Dwarf Fruit Trees

Dwarf Fruit Tree varieties includes all types of dwarf fruit trees from our fruit tree catalogue….dwarf apricots are NEW, dwarf plum trees also NEW, dwarf quinces, dwarf cherries, dwarf apple trees, dwarf medlar trees, dwarf nectarine trees, and more

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    Dwarf Cherry – Black Cherree

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    Dwarf cherry - Black Cherree will grow to approximately 2 metres in height at maturity, and yields good crops of light coloured, excellent flavoured cherries. Can be grown in a pot or in the ground, great space saver, excellent for small backyards, or for easy netting, picking pruning etc. Fruits much quicker than standard cherry varieties, self pollinating

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    Dwarf Cherry – White Cherree

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    Dwarf cherry - White Cherree will grow to approximately 2 metres in height at maturity, and yields good crops of light coloured, excellent flavoured cherries. Can be grown in a pot or in the ground, great space saver, excellent for small backyards, or for easy netting, picking pruning etc. fruits a number of years earlier than standard cherry varieties, self pollinating


    Dwarf Black Mulberry

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    Dwarf Black Mulberry is a genuinely dwarfed version of the standard black mulberry tree, perfect for small spaces and little backyards, the dwarf black mulberry tree will grow to approx 2-2.5 metres in height, and remain at a manageable small size, giving ease of picking, pruning and netting, the tree bears normal sized berries, will bear much more heavily if you keep it pruned back hard each year - it just shoots again and fruits on the fresh new growth.... The dwarf mulberries we supply are quite a lot smaller than our other trees when sent out, - approx one foot or less in height..dont be fooled however - they are pretty much the fastest growing of all our plants, in the first year from transplant. They can often make a multi branched tree of nearly two metres high, in just one season, if looked after well. Their initial growth can be quite astonishing to watch

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    Dwarf Frequin Rouge Amer French cider apple

    Dwarf Frequin Rouge Amer French cider apple

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    Dwarf Mariposa plum

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    Dwarf Mariposa plum is a brand new addition to our list this year - one of the most popular old blood plums in our list, and now grafted onto semi dwarfing rootstock, yields a dwarf plum tree of around two metres, and carries a genuine fruit load. Ripens: January Pollinates with: Santa Rosa, Satsuma, Dwarf Santa Rosa Chill hours: approx 250 hours (low)    

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    Dwarf Santa Rosa plum

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    Dwarf Santa Rosa plum is a dwarf form (two metre high) of the popular early plum, yellow flesh, purple red skin, cherry plum flavours, upright tree, self fertile, and one of the best pollinators for other varieties, a long time favourite, and now in a very manageably sized tree. Dwarf Plum Santa Rosa is perfect for fitting into backyard sized spaces, while still giving really good heavy yields of full sized plums. Ripens: Dec/Jan Pollinates with: Self fertile, Mariposa, Santa Rosa, Narrabeen Chill hours: approx 300 hours (low)

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    Dwarf Pyvert pear

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    Dwarf Pyvert pear has crisp white flesh, green skin, is a good bearer and reliable cropper, mid season ripening, this one offered on semi dwarf rootstock to yield a manageable tree of approx. 2 metres, can also be successfully pot grown, self fertile so will crop well on its own without pollination Ripens: March

  • trevatt apricot tree

    Dwarf Trevatt apricot

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    Dwarf Trevatt apricot is a brand new 2 metre tall version of the popular Trevatt. Widely planted in both gardens and orchards in the last few decades, large round fruit, flavour very good if left on the tree long enough (which it usually isn’t when coming out of commercial orchards – which is why it is so important to grow your own!) Dwarf Apricot Trevatt has light yellow skin with strong coloured orange flesh, good for canning, drying and eating fresh. Ripens: Mid January Pollinate with: Self fertile  

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    Dwarf Moorpark apricot

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    The Dwarf  Moorpark apricot has been grafted onto semi dwarfing (2 metre high) rootstock, this is the classic apricot of the last century or so. It has stood the  test of time and for good reason- excellent flavour, performs well across a wide range of locales, useful fruit for fresh eating and for cooking jam – pretty delicate so doesn’t hold its shape in bottling etc - and now it comes in a manageably sized tree Ripens: January Pollinate with: Self fertile

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    Rea’s Mammoth quince

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    Rea's Mammoth quince is one of the strains of the Orange quince, characterised by very large quinces and a productive tree, foliage quite dark, and the fruit keeps well after maturity

  • blackboy peach

    Dwarf Blackboy peach

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    Dwarf Blackboy peach is a two metre high form of what is currently one of our most sought after peaches, well loved by New Zealanders, this peach, also called Peche de Vigne, or Black peach, has a deeply dark mysterious looking flesh, with terrific peach flavour, a real novelty on genuine dwarfing rootstock Ripens:  Late February Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • TangO nectarine

    Dwarf TangO nectarine

    Dwarf nectarine TangO is a two metre high nectarine - the variety is a self fertile yellow fleshed donut / flat shaped nectarine, tree grows 2 metres high and 2 metres wide, also possible to grow in a pot

  • Dwarf Nectared nectarine

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    Dwarf Nectared nectarine is a two metre high tree with large fruit that has full red skin and firm yellow fine textured flesh, semi freestone with a very good sweet flavour, used for fresh eating as well as cooking

  • Sunshine Blue blueberry

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    Sunshine Blue is a blueberry with the lot - it is semi-dwarf, features showy hot pink flowers that fade to white in spring, yielding large crops of delicious berries. Sunshine Blue tolerates higher pH soils better than many other blueberries and it is self-fertile SORRY - NOT TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA

  • Blue Rose blueberry

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    Blue Rose gives heavy yields of medium to large fruit, cropping late December and into January, leaves become strikingly attractive making brilliant autumn colours of yellow and orange SORRY - NOT TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA

  • Thornless blackberry – Chester

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    Chester Thornless blackberry is fairly similar to 'Thornfree', with a slightly different ripening time, also very heavy cropping plants, extends the season of blackberry harvest

  • Youngberry

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    The Youngberry produces tasty, dark purple fruit, two weeks earlier than Boysenberry, easy to grow

  • Loganberry

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    The Loganberry looks a bit like a raspberry but with a unique pink purple colouring, many people consider this to be the best tasting of all the brambles, with a unique sharp taste, harvest through December

  • Boysenberry

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    Boysenberry is lovely tasting, plump purple berries, strong growing plants, flavour is excellent, crops late December and into January

  • Silvanberry

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    Out of about eight different blackberry and blackberry hybrids we have trialled on the farm in the last few years, the Silvanberry was one of our personal favourite. Also known as the American Bramble, it starts to ripen in November, and the berries are much easier to catch at peak ripening time than any of the others. Flavour is excellent, and in the hotter climate they keep their shape and resist going to jam on the bush

  • Autumn Bliss raspberries

    Chilliwack raspberries (pack of five)

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    Chilliwack raspberries are a popular variety, originally coming out of Canada, excellent colour, size, flavour and rot resistance, tall erect spineless canes

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