mespilus germanica , medlar
for some reason with us medlar slightly spread. We grow it in the highlands for several years, and reliably produces. Blooms later than other fruit trees and thus less prone to freezing flowers. The fruits are harvested and a little fall separately, after the first frosts. They are soft and will last on the tree in mid-winter. The taste is similar to dried pears. Excellent for jam and marmalade.
It grows to about 6 m. The crown is narrow, about 4-5 m. The land is inexpensive. Sunny position is an advantage. Hardy.
We already supplied trees, mostly fruits, see photos.