A cross between blackberyy and raspberry. Large, dark red fruits with an excellent flavour are borne in mid July and August. Good for cooking: can be used for jams, jellies, pies etc. Freezes well. Grows in most soils in sun or part shade.
A small, spreading, deciduous tree with green leaves turning a warm russet in autumn. White flowers are borne in late spring followed by fleshy, brown, edible fruits in autumn. Nottingham has larger fruits and flowers than the species. Grows in most soils in sun or part shade. Height 4m, spread 4.5m after 10 years.
A medium sized deciduous tree with heart shaped, green leaves. Large, raspberry-like, red fruits are produced in August and September. The fruits can be eaten or used for cooking. Grows in most soils in sun. Height 5m, spread 3.5m after 10 years.
A large fruited nectarine with early, juicy fruits. Self-fertile, pick in early August. Needs a sunny, sheltered site, can be trained against a wall. Height 4m .