Stone Fruit Trees – Future Forests

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Stone Fruit Trees

Stone Fruit Trees

A tempting range of plums, gages, damsons, cherries, apricots, and peaches—some of which are difficult to find elsewhere in Ireland. We have selected these varieties based on beautiful spring blossoms and an abundance of sweet fruit. Some require shelter or a warm sunny spot, so make sure to check each plants requirements.



Bareroot stone fruit trees | December to March

Most of our stone fruit trees are sold in bareroot form from December to March. You can learn more about the differences between bareroot and potted plants and about getting started growing fruit in our advice section.

Potted stone fruit trees | all year round

Potted stone fruit trees are available at different times throughout the rest of the year, but the best selection, and the best time to plant, is in spring (April to June). Outside of these times our selection is more limited.

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Cherry Merton Glory - Future Forests

Cherry Merton Glory

€22.00

Cherry Merton Glory An outstanding early variety of ‘white’ cherry, sweet, Cherry Merton Glory was bred in England in the early 20th century. The fruit is large, heart-shaped, pale yellow flushed red, with sweet, white flesh and a good, sweet flavour. Compact, upright tree, heavy, regular cropper. Will crop best trained against a warm wall, so t...

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Cherry Morello
€22.00
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Cherry Morello - Future Forests

Cherry Morello

€22.00

Cherry Morello A very old variety, grown in England from the early 17th century, acid Cherry Morello is the classic cooking cherry. The fruit is medium-sized, almost black with dark red flesh; wonderful rich cherry flavour when cooked. Fruit contains the anti-oxidant and sleep-regulator melatonin. Compact, spreading tree, very hardy and reliable...

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Cherry Stella
€18.00 to €22.00
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Cherry Stella

€18.00

Cherry Stella The first self-fertile sweet cherry, bred in Canada in the 1960s, Cherry Stella is a very good choice where there is only room for one cherry tree. The fruit is large, deep red and glossy, with deep red flesh and a very good, sweet flavour.  Vigorous tree, upright at first, spreading later; heavy, reliable cropper. Can be trained a...

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Plum Coe's Golden Drop

Plum Coe's Golden Drop

€18.00

Plum Coe’s Golden Drop A very old (1800), Suffolk-bred, late dessert plum, Prunus domestica Coe's Golden Drop has a luscious gage-like flavour derived from its Green Gage parent. The relatively large fruit is oval, pale gold freckled with red, with tender, juicy, yellow flesh and a superb flavour with a hint of apricot, perfectly balanced betwee...

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Plum Czar
€18.00
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Plum Czar - Future Forests

Plum Czar

€18.00

Plum Czar Bred in Hertfordshire in the 1870s, Plum Czar is primarily a culinary plum, but can also be eaten raw when fully ripe. Thrives even in northern areas, areas of heavy rainfall, and northern aspects. Medium-sized to large, deep purple fruit with tart, yellow-orange flesh, juicier and sweeter when fully ripe.  Compact, attractive tree; re...

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Plum Jubilee
€18.00
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Plum Jubilee - Future Forests

Plum Jubilee

€18.00

Plum Jubilee Also known as Jubileum, dual-purpose Plum Jubilee was bred in Sweden in 1985 and is well adapted to colder climates. Often seen as an improved version of Plum Victoria, though they are not near relations. Large, oval, deep red fruit turning purple when ripe, with a free stone and sweet, firm, juicy, yellow flesh with a good balance ...

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Plum Victoria
€18.00
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Plum Victoria - Future Forests

Plum Victoria

€18.00

Plum Victoria Found as a chance seedling in a Sussex Garden in the first half of the 19th century, dual-purpose Plum Victoria is supremely reliable in Irish conditions, tolerating cold, damp, and partial shade. The fruit is medium-sized to large, orange-pink ripening to a deeper red with a bluish bloom; the flesh is yellow, juicy, and firm, swee...

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Apricot Bredase - Future Forests
Apricot Bredase
€28.00
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Apricot Bredase - Future Forests

Apricot Bredase

€28.00

Apricot Bredase One of the oldest apricot varieties, mid-season Apricot Bredase is thought to date back to Roman times, and is still prized as perhaps the finest flavoured of all. Speckled, apricot-orange, scented fruit with orange flesh is ready in late August, and, for the richest flavour, should be allowed to ripen on the tree until it starts...

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Apricot Early Moorpark - Future Forests
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Apricot Early Moorpark - Future Forests

Apricot Early Moorpark

€28.00

Apricot Early Moorpark A mid-season variety, Apricot Early Moorpark is an earlier-ripening form of the popular 18th century English variety Moorpark. It is well adapted to cooler climates, but more suited to the warmer parts of Ireland. The fruit is golden-yellow, paler than modern apricots but tender and with an excellent flavour, red-flushed w...


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Apricot Goldcot
Apricot Goldcot
€24.00
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Apricot Goldcot

Apricot Goldcot

€24.00

Apricot Goldcot American-bred, and adapted to colder, wetter climates, Prunus armeniaca Goldcot produces fairly large, golden-orange fruit which ripen in early August. Grown on a semi-dwarfing rootstock, it makes a small, deciduous tree which crops reliably and heavily if planted in a warm, sheltered position. Apricots flower early and blossom m...


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Cherry Early Rivers - Future Forests
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Cherry Early Rivers - Future Forests

Cherry Early Rivers

€22.00

Cherry Early Rivers A very early variety of sweet cherry, Cherry Early Rivers was bred in England in the mid-19th century. The fruit is very large, heart-shaped and glossy, with almost black skin and flesh and a small stone; very good, sweet flavour.  Vigorous, spreading tree, heavy, regular cropper. Best trained against a warm wall, as the flow...


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Cherry Sunburst
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Cherry Sunburst - Future Forests

Cherry Sunburst

€22.00

Cherry Sunburst With Cherry Stella as one of its parents, Canadian-bred Cherry Sunburst is the first self-fertile black cherry, cropping a little earlier than Cherry Stella. The fruit is large, glossy and almost black, with a very good, sweet flavour and texture. Very easy to pick.Self-fertile, but may crop better with a different variety of che...

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Cherry Sweetheart
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Cherry Sweetheart

Cherry Sweetheart

€18.00

Cherry Sweetheart A late season dessert cherry, Prunus avium Sweetheart has the huge advantage of being self-fertile. It was raised in British Columbia, Canada, so is well suited to our climate. Beautiful white blossom is borne late, from April into May, so it will usually avoid late frosts. The glossy red cherries have a rich flavour and good t...


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Damson Farleigh - Future Forests
Damson Farleigh
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Damson Farleigh - Future Forests

Damson Farleigh

€18.00

Damson Farleigh Found as a wild seedling in Kent about 1820, culinary Damson Farleigh is nevertheless extremely hardy and reliable in the colder and wetter parts of Ireland. The fruit is small, oval, and blue-black with a heavy bluish bloom; the flesh is yellow, dry and firm, with a rich, tart, damson flavour, perfect for cooking and jam-making ...

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Damson Langley Bullace
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Damson Langley Bullace

Damson Langley Bullace

€18.00

Damson Langley Bullace A late season, culinary damson, Prunus insititia Langley Bullace is, despite the name, a small damson rather than a bullace. The rather small, round to oblong fruit has an almost black skin with a beautiful blue bloom when ripe. The flesh is greenish and tart, with a clinging stone, and is excellent for making pies, crumbl...


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Damson Merryweather - Future Forests
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Damson Merryweather - Future Forests

Damson Merryweather

€18.00

Damson Merryweather Raised in Nottinghamshire and introduced in 1907, culinary Damson Merryweather is well suited to cold and wet areas, and may in fact be a plum. The fruit is very large for a damson, blue-black with a light blue bloom; the flesh is greenish-yellow, juicy and firm, with a clinging stone and good damson flavour. Good for cooking...

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Damson Shepherds Bullace - Future Forests
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Damson Shepherds Bullace - Future Forests

Damson Shepherds Bullace

€18.00

Shepherds Bullace Bullaces are very closely related to damsons, but are round instead of oval.  A cultivar of the wild bullace sometimes found in hedgerows, Prunus insititia Shepherd’s Bullace is like a rounder, smaller, golden damson. A tough, reliable, thorny, disease-resistant tree with an upright habit, it’s a regular, heavy cropper. Attract...


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Damson Shropshire Prune - Future Forests
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Damson Shropshire Prune - Future Forests

Damson Shropshire Prune

€18.00

Damson Shropshire Prune A very old culinary variety dating back to the 17th century, Damson Shropshire Prune is probably the finest flavoured of the damsons. The fruit is small, oval, and inky blue-black with a heavy, greyish bloom; the flesh is greenish-yellow, juicy, firm, and quite sweet, with a semi-clinging stone and excellent, rich, tart, ...

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Gage Cambridge Gage - Future Forests
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Gage Cambridge Gage - Future Forests

Gage Cambridge Gage

€18.00

Gage Cambridge Gage A chance seedling discovered in the early 1920s in the Chivers orchards in Cambridgeshire, Gage Cambridge Gage is a reliable dual-purpose greengage which will do better in drier parts of the country. The fruit is smaller than a plum’s, round, light yellowish-green, with yellow and pink flushes, and with a definite bloom; fles...

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Gage Denniston’s Superb - Future Forests
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Gage Denniston’s Superb - Future Forests

Gage Denniston’s Superb

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Gage Denniston’s Superb Bred in New York State in the 19th century, dessert Plum Denniston’s Superb is thought to be a true plum, but has beautiful greengage-like fruit, and is less fussy than most gages. Small, round, greenish-yellow fruit with sweet, rich, greengage flavour.  Moderately vigorous, upright-spreading tree with a tendency to devel...

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