Walnut - Chandler

$121.00

The leading walnut variety. Late-leafing and blooming. Large, well-sealed nuts with light-coloured, good quality kernels. Heavy producer. Require a cool, temperate climate with 700- 1000 hours chill. Partly self-fertile.

Flowering Cherry - Mt Fuji

$49.00 ($49.00-$79.00 choose a size)

Possibly the whitest flowering blossom tree. Flowering cherries are not just beautiful from a distance, each flower is a work of art - naturally beautiful. The Japanese have a festival celebrating the cherry blossom. Spreading tree to 10m wide, 5 m high. Foliage has lovely orange tones in the winter. Suitable for cooler climates only.

Flame Tree x Lacebark Brachychiton

$34.00 ($34.00-$79.00 choose a size)

A hybrid grafted selection of a natural cross between the Flame Tree and Lacebark. Has characteristics of both parents. Spectacular flowering, hardy quick growing tree suited to a wide range of climates

Cedar Bay Cherry

$19.75

The fruit is very decorative due to its bright orange-red colour. They are also delicious, with sweet, soft flesh. The shrubs are very slow growing so they are perfect for growing in ornamental pots. They fruit from a young age, starting in their first or second year. This delicious fruit shows great potential for the exotic fruit and bush food markets due to the high quality of the fruit. They grow well in sunny or shaded positions requiring well drained soil, extra water and fertiliser will help to speed up it growth a little. Warning This species is susceptible to Myrtle Rust (Puccinia psidiisl)It has been observed in the field with moderate to severe damage and will require ongoing treatment to control the rust. For more information follow this link. http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/biosecurity/plant/myrtle-rust

Pineapple - Red

$23.90

A highly ornamental pineapple with striking red fruits. The flesh is sweet and juicy, pink-yellow in colour. The fruit weigh about one kilo each. Plant has spines or sharp edges; use extreme caution when handling. Short lived small perennial. Evergreen sword-like grey green leaves with a red hue. Plants take 18 to 24 months from planting to fruit. Fruit should be picked when fully ripe and have developed full flavour and sweetness. Sweetness is enhanced by regular irrigation. Summer ripening. Ripeness can be assessed by tapping the fruit: ripe fruits have a dull, solid sound; unripe fruits have a hollow sound.
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