Looking to buy a fruit tree but they're £10-15 cheaper than other places. Anyone had good / bad experience with them?
the worst thing about them is the photoshopped colours in the catalogue.
There is no such thing as a tri coloured buddlia, what you will get there is three tiny plants put into the same pot. There they will struggle to grow as they will be too close to each other.
It's free tho Lyn, tri coloured or not
Seriously, if you are investing in fruit trees ( or any tree come to that ) which you expect will give you something back for a period of 20 to 30 years, it is better to go to a specialist and pay the extra for a good specimen.
As in most things, you get what you pay for..........usually anyway