Pink Lady Apple - Semi Dwarf also available
Pink Lady Apple - Semi Dwarf also available
$ 45
Pink Lady Apple - Semi Dwarf also available
An Australian selection named for her attractive pink blush over a yellow undertone. Her true pink coloring, crisp crunch and smooth texture assure the ultimate in dessert quality eating apples. Performs best in cooler regions.
$ 45
Fuji Apple
Fuji Apple
$ 45
Fuji Apple
The aromatic flesh of the red fuji is tinged with a delicate honey-pineapple flavour, sweet and aromatic. The crisp, crunchy flesh is very juicy and the fruits hold well on the tree. The skin ripens from greenish yellow to a dull russett red. Partially Self pollinating, pollinates with the red delicious, and pink lady. Fuji will perform in both cold and warmer temperate climates.
$ 45
Granny Smith Apple - Semi Dwarf also available
Granny Smith Apple - Semi Dwarf also available
$ 45
Granny Smith Apple - Semi Dwarf also available
The Dwarf Granny Smith apple tree has a tart-tangy, crisp flavour and bright green skin. One of the best apples for eating out of hand and a very good cooking apple because of its ability to retain flavour. Perform best in cooler regions.
$ 45
Lapin Cherries
Lapin Cherries
$ 45
Lapin Cherries
A late maturing cherry with a bright appearance. Large, dark red to mahogany in colour. Red flesh, firm and juicy. An excellent bearer and grower. Late Season. Self-fertile, it is suitable for growing in warm temperate and cool temperate regions.
$ 45
Stella Cherry
Stella Cherry
$ 45
Stella Cherry
A large sweet red to dark red cherry. Stella is an excellent choice for backyards as it is compact, growing to about 4 x 4m. Mid - late season maturity. High chill, requires cold winters for satisfactory fruiting
$ 45
Golden Queen Peaches
Golden Queen Peaches
$ 45
Golden Queen Peaches
High density flowering of double pink peach blossom in spring make this tree a delight in the garden, it produces white fleshed full sized freestone peaches in early summer Often ripening in time for Christmas. No pollination required. Sometimes referred to as a Super Dwarf Peach Tree. This is an ideal tree to get the kids involved in growing their own fruit in the garden!
$ 45
Trevatt Apricots
Trevatt Apricots
$ 45
Trevatt Apricots
A well recommended cultivar. One of the most popular home garden apricots because of its rich flavour. Excellent for fresh fruit, jam, drying, stewing and juice. Mid- to late season maturity
$ 45
Plums
Plums
$ 45
Plums
Wonderfully delicious and juicy, plums botanically belong to the Rosaceae family of "drupe" fruits in the genus, Prunus. Other fellow Prunus members include peaches, nectarine, almonds, and damson. Scientific name: Prunus domestica. The plant is best described as a small tree or large shrub. It is widely cultivated at commercial scale in the United States, Europe, Japan, and China. Several cultivars of plums are grown all over the world which differ in their color, size and growth characteristics. Generally, each variety of the plum tree bears numerous, almost same sized berries between May and September months
$ 45
Green Gages & Satsuma
Green Gages & Satsuma
$ 40
Green Gages & Satsuma
Green Gage is a European type plum with small-medium sized, roundish fruit with greenish-yellow skin. Flesh is amber-yellow coloured, firm, freestone. Good, sweet flavour. Tends to bear biannually. A favourite for cooking, canning and desserts. Ripens in late summer. Mid-season blooming. Forms relatively small tree. High chill.
$ 40
Nectarines
Nectarines
$ 45
Nectarines
The large yellow fleshed fruits have excellent flavour. The skin ripens to a beautiful red with yellow tints. The freestone fruits are eaten fresh, dried or stewed.
$ 45
Blood Orange
Blood Orange
$ 40
Blood Orange
Medium-large to large blood orange variety with few to no seeds. Has the highest Vitamin C content than any other orange. One of the major blood orange varieties of the world. The distinctive color is a natural mutation and is due to the presence of anthocyanin, the same plant compound that is responsible for the color of pomegranates. The distinctive color requires a chilly winter to develop properly.
$ 40
Valencia Orange
Valencia Orange
$ 40
Valencia Orange
This seedless orange is a bud sport of the Valencia, maturing a little earlier, its a heavy cropper and good juicing variety. Attractive compact tree. The dwarf rootstock, flying dragon modifies the top growth making this a dwarf plant that is ideal to use planted out or as a pot specimen.
$ 40
Mandarins
Mandarins
$ 40
Mandarins
Recently introduced variety from Californian that is showing promise over a large range of climatic regions. Large fruit size, well coloured fruit and relatively seedless. Flying Dragon modifies the top growth making this a dwarf plant that is ideal to use planted out or as a pot specimen. Trees will grow to about half the normal citrus size. Flying Dragon rootstock also adds cold hardiness and grows well in heavier soils, like Trifoliata rootstock.
$ 40
Eureka, Meyer Lemon, Lemonades
Eureka, Meyer Lemon, Lemonades
$ 40
Eureka, Meyer Lemon, Lemonades
This lemon is probably the most widely grown lemon in the world It is a true 'bitter' lemon with a high juice and acid content. Can have some fruit most of the year. With good care the fruit is thin-skinned and virtually seedless.
$ 40
Tahitian Lime
Tahitian Lime
$ 40
Tahitian Lime
The small to medium fruit is pale lemon-yellow with smooth thin skin. The flesh is a translucent pale green, tender and juicy with a true acid lime flavour. It is best to pick the fruit green as it can suffer from rot if left to ripen on the tree.The dwarf rootstock, flying dragon modifies the top growth making this a dwarf plant that is ideal to use planted out or as a pot specimen.
$ 40
Finger Lime Tree
Finger Lime Tree
$ 40
Finger Lime Tree
Large juice vesicles are clear light green to pink in colour with few seeds, the skin is Khaki, dark brown and maroon in colour. The trees is most productive between Summer and Autumn with a light crop throughout the year. Heavy crops of high quality fruit are produced, the flavour is aromatic with a lemon lime flavour.
$ 40
Kaffir Lime
Kaffir Lime
$ 40
Kaffir Lime
Native to Indonesia but widely grown worldwide as a backyard shrub for its aromatic leaves that add a unique flavour to Thai cooking. Well suited to container growing. The rough bumpy fruit is inedible but its oil has strong insecticidal properties. Kaffir lime rind is an essential ingredient in a Thai curry paste, a teaspoons of kaffir lime rind is used in both red and green Thai curry paste and it is not the same to substitute for any other type of lime, kaffir lime gives the curry a very distinctive flavour. The leaves are added to the curry once it is cooking and can also be added when cooking rice.
$ 40
Green Sunrise Lime
Green Sunrise Lime
$ 40
Green Sunrise Lime
The Australian Sunrise Lime is a hybrid of the finger lime and a calamondin (cross between a mandarin and cumquat). They can be eaten whole like a cumquat or turned into jam, marmalade or preserved in alcohol.
$ 40
Calamondin, Nagami Kumquats
Calamondin, Nagami Kumquats
$ 40
Calamondin, Nagami Kumquats
In the Philippines it is referred to a as Kalamansi, where the acid pulp is used to make chutney, marmalade or as a lime substitute. Very ornamental bearing heavy crops of small round fruits. Calamondin is a sweet fruit, while the Nagami is a little tart
$ 40
Loquats
Loquats
$ 70
Loquats
Large to very large fruit with large seed. Thick, orange skin resistant to bruising with firm golden coloured flesh. Pleasant mild flavour. The tree is hardy and well suited to a range of climates.
$ 70
Kensignton Pride Mango
Kensignton Pride Mango
$ 60
Kensignton Pride Mango
Australian standard variety, excellent flavour, very juicy and aromatic. Crops irregularly in wet cold areas. Moderate susceptibility to Anthracnose and Black Spot. Average wt. 450gms. 4 year old trees available for $200
$ 60
R2E2 Mango
R2E2 Mango
$ 60
R2E2 Mango
Very attractive large fruit with good, sweet flavour. High flesh to seed ratio with very slight fibre. It has proven to be a consistent cropper over a range of climates. Vigorous growth habit. Seedlings are polyembryonic and hence true to type.
$ 60
Stawberry Guava
Stawberry Guava
$ 15
Stawberry Guava
This guava, native to Brazil, is a hardy shrub or small tree. It has a smooth trunk and dark green, shiny, egg-shaped aromatic leaves. Strawberry guava flowers are white with numerous stamens and red fruits which are about the size of a golf ball. The flesh is sweet and strawberry flavoured. Frost hardy.
$ 15
Pineapple Guava
Pineapple Guava
$ 15
Pineapple Guava
Delicious torpedo shaped fruits with the most refreshing flavour are produced from fluffy red and white flowers with edible petals. Tough screening shrub or small tree. Queen Victoria is rumoured to adore them.
$ 15
Yellow Cherry Guava
Yellow Cherry Guava
$ 15
Yellow Cherry Guava
This is the mildest and probably the sweetest guava of all. Fruits are 3cm in diameter yellow skinned with a sweet, aromatic, creamy flesh and numerous small seeds. Begins bearing when less than 1 meter high. Prolific bearer.
$ 15
Dragonfruit
Dragonfruit
$ 15
Dragonfruit
A spectacular night flowering cactus with highly ornamental pink skin & white flesh fruit containing numerous small black seeds. Fruit can be up to 1kg with a melon like flavour. Self pollinating selection from Vietnam. Sourced from Picone Exotic Orchards Guide to planting bare rooted cacti
$ 15
Tamarillo
Tamarillo
$ 40
Tamarillo
Also known as the Tree Tomato is a very quick growing small tree that bears heavy crops of red sub-acid succulent fruit. Prefers a sheltered spot with well drained soil
$ 40
Passionfruit
Passionfruit
$ 15
Passionfruit
The passionfruit vine is a strong, vigorous, evergreen climber, and it originated in South America. A great spot for a passionfruit vine is one that’s out in the open, has full sun and no trees or competitive roots. Grow it on a structure like a strong trellis. Passionfruit vines are known for their tendrils, which are little curly spring-like things that attach themselves to wire and really grip on like a python. That’s how they climb. Often what happens with a passionfruit vine is there is green growth on the outside, where the tendrils have attached themselves, and they have woody material in the centre. In late winter and early spring it’s time for a clean up. You don't have to prune hard every year. But in early spring take off about 30 centimetres - that’s ideal.
$ 15
Kakadu plum
Kakadu plum
$ 35
Kakadu plum
Tall slender tree to 10m with creamy flower spikes in early summer. Known for its olive sized fruit which turns yellow or purple in autumn. Its Vitamin C content is apparently the highest in the world. Traditionally used as a thirst quencher and snack. It also is used in the seafood industry with prawns because it improves the shelf life and colour of the prawns. Native Australian Plums have also been known for it's treatment in Alzheimer's disease
$ 35
Finger bush lime
Finger bush lime
$ 30
Finger bush lime
Purplish-brown red skin, with bright red flesh. The juicy cells, similar in appearance to caviar, are a delightful surprise in salad dressings. A rainforest tree that naturally occurs as an understorey tree in SE Queensland and Northern NSW.
$ 30
Davidson plum
Davidson plum
$ 25
Davidson plum
An outstanding small tree that prefers warm conditions and some shade. Striking edible purple fruits that make excellent jam. Davidsonia jerseyana is the southern form, it fruits in the summer months and is generally a smaller plant than its the northern Davidsonia pruriens. The fruit form on the trunk of the tree and it is striking in full fruit.
$ 25
Yellow mangosteen
Yellow mangosteen
$ 25
Yellow mangosteen
Yellow Mangosteen is a round fruit with very tart yellow segments. The high acidity makes it ideal for jams and jellies but removing the seed and skin can be time consuming. Easier to grow in the subtropics than the purple mangosteen, but the flavour is altogether different. The tree grows well in full sun and shade. It will tolerate and continue to fruit heavily in drought conditions. The tree is very attractive, with large drooping leaves and a layered form. The fruit can reach 8-10 cm in length and looks highly ornamental when in the tree.
$ 25
Muntries
Muntries
$ 15
Muntries
Muntries (aka. emu apples, muntaberry, monterry) were one of the first species of Australian native plants introduced in England. For the Ngarrindjeri people of the Coorong (southeast SA), they’re an old favourite in the historical diet, and were often traded with other tribes. You’ll find these low-growing plants most commonly along the southern coast of Australia.
$ 15
Warrigal Greens
Warrigal Greens
$ 15
Warrigal Greens
Warrigal Greens – also known as Warrigal Spinach, New Zealand Spinach or even Botany Bay greens – were one of the first native Australian vegetables to become popular with European settlers. Looking for ways to fight scurvy, Captain Cook encouraged his men to eat them, and many convicts owed their lives to the spinach-like plant. The plant was taken back to England by the botanist Joseph Banks and became popular there for a time.
$ 15
Tamarind tree varieties
Tamarind tree varieties
$ 25
Tamarind tree varieties
Small-leaved Tamarind is a small, dense tree that produces large orange fruits with a delicious, tangy pulp. This species grows natively in the rivervine rainforest areas of New South Wales and Queensland. Watch for small, cream-brown flowers in November to January, turning to large (up to 6cm across) yellow-brown bulbs in February and April. These bulbs will split open when ripe, revealing the bright red flesh of the Small-leaved Tamarind fruit. The flavour is refreshingly tart with a distinctive taste that lends well to both sweet and savoury dishes. Recipe favourites include jams, jellies, sauces, fruit chutneys, spreads and coulis. It also makes a great accompaniment for cheeses and cold meats. Large Leaf Tamarind is a slender, palm-like gully tree that bears sweet, tart fruits prolifically each season. It occurs naturally in temperate and sub-tropical regions along the east coast of Australia. Creamy brown flowers form in Spring, maturing from October to January. The fleshy yellow-orange fruit is sour to taste, but like the Asian Tamarind, may be enjoyed raw or processed into jams, jellies, sauces, candies and drinks. Fruits will fall from the tree when ripe, and should be collected as soon as possible as they are a favourite of ants, birds, bats and other garden creatures.
$ 25
Lemon Myrtle
Lemon Myrtle
$ 30
Lemon Myrtle
Lemon Myrtle is sometimes referred to as the “Queen of the Lemon Herbs”. It boasts an intensely citrus fragrance and flavour, and has long been used in Aboriginal cuisine and medicine. In the wild, you’ll find it in the subtropical rainforests of central and south-eastern Queensland. Undoubtedly the most popular of Australia’s native herbs, Lemon Myrtle’s fresh tangy leaves may be used in teas, syrups, glazes, cakes, biscuits, dressings, sauces, ice creams, dips and meat dishes. Essential oil distilled from the leaves has a refreshing lemony scent, and has been found to have antifungal and antibacterial properties.
$ 30
Lemon Aspen
Lemon Aspen
$ 25
Lemon Aspen
Lemon Aspen is a type of citrus, bearing small edible fruits that taste like a cross between a lime and a grapefruit. Being a rainforest species, the fruit may sometimes be referred to as a “rainforest lemon”. This tree is native to Far North Queensland, but will grow as far south as Sydney along the coast. Berries are 3-4cm in diameter, pale green to white in colour, growing in heavy bunches. They have an intense lemony flavour with herby tones reminiscent of eucalyptus and honey. They may be eaten raw, cooked with seafood and poultry, or made into syrup, jam, sauces, juices, dressings, puddings, cakes and biscuits. Lemon aspen has higher antioxidant capacity than blueberries and is a very good source of folate, zinc and iron.
$ 25
Native guava
Native guava
$ 15
Native guava
A small dense shrub, with white/pink flowers appearing in clusters in Spring or Summer. The leaves have a sweet, fruity smell when crushed and are unusually glossy below. Fast-growing and hardy in most conditions. Tolerate light frosts.
$ 15
WA Samphire
WA Samphire
$ 15
WA Samphire
WA Samphire (aka. sea asparagus, swamp grass, glasswort, pickleweed, sea beans) is a delicious salty treat that’s high in vitamin A and a good source of calcium and iron. Samphire is a protected native salt-tolerant succulent that plays a vital role in our coastal ecosystem
$ 15
Sea Celery
Sea Celery
$ 15
Sea Celery
Sea Celery (also called Sea Parsley) is a beachy native that, like young celery shoots, may be used as a flavoursome herb or vegetable. It played an important role for early Australian settlers: eaten by Captain Cook and his crew to prevent scurvy, and regarded as a survival food among the Sydney colonists. Sea Celery can be found growing wild along the southern coastline of Australia.
$ 15
Bloodroot
Bloodroot
$ 15
Bloodroot
Bloodroot (aka. Bohn, Meen, Mardja or Menang) is a native bulb vegetable, long used by the Noongar Aboriginal tribes of Western Australia both as a food source and to help with dysentery, mouth sores and toothache. It packs a spicy punch, akin to radish and chilli, and oozes a reddish sap when cut. A relative of the Kangaroo Paw, it can be found growing individually or in small clusters along the south and west coast of Western Australia.
$ 15
Pine plum
Pine plum
$ 25
Pine plum
Attractive rainforest pine that bears greenish seeds on swollen edible stalks. The purple fruit are grape like with a sweet juicy pulp with a subtle plum flavour. The slightly resinous fruit can be used for both sweet and savoury recipes. It is an attractive hedge due to its contrasting dark and lime green foliage. The timber is popular as a cabinet making. The trees are male or female so planting 3 or more together will increase your chances of getting tree of both sexes and fruit.
$ 25
Lillpilly Bush Cherry
Lillpilly Bush Cherry
$ 15
Lillpilly Bush Cherry
Lilly Pilly is a fast-growing evergreen native, widely found across Australia, enjoyed as bush tucker for generations. As a psyllid-resistant Lilly Pilly variety, the Tucker Bush Cherry is a very popular choice for landscapers and home gardeners. In the Summer, this plant produces edible red berries that are apple-like in texture with a mild sweetness. They may be eaten freshly picked from the tree, or made into jams, jellies, muffins, biscuits, cakes and wine. Flowering begins in late-Spring/early-Summer with clusters of white fluffy flowers appearing across the branches. Fruits start out pale, but are ready to harvest when they turn pink or dark red.
$ 15
Saltbush Ruby
Saltbush Ruby
$ 15
Saltbush Ruby
Ruby Saltbush is a quaint succulent bearing small berries with a crisp, salty-sweet flavour. It grows in every state across mainland Australia, typically found in the salt marshes of our tropical, sub-tropical and temperate regions. This species fruits and flowers year round, producing edible berries about 5-8mm in diameter, ranging in colour from yellow to red. Berries may be eaten raw or soaked in water to make a sweet tea. The leaves are also edible, but as they’re rich in oxalates, they should be cooked before eating, or consumed sparingly. To harvest, simply pluck the berries and leaves off the main plant.
$ 15
Old Man Saltbush
Old Man Saltbush
$ 15
Old Man Saltbush
Old Man Saltbush is a fast-growing shrub commonly used today as a livestock grazing plant. Traditionally, its seeds were used as a food source by the Aboriginal people. The leaves are also edible, salty in flavour and rich in protein, antioxidants and minerals. This species occurs naturally in WA, SA, NT, VIC, NSW and QLD. Old Man Saltbush leaves may be treated like a leafy vegetable, enjoyed blanched, sautéed, wrapped around meat or fish, used in salads, or for stuffing poultry. Alternatively, they may be dried and used as a herb or sprinkle. Harvest Saltbush leaves by simply plucking or cutting, taking only as much as you need. The plant may be left to grow, ensuring a year-round supply.
$ 15
Chocolate lily
Chocolate lily
$ 15
Chocolate lily
These beautiful lilies with the chocolate scented flowers were eaten for their nutritious tubers. Always remember to leave enough to reseed for the next year as the Aboriginal people did. The long lasting flowers are visible from August to February and grouped together are a wonderful addition to any garden. The packet contains approximately 30 seeds and instructions for propagation.
$ 15
Strawberry tree
Strawberry tree
$ 25
Strawberry tree
Besides eating fresh, the fruits may be dried, canned, soaked in liquor. There are two main types of fruits a sour type used for making dried fruit and a sweet type used for juice and fresh eating. The strawberry is an evergreen dioecious tree with separate male and female plants. The skin is typically a deep, brilliant red, but may vary from white to purple. The flesh colour is similar to surface color, or somewhat lighter. The flesh is sweet and very tart. At the center is a single seed, with a diameter about half that of the whole fruit.
$ 25
2YO Grafted Haas
2YO Grafted Haas
$ 60
2YO Grafted Haas
Most popular variety due to both its superior taste and excellent keeping qualities. Medium sized, pear-shaped fruit has an excellent creamy, flesh. The leathery rough dark-purple skin turns to black when ripe. H Aug-Dec. 4 Year Old available for $150
$ 60
Mulberry
Mulberry
$ 60
Mulberry
Smaller varieties available for $30
$ 60
Black Genoa Fig
Black Genoa Fig
$ 35
Black Genoa Fig
$ 35
White Adriatic Fig
White Adriatic Fig
$ 30
White Adriatic Fig
$ 30
Brown turkey
Brown turkey
$ 35
Brown turkey
$ 35
Blueberries
Blueberries
$ 15
Blueberries
$ 15
Blackberries
Blackberries
$ 15
Blackberries
$ 15
Goji Berry
Goji Berry
$ 15
Goji Berry
The Goji Berry is native to the Himalayas and inner Mongolia where it has been used for thousands of years as food and for its health benefiting properties. The fruit are very high in antioxidants and vitamin C. They have a sweet and juicy taste comparable to cranberries or plums. The Goji Berry is a sprawling shrubby vine that lives for 5-8 years. The fruits are small and shiny red with oval berries about 1cm long with lots of small edible seeds in the center. Plants prefer a sheltered sunny spot with good drainage and a trellis wall or structure to climb up and scramble over. Plants respond well to pruning after fruiting which can help keep its sprawling habit under control
$ 15
Maqui Berry
Maqui Berry
$ 15
Maqui Berry
The Goji Berry is native to the Himalayas and inner Mongolia where it has been used for thousands of years as food and for its health benefiting properties. The fruit are very high in antioxidants and vitamin C. They have a sweet and juicy taste comparable to cranberries or plums. The Goji Berry is a sprawling shrubby vine that lives for 5-8 years. The fruits are small and shiny red with oval berries about 1cm long with lots of small edible seeds in the center. Plants prefer a sheltered sunny spot with good drainage and a trellis wall or structure to climb up and scramble over. Plants respond well to pruning after fruiting which can help keep its sprawling habit under control
$ 15
Pecan Nut Tree
Pecan Nut Tree
$ 40
Pecan Nut Tree
A highly nutritious nut that will grow and produce in almost any environment. Seedlings are from heavy bearing grafted trees. Bear 8 - 12 yrs. Good for rootstock or if a fast growing tree is required.
$ 40
Dwarf Macadamia
$ 40
Dwarf Macadamia
$ 40
Dwarf Almonds
$ 40
Dwarf Almonds
$ 40
Liquid Fertilisers
Liquid Fertilisers
$ 20
Liquid Fertilisers
$ 20
Bush Tucker Feed
Bush Tucker Feed
$ 20
Bush Tucker Feed
$ 20
Compost
$ 10
Compost
$ 10