Deciduous Fruit Trees

While we are specialists in producing advanced ornamental trees for landscaping, we also grow a number of fruiting trees. The ones listed here are deciduous.

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This is a small deciduous tree with bold, deeply lobed leaves and insignificant flowers followed by medium-sized edible fruit which are first green, but purplish when ripe. This is one of the hardiest varieties of fig. Usually produces one-two crops of fruit per year. Foliage has a distinct shape. This is a self-pollinating variety. 'Brown Turkey' works well in both cold-temperate, dry inland and sub-tropic areas, as it requires low chill hours. 40cm/27L 50cm/52L
A fast growing, medium sized deciduous tree growing 3-5 metres tall. During summer, this variety produces masses of excellent quality, delicious dark red fleshed fruit with purple-green coloured skin. Usually producing two crops per year, it is a reliable and heavy cropper with a vigorous spreading habit. This is a self-pollinating variety. 'Black Genoa' works well in both cold-temperate and sub-tropic areas, as it requires low chill hours. 40cm/27L 50cm/52L
A small fruiting tree, used as a feature in a small garden or planted in a group where there is more space. This variety of apple is tip bearing, with bright green skin. It has a tart flavour with a crisp texture.
An Australian bred fruiting apple with bright pink blushed skin and crispy, smooth-textured flesh, making it a wonderful eating/dessert apple. Ripening late in the season, from mid to late May, this variety stores well and is self-pollinating, however will be much higher yielding if cross-pollinated with a companion. Foliage is green with a slightly downy underside turning yellow in autumn. 50cm/52L 100L 200L
This is a relatively fast-growing, small tree with a spreading, rounded canopy. Its leaves are heart-shaped with serrated margins. Pinkish white blossoms appear in spring, followed by large, yellow apricots that ripen in mid to late summer. The fruit is sweet, rich and juicy and considered to be one of the best apricots for flavour.
This is a popular variety of nectarine bred in New Zealand. It is red and yellow in appearance with white flesh. Fruit matures in late February - March and is in abundance. This variety has good resistance to leaf-curl. This is a low-chill variety suitable for both temperate and subtropical climates. 40cm/27L 50cm/52L
This is another attractive deciduous fruiting tree for small gardens with strong upright growth. It produces a large sweetish purplish plum highly regarded for eating, preserving and stewing. The flesh is yellow. 40cm/27L 200L
A small and attractive fruiting deciduous tree, leaves are green and flowers before the onset of fruit, are pink and white and fragrant. It is rich, juicy and dark red from skin to stone and is sweet and flavoursome. 40cm/27L
This is an Australian heirloom pear bred in Molong, NSW, a small town in the central west of NSW and dates back to the late 1800's. It is a great eating pear with smooth, green to yellow skin and juicy, white flesh which is sweet and rich in flavour. Fragrant, white flowers are borne in spring and the fruit ripens from late Autumn to early Winter. This variety will benefit from cross pollination, rewarding the grower with an abundance of beautiful, sweet dessert pears.

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