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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE DELIVERY OF YOUR ORDER If your order includes live items such as plants, fruit or potatoes then these notes ...
Our STRAWBERRY PLANTS are supplied in a dormant state. There may be a few dead leaves on the plants which should be removed. At the time ...
Most FRUIT TREES [1] are grafted onto a closely related species rootstock to predetermine the size and vigour of the tree and to give the...
JOSTABERRY PLANTS [1] produce more tolerant than many fruits of their site and soil conditions. They like a rich, moist well drained soil...
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 ...
On receipt remove the plant from the packaging immediately and give the plant a drink. These plants have already been grown on in the pot p...
This stunning ornamental PINKBERRY PINK LEMONADE PLANT [1] has a bushy upright growing habit with fine pointed leaves which turn bright o...
RHUBARB [http://www.dobies.co.uk/Garden/Fruit/Soft+Fruit/Rhubarb/list.htm]crowns should be planted as soon as possible after receiving them....
GRAPE VINES [http://seeds.dobies.co.uk/search?w=grape+vines&asug=] should be planted in a sheltered, sunny position, ideally a south or west...
MEDLARS [http://www.dobies.co.uk/Garden/Fruit/Fruit+Trees/All+Fruit+Trees/Medlar+Westeveldt+1_283754.htm] are self-fertile and will grow in ...
THE POMEGRANATE TREE/SHRUB [1] is supplied in a 3 litre pot the plants will be 40 to 60cm (16-24″) in height when delivered. The plant wi...
THE CHILEAN GUAVA [1] is a slow growing evergreen shrub that will withstand temperatures down to -10°C (14°F). It will grow to a height o...
This self-fertile variety of WALNUT [http://www.dobies.co.uk/Garden/Fruit/Fruit+Trees/Walnut+Trees/Nut+Tree+-+Walnut+Lara_241060.htm] will e...
Dig over the ground prior to planting removing all weeds and incorporate a generous amount of compost or well-rotted manure. Plant the trees...
Established fig trees are pruned in June by pinching back all young shoots to 4 or 5 leaves to promote fruiting shoots to form. In spring ti...
Depending on what sort of FRUIT TREE [1] will depend on how far apart they are planted: Apples, pears and plums are planted 3-3.6m (10...
Our 5 KG POTATO AND FRUIT FERTILISER will cover an area of 100sq m (119.5sq yds.)
Ideal for fruit or flower garden the magnificent Fourberry is special in four important ways: * Pretty yellow flowers in April/May ...
When you come to plant your FRUIT TREE [1] into its final position, we recommend that a high quality stake is used that can be left in pl...
Many FRUIT TREES [http://www.dobies.co.uk/Garden/Fruit/Fruit+Trees/] are self-fertile and will produce fruit whether or not there are other ...
It is not uncommon for CITRUS TREES [1] to naturally drop a small number of leaves especially in winter. Where a large proportion of leav...

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