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Aldenhamensis Crabapple (Malus x purpurea aldenhamensis)

$32.50
M. x purpurea 'Aldenhamensis' originated as a chance seedling in 1920 in the garden of the Hon. Vicary Gibbs, Aldenham House, Elstree, Hertfordshire, England. Blooms in Spring and then may bloom a second or third time. Medium, round to spreading...

Angelina Burdett European Plum

$31.50
Raised by Mr Dowling of Woolston, Southampton in about 1850. It was first described in 1853. Fruits have firm, juicy, yellowish green flesh with a good flavour. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying...

Angelina Burdett European Plum (dwarf)

$47.50
Raised by Mr Dowling of Woolston, Southampton in about 1850. It was first described in 1853. Fruits have firm, juicy, yellowish green flesh with a good flavour. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying...

Angelino Japanese Plum

$31.50
The tree bears large crops of great plums with dark purple/blue over red skin and sweet golden/yellow flesh with freestone. Japanese Plum 'Angelino' (Prunus salicina 'Angelino') originates from Fresno, California in 1967. • Pollination...

Anzac Peach

$31.95
Released in 1915 and named in honour of the Anzacs who were then creating the legend they were to become.
Dark red over pale green coloured fruit. Light white/green flesh, freestone. Juicy, sweet to slightly tart and soft when ripe. Very popular variety...

Anzac Peach (dwarf)

$45.95
Released in 1915 and named in honour of the Anzacs who were then creating the legend they were to become.
Dark red over pale green coloured fruit. Light white/green flesh, freestone. Juicy, sweet to slightly tart and soft when ripe. Very popular variety...

Bechtel Crab (Malus ioensis 'Plena') Crabapple

$32.50
The Bechtel Crab was discovered in Staunton Illinois by E. A. Bechtel and introduced into gardens between 1840 and 1850. It is one of the most beautiful crabapples when flowering with stunning double pink, fragrant blooms. It flowers later in the season...

Bendigo Beauty Peach

$31.95
$26.50
Delicious juicy peach with white flesh and red/yellow skin that ripens in early January. • Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other pollinators needed • Uses: eating, cooking, bottling, preserving • Harvest: early January •...

Black English Mulberry

$51.95
Morus nigra 'Black English'Has dense, dark green foliage. Red/black fruit ripens progressively rather than all at once. Once established will tolerate a Meditteranean climate. Slower growing at first and can grow to a large tree. Pollination:...

Black Genoa Fig

$29.50
Black Genoa is the leading commercial variety for fresh fruit production. The tree has an open and spreading habit. The fruit is dark purple at maturity, with red seeds and white flesh. It is a squat, pear-shaped fruit. It has a distinctive flavour and...

Black Mulberry (seedling grown)

$34.95
Delicious, black fruit clusters. Susceptible to late frost. Grows to magnificent, spreading tree. Ideal for large gardens or farms. Ripens in November to early summer. • Pollination Group: A lone tree will usually produce fruit. More mulberries...

Brigg's Red May Peach

$31.95
Peach ‘Brigg’s Early May’ originated about 1870 as a chance seedling on the farm of John G. Briggs near Yuba City, California. Fruit medium to large, round, skin white with a rich red cheek; flesh greenish-white, melting, juicy, free;...

Brown Turkey Fig

$31.50
Brown Turkey is a small tree with sparse foliage. It crops well in most situations, but does not usually produce a breba crop. It is susceptible to souring during wet weather in coastal areas, but the fruit is reasonably resistant to splitting. Fruit is...

Bulida Apricot (dwarf)

$47.50
Prunus armeniaca ‘Bulida’ (correctly spelt 'Búlida') or the Bulida Apricot produces large lovely flavoured orange fruit. Great for eating, canning, bottling and used for drying, and freezing. • Uses: eating, bottling, canning,...

Chinese Crabapple (Malus spectabilis)

$32.50
M. spectabilisIntroduced before 1780 from China, it is one of the oldest and most admired of the crabs. While considered a true species it has never been found in the wild. Deep rose-red buds opening to 40 to 50 mm pale pink flowers. Yellow 20mm diameter...

Chojuro Nashi (Asian Pear)

$32.50
Raised in 1895 by Mr Chojuro Toma, Kawasaki, Japan. Introduced to USA in 1939. Fruits have white, firm, coarse flesh with a mildly sweet and distinctive aromatic flavour. Pollination Group: part self-fertile, Conference, Josephine, Packham’s,...

Coe's Golden Drop European Plum

$31.50
Said to have been raised by Jervaise Coe of Bury St Edmunds in the late 1700s. Fruits have golden-yellow, juicy, sweet flesh which is highly flavoured. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying Harvest: March...

Coe’s Golden Drop European Plum (dwarf)

$47.50
Said to have been raised by Jervaise Coe of Bury St Edmunds in the late 1700s. Fruits have golden-yellow, juicy, sweet flesh which is highly flavoured. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying Harvest: March...

Crimson Baby Nectarine (dwarf)

$45.95
Nectarine Crimson Baby is a popular compact tree great for small gardens and large tubs growing to 2 m high and 2 m wide (requires staking). The fruit has red and yellow skin with flecks, yellow flesh, and clingstone. • Pollination Group: The...

Damson European Plum

$31.50
The damson (Prunus insititia) is thought to have arisen through natural crosses in Asia between the sloe (Prunus spinosa) and the cherry plum (P. cerasifera). This is the Wild Damson brought into cultivation and first recorded in 1629.
Several cultivars...

Damson European Plum (dwarf)

$47.50
The damson (Prunus insititia) is thought to have arisen through natural crosses in Asia between the sloe (Prunus spinosa) and the cherry plum (P. cerasifera). This is the Wild Damson brought into cultivation and first recorded in 1629.
Several cultivars...

Deanna Fig

$31.50
Deanna is a large fig that ripens to a greenish yellow colour. The strawberry to amber flesh is considered to be of very good quality. The small eye helps to minimise spoiling. It was developed at UC Davis, Riverside and has good cold hardiness. Image

Divinity Apricot

$31.95
A long established variety in Australia (1950s) with delicious, firm, slightly oval fruit with light orange flesh. A firm favourite, ideal eaten fresh. Pollination: Self fertile Size: 3m-4m wide x 3m high Uses: eating, bottling, preserving...

Divinity Apricot (dwarf)

$47.50
A long established variety in Australia (1950s) with delicious, firm, slightly oval fruit with light orange flesh. A firm favourite, ideal eaten fresh. Pollination: Self fertile Size: approx. 50% of standard tree Uses: eating, bottling,...

Donsworth Japanese Blood Plum

$31.50
One of the blood plums, i.e. has blood red flesh. Medium sized fruit, dark red over mottled green skin. Sweet flavour and soft when fully ripe, fine textured, juicy. Pollination Group: cross pollinate with another Japanese plum, esp. Satsuma,...

Donsworth Japanese Blood Plum (dwarf)

$47.50
One of the blood plums, i.e. has blood red flesh. Medium sized fruit, dark red over mottled green skin. Sweet flavour and soft when fully ripe, fine textured, juicy. Pollination Group: cross pollinate with another Japanese plum, esp. Satsuma,...

Dwarf Yellow Peach

$37.95
This is a true dwarf peach reaching a height of around 1.5 metres and a similar width. Sweet tasting, red-skinned, yellow-flesh, mid-season.  Pollination Group: self-fertile Uses: eating Harvest: late December - early January Features: true...

Dwarf Nectarine

$37.95
Growing to 1.5 to 2.0 metres and a similar width. Sweet, mid-season.  Pollination Group: self-fertile Uses: eating Harvest: January Features: yellow flesh Generic image

Early Burlat Cherry

$34.50
This variety originated in Morocco in 1936. The fruit is medium–large, rounded with red skin and flesh. It is susceptible to cracking and also requires careful handling from harvesting onwards. It blossoms mid-season and is a good quality, very-...

Early Rivers Nectarine (dwarf)

$45.95
Early fruiting with white flesh, freestone. Old variety, small, tender and juicy fruit. Reliable bearer. A dessert variety also suitable for stewing, preserving or drying. • Uses: eating, stewing, cooking, bottling, preserving, drying• Harvest:...

Early Valley Pomegranate

$29.50
Pomegranate Early Valley (Punica granatum 'Early Valley') has fruit with a thick skin packed with jelly-coated seeds. The deciduous shrub to small tree is also ornamental with colourful flowers, fruit and autumn foliage, making it an attractive and tough...

Elberta Peach

$31.95
One of the most popular peaches ever, freestone. Great all-rounder being suitable for eating, juice and preserving. Pollination Group: self-fertile Height x width: 3m x 3-4m Uses: eating Harvest: February Features: freestone

Elephant Heart Japanese Blood Plum

$31.50
Large, cricket ball-size plums. This variety was developed by Luther Burbank and released in 1929. Sometimes called a “blood plum” because of its dark-red flesh. Fruit is juicy and flavorful – excellent for eating fresh or...

Elephant Heart Japanese Blood Plum (dwarf)

$47.50
Large, cricket ball-size plums. This variety was developed by Luther Burbank and released in 1929. Sometimes called a “blood plum” because of its dark-red flesh. Fruit is juicy and flavorful – excellent for eating fresh or...

Eleyi Crabapple (Malus x purpurea ‘Eleyi’)

$32.50
M. x purpurea ‘Eleyi’Raised and named Prior to 1920 for Charles Eley, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England. An attactive variety with deep red buds followed by fragrant, violet-pink flowers and purple foliage. Purplish-red fruits will stay on...