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- 05-04-2017, 07:15 AM #49Sprouter
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- Oct 2016
I don't grow on dwarf root stocks nor do I need to prune 4 times a year my soil is poor and naturally limits the vigor of the trees. I don't image M27 would last longer here at all. I also grow mainly in restricted forms and up until recently have stayed away from tip bearers which helps.
The Apple book by rosie Sanders
Here's a nice big list to muse over Fruit Trees- Historic Varieties Grown and Supplied by Bernwode Fruit Trees after spotting something which interests normally a quick google will bring up details about a particular variety.
If you have a local orchard group perhaps they have a website? I've chosen a few of my trees as they were locally bred/discovered.
- 05-04-2017, 09:31 AM #50Sprouter
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- Feb 2016
- Ascot, Berks
Specialist Nursery websites will give you a good detail of many varieties:
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Fruit trees for sale - Suffolk Fruit and Trees - The Fruit Tree Specialists