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Neither the Redlove Era nor the Redlove Sirena are self fertile but this is not normally a problem in the UK. Unless you live miles from ...
Most FRUIT TREES [HTTP://WWW.SUTTONS.CO.UK/GARDENING/FRUIT/FRUIT+TREES/] are grafted onto a closely related species rootstock to predetermin...
This slow growing evergreen bushy tree will eventually reach a maximum height and spread of 8m (26ft) in 20 years or more. Choose a sunny...
The cordyline requires a sunny position that is sheltered from cold winds and a well-drained soil. The plants can be grown in the garden or ...
The persimmon will grow in most well drained soils. The tree is hardy to -14°C but it must be grown in a warm, sheltered position as the you...
Grow the plants in a warm, sunny position that is sheltered from cold, drying winds which can damage the foliage. In colder areas where the ...
The OLIVE TREE [http://seeds.suttons.co.uk/search#w=olive%20tree] can be grown outdoors during the summer and in all but the milder areas of...
The evergreen AZALEA ENCORE [http://seeds.suttons.co.uk/search#w=azalea%20encore] plants require a well-drained, moisture retentive, acid so...
THE POMEGRANATE TREE/SHRUB [HTTP://WWW.SUTTONS.CO.UK/GARDENING/FRUIT/FRUIT+TREES/ALL+FRUIT+TREES/POMEGRANATE+PLANT+-+PROVENCE_274744.HTM] is...
The GARDENIA CROWN JEWELS [http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Flower+Plants/All+Flower+Plants/Gardenia+Plant+-+Crown+Jewels_236951.htm] is a...
The Strobilanthus Brunetthy [http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Trees+and+Shrubs/Strobilanthes+Plant+-+Brunetthy_244275.htm] is a stunning t...
Depending on what sort of FRUIT TREE [HTTP://WWW.SUTTONS.CO.UK/GARDENING/FRUIT/FRUIT+TREES/] will depend on how far apart they are planted: ...
When you come to plant your FRUIT TREE [HTTP://WWW.SUTTONS.CO.UK/GARDENING/FRUIT/FRUIT+TREES/] into its final position, we recommend that a ...
Many FRUIT TREES [http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Fruit/Fruit+Trees/] are self-fertile and will produce fruit whether or not there are ot...

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