We now have the following fruit trees in stock The trees are grafted and bare rooted. The price per tree is $37 each
Apple Ballarat mm102 (cooker) Vey popular green cooking apple that breaks down. The apples are generally large Ripe April
Apple Braeburn mm102 A late eating apple with crisp, juicy flesh and superb sweet-tart flavour with a noticeably aromatic after taste.Tree ripened is different flavour to shop bought Excellent keeper
Apple Cox\'s Orange Pippin mm102 An older variety for eating or cooking. Apple pie made with this variety and vanilla ice cream my favourite Also good for cider a smaller flat apple tendency to russet which spoils appearance but not flavour
Crab apple Ballerina mm102 The trees have a compact columnar habit Flowers are dark pink and the crab apples a deep red colour
Peach Peachcot A cross between a peach and an apricot. The medium-sized fruit are smooth and orange-skinned, with a red blush on the sunny side. The yellow flesh is firm and good eating.
Pear Doyenne du Comice QUA An older variety The medium-sized fruit are smooth and orange-skinned, with a red blush on the sunny side. The yellow flesh is firm and good eating.
Pear William Bon Chretien QUA/DDC Also known as the Bartlett Pear. Large long necked, green-yellow fruit, that is ideal for eating and bottling. Fruit will naturally fall in February and will keep up to 3 months. Good pollinator. Early season
Plum Luisa plumstock This late plumfrom a chance seedling in the Waikao produces large egg shaped red skinned fruit One of the late plums end January February. Rain at harvest can result in fruit splitting and subsequent rot. However flavour makes this a very popular variety
Plum Red Beaut Plumstock A nice early variety of plum that ripens late December. The medium sized fruit has red skin and yellow, soft, juicy flesh with a mild flavour. Pollinate with Santa Rosa or Billington. An upright vigorous tree that will produce good crops from a young age
Plum Spring Satin plumstock An upright, spreading tree bearing fruit that are a cross between a plum and an apricot. Has the smell of an apricot and the flavour of a plum
Trees can be picked up at the nursery or can arrange for me to take to either Kaipaki Market or Lions Trash \'n Treasure Market