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Deciduous Fruit Trees

Deciduous Fruit Trees are simply fruit trees that lose their leaves in winter. We have a massive range to choose from. Our ever-increasing dwarf range is suitable for those people wanting to plant in pots or people with smaller backyards.

These deciduous trees are best planted in winter when they have no leaves. The trees have been grown in the ground and dug up and potted into pots ready for sale. Our entire range is available from June each year, but be quick as once they are sold we don’t get new stock until next winter.

We have currently SOLD OUT of most of our deciduous fruit trees. We have a a small number of pears, dwarf peaches and persimmon trees in stock at the moment. We should be getting more deciduous fruit trees into the nursery in June.

ALMONDS (Prunus dulcis)

  • Self Pollinating - Large papershell nut that is broad and oval in shape and has a sweet flavor. Medium to large tree. Mid-season maturity early March. Self pollinating.
  • Dwarf Self Pollinating - Large papershell nut that is broad and oval in shape and has a sweet flavor. Small tree reaching to around 2 metres high and grown on a dwarf rootstock. Mid season maturity early March. Self pollinating.

APPLES (Malus domestica)

DWARF APPLES

  • Leprechaun - A dwarf Granny Smith tree growing to 2 metres high and 1 metre wide bearing crisp and juicy full size fruit. Matures April. X-Pollinators: Pinkabelle, Pink Lady, Golden Delicious, Red Fuji, Jonathan, Red Delicious
  • Pinkabelle - A dwarf variety of Pink Lady, perfect for pots or small gardens, produces full sized fruit that ripens in April-May. Partially self-fertile, X-pollinators: Granny Smith, Leprechaun, Red Fuji
SEMI DWARF APPLES
These trees are grafted onto a dwarfing rootstock to keep them smaller and more compact for the home gardener reaching 2 - 3 metres in ideal conditions in the ground. They produce exactly the same fruit as the regular sized trees.
  • Red Delicious - Medium sized conical shaped red apple. Matures in Late March. X-pollinators: Granny Smith, Jonathon, Red Delicious, Red Fuji, Pink Lady, Golden Delicious
  • Red Fuji - Medium to large round fruit with red skin and juicy flesh. Matures April. X-pollinators: Red Delicious, Golden Delicious
  • Royal Gala - Medium round, striped red-orange blush over yellow background fruit with creamy yellow crisp flesh. Ripens mid-late February. X-pollinators: Red Delicious, Red Fuji
  • Golden Delicious - Large pale green to yellow fruit. Creamy crisp textured flesh. Ripens mid March. X-pollinators: Granny Smith, Red Delicious
  • Red Delicious - Medium to large fruit, crisp, juicy and sweet. Fruit ripens late March. X-pollinators: Granny Smith, Pink Lady, Red Jonathan
  • Granny Smith - Well known green apple, crisp, firm and juicy. Fruit ripens April. X-pollinators: Pink Lady, Red Jonathan, Lady Williams, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious
  • Jonathan - Medium sized round fruit with bright red skin and white flesh. Ripens March. X-pollinators: Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious
  • Pink Lady - Medium sized, scarlet pink skin, crisp and juicy with a sweet-tart distinctive flavour. Fruit ripens late May. X-pollinators: Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Red Fuji
  • Red Fuji - Medium to large, red fruit. Crisp and very juicy with a delicate honey-pineapple flavour. Fruit ripens mid April. X-pollinator: Red Delicious, Golden Delicious

APRICOTS (Prunus armeniaca)

DWARF APRICOTS

  • Dwarf Moorpark – Medium to large, yellow skinned fruit with a red blush. Excellent flavour. Ripens late December to early January. Grows 2 metres x 2 metres. Self Pollinating
  • Dwarf  Trevatt - Large fruit with deep apricot skin. Heavy bearer with a good flavour. Matures late December early January. Grows 2 metres x 2 metres. Self pollinating
APRICOTS
  • Divinity - Medium sized with red blush on the skin and a sweet flavour. Fruit ripens late December to early January. Self pollinating
  • Moorpark - Medium to large yellow skinned fruit with a red blush. Excellent flavour. Ripens late December to early January. Self Pollinating
  • Trevatt - Large fruit with deep apricot skin, heavy bearer, firm and juicy fruit. Ripens late December. Self pollinating

CHERRIES (Prunus avium)

Cherry trees need a cool temperate climate in order to fruit.

  • Lapin - Large heart shaped dark red fruit that is firm and sweet. Matures late December. Self-pollinating
  • Morello - A sour cherry used for preserving, cooking and wine making. Small to medium sized round fruit, dark red skin and red tart flesh. Fruit ripens late December to early January. Self-pollinating
  • Stella - Large heart shaped red fruit, with a dark red firm flesh. Fruit ripens mid December. Self pollinating and can be used as a universal pollinator for other cherries
  • Sunburst - Very large round to heart shaped fruit with red skin. Firm red flesh with good flavour. Fruit ripens mid December. Self pollinating

FIGS (Ficus carica)

Figs are a medium sized deciduous tree growing between 3 - 5 metres tall. We have a range of varieties.

  • Black Genoa - Large fruit with greenish purple skin and rich red flesh, excellent flavour. Black Genoa produces 2 crops per year in early summer and late autumn. Self-pollinating.
  • Brown Turkey - Medium sized fruit with brown skin with pink flesh, full rich flavour. Brown Turkey produces 2 crops per year in early summer and late autumn. Self-pollinating.
  • Preston Prolific - Large, brownish-yellow fruit with amber coloured flesh and a very good flavour. Produces 2 crops per year in early summer and late autumn. Self-pollinating.
  • White Adriatic - Large fruit, yellow skin with pink flesh and a good flavour. Fruits 2 crops per year in early summer and late autumn. Self-pollinating.

NECTARINES (Prunus persica var. nucipersica)

DWARF NECTARINES

  • Dwarf Crimson Baby - An attractive, smooth yellow skin fruit which is almost covered by a red blush dusted with light coloured speckles. Ripens late November. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf Early Rivers - Large fruit with a yellow skin with red streaks. Very sweet, white flesh, freestone fruit. Suited to cooler regions. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf Fantasia - Large fruit, excellent red skin and yellow fleshed variety, with very good flavour, free stone. Fruit ripens February. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf Royal Gem - Medium sized fruit, deep red skin on a creamy background with unique pinkish white flesh. Small clingstone. Fruit ripens early December. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf Tuscany - Medium to large sized fruit, deep red skinned, white fleshed and freestone. Fruit ripens early February. Self pollinating
NECTARINES
  • Fantasia - Large fruit, excellent red skin and yellow fleshed variety, with very good flavour, free stone. Fruit ripens February. Self pollinating
  • Flavortop - Large fruit with golden skin and red blush, yellow juicy flesh, excellent flavour and freestone. Self pollinating
  • Goldmine - Medium sized juicy and delicious flavoured white fleshed fruit. Free stone, Fruit ripens mid February. Self pollinating
  • Nectared - Large fruit with red skin and firm yellow fine textured flesh. Very good sweet flavour. Semi freestone. Fruit ripens late December

PEACHES (Prunus persica)

DWARF PEACHES

  • Super Dwarf Valley Red - Compact dwarf growing to approximately 1.5 metres. Medium sized round fruit with a deep pink blush over an orange background, firm golden flesh with sweet flavour. Fruit ripens early February. Self pollinating
  • Super Dwarf Sunset - Compact super dwarf growing to around 1.5 metres. Leaves are a burgundy colour, fruit is sweet and white fleshed. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf Anzac - Large sized round fruit, the skin has a deep pink blush over cream background with juicy white freestone flesh. Fruit ripens late December early January. 2 metres x 2 metres. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf Fresno - Produces full sized yellow fleshed freestone fruit with an excellent flavour. Heavy cropping. Matures late December. Grows to around 2 metres x 2 metres. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf Golden Queen - A medium sized clingstone fruit, with deep yellow skin and firm yellow juicy flesh with good flavour. Matures March. Grows 2 metres x 2 metres. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf O’Henry - Full sized brightly coloured red fruit with firm yellow freestone flesh. Sweet and juicy. Heavy Cropping. Matures February. Grows 2 metres x 2 metres. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf White Gold - A new Dwarf peach that produces full sized fruit with a red skin and white flesh. Clingstone. Heavy cropping. Grows 2 metres x 2 metres. Self pollinating
PEACHES
  • Anzac - Large, white fleshed fruit, free stone, mild flavour, crops well. Fruit ripens mid December. Self pollinating
  • Golden Queen - Medium sized fruit with deep yellow skin and firm yellow flesh, clingstone. A heavy bearer. Ripens February. Self pollinating
  • Red Haven - Medium to Large, attractive, yellow fleshed, good flavour, free stone. Fruit ripens late December. Self pollinating
  • Red Noonan - Medium, red skin over a greenish/cream ground colour, white flesh, very juicy, good flavour, free stone. Fruit ripens early February. Self pollinating

PEARS (Pyrus communis)

  • Corella - Medium sized elongated, oval shaped fruit with red blush over green skin. Good flavour. Matures mid March. X-Pollinator: Ya-Li
  • Josephine De Malines - Medium sized fruit with greenish yellow skin. Juicy, highly flavoured with a smooth texture. Fruit ripens early April. X- pollinator: Packham’s Triumph
  • Packham’s Triumph - Medium to large fruit with pale green to yellow skin when ripe. Juicy and smooth textured flesh with a good shape and great flavour, good bearer. Fruit ripens mid-March. X-pollinator: Josephine
  • Williams Bon Chretien - Medium to large sweet fruit that is green when picked ripens to yellow colour. Very juicy and smooth textured flesh with very good flavour. Fruit ripens early February. X-pollinators: Beurre Bosc, Nijisseiki but may be partially self-fertile
  • Baby Face - Small cocktail pear, very sweet fruit, with green skin and attractive blush. Fruit ripens late February – early March. X-pollinators: Josephine, Packham’s Triumph
  • Beurre Bosc - Medium to large aromatic fruit with russet brown skin, sweet and juicy course textured flesh, with very good flavour. Fruit ripens early March. X-pollinators: Williams Bon Chretien, Nijisseiki
  • Ya-Li - Large sized aromatic pear shaped fruit with the crunch of an apple. Yellow green skin. Flesh is crisp, juicy with a sweet distinct taste. Matures Late March. X-Pollinator: Corella
  • Nashi Chojuro - Medium sized round fruit, with crisp white flesh. Nice flavour. Brown skin. Fruit ripens late March. X-pollinator: Nijisseiki (20th Century)
  • Nashi Nijisseiki (20th Century) - Medium sized fruit, greenish yellow skin, very juicy and crisp with a mild flavour. Fruit ripens mid-March. X-pollinator: Chojura

PERSIMMON (Diospyros kaki)

  • Dai Dai Maru - Astringent variety, medium sized flat fruit with dark orange skin and flesh. Juicy and sweet. Must be eaten fully ripe. Fruit ripens May - June. Self pollinating
  • Nightingale - Astringent variety, large conical, pale orange skinned fruit. Firm flesh. Sweet with very good flavour. Must be eaten fully ripe. Fruit ripens late May. Self pollinating
  • Fuyu - Non-astringent variety, medium sized, flat, orange skin and flesh fruit. Can be eaten firm, flavour sweetens as it matures. Fruit ripens May – June. Very popular variety. Self pollinating
  • Dwarf Ichikikei Jiro - Non-astringent variety, seedless, sweet large fruit. Fruit ripens late February – March. Self pollinating

PLUMS

European Plums (Prunus domestica)

  • Coe’s Golden Drop - Medium to large round fruit with greenish yellow skin and very sweet yellow flesh. Freestone. Fruit ripens February. X-pollinator: Green Gage
  • Green Gage - Medium sized round fruit, greenish yellow skin and flesh with a very sweet flavour. Freestone. Fruit ripens late January. X-pollinator: Coe’s Golden Drop
  • Prune D'agen - Small, elongated dark red to purple fruit. Flesh is yellow, firm and juicy with a very sweet flavour, Freestone. Matures late February. X-pollinators: Robe de Sergeant Prune and Green Gage Plum
  • Prune Robe De Sergeant - Small elongated fruit, with dark blue to purple skin, yellow juicy, very sweet flesh, Freestone. Matures mid to late February. X-pollinators: Prune D'agen, Greengage, Coe's Golden Drop
Japanese Plums (Prunus salicina)
  • Mariposa - Medium to large rounded-heart shaped blood plum. Dark red skin and deep red, juicy sweet flesh with very good flavour. Soft fruit when fully ripe. Fruit ripens mid-January. X-pollinators: Narrabeen, Santa Rosa & Satsuma
  • Narrabeen - Large round firm fruit, reddish skin with creamy white flesh, very sweet with a tang, rich and juicy. Freestone. Fruit ripens late January. X-pollinators: Mariposa, Santa Rosa & Satsuma
  • Santa Rosa - Large, purplish crimson skin with yellow flesh, good cropper. Fruit ripens late December early January. X-pollinators: Mariposa, Narrabeen & Satsuma. Partially self-fertile
  • Satsuma - Dark red blood plum, good cropper. Ripens late December – early January. Partially self fertile. X-pollinators: Santa Rosa, Mariposa, Narrabeen
  • Sugar Plum - Small elongated oval fruit with deep red skin with very sweet yellow flesh. Freestone. Matures late February. X-pollinators: Robe de Sergeant Prune. Partially self-fertile.
  • Dwarf Santa Rosa - Large, purplish crimson skin with yellow flesh, good cropper. Fruit ripens late December early January. Grows approximately 2 metres x 2 metres on a dwarf rootstock. Partially self fertile. X-pollinators: Mariposa, Narrabeen & Satsuma
  • Dwarf Satsuma - Dark red blood plum, good cropper. Ripens late December – early January. Grows approximately 2 metres x 2 metres on a dwarf rootstock. Partially self fertile. X-pollinator: Santa Rosa, Mariposa, Narrabeen

POMEGRANATE (Punica granatum)

Small to medium tree or shrub with a bushy habit, small leaves and an unusual orange red flower. Fruit is large with a red skin, and a good amount of flesh around the seeds. Fruit ripens March to May and is self pollinating.

QUINCES (Cydonia oblonga)

Quinces are originally from Asia and grow well in cooler subtropical and cold temperate areas, although are quite adaptable to coastal areas. In the ground in ideal conditions, a quince tree will reach about 7 metres. The fruit is generally used in cooking to make tarts and jellies.

  • Champion - Medium sized, pear shaped fruit with a good flavour. Fruit ripens mid season March to April. Self pollinating
  • Smyrna - Very large, pale yellow, pear shaped fruit. Fruit ripens late March to April. Self pollinating