Fruit Tree Size Chart

Use our Fruit Tree Size Chart to find out the mature sizes of our fruit trees. The final height of a fruit tree is determined by the rootstock it is grafted onto. Our trees are available in 5 sizes, choose the best size of tree for your garden using our Fruit Tree Rootstock Guide.

  

If you're looking to plant a native tree in your garden then check out our UK tree size chart here instead.

 

Fruit Tree Size Chart

FRUIT TREE TYPES

VERY DWARFING

Patio Tubs

Confined Spaces

Step - over

DWARFING

Bush

Cordon

Fan

SEMI DWARFING

Bush

Cordon

Fan/Espalier

MODERATE

Bush

Half Standard

Fan / Espalier

VIGORUS

Bush

Half Standard

Standard

 SUITABLE FOR Patios & Small Gardens +

Small to Medium 
Gardens +

Medium to Large 
Gardens

  Very Dwarfing Tree Dwarfing Trees Semi-Dwarfing Trees Moderate Sized Trees Vigorus Sized Trees

ROOTSTOCK CODES

M27

M9

M26, Pixy, Gisela 5, Quince C

MM106, St Julian A, Quince A

M25, MM111

 

Best Spot for Growing Fruit Trees

We recommend planting fruit trees in a south facing position. Sheltered gardens with south facing walls will also help your fruit tree to flourish (walls tend to retain the warmth after sunny days which helps fruit trees to grow stronger). Don't worry if you aren't sure if the garden or patio is south facing. Use Google Maps to find the garden and to find out if the garden faces a southerly direction.