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Medlar

Medlars (Mespilus germanica)
Medlar trees with their sweet, soft and delicious apple-like fruit are very rare and quite unique. Their history goes back to medieval times in England and Europe. In the Middle Ages most walled monastery gardens included a number of these craggy but elegant trees. They can be extremely long-lived. A certain medlar tree in England, planted during the reign of King James I in the early 1600s was reportedly still alive and well quite recently!

A medlar in bloom will rival a rose bush in dignified beauty with its large white blossoms nestled in a whorl of dark green leaves.

1-1.5m (3-5') bareroot tree

Medlar : NEFLE TARDIVE Dwarf (Quince A)

$59.95

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Medlar : BREDA GIANT Dwarf (Quince A)

$64.95

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Medlar : MARRON Dwarf (Quince A)

$64.95

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Medlar : NEFLE DE OCTOBER Dwarf (Quince A)

$59.95

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