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

    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 pear Red D’Anjou

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    Dwarf pear Red D'Anjou, grafted to a two metre high rootstock, remains compact in size, is a red skinned pear, very popular now, great flavour, late ripener, crisp and sweet

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    Dwarf Precoce di Fiorani pear

    Dwarf precoce di fiorani is a dwarf version of precoce pear which is one of the earliest pears in our collection to ripen. Nice pear - good crunchy or soft, pollinated by Lemon Bergamot

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    Dwarf Marie Louise D’Uccle pear

    Dwarf Marie Louise D'Uccle pear is a fine fleshed pear, buttery, melting, very juicy and richly flavoured, a very heavy cropper, medium sized fruits, green skinned with small amount of a pale cinnamon russetting

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    Dwarf Flemish Beauty pear

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    Dwarf Flemish Beauty pear was originally known as Fondante de Boise or Sweetmeat of the Woods, this pear came out of Belgium in the early 1800s. The large, rounded fruits have creamy-yellow skin blushed red along with firm, creamy-white flesh that becomes meltingly tender, sweet and aromatic. One of the hardier pears, withstands the cold well, high degree of self fertility, fruit ripens March, we offer this grafted onto quince rootstock to produce a semi dwarf tree of 2.5 metres in height

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    Dwarf Cherry – White Cherree

    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

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    Powells Prize Quince

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    Powells Prize quince are a smaller fruit, with a pear-shape, they turn a lovely pink colour when cooked, harvest early, hardy tree, easy to grow

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    Van Deman Quince

    Van Deman quince

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    Dwarf Divinity Apricot

    Dwarf Divinity Apricot is a 2 -2.5 metre tree - a genuinely small to mid sized tree, that bears good crops of standard sized Divinity apricots. Great for small backyards and limited spaces, Dwarf Divinity apricot produces fruit with a good sweet flavour, excellent drying or fresh eating, probably one of the best early season apricots in most areas, ripens late season when the tree is young but becomes an early ripener with maturity, heavy bearer, medium sized fruit Ripens: Nov/Dec Pollinate with: Self fertile

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    Dwarf Tilton Apricot

    Dwarf Tilton apricot is a 2 - 2.5 metre high apricot tree, a genuine semi dwarf apricot which produces a good crop of standard sized Tilton fruits. Great for smaller areas and limited backyards, Dwarf Tilton is a hardy tree, recommended for cooler areas, probably one of the better chances of getting decent apricots in the difficult colder areas where stone fruit will sometimes struggle. Smaller fruit with very sweet flavour and nice colour, self fertile

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    Dwarf Black Mulberry

    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 metres in height, and remain at a manageable small size, giving ease of picking, pruning and netting, the tree bears normal sized berries

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    Dwarf Beurre Hardy pear

    Dwarf Beurre Hardy pear tree is offered for the first time this year, as a pear tree that will grow to 2.5 metres at full height and maturity. The tree will bear full sized Beurre Hardy pears. Beurre Hardy comes from the Anjou region of France, along with many of the best of our pears, Beurre Hardy pear has a fragrant, faintly rosy scent, the soft flesh is delicate and melting, full of juice, trees are upright, resistant to scab and have hardy flowers that cope with late spring frosts Ripens: March Pollinates with: Lemon Bergamot, Josephine, Packham's Triumph, Flemish Beauty, Ducchess D'Angloueme, Douyenne Boussuch, Clapp's Favourite...

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    Dwarf Monty’s Surprise apple

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    A Monty’s Surprise apple a day really does help keep the doctor away! This SPECIAL apple has been selected from scientific research reports that prove that it has some of the highest flavonoids and antioxidant levels both in the skin and flesh of any variety of apple found in the world (many times higher) .High micro nutrient levels exist in this special apple variety also. It has been reported by health organisations around the world that high levels of these naturally occurring compounds are beneficial to the human body in assisting the immune system to help fight obesity, sickness and disease. Monty's Surprise apples have extra large fruit size, they were found using natural plant selection methods, and they are a crisp, good eating apple and an excellent cooking apple

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    Dwarf Mariposa plum

    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 Satsuma plum

    Dwarf Satsuma plum is the dwarf form (two metres high) of maybe the most well known of all blood plums, mid season ripening in February, one of the most reliable plums in our list - crops year in year out, largest in size, rounded dark red, firm juicy flesh, described by one local nurseryman here as having a ‘satisfying clove like depth’ of flavour. Dwarf Satsuma plum is a good bearer, useful for preserving and bottling, quite self fertile on its own, only needs 300-400 winter chill hours. Ripens: February Pollinates with: Self fertile, Dwarf Mariposa, Santa Rosa Chill Hours: 300-400

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    Dwarf Santa Rosa plum

    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 Glou Mourceau pear

    Dwarf Glou Mourceau pear is a traditional dessert pear from Belgium. A delicate pear, melting buttery flesh, good juice. Dwarf Glou Mourceau pear crops regularly, early harvest, this one grafted to dwarfing rootstock to yield a tree of 2 - 2.5 metres for ease of management, small spaces etc. Ripens:  March Pollinates with: Williams, Winter Nelis, Winter Cole, Douyenne Du Comice, Beurre Bosc

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    Dwarf Trevatt apricot

    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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    Spectabilis crab apple Stepover

    Spectabilis crab apple Stepover is grafted to miniature apple rootstock, a species of crab apple known by the common names Asiatic apple, Chinese crab, and Chinese flowering apple, it has a wonderfully colourful display of semi double-pink flowers, doubly ornamental when used to border gardens and walkways, as a low growing horizontally bent edging tree Pollinate with: Golden Hornet (crab), Jack Humm (crab), Jonathan, Lady Williams, Pink Lady, Fuji, Gala, Freyburg, Granny Smith

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    Dwarf Hubbartston’s Nonsuch apple

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    Dwarf Hubbartston's Nonsuch apple makes a two metre high tree, and produces large fruit, which ripen midseason, good flavour, great cooking. Ripens: April

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    Dwarf Summer Strawberry apple

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    Dwarf Summer Strawberry apple is grafted onto a dwarf rootstock, this fresh eating apple has fairly small sized fruits, striped all over with yellow and blood red stripes, flesh soft, tender and juicy, sweet, fairly early harvest, one of the few early apples to really do well here in our hot northern Victorian summer, said to do best in fertile soils, originating in Australia in the late 1800’s

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