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    • Almond (All in One)
    • Can be used for blanching, roasting, fresh, confectionery, cooking. A very popular early cultivar with good flavour and soft shell. Performs best in a warm dry climate but appears to be adaptable to other regions. The first self-pollinating almond to be introduced to Australia. Flowers very early in Spring so can be susceptible to frosts. Plant in deep, well drained soils. Roots do no like to be wet for prolong periods. Full sun position. Grows approx. 3.5-4.5m x 4.5-5.5m. Self…
    • $60$85
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    • Apricot ‘Moorpark’
    • A flavoursome apricot with medium to large, rounded fruit. The skin is a deep yellow with an orange blush with the juicy fruit matures in mid summer. The tree is vigorous and is hardy in cooler, dry climates. Perfect for fresh fruit, preserving, jams, drying and stewing. Self fertile. Best grown in a sunny, well drained, open position. Fruit thinning is recommended for this heavily cropping variety. Apply a complete fertiliser in the late winter. Prune after harvest, remove crowded…
    • $45
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    • Blueberry
    • Blueberries are very high in vitamins A and C, and full of antioxidants. A low chill varieties, requiring only 150 hours of winter chill to set fruit. Will produce a good crop of medium sized fruit from October through to March. A semi-deciduous variety, it has attractive bright pink flowers that fade out to white. Is suitable also for large containers. Plant 2-3 plants to aid in pollination and increase fruit production. Prefers sunny to part shaded position with moist,…
    • $16.50
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    • Cherry Lapin
    • A late maturing cherry that produces large heart shaped fruit. Skin is dark red almost black. Flesh is sweet, red and juicy. Eat fruit fresh, in jams and preserves. Self fertile. Prefers an open position with well drained, fertile soil. Plant bud union above soil level. Water regularly after planting until established. Mulch well. Prune to shape and thin out excessive fruit set. Full sun position. Variety that grows approx. 4m x 4m. Prolific fruiting.
    • $45
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    • Double Grafted Trixzie Peach + Nectarine
    • Double grafted dwarf fruit tree, grafted with Nectazee dwarf nectarine and Pixzee dwarf peach. Ideal for tubs and containers. A delightful little fruit tree! Shapely branches, long bright green leaves, the compact height make Trixzie Peach + Nectarine an ideal tree for the smaller garden or for a large planter pot. Nectazee Dwarf Nectarine Trixzie 'Nectazee' bears delicious yellow fleshed fruit. Pixzee Dwarf Peach Trixzie 'Pixzee' bears delicious yellow fleshed fruit. Full sun to part shade position. Grows approx. 1.5m…
    • $89
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    • Kaffir Lime
    • The Kaffir lime is a low, evergreen shrub. Grown mainly for its distinctive lobed leaves. The leaves of the Kaffir Lime are used to flavour many Asian dishes and curries, and is a special ingredient in Thai cooking. The knobbly fruit when ripe has a thick, yellowish green rind with sour flesh which is slightly bitter. The fruit can be sliced and used for cocktails and cool drinks. Kaffir Lim is especially suitable for container growing. Grow in a sunny…
    • $45
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    • Dwarf Apple ‘Gala’
    • A delicious, medium sized round apple with an excellent sweet flavour and firm, crisp juicy flesh. Highly enjoyable when eaten fresh. Matures early to mid season. Heavy cropper. Fruit stores well. Best grown in a sunny, well drained position. Skin: Bright red on areas exposed to sun skin, over a yellow-green background. Flesh: Creamy white, firm, crisp. Juicy. Flavour: Excellent - sweet. Culture: Suitable for cool temperature zones of Australia with cool winters. Possible pollination partners include: Granny Smith, Pink…
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    • Pink Oriental Pearl
    • Rhaphiolepis Oriental Pink is a bushy, low-growing, evergreen shrub, flowering in abundance during late winter and throughout spring. Flowers are mid-pink, borne in dense sprays. Leaves are leathery and dark, glossy green with a hint of red tips. Ideal for sun or shade, Oriental Pink has good rigour, spot free leaves, attractive pink flowers and tidy plant shape. If you love Oriental Pearl you'll love Oriental Pink! Full sun to part shade position. Grows approx. 1m x 1m. Dark glossy…
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    • Strawberry ‘Roman Pink’
    • Delicious, sweet fruit borne over several months from late spring through summer. Ideal for containers, hanging baskets and the vegetable garden. Grow in a sunny position in well drained soil. Add compost, well rotted animal manure or a complete  fertiliser to the soil when planting. Fruit matures in 16-20 weeks. Full sun position. Plant 30cm apart. Harvest in summer.
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