Medlar tree

These ancient, low maintenance, small fruit trees enhance any garden.  They have pretty, white blossom which appears in May after other tree blossoms have faded.

Their late blossom is what makes them an invaluable source of pollen for bees when other sources have dried up and their fruit is what we use to make our Aromatic Medlar Jelly.

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who donated their unwanted medlars this year. Over 570kg of medlars were kindly dropped off at Tracklements HQ by local residents, which were be juiced and made into our delicious Aromatic Medlar Jelly!

All of this would not have been possible without your help!

Medlar map 2016-2023

So far we’ve helped British bees by sending 160 medlar trees around the UK.

Aromatic Medlar Jelly 190ml

For each jar purchased, 25p goes directly to buying bee-friendly medlar trees and another 25p is donated to the British Beekeepers Association.