Fruit trees for sale | Quince Fruit Trees.
Blackmoor Nursery is one of very few Nurseries in the UK offering gardeners the opportunity to buy Quince fruit trees direct from our Nursery.
All orders are despatched in one delivery. If your order contains both bare root and container grown plants then we can only despatch when all plants are ready.
Any Bare Root Quince fruit trees - Availability means available for supply from Nov to April.
Any Container grown Quince fruit trees -Availability means available for supply now.
How tall will my Quince tree grow?
Rootstocks Guide for Quince Trees - All grafted onto the QA rootstock. See the chart below, all of our fruit trees are labelled using these codes.
The dwarf range will grow to approximately 2 metres.
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Bare Root = Field grown trees that have been freshly lifted and supplied with no soil around the roots. Only available during the dormant period November-April
7 or 10 Litre = Container grown and can be planted all year round. The size refers to the number of litres of compost that the container holds.
2 Year Bush = A two year old tree that has been pruned back in the first winter to form a bush shape. Generally trees will be 140-160cm in height with multiple side branches. This height guide is an end of summer height.
Collection - If you would like to collect your trees then use this option. Note the collection is from the Wholesale Nursery office between Monday-Friday only. Please allow 1 working days for your order to be processed prior to collection date.
We are not a Garden Centre or retail Nursery. Orders can be placed via our website and the collection option can be selected at the checkout. Your order will then be ready for you to collect during our normal opening hours which are Monday-Friday 07.30-16.30. Our plants are grown in fields that can be 2 miles away from our office so it is not possible to just turn up and select your own trees.
Delivery Charges - The delivery charge is worked out from the weight and the size of the plant. We have several rates that apply to UK mainland addresses. A delivery charge of £9.95 is for all single tree orders. £11.40 if more than one tree.
To take advantage of a promotional code or gift voucher this must be entered into the redeem code box at the checkout. Discounts cannot be given once an order is completed and any codes have not been used.
Quince Fruit Trees | Award of Garden Merit | Genus Cydonia oblonga | Vranja Quince Trees For Sale | Buy Online
Quince Vranja fruit trees - Even if you have no use for the fruit it is well worth growing this quince tree. The gnarled and contorted trunk and branches give the tree a oriental look. Ornamental pink flowers followed by large, pear-shaped fruit. Vranja is a self fertile quince. Quinces originally came from Iranian mountain slopes - which can get cold in winter so they are extremely hardy.
Size and shape of Vranja quince trees for sale below.
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8 Apr 18 | Keith
Ordered my first ever fruit trees for the garden at my new house in Aug - Vranja, Bramley, Saturn (eating apple), Majorie's Seedling, Merryweather and Louise Bon Boone Jersey. Waited in anticipation for delivery and the bareroot trees and stakes arrived in early December very well packed with clear planting instructions. Managed to get them in the ground next day despite the weather. Been keenly checking them almost daily for signs of growth and all now have green buds with the Quince in leaf. Looking forward to many years of fruit. Very happy with them and will be back for some some plants soon. Thankyou Blackmoor.
27 Feb 15 | Dawnmarie
I come back to Blackmoors time and time again because the fruit stock is second to none; the customer service is excellent; the packaging is sturdy; despatch is swift ie a few days rather than weeks. Again, this Vranja I have just received is one fine specimen. Thankyou so much everyone at Blackmoors. I love my tree!
22 Apr 14 | Cathy Corbishley Michel
We bought this tree a year ago and it produced a single perfect quince in its' first year. It now has in April 2014 the most fabulous white pink tinged blossom and we hope for a bigger crop this year.
15 Apr 14 | Jillie Woolcock
A very healthy looking 'Vranja' Quince arrived beautifully wrapped and ready to go. Thank you Blackmore, I will be back and will certainly recommend others to use your website.
2 Mar 14 | Heather McAdam
I asked for a delay in order delivery and it came when requested, beautifully packaged and in great condition. I have always had very reliable service from Blackmoor and also the fact that they don't charge more to deliver to my area means that I will keep coming back to them.
1 Oct 13 | Margaret Tinsley
This is the first time I have purchased trees from you and I am delighted with the advice and service I have received. Nothing was too much trouble and you were very patient in dealing with my many questions. I collected my trees, a Quince and a cherry, yesterday and they will be delivered to my family today. I know they will be as pleased as I am with the size and quality of the trees. I will have no hesitation in purchasing from you in the future and I have already recommended you to several friends.
12 Sep 13 | j c syson
Bought two years ago Plenty of growth this year Looking forward to fruit in the future Just placed a large order im so pleased with their delivery packing and service
2 May 13 | Dave Mercer
This is my third order - the first two orders were larger order and I found the site very clear and easy to use with plenty of information on each variety which allowed me to make informed choices on varieties suitable for growing this far north. Will be back again (and again !)
12 Jan 13 | Neil Ovenden
Bought and planted late 2011 - delivered without damage - growing healthily, maybe it will fruit 2013 ?
Cydonia oblonga Quince Vranga Growing Tips.
Quinces tolerate a range of soil but grow best in a deep, fertile, moisture-retentive soil. Although they are hardy, they need a warm, sunny, sheltered spot, as the flowers are susceptible to frost, and sun is needed for the fruit to ripen.
In southern England they can be grown in the open, but farther north it is best planted in a sheltered position, for example against a wall with a south or south-west aspect.
Plant new quinces between November and March. Bush trees should be about 3.5m (12ft) apart Stake trees for the first three or four years.
Quinces are self-fertile and usually start cropping when four - five years old.
As with any fruiting tree, feeding and mulching is important. In February apply a general fertiliser, such as Growmore for example, at 100g per sq m (3oz per sq yd). In late March, apply sulphate of ammonia at 35g per sq m (1oz per sq yd). Mulch in early spring with well-rotted farmyard manure or compost, keeping the material clear of the tree trunk. Water well in dry during dry spells in spring and summer.
Harvesting The fruits should be left on the tree as long as possible to develop their flavour, provided there is no danger of frost. They usually ripen in late October or early November when they will be golden-coloured and aromatic. Only undamaged fruits should be picked and then stored in a cool, dark place on shallow trays. Ensure the fruits do not touch, and do not wrap them. Allow them to mellow for six and eight weeks before use. Quinces are strongly aromatic so avoid storing with other fruits. They will keep for two or three months.
Pruning and training Quinces fruit mostly on the tips of the shoots made the previous year. They do not form many fruiting spurs. Prune and train in the dormant season between late autumn and early spring. The branch framework is developed along the same lines as for an apple. After the fourth year, only light pruning is necessary, apart from the occasional removal of crowding or low-lying branches.