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Fruit Trees have been our fruitful joy since 1980 when we first started selling them at our local markets. Since then we have successfully mail ordered Fruit Trees along with many other Plants. Australia is a country where people want to make their own little RainForest or Nut Tree Plantation. Growing your own Fruit Trees to make your own backyard Edible is a common passion of many Australians and Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery has made it our passion to make this a reality for you.

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Dragon Fruit - Pearl

$19.75 ($17.75-$19.75 choose a size)

A spectacular night flowering cactus with highly ornamental pink skin & white fleshed fruit containing numerous small black seeds. Fruit can be up to 1kg with a melon like flavour. Self pollinating selection from Vietnam. Sourced from Picone Exotic Orchards Guide to planting bare rooted cacti. Please note, calloused cuttings are marked with an arrow, plant with the arrow pointing upwards.

Peach - Anzac

$39.00

An heirloom Australian peach with white flesh and ruby red skin. The sweet fruit are produced abundantly from about mid January. Freestone.

Loquat - Bessell Brown

$39.00

Large to very large fruit with large seed. Thick, orange skin resistant to bruising with firm golden coloured flesh. Pleasant mild flavour. The tree is hardy and well suited to a range of climates.

Maple - Japanese

$17.90

Maples are renowned for their brilliant Autumn colour in shades of yellow, orange or red. Attractive small tree. Prefers cool, deep, moisture retentive soil in a sheltered site.
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Yacon - Apple of the Earth

$17.75 ($14.75-$17.75 choose a size)

Also known as the 'Earth Apple' this is one of the ancient crops of the Inca's. This relative of the sunflower is popular to the people of Columbia, Ecuador and Argentina. The plant produces large tubers similar in appearance to sweet potatoes, but they have a much sweeter taste and crunchy flesh. The tubers can be eaten raw as a refreshing treat on their own, finely sliced and mixed into salads,boiled or baked, fried as chips or prepared as a pickle. There is also commercial interest as a flavouring for yoghurt. They are sweet, juicy and almost calorie free. The main stem can also be used like celery. The texture and flavour have been described as a cross between a fresh apple and watermelon. The plants are vigorous, herbaceous, perennial and extremely hardy tolerating hot summers, drought and poor soils. The foliage of the plant dies back in the winter after flowering at which time the tubers are harvested carefully to avoid damage to the tubers. They tend to continue sweetening if left in a cool dry and dark place for a week or two before consumption. The offsets are then replanted for the next season.
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Photinia Rubens

$12.90 ($9.75-$12.90 choose a size)

A finer leaf Photinia with ruby red new leaves and glossy dark green mature foliage. This is a lovely shrub, hedge or light screening plant. It can be regularly clipped for maximum colour or leave to enjoy the small white flowers.It is less dense then Photinia Red Robin.
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Lomandra longifolia - Mat Rush

$3.90 ($2.45-$3.90 choose a size)

Extremely versatile and hardy plants that will grow almost anywhere. An important stabilizing plant for river banks and streams as well as a useful ornamental grass in native gardens

Dwarf Coffee - Catuai

$17.90

A dwarf coffee selection suitable for handpicking. Makes an ideal selection for growing in a pot as an ornamental. Prolific cropper of quality roasting beans.
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Chinese elm

$19.75 ($14.75-$19.75 choose a size)

Evergreen tree growing to about 10 metres depending on growing conditions. Small smooth glossy leaves. Non suckering, arching almost weeping habit of growth. A splendid tree for many uses under all climatic conditions.

River Birch

$19.75

A bushy deciduous tree that is prized for its incredible peeling bark. Salmon pink, smooth and shiny at first, the bark then flakes and curls in cinnamon-brown to blackish sheets. Vigorous and fast growing this birch does well in a range of climates including warmer regions. River birch can be grown as either a single trunk or multi-stemmed tree.

Panama Berry

$17.75

A highly ornamental tree that bears small red berries within its first year. Blossoming and producing all year round, the flowers are white and followed by small red fruit that is sweet with the taste of caramel. The trees are exceptionally attractive with long spreading branches that often droop down to the ground and soft weeping foliage. Trees are very fast growing and drought hardy once established. They can grow 5-10m in ideal conditions but respond well to being cut back so it is possible to keep them smaller than this making it easier to browse on the tempting little fruits. Panama berries will happily grow and fruit in large containers provided they have a good quality mix and a healthy layer of organic mulch to hold the moisture in. It is the ideal backyard tree if you have children as it is a lovely little shade tree as well as producing tempting little sweet treats. Used fresh or in jams.Weed Warning: Panama Berry is regarded as an environmental weed in northern Queensland and on Christmas Island.
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Coffee - Gold

$14.90 ($9.75-$14.90 choose a size)

An Arabica selection with yellow fruit rather than normal red fruit. Produces quality roasting beans. Highly ornamental in subtropical gardens

Taro Japanese

$14.90

A staple crops throughout Asia and the Pacific. The delicious small tuber can substitute potato in almost any dish. Its heart-shaped leaves make for an attractive plant that grows well in shade and sun. Prefers moist soil.

Conifer Juniperus chinensis Spartan

$12.90

A fast growing, densely branched and bushy columnar selection. An excellent choice as a screening plant or windbreak. Rarely needs any pruning.

A. Australian Fruit and Edible Plant Resource

$5.00

A comprehensive guide to the fruit, nuts, bush foods and other edible plants that we grow. Includes a guide to the care and planting of fruit trees, climatic zone and essential reason for growing your own food. Excellent reference resource that we have been adding to over the last 37 years.

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Dwarf Fruit Trees

Fruit Trees > Dwarf Fruit Trees


There are many ways to have Dwarf Fruit Trees suitable for turning your small backyard into a thriving orchard. To grow dwarf trees successfully in containers all you need to do is supply a rich potting mix and re-pot regularly. Feed the trees every 6 months with a slow release fertiliser, provide plenty of sunlight, and keep the tree moist. The secret with keeping trees healthy and productive in containers is to re-pot and prune (roots and tops) at least every two years.
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Herbs and Spice Plants

Fruit Trees > Herbs and Spice Plants


Make your meals taste absolutely fantastic with the addition of home grown spices. As a culinary spice, there is virtually no such thing as an overdose and the spices are suitable for enhancing the flavour of a multitude of dishes. Fresh spices always taste better than the dried variety and offer many health-promoting benefits. Here are some of the more popular and hardy spices that are ideal for a kitchen garden.

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