Blackmoor Nurseries - Liss, Hampshire

Blackmoor Nursery is the leading specialist fruit tree nursery in the UK and grows apples, pears, plums and soft fruit for many of the high street multiple retail outlets on 250 acres of orchards in Hampshire.

For eighty years Blackmoor Nurseries has sourced its rootstocks and scion bud wood from material of the highest plant health status. The result is a wide range of fruit trees, bushes and soft fruit supplied to garden centres, commercial growers and to retail customers.

Blackmoor Orchards grow apples, pears, plums and soft fruit for many of the high street multiple retail outlets on 250 acres of orchards.

With its range of fruit enterprises, from rootstocks and fruit tree production, to orchards, storage and grading and to the Blackmoor Farm Shop, Blackmoor is involved in every link of the production chain.

It goes without saying that they're delighted their soft fruit is so well protected by our Heavy Duty Steel Fruit Cage...

Blackmoor, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 6BS

For opening hours, admission prices and further details telephone 01420 473576 or visit the Blackmoor Nurseries website.

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Harrod Horticultural products currently on display at Blackmoor Nurseries are:

Heavy Duty Steel Fruit Cage


"This Fruit Cage was planted in spring 2008. I have planted it with as many soft fruits as possible. It still looks a little sparce but this time next year I am sure it will look full up.

The cage is very sturdy and very easy to erect. Two of us put this up in a morning. Planted in the cage I have a row of Strawberries with 3 different varieties (3 x 10 plants), a row of raspberries with 3 varieties (3 x 10 plants) and a row of Redcurrants, Whitecurrants and Goosberries, all of which I shall train into cordons.

Against the sides of the cage I have planted some Blackberries, Loganberries and Tayberries. I also have some dwarf Apple, Pear, Cherry and Peach trees, a bed of Blueberries and Blackcurrants as well as a large Fig tree.   

I have had a reasonable crop of Strawberries and Blueberries earlier this summer but shall have to wait for next summer for the first full crop."
Jon Munday, Blackmoor Nurseries