In Stock Gardening Accessory Items at Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery

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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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Planter Bags - 4 Litre

$0.29 ($0.29-$0.49 choose a size)

These planter bags are an ideal size to move young growing trees into and are ideal for growing deep rooted plants in. 30cm high x 15cm diameter, they are made from a durable plastic. Sold in multiples of 25.
Buy 50+ @$0.29

Bonsai Bags 35 litre

$5.75

35 litre Woven planter bag - Ideal for growing on or to bonsai fruit trees. The green colour keeps the root system cool and being woven aeration is optimal for healthy roots. Dimensions are 360x350mm

Exclusion Net - 6m x 6m

$49.00

This strong net is ideal for covering most fruit trees and Veg Gardens. It is also called Bee netting, as it is used to exclude Bees from pollinating fruit trees that need to be kept Seedless. It is UV stabilised and it will last years if stored after each seasons fruit protection. It is a 50gsm weave. This net can easily be cut into smaller nets if desired. We can also cut to larger nets if desired. eg 24mtrs x 6mts. We highly recommended this for the exclusion of insects, birds and especially Fruit Fly. Fruit fly females are large being 8mm long and sting fruit to lay their eggs only a few weeks before ripening. They shouldn't be confused with the smaller 'vinegar fly' which only attacks overripe and fallen fruit and are very hard to exclude even with 2mm netting.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2022

$17.75

The 2022 Rare Fruit magazine showcases Pepper growing in Australia. Breadnut and Breadfruit are also featured and the Native Bees article gives practical advice for anyone wanting to have these special little pollinators in their orchard. Rare Fruit Australia Inc. publishes these informative journals yearly and its members passion and knowledge shine through on every page.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2021

$17.75

The latest Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2021 from Rare Fruit Australia features articles on edible ferns, tips on trellising avocados and pollinating Annonas, as well as date farming in the Red Centre. There are some features on lesser known rare fruits and new recipes to try.

Exclusion Net - Large Bag

$8.90

Large Bag Fruit Control Netting is an exclusion bag 30 x 30cm, with only one opening -tie provided. Simple to use - slip over individual fruit to protect them from both fruit fly and other hungry wildlife. Sold in packs of 10

Exclusion Net - Small Bag

$7.90

Small Bag Fruit Control Netting is an exclusion bag 15 x 25cm, with only one opening -tie provided. Simple to use - slip over individual fruit to protect them from both fruit fly and other hungry wildlife. Sold in packs of 10

Exclusion Net - Small Vege Net (3m x 5m)

$24.95

Recommended for the exclusion of insects and birds this small exclusion net is ideal for throwing over espaliers, small trees, shrubs and it is a very useful size to protect young seedlings in the veggie patch.

Frost Cloth

$24.00

Frost cloth can be used to protect sensitive plants on cold and frosty nights. 60gm of spun bonded polypropylene and sold in 2m x 10m lengths, it is ideal for small shrubs, pots and garden beds and an be cut to match your needs on site. It is lightweight and can be kept off plants by suspending over pipe hoops secured to the ground onto stakes.

Dwarfing Tool for Cincturing or Girdling Fruit Trees

$69.00

4.8 mm girdling tool. This Dwarfing Tool allows you to cincture or girdle fruit tree. Please see our video where we demonstrate how to use it.We think there are 2 essential tools for growing Fruit Trees. 1st is secateurs and the 2nd is this Dwarfing Tool.Uses- Dwarfing- Forcing plants to fruit quicker.- Fruiting outside of seasonal times- Alternating branches to fruit every 2nd year.The technique of cincturing or girdling fruit trees is a complicated topic that we try to make simple in this video because many of us like to push the boundaries of what is possible. It may look harmful but has been used by previous generations such as the Old Italian gardeners who knew how to get the most out of their backyard fruit trees.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2019

$17.75

2019 Rare Fruit magazine offers information on breeding better mangoes, propagating exotic sapotes, progress at the Mission beach School garden and cooking with bunya nuts, saltbush and jakfruit.

Grafting Knife Due Boui GT55

$39.00

Professional quality, combination grafting and budding blade. Made in Italy from quality cutlery grade, tool steel blades. Right handed knife.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2017

$17.75

2017 Rare Fruit magazine offers information on new vegetables for warm climate, The Panoramic Fruit Company, Fruit Fly - a Formidable Pest, star apples, maprang, naranjilla, yellow mangosteen recipes and much much more

Felco 300

$39.00

Heavy-duty construction and clean cutting with less weight. Love Felco Secateurs, but arent so crazy about their heft? Pick up the Felco 300 Lightweight Secateurs and feel the difference.

Wild May Fruit Fly Attractant

$19.75

Wild May is a male attractant; it works by attracting and killing all the male flies, including juveniles before they can breed. Ideal for indicating activity of fruit fly and with prolong use will reduce the incidence of fruit fly damage significantly. Non toxic, can be used on organic farms.

Australia Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2016

$17.75

Durian from every angle. Okinawa rare fruits. Fruits and vegetables at home and abroad. The articles are intended to inform and assist rare fruit farmers, backyard growers and consumers about the search for and domestication of rare fruits, new ways to enjoy them and problems growers encounter around the world, and how to solve them.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2020

$17.75

The 2020 Rare Fruit Magazine looks at new ideas from around the world, growing lima beans, alternative beekeeping, and a little taste of some Durian facts.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2012

$17.75

The 2012 theme is extreme weather event and discussed, floods, cyclone and how we are facing an uncertain future. What will it take to grow fruits into the future? Will we adapt to a new system of growing, a new mindset, or new fruits?

Australia Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2015

$16.90

Packed full of fruitiness including, fruits of the Torres Strait Islands, mango Tasting. Garcinia's from the new world, growing custard apples and other Annonas. Fair dinkum fruit, Myrtaceae for Southern Queensland, Food of the Gods, growing Cacoa, horned melon, carob, petai, black sapote and much, much more.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2010

$17.75

The theme for this magazine is Enjoy your Fruit, and some stories give an insight into the various ways that the members enjoy different fruit. Although most exotic fruit are pick and eat several require some for of processing to be fully appreciated. This magazine will take the mystery out of jakfruit and inspire you in the kitchen with yellow mangosteens, soursops and other tropical fruit. Great pictures, excellent articles and some fabulous ideas for how to use your fruits in the kitchen.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2011

$17.75

The Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2011 Colour your Life with Fruit. is a great resource of many fruit trees grown throughout Australia. This edition includes. Persimmons, Achacha, Carambola, Canistel, Blue Quandongs, Jaboticaba, Dragon Fruit and details on Citrus Gall Wasps. Colour your Life with Fruit - Show your Real Colour Colour your life with Rare Fruits: a poem Warm Me Up, Red Colour your Palate with Dragon Fruit Orange is a Powerful Tonic Persimmon, the Divine Food Achacha, Let's Dance Together Going for Gold Carambola Canistel Scones Yellow Sunshine in our LIves Discover Durians in Borneo Green for Balance Blue Quandong True Blue Edible Plants Native to Australia Purifying Royal Blue Jaboticaba Cheese Cake, a recipe Biodiversity is Wealth, Health and Happiness, Chocolate Helps Edible Passionfruit in Australia Purple has a Healing Effect Fruit Piercing Moth Citrus Gall Wasp

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2014

$17.90

Muscadine grapes, cherry of the rio grande, red bopple nuts, bamboo and water chestnuts are just a few of the features from the 2014 rare fruit review. There are great tips of soil biology and as always the magazine is filled with stunning images and excellent growing tip from experienced rare fruit growers.

Grafting Tape - Buddy Tape

$89.00

Buddy Grafting Tape is a superior tape for all your grafting needs. Perforated at 7cm lengths, it can be stretched to 8 times its length, providing a firm grip on the graft that will stretch as the plant grows. It is permeable to allow air to reach the bud so covering them is not harmful but also has a waxy content that will prevent dehydration. When stretched, it adheres to itself allowing quick and reliable application. The tape biodegrades in sunlight so your plants are not cut into as they grow. Rolls measure 25mm x 60m, providing more than 850 grafts working out at 10c per graft.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2013

$17.90

Taste the world. 2013 Rare Fruit Magazine features The search for exotic fruit in Borneo, New tastes for Samoa, Educating our tastebuds, A tropical treat - Langsat & Duku, Monstera - a forgotten fruit, Mamey sapote - sweet and savoury, Coconut Miracle and lots, lots more.

Bonsai Bags 25 litre

$4.90

25 litre Woven planter bag - Ideal for growing on or to bonsai fruit trees. The green colour keeps the root system cool and being woven aeration is optimal for healthy roots. Dimensions are 330x280mm

Eco Neem (100ml)

$31.00

Eco Neem is a broad spectrum, botanically based insecticide made from a neem tree extract. Eco-neem is very different to other neem oil based sprays because it is a pure extract stabilised in a vegetable oil based carrier making it very effective at low rates. Eco-neem controls sucking pests and chewing pests like caterpillars and grasshoppers and exhibits systemic qualities when drenched into the soil to control soil borne insects and borers. Eco-neem is safe to beneficial insects replacing the toxic residual sprays that are harmful to bees, lady beetles and other good bugs in your garden. BFA registered for organic gardens. Eco-neem is approved for use on ornamental plants only. It currently does not have approval for use on edible plants.

Eco Oil

$19.90

eco oil is an Organically Certified, NRA Registered Miticide/ Insecticide for the control of Two Spotted Mites and Green Peach Aphid in various food and ornamental crops. The advantage eco oil has over current Miticides is that it has no withholding periods, no re-entry restrictions and maximum user safety. This means minimal spray protection gear, while maintaining maximum operator safety. eco oil is perfect for use in and around public traffic areas and where produce handling and crop harvesting is labour intensive and continuous.It also has a physical mode of action meaning that insect pests like mites have a low level resistance potential to eco oil. This allows growers to apply eco oil on a more regular basis than the chemically active insecticides, without worrying about the complexities of insect resistance management strategies

FELCO 160S

$79.00

Reliable: incredibly light, hard wearing and comfortable handles made of very high-resistance composite fiber / blade and anvil blade made of high-quality hardened steel / clean and precise cut / all parts suffering wear and tear are replaceableEfficient: very easy, durable cutting adjustmentErgonomic: hand and wrist protection are provided by the ideal shape of the handles / pleasant feel

Wild May Fruit Fly Trap

$17.90

An easy to use plastic trap to be used in conjunction with the Wild May Fruit Fly Attractant. Traps need to be filled with a minimum of 20 mm of liquid to attract and kill the male Queensland fruit flies. The attractant fluid needs to be maintained all year round. Do not let the traps dry out.

$100 Christmas Gift Voucher Free $10 Voucher By Email

$100.00

Buy a $100 Christmas Gift Voucher and get a $10 Voucher for you to use as well. ( Only released a few weeks before Christmas ) When placing the order just enter your postcode and all your details at the checkout. Once completed both the vouchers will be sent to you. You can then forward on the $100 Voucher to your Recipient or print it out and give it to them in person. The $10 voucher ( sent as a separate email ) can be used any time by yourself.

$50 Christmas Gift Voucher Free $5 Voucher

$50.00

Note: This Gift Voucher is only available for about 2-3 weeks before Christmas Day each year.Buy a $50 Voucher to give away and get a $5 Voucher for you to use. When placing the order just enter your postcode and all your details at the checkout ( not your friends). Once completed both the vouchers will be sent to you. You can then forward on the $50 Voucher to your loved one or print it out and give it to them yourself. The $5 voucher ( sent as a separate email ) can be used any time by yourself.*$50 voucher is meant to be given away and not used by yourself

Agriform Planting Tablet ®

$2.95

Slow Release fertilizer to ensure your tree gets off to a quick start. Supplies all major nutrients for 1 year. Place 10gm tablet approx 3cm from roots 5-10cm below surface

Almond - Self Pollinating Papershell - Scion Wood

$9.75

Almond scion. Graft onto okinawa peach rootstock.

Apple - Cox Orange Pippin - Scion Wood

$9.75

Cox Orange Pippin scion. Graft on MM102 or MM106 rootstock for a dwarf tree or onto granny smith rootstock for a full sized tree.

Apple - Gala - Scion Wood

$9.75

Gala apple scion. Graft on MM102 or MM106 rootstock for a dwarf tree or onto granny smith rootstock for a full sized tree.

Apple - Granny Smith - Scion Wood

$9.75

Granny smith apple scion wood. Graft on MM102 or MM106 rootstock for a dwarf tree or onto granny smith rootstock for a full sized tree.

Apple - Pink Lady - Scion Wood

$9.75

Pink lady scion. Graft on MM102 or MM106 rootstock for a dwarf tree or onto granny smith rootstock for a full sized tree.

Apple - Red Delicious - Scion Wood

$9.75

Red delicious apple scion. Graft on MM102 or MM106 rootstock for a dwarf tree or onto granny smith rootstock for a full sized tree.

Apple - Red Fuji - Scion Wood

$9.75

Red Fuji apple scion. Graft on MM102 or MM106 rootstock for a dwarf tree or onto granny smith rootstock for a full sized tree.

Apricot - Bulida - Scion Wood

$9.75

Bulida apricot scion. Graft onto okinawa peach rootstock, or Myrobalan plum.

Apricot - Moorpark - Scion Wood

$9.75

Moorpark apricot scion. Graft onto okinawa peach rootstock, or Myrobalan plum.

Apricot - Storeys (Early Moorpark) - Scion Wood

$9.75

Storeys apricot scion. Graft onto okinawa peach rootstock, or Myrobalan plum.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2006

$14.75

An fruit tree packed magazine with jaboticabas, lychees, jakfruit and miracle fruit all discussed in depth. Also the magazine explores the fruits of Borneo.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2007

$17.90

The 2007 edition is another hands on guide to your home orchard. It gives details about cyclone proofing your fruit trees. Tips on vegetables and herbs and talks about the velvet apple, breadfruit and saba nut.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2008

$14.75

The 2008 theme is called In my backyard and is just what you need to get you motivated in your garden with fantastic permaculture suggestions and some dwarf fruits from around the world.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2009

$14.75

Collections and collectors is the theme for 2009. Fruit fantasies, add some Artocarpus to your collection. Rambutan reminiscence, the treasure trove at the amazing Flecker Botanical gardens in Cairns, inside the palmetum, delicious dwarfs and much, much, more.

Bonsai Bags 15 litre

$3.90

15 litre Woven planter bag - ideal for growing on or to bonsai fruit trees. The green colour keeps the root system cool and being woven aeration is optimal for healthy roots.

Bonsai Bags 20 litre

$3.90

20 litre Woven planter bag - Ideal for growing on or to bonsai fruit trees. The green colour keeps the root system cool and being woven aeration is optimal for healthy roots.

Book - The Garden Gardians

$29.00

Discover the role that Good Bugs play in your garden and just how easy it is to attract more of these free workers to lighten your gardening load. Jane Davenport's photos of the mini beast are exquisite and will inspire everyone to get out in the garden and look a little closer at the activity on our plants. Jane is an internationally acclaimed artist and insect expert, this book is a unique journey down the garden path.

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.

Exclusion Net - 6m x 6m

$49.00

This strong net is ideal for covering most fruit trees and Veg Gardens. It is also called Bee netting, as it is used to exclude Bees from pollinating fruit trees that need to be kept Seedless. It is UV stabilised and it will last years if stored after each seasons fruit protection. It is a 50gsm weave. This net can easily be cut into smaller nets if desired. We can also cut to larger nets if desired. eg 24mtrs x 6mts. We highly recommended this for the exclusion of insects, birds and especially Fruit Fly. Fruit fly females are large being 8mm long and sting fruit to lay their eggs only a few weeks before ripening. They shouldn't be confused with the smaller 'vinegar fly' which only attacks overripe and fallen fruit and are very hard to exclude even with 2mm netting.

Dwarfing Tool for Cincturing or Girdling Fruit Trees

$69.00

4.8 mm girdling tool. This Dwarfing Tool allows you to cincture or girdle fruit tree. Please see our video where we demonstrate how to use it.We think there are 2 essential tools for growing Fruit Trees. 1st is secateurs and the 2nd is this Dwarfing Tool.Uses- Dwarfing- Forcing plants to fruit quicker.- Fruiting outside of seasonal times- Alternating branches to fruit every 2nd year.The technique of cincturing or girdling fruit trees is a complicated topic that we try to make simple in this video because many of us like to push the boundaries of what is possible. It may look harmful but has been used by previous generations such as the Old Italian gardeners who knew how to get the most out of their backyard fruit trees.

Australian Rare Fruit Review Magazine 2022

$17.75

The 2022 Rare Fruit magazine showcases Pepper growing in Australia. Breadnut and Breadfruit are also featured and the Native Bees article gives practical advice for anyone wanting to have these special little pollinators in their orchard. Rare Fruit Australia Inc. publishes these informative journals yearly and its members passion and knowledge shine through on every page.

Bonsai Bags 35 litre

$5.75

35 litre Woven planter bag - Ideal for growing on or to bonsai fruit trees. The green colour keeps the root system cool and being woven aeration is optimal for healthy roots. Dimensions are 360x350mm

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