We’re a wee, green, family business, rooted in Perthshire, Scotland.
We have now stopped taking orders for bare root trees. The catalogue for next winter’s trees will be produced around September.
The sales area for potted trees and soft fruit is now restocked and we are now running an AUTUMN SALE
Please visit for lots of bargains as many prices have been reduced. There are additional grafted trees for sale too. Many soft fruits now only £4 and mystery trees for £10. Also potted hedging and forest trees for sale at £4 each. NOW is the best time for planting potted plants. STOP PRESS the stock of trees is now running low so please visit soon if you want trees this month. Many thanks to all those customers who have visited over the last few weeks.
Thank you to everyone who has bought potted trees this year.
Appletreeman (Andrew Lear) propagates and sells hardy, heritage and Scottish fruit trees. at Blackhaugh Community Farm. We also grow and sell soft fruit and edible hedging. We pot up a range of soft fruits and trees each spring. You can visit the farm any time. Email me on email@example.com if you need advice.
There are a few herbs for sale supplied by Sarah of Plants with Purpose.
Appletreeman normally runs a number of horticultural, community events – from courses, workshops and talks to various groups, as well as apple days. Find out what’s coming up… we are in the process of planning for a few pruning courses over the winter.
We can offer a grafting service for any special tree you want propagated. Contact Lynsey for advice and an estimate of costs.
We are currently not able to hire out our fruit press and mobile honey extractor
We can provide professional consultancy and advice for your orchard projects.
Judith at Cairnomohr winery has advised me that they are offering a juicing service, so please take advantage of this in the meantime.
We can offer gift vouchers for trees and courses. Why not consider this for a present for your friends?
Please consider returning our 10 litre Black Pots so we can pot up more trees! Thanks.