Dispatch staff at Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery 2021

Dispatch staff at Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery 2021

Arial view of Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery in November 2021

Arial view of Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery in November 2021

Fruit Trees in Australia

Fruit Trees in Australia

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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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Native Raspberry - Peter's Thornless PBR

$27.00 ($27.00-$27.00 choose a size)

Take a walk along forest margins or your local creek in eastern Australia, and you will come across Native Raspberries. This cultivar however is completely Thornless, and was selected by local Peter Hardwick. Being completely thornless, it is a pleasure to pick the fruit from its scrambling branches. Berries are bright red, sweet and juicy when well watered and grown with plenty of organic matter. The canes can produce fruit in as little as 6 months and respond well to fertiliser, compost and mulch. Vigorous and scrambling to 1.5m, with a suckering habit which is easily controlled with mowing, the plant is best staked to keep the fruit off the ground and keep it tidy. The leaves of native raspberry can also be used in tea and skin care products. A tea can be made from an infusion for 15 mins from up to six shoots of fresh native raspberry leaf in a teapot. The leaf can also be used as a dried herb. The flavour of the leaf is mildly herbaceous and astringent. It mixes well with other native teas like lemon myrtle and cinnamon myrtle. Research on the leaf of native raspberry shows that it contains beneficial plant compounds like pomolic acid, euscaphic acid, gallic acid and ellagic acid. This plant has Plant Breeder Rights and is not permitted to be propagated and sold for a commercial purpose.
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Dwarf Persimmon - Ichikikijiro (NA)

$69.00

Large flat fruit of excellent quality. Being a dwarf variety it is well suited to backyards but is also a good commercial variety. Mostly seedless fruit, Non astringent.

Persimmon - Nightingale (A)

$69.00

A deep-orange flesh that is very sweet and juicy when ripe. A conical large shape. Very high quality flesh that is most often seedless. Compact growing. Astringent

A. Australian Fruit and Edible Plant Resource

$5.00

Read about why we think it is essential to be growing your own food in the new edition of our comprehensive guide to our products that we grow for you, in celebration of our 40th Anniversary. We have updated the listing of the fruit, nuts, bush foods and other edible plants to include new products, showcasing Jujubes, Coconuts and Bananas, to name a few. We give you an outline to the care and planting of fruit trees and the required climatic zone is specified for each variety. This is an excellent reference resource that we have been adding to over the last 37 years.
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Pecan - Riverside Seedling

$9.75 ($9.75-$19.75 choose a size)

Rootstock used for grafting pecan varieties onto. Strong growing seedling, also useful as a hardy shade tree and will produce nuts in 8-10years. Riverside has shown more salt tolerance than Apache rootstock for marginal areas and where bore water is in use. Inquire for Wholesale Price - 50+
Buy 9+ @$9.75ea usually:$19.75ea Free Freight

Pistachio - Kerman Female

$89.00

The female Kerman Pistachio is popular in commercial production and has good flavour with a nice green colour to the kernal. Pistachio trees are best suited to areas with cold winters and hot dry summers, requiring 1000 hours below 7.5 degrees in the winter. Summer and autumn need to be dry to prevent fungal problems. Pistachios are dioecious meaning male and females flowers are produced on separate trees, one of each will be required for fruit set. Spreading habit, wider than it is tall. Pistachios tend toward biennial cropping, meaning they alternately bear lots of nuts one year, then very little the following year

Pistachio - Sirora - Female

$89.00

High yielding female tree, pair with a male for pollination. Grows to be a small tree or shrub. Best suited to areas with cold winters and hot dry summers, requiring 1000 hours below 7.5 degrees in the winter. Summer and autumn need to be dry to prevent fungal problems. Pistachios are dioecious meaning male and females flowers are produced on separate trees, one of each will be required for fruit set. Spreading habit, wider than it is tall. Pistachios tend toward biennial cropping, meaning they alternately bear lots of nuts one year, then very little the following year

Lime - Tahitian

$37.00

The small to medium fruit is pale lemon-yellow with smooth thin skin. The flesh is a translucent pale green, tender and juicy with a true acid lime flavour. It is best to pick the fruit green as it can suffer from rot if left to ripen on the tree.

Avocado - Shepard (B)

$64.00

A small to medium pear-shaped fruit with thick, green skin that peels easily. The fruit has an excellent flavour, medium oil content and does not turn brown when cut. H Feb/March The tree has a spreading habit and is a high yielding. It displays good resistance to frost and anthracnose.
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Macadamia Bush Nut

$14.75 ($14.75-$17.90 choose a size)

This was the first Australian native food plant to be grown by non-indigenous Australians as a commercial crop. Genetic diversity of this valuable nut species has been reduced significantly through land clearing. Very hardy and easily grown along most of Australia's east coast and even down into Victoria.
Buy 2+ @$14.75ea usually:$17.90ea

Lemon - Meyer

$37.00

The popular Meyer is not a true lemon but likely to be a natural hybrid between a lemon and an orange. The lower acidity and reduced sourness makes it one of the most widely grown home-garden varieties. Very hardy and prolific. The fruits are a deep orange-yellow colour with thin skin and they are very juicy, making them perfect for use in dressings and marinades. The meyer is low in pectin.

Pistachio - Blue Male

$89.00

Male pistachio, pollinator for Females. One male will pollinate up to 15 females.

Lemon - Lisbon

$34.00

A good quality sour lemon with high juice and acid levels. The fruits of Eureka and Lisbon are very similar. Vigorous and productive, trees are very thorny particularly when young. The best variety for cooler climates.

Orange - Lanes Late

$37.00

Seedless variety, maturing later than all other navels, usually mid July through to October. Thin smooth rind. The fruits are similar to the Washington but they are picked a couple of months later in the season. They are therefore a great companion tree to plant with a Washington navel or a Navelina for an extended fruiting season of navel oranges.

Persimmon - Dai Dai Maru (A)

$74.00

The rounded fruit is of medium sized, orange-red, glossy, with a slight bloom; has dark flesh, is not edible until fully ripe and soft; seedless unless cross-pollinated; bears good crops regularly. The tree is of semi-erect habit.

 

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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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Grape

Fruit Trees > Berries Vines and Climbers > Grape

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White grapes range in colour from pale yellow-green to light green, and black grapes from light red to purple-black. Grapes are categorized by their uses, either as a table grape or wine grape. Wine grapes have high acidity and are therefore too tart for general eating, but some, for example, Chambourcin are sweet if left to ripen well on the vine. The grapes listed below are suited to a wide range of climatic conditions. Those with disease resistance are good for humid, coastal conditions and others are suited to warm temperate and inland, more arid areas. It's not just their fruit that is delicious, but their leaves as well. Blanch them and wrap them around a rice and herb filling for a delicious snack or platter filler.
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