Dwarf Fruit Trees

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  • lady william apple

    Dwarf Lady William apple

    The Dwarf Lady William apple really needs little introduction to Australia by now, a relative of the Pink Lady, with similar crisp subacid qualities, ripening very late season- as late as July, and subsequently keeping a long time, even just stored in a box in the shed; variety is a cross between two Australian varieties – Granny Smith and Rokewood. It’s a very good cropper – our two year old espaliered tree has two smallish horizontal branches and a one metre main trunk which this year have fifty apples crammed on them (after having been thinned!)
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • cox's orange pippin apple tree

    Dwarf Cox’s Orange Pippin apple

    Dwarf tree version of perhaps the most famous of all the heritage apples – the Dwarf Cox's Orange Pippin apple is a wonderful fresh eating, rich spicy nutty flavour, crisp, aromatic, perfect balance of sweetness and acidity, is said to do best in cooler areas but we have eaten some brilliant fruit from ours here in northern Victoria
    $28.00 inc. GST

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    $1.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Court Pendu Plat apple

    Dwarf Court Pendu Plat apple is one of the most ancient apples in our collection, dating back to possibly Roman times but it was definitely grown in fifteenth century England, fruit small in size, russeted but with a purple/pink flush, the flesh is crisp, rich, fruity and perfumed. It mellows to a sweet and fully flavoured apple after being stored, good keeper. Late flowering (thus avoiding frosts) earned it the title of ‘Wise Apple'. Ripens: May/June Pollinate with: Brown Snout, Stoke Red(cider), Isaac Newton, Boswell
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Geeveston Fanny apple

    Dwarf Geeveston Fanny apple, makes a two metre tree at full maturity.This variety was widely grown in Tasmania for many decades, small reddish-purple apple with a sweetly flavoured white flesh is ideal for both cooking and as a dessert apple, very popular in the 1970s, important commercially in part because of it resistance to disease, one of the favourites of Clive Winmill (who owned the Badgers Keep collection of over two thousand apples) Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath, Keswick Codlin, Lord Lambourne, McIntosh, Red Braeburn, Tydeman's Early Worcester, Vista Bella, Egremont Russet, Fenouillet Gris, Forfar Pippin
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • van deman quince

    Rea’s Mammoth quince

    Out of stock

    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
  • Dwarf Golden Queen peach

    The most famous of all clingstones, the Golden Queen peach yields big yellow peaches, yellow clingstone flesh, rippers for bottling, we offer it grafted onto dwarf rootstock to make a tree which reaches to 2 - 2.5 metres at full maturity, - great for smaller spaces or large wine barrel type pots Ripens:   Late February/March Pollinate with: Self fertile
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Val peach

    Our smallest dwarf sized peach, the Dwarf Val peach reaches a total of 1 – 1.5 metres at maturity, suitable for limited spaces in small backyards and courtyards, good in pots, sweet yellow flesh Ripens:  Jan/Feb Pollinate with: Self fertile
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Valley Red peach

    Out of stock

    The Dwarf Valley Red peach, reaches a total of 1.5 - 2 metres at full maturity, long thin leaves are glossy and dark green, a beautiful display of rose-pink flowers in Spring, fruits mid season, skin orange yellow with a deep red blush on the sunny side, flesh golden, with melting sweet flavour Ripens: Jan/Feb Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Dwarf Sunny nectarine

    Dwarf Sunny nectarine is suitable for small spaces and little backyards, very good as a potted tree, a genuinely dwarfed specimen which if planted in the ground will grow 1 – 1.5 metres, fruits remain normal sized, good flavour, sweet yellow flesh
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Flavourtop nectarine

    The Flavourtop nectarine is a good yellow fleshed freestone nectarine, plenty of red blush, attractive appearance, fruit well liked by many people, cropping mid season, excellent flavour, we offer it grafted onto a dwarfing rootstock to make a manageable 2 metre - 2.5 metre tree - easy to care for, and great for small backyards Ripens: late Jan/Feb Pollinate with: Self fertile
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Semi Dwarf Dutch medlar

    The Semi Dwarf Dutch medlar has large fruits, and the tree has a spreading habit, slightly weeping form, with unusual crooked arrangement of branches, grown for ornamental form and pretty white flowers as much as for fruit, semi dwarfing tree grows to three metres or less
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf L’Inconnue pear

    Dwarf pear grafted to dwarfing rootstock, very old French heirloom, L'Inconnue pear has medium to large yellow fruits with heavy brown russeting, firm, juicy, rich and sugary, one of our favourites, an excellent, heavy cropping, mid - late harvesting winter pear, I dont know of any other nursery having ever grown this pear Ripens: April/May Pollinates with:  Williams
    $22.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Elephant Heart plum

    Dwarf plum, we get many enquiries for this plum, the Elephant Heart plum, it's a large heart shaped, purple red blood plum with a genuinely distinctive flavour, a bit like a cherry, lovely juicy plum, ripens over a long period, comes grafted onto a dwarf rootstock, to grow approx 2 metres high, with good fruit load Ripens: Dec-Feb Pollinates with: Mariposa, dwarf mariposa
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Ruby blood plum

    A sought after plum for many people, the Ruby blood plum is a late ripener, with good sized fruits and the lighter pinker kind of blood plum flesh Ripens: March Pollinate with: Satsuma, Santa Rosa, Mariposa, Narabeen,  
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Twenty Ounce apple

    Dwarf Twenty Ounce apple comes as a small two metre tree, but it is one of the very largest sized fruit we know of, it barely fits in your hand, good for drying, a fine cooking apple and good fresh eating as well, regular bearer of super sized fruits, mid season M26 Rootstock Ripens: Feb/March Pollinate with: Jonathan, Lady Williams, Merton Worcester, Yapeen Seedling, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Bulida apricot

    One of the earliest apricots to ripen, good flavour, large sized fruits, grafted onto dwarfing rootstock to give a manageable 2 metre tree with very good crop load
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Storey’s Apricot

    Dwarf Storey's Apricot, also known as the Dwarf Early Moorpark, very similar to Moorpark with its fruit characteristics, but coming  a number of weeks earlier in the season, on dwarfing plum rootstock which gives a managaeable 2 metre high tree, with excellent crop load. Ripens: Dec/Jan Pollinate with: Self fertile
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Pineapple quince

    The Pineapple quince is a very old variety, vigorous growing tree, extra large leaves, fruit harvests late and has very nice flavour with a pineapple like aroma, useful baking, jams, and makes a terrific quince jelly, profuse ornamental bloom
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Apple Shaped quince

    Out of stock

    Apple Shaped quince is a local Victorian variety found growing near Creswick, a true apple shaped fruit, similar to the Apple quince, excellent jelly and stewing
  • Angers French quince

    Angers French quince is a French type, with smaller leaves, and a more dwarfed tree overall (grows to about 2 metres), smaller fruits with flesh a little harder than other varieties but cooks down very nicely, seems to keep longer than most of the others, sets a heavier crop with cross pollination from another variety.
    $32.00 inc. GST