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What if you only want a small number of fruit trees and can't decide what to get?


Fruit trees that are self-fertile and don't require a pollinator:

Apple (eating): Red Windsor

Apple (cooking): Reverend W.Wilks

Cherry (eating): Stella

Cherry (cooking): Morello

Damson: Farleigh

Pear: Invincible (eating but can be used for cooking) , Sensation

Plum or Gage (eating): River's Early, Opal

Plum or Gage (cooking): Blaisdon Red

Please note that most of the above will fruit better if there is a pollinator (different variety with compatible pollen) in the vicinity


Compatible Pairs:

Apples (eating, early-mid season): Katy, Red Windsor

Apples (eating, mid season-late): Herefordshire Russet, Honeycrisp

Apples (eating and cooking): Red Windsor , Reverend W. Wilks

Cherries (eating) : Stella, Sweetheart

Cherries (eating and cooking): Stella, Morello

Pears (eating): Invincible, Sensation

Pears (eating and cooking): Invincible, Catillac

Plums and Gages (eating): Opal, River's Early

Plums and Gages (cooking): , Blaison Red, Yellow Pershore


Compatible triplets

Apples (eating): Katy, Red Windsor, Herefordshire Russet

Apples (2 x eating and 1 x cooking): Katy, Red Windsor, Bramley's Seedling/Bramley 20)

Apples (1 x eating and 2 x cooking): Red Windsor, Bramley's Seedling/Bramley 20, Reverend W Wilks

Cherries (2 x eating and 1 x cooking): Stella, Sweetheart, Morello

Pears (eating): Beth, Invincible, Sensation

Pears (2 x eating and 1 x cooking): Invincible, Sensation, Catillac

Plums and Gages (eating): Cambridge Gage, Opal, River's Early,

Plums and Gages (cooking): Blaisdon Red, Purple Pershore, Yellow Pershore