Dwarf Fruit Trees

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  • Heritage raspberries (pack of five)

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    Heritage raspberries start cropping in late summer and continues right through to the end of autumn. Fruit comes on the new current season growth, and pruning is easy – just cut out all canes, or mow straight over the top of them. Does well in different localities, also recommended as the best variety for subtropical / low chill areas
  • Jiro dwarf persimmon

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    Jiro dwarf persimmon is a new offering for us this year. It has been grown in the nursery as a potted tree, and we send it with the potting soil still partially  surrounding the roots....in a sort of semi bare rooted state. The Jiro dwarf persimmon is a fully dwarfed persimmon at maturity, reaching to around 2 metres, with fine flavour, and good cropping potential. Jiro dwarf persimmon is a non astringent variety, which can be eaten when still crisp and crunchy, or left to mature to a soft texture and eaten late. Dwarf persimmons will grow well in large pots or smallish garden beds, and are very easily kept pruned to a desired shape and size. Jiro dwarf persimmon is a good option for plantings that have to be made close to houses, as neither roots nor branches will become too invasive
  • Dwarf Red Noonan peach

    Dwarf Red Noonan peach is a two metre high, white fleshed freestone with a good rich flavour, Used for fresh fruit, juicing and also drying. Flesh: White Begins fruiting in mid January to mid February, reliable cropper
    $46.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Elberta peach

    Dwarf Elberta peach is an older variety and very popular with the common people, yellow melting flesh, flavour superb when grown organically, can be eaten fresh, bottles well, and even dries successfully Ripens:   mid/late February Pollinate with: Self fertile
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Angel peach

    Dwarf Angel Peach is is a unique flat shaped fruit similar to a donut, with Pink skin, white flesh and good flavour. Beautiful flush of pink blossom in Spring. Grows to a height of 2m and a width of 2m. MATURITY: Early February (Mid season) Pollinate with: Self fertile Chill hours: approx 200 hours (low)
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Val peach

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    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
  • Dwarf Valley Red peach

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    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 Jeannette’s Miniature peach

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    The Dwarf Jeannette's Miniature peach, reaches a total of 1 -1.5 metres at full maturity, fruits mid season, skin orange yellow with a deep red blush on the sunny side, flesh golden, with good flavour, very fine leaflets and form Ripens:  Jan/Feb Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Dwarf Queensland peach

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    The Dwarf Queensland 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 Anzac peach

    Dwarf peach tree, growing to 2 metres high, white fleshed peach, the Anzac peach, ripens early - mid season, red skin on cream and green background, the flesh is lovely and soft, with more of a greener white colour, juicy, and excellent flavour Ripens:   January Pollinate with: Self fertile
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Yellow nectarine

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    The Dwarf Yellow nectarine is suitable for small spaces, similar in size and capabilities to Sunny Dwarf, ripening at different times, good flavour, succulent yellow flesh
  • 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 Sundowner nectarine

    Dwarf nectarine Sundowner is an early ripening freestone nectarine, setting very heavy crops of well flavoured, attractive fruits, yellow fleshed, popular in N.S.W. and northern areas for its low chill hour requirement, 2 metres high at full maturity, easily manageable backyard tree Ripens: January Pollinate with: Self fertile
    $46.00 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

  • Dwarf Early Rivers nectarine

    Dwarf Early Rivers nectarine grows to a manageable 2 metre tree, is an older white fleshed freestone nectarine, tender and juicy, medium sized fruits and a very good bearer. A favourite with many people, but often no longer available for sale in mainstream nurseries, ripens early season. Ripens: Jan/Feb Pollinate with: Self fertile Chill hours: high
    $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

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    Dwarf Buttira Precoce Morettini pear

    Dwarf Buttira Precoce Morettini pear is grafted to dwarfing rootstock, the pear is from Italian origins, on a dwarfing tree but one of the largest sized fruits of the pears we grow - pick one pear and make a meal for four people!  Yellow fruits with very good flavour, slight russeting, firm, juicy, and a very early cropper
    $36.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Vicar of Winkfield pear

    Dwarf Vicar of Winkfield pear is a very old English pear, has medium to large green fruits, elongated neck, one of the very latest winter pears to bear, pears useful for culinary purposes, also good fresh eaters, disease resistant
    $36.00 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
    $36.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Green Gage plum

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    Dwarf Green Gage plum is offered for the first time this year - it is a genuinely dwarfed two metre plum tree, grafted to the Green Gage plum. It is an amazing eating experience – sweet and very richly flavoured but balanced with perfect amount of acidity. Singled out by the author of the Australian Fruit Tree book, Louis Glowinski, as his favourite fruit overall (a big rave, given his book covers a fairly significant proportion of the fruit kingdom) but this is a great plum, Ripens: February Pollinate with: Coe's Golden Drop, D'Agen
  • Dwarf Damson plum

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    Dwarf plum tree, two metre high version of the damson plum, these plums are once again having a resurgence of popularity amongst gourmets, who prize them for their high quality when cooked, the Damson plum makes fine sauces and jams, and great meat accompaniments, a small sized plum, hardy trees bear late ripening fruits, has some self fertility, so sets a fair crop on its own. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Self fertile

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