Fruit Trees

Fruit

Get out and get growing with our great offers!

Get out and get growing and get healthy by growing your own 5 a day with our huge range of fruit bushes, 26 different varieties to choose from.

Our trees are also great , we have a huge range priced from only €15.95. We even have a twin apple tree for the patio or small garden. that’s right two apple varieties growing on the same tree and with a dwarf root-stock it will not get too big for any garden.

Or why not add some flavor to your favourite dinner or barbeque, all our herbs €2.50 each or 5 for only €10.00 which is a superb offer.

Fruit Trees

Plum Trees

Plums are a delightful addition to any home garden. Plums are excellent fresh fruits but can also make a wonderful jam or jelly.Growing plum trees is not too difficult as long as you give them what they need.
Plums require full sun and well-drained, sandy soil in order to thrive.Most plum trees will reach 16 feet at maturity or 14 feet if they are a dwarf variety.
Plums can belong to one of three groups: European, Japanese or Damson.

  • Prunus d.Opal
  • Prunus d. Victoria
  • Prunus d. The Czar
  • Prunus d. Damson

Cherry Trees

The cherry is a fruit of many plants of the Prunus, and is a fleshy fruit . The cherry fruits are usually obtained from a limited number of species such as cultivars of the sweet cherry, Prunus avium.

  • Prunus a. Stella
  • Prunus c. Morello

-Pyrus c. Conference

-Pyrus c. Doyenne du Comice

€12.95 each, ideal for patios and small gardens

  • -Twin Jonagold/ Golden pearman
  • -Twin golden delicious/cox’s orange pippin

Malus

Eating apple trees of different varieties as listed below:

  • Malus d. Winston
  • Malus d. Elstar
  • Malus d. Katja
  • Malus d. Cox’s Orange pippin
  • Malus d. Discovery
  • Malus d. James Grieve
  • Malus d. Brambley
  • Malus Medlar

Hazelnut Trees

The hazelnut tree blooms and pollinates in the middle of winter.
The flowers remain inactive until spring, when fertilisation completes and the nuts begin to develop.
The natural growth habit of the hazelnut is a bush, or multi-stemmed small tree.

  • Corylus Cobsford cob
  • Corylus Kentish cob

Sweet Chestnut Tree

  • Castanea sativa

Check out our variety of Mountain Ash trees we have available here in Kilcannon Garden Centre. 

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