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At Woolpit Nurseries, we invite you to embark on a delightful journey of cultivating fruit trees that will bring your garden spring blossoms and reward you with a harvest of fresh, tasty fruit. Our commitment to quality, coupled with a diverse range of ornamental trees and fruit trees, makes Woolpit Nurseries the ideal destination for all gardeners seeking to add the charm of fruit-bearing trees to their outdoor space.
At Woolpit Nurseries, we understand that choosing the right fruit tree is a decision rooted in both passion and practicality. Here’s why our fruit trees stand out:
Our commitment to quality ensures that every fruit tree is robust, healthy, and ready to thrive in your garden.
From classic apple trees to peach, pear, plum and cherry trees, our collection caters to every taste and garden size.
Our staff are here to help. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting, we want your garden to thrive.
While our fruit trees may take center stage, consider complementing your orchard with:
Shrubs: Enhance the overall garden landscape with a variety of shrubs, adding texture and color.
Topiary: Add an artistic touch to your garden with topiary, making a statement alonside the fruit trees.
Italian Plants: Infuse a Mediterranean charm with our selection of Italian plants, adding character and style.
Bulbs: Embrace seasonal beauty by incorporating bulbs that burst into vibrant blooms throughout the year.
Perennials: Enjoy continuous blooms with perennials that bring enduring beauty to your garden.
When it comes to planting and caring for your fruit trees, a little planning goes a long way. Here’s your guide to help your orchard thrive:
1. Choosing the Right Spot: Consider your garden layout and the specific needs of your fruit tree before making a selection. Keep in mind that cross-pollinating trees should be planted relatively close to each other. Also, think strategically to prevent fallen fruit from cluttering paths and decking areas.