Medlar Trees

Medlars will normally grow in any well-drained soil and fruit best in full view of the sun. Medlar plants are tough, but prone to damage from high winds, so a sheltered area will see them thrive.

The Medlar fruit must be left to ripen and ripen to the point where they’re almost rotting before they are ready to eat – certainly not everyone’s taste. But those who do taste a medlar will find they are tart and sweet to the point of having an almost caramel tinge.

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  • Nottingham Medlar Tree

    Nottingham Medlar Trees

    Mespilus germanica

    £48.00
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