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  • 20th Century Nashi Pear Quick View
    • 20th Century Nashi Pear Quick View
    • 20th Century Nashi Pear
    • A medium sized, deciduous tree with attractive fruit that has a similar shape to that of an apple. The fruit ripens in late February. An adaptable tree suited to warm and cool climates. An excellent dessert pear that is sweet and crisp with very good flavour. Choose an open sunny position in well-drained soil. After planting spread mulch above the roots to retain moisture and suppress weeds, but keep away from trunk. Apply fertiliser to soil above the roots as…
    • $45
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    • Almond
    • A hardy and deciduous tree maturing to around 5m tall. Nuts will ripen January to March and harvest when nuts begin to open. All almonds are self-sterile, requiring another compatible almond tree which flower at the same time for cross pollination. Almonds can produce fruit at an early age but start cropping at 3 to 4 years. Almond trees are productive for 50 years or more. Full sun position. Use in whole, crushed or ground nuts in both sweet and…
    • $45
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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
  • Apple ‘Gala’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Gala’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Gala’
    • A medium sized round apple with crisp, firm, cream coloured flesh and a fine sweet flavour. Heavy cropper. Fruit stores well. Partially self-fertile, produces exceptionally flavoured fruit early in the season. Cross pollinate to ensure food fruit production. Pollinators include: Granny Smith, Jonathan, Red Delicious, Red Fuji, and Pink Lady. Full sun position, sheltered from wind. Grows 4-5m depending on how you prune. Sweet fruit with cream flesh and red and green skin.
    • $45
  • Apple ‘Golden Delicious’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Golden Delicious’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Golden Delicious’
    • A beautiful, medium to large green-yellow skinned Apple. Sweet flavour with a sprightly tang. Used for fresh fruit, cooking and drying. Keeps well. A very popular cultivar that matures mid-season. Skin: Pale green becoming yellow, with numerous conspicuous lenticles. Flesh: Cream, with a slight tinge of green. Crisp and firm. Fine grained. Good keeping qualities. Flavour: Good. Sweet with a little acid. Full sun position, sheltered from wind. Grows 5m depending on how you prune. White flesh with green skin.…
    • $57.75
  • Apple ‘Granny Smith’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Granny Smith’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Granny Smith’
    • One of the worlds best cooking apples and a superb eating apple if left on the tree to ripen fully (when a yellow blush appears on the green skin). A universal pollinator, that will cross pollinate all Apples: Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Gala, Jonathan, Red Fuji, Pink Lady, Cox's Orange Pippin and Lady Williams. A medium sized, deciduous Apple tree, providing prolific quantities of bright, green, crisp, sweet fruit. Ideal feature tree. Can be tart - a sweeter flavour develops…
    • $45
  • Apple ‘Jonathan’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Jonathan’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Jonathan’
    • One of the older and more widely known Apple cultivars. Rounded in shape with medium size, the skin is bright red colour with a yellow-green ground colour. Used for fresh fruit, cooking and drying. Matures early to mid season. Choose an open sunny position in well-drained soil. After planting spread mulch above the roots to retain moisture and suppress weeds, but keep away from trunk. Apply fertiliser to soil above the roots as soon as new growth begins in spring…
    • $45
  • Apple ‘Pink Lady’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Pink Lady’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Pink Lady’
    • Produces apples of medium size, sweet, sprightly flavour. With attractive pink to reddish-pink skin with green undertones, depending on the season and climate. Flesh is green-white, crisp, firm and juicy. Has good keeping qualities. Can be used for a fresh fruit and for cooking. A very attractive good eating apple. Late season maturity. Choose an open sunny position in well-drained soil. After planting spread mulch above the roots to retain moisture and suppress weeds, but keep away from trunk. Apply…
    • $45
  • Apple ‘Red Fuji’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Red Fuji’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Red Fuji’
    • A delicious delicate flavour that is very sweet and aromatic. Best flavour when left to hang on the tree. Store well. A good choice for the home orchard because of its resistance to apple scab (black spot). Mid to late season maturity. Choose an open sunny position in well-drained soil. After planting spread mulch above the roots to retain moisture and suppress weeds, but keep away from trunk. Apply fertiliser to soil above the roots as soon as new growth…
    • $45
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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