by supplying quality young fruit and vegetable plants to produce all your favourite fruit and veg at home.
Amongst the many fruit and vegetable plants that are available in their online store, is a fabulous range of apple trees. In fact, they have a range of 14 different varieties of apple tree plants; amongst them:
- Braeburn apple trees
- Bramley apple trees
- Charles Ross apple trees
- Coxs Orange Pippin apple trees
- James Grieve apple trees
Grow Your Own Apples - know your pollination groups
To help their visitors choose the ideal apple tree and grow the best fruit, GrownForYou feature useful information about pollination, indicating the pollination group of each apple tree plant. Interestingly, unless the variety of apple that you choose to grow at home are self-fertile, apple trees need another tree planted next to it in the same pollination group or from an apple tree from the group either side.
Confused? - it’s quite simple: A tree in group 3 can be pollinated by a tree in group 2, 3 or 4. Most of the Grown For You apples are in group 3 or 4, so they pollinate each other.
If you already have an apple tree in your garden and you don’t know which group they fall into, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name if the variety and we will give you the help and advice you need to make your tree buying decision.
The tree area of my garden is already taken up with different varieties of eucalyptus, but I am going to have a go at growing my own cauliflowers, beetroot and iceberg lettuce.
Why not have a look at the site and see how inexpensive fruit plants, vegetable plants and fruit trees and bushes can be and you could be using your own produce in the future!