Bare Root Trees

 BARE ROOTED TREES COMING WINTER 2014.
                 
Some listed varieties are currently available in pots/bags.            
                 
                 
               
FRUIT TREES                
                 
ALMOND (Prunus dulcis) - Self Fertile            
Chellaston Popular and easy to grow variety with medium sized, flattened, soft shelled nuts.          
  Pollinators: Ne Plus Ultra          
             
Ne Plus Ultra A papershell almond with large, oval shaped nuts. Attractive pink blossoms borne in late winter.          
  Versatile almond used fresh, confectionary, cooking, roastind and blanching.
Pollinators: Chellaston                    
         
                 
Large Papershell Early variety with sweet flavoursome kernals good for blanching or roasting              
                 
                 
APPLE (Malus domestica)- Requires a pollinator            
Golden Delicious A popular, deciduous, medium sized tree with large crisp, sweet golden fruit.          
  Mid season maturity.
Pollinators: Red Delicious, partially self-fertile.
         
                 
Granny Smith A medium sized, deciduous tree, prolific bearer of bright green, crisp, sweet fruit.          
  Pollinators: Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Johnathons.          
                 
Pink Lady Enjoy a beautiful spring display of flowers followed by crisp, firm juicy fruit.           
  Pollinators: Granny Smith and Red Delicious          
             
             
CHERRY (Prunus avium)  *Requires a pollinator            
                 
Supreme* Large, firm, dark red with good flavour and moderately sweet, self-fertile.          
  Mid to late season maturity.          
  Pollinators: Stella              
                 
Stella Deciduous. Heavy fruiting, self pollinating tree.          
  Enjoy fresh or in desserts, jams and pies          
                 
                 
MULBERRY (Morus nigra)              
                 
Black Mulberry The black mulberry will provide not only shade but an abundance of progressively ripening fruit.
Fast growing yet long lived this tree is ideal for your yard or paddock. 
             
                 
Hick's Fancy Another black mulberry, but with a smaller fruit with a reddish tinge. This variety is known for its long fruiting season.              
                 
NECTARINE (Prunus persica var. nucipersica) Self Fertile              
                 
Fantasia (Yellow Flesh) Mid season variety which produces very large fruit suitable for drying or eating fresh              
                 
Flavortop (Yellow Flesh) Fruit ripens early to mid season. One of the most versitile nectarines which bears large, sweet fruit with a firm texture.               
                 
Goldmine (White Flesh) An old favourite known for its excellent flavour.              
                 
                 
PEACH (Prunus persica) Self Fertile            
Anzac (White Flesh) An early season peach with heavy crops of large, white-fleshed, juicy, free-stone fruit.          
  Ideal for eating fresh or juicing.          
                 
Coronet (Yellow Flesh) Ripens from late december onwards this peach is good for both cooking and eating fresh              
                 
Elberta (Yellow Flesh) A popular, freestone, late season peach with yellow flesh. Suitable fresh, juicing, stewing, drying.          
               
                 
Golden Queen (Yellow Flesh) An old variety of clingstone peach with firm flesh, ideal for canning              
                 
                 
Red Haven (Yellow Flesh) A mid season variety which procduces a heavy crop. Fruit can be used for eating fresh, drying or stewing              
                 
PEAR (Pyrus communis) Requires a pollinator            
                 
Beurre Bosc A delicious firm pear which stores very well               
  Pollinators: Williams              
                 
Packhams Triumph A large, yellow fruiting, deciduous tree with excellent texture and flavour.          
  Pollinators: Josephine de Malines          
                 
Williams An early season variety with medium to large juicy, sweet fruit. A very popular pear.              
  Pollinators: Beurre Bosc              
                 
PLUM (Prunus salicina) Requires a pollinator            
Narrabeen (Yellow Flesh) An abundant producer, bearing large sweet and juicy fruit, ideal for eating fresh, jam or stewing          
         
  Pollinators: Mariposa, Satsuma, Santa Rosa          
                 
Tegan Blue (Yellow Flesh) Blue skin turning to dark red at maturity, this yellow fleshed plum has a sweet flavour          
  Pollinators: Mariposa, Satsuma and Santa Rosa          
                 
                 
ORNAMENTAL TREES                
ASHES (Fraxinus)              
                 
Claret Ash (Fraxinus oxycarpa 'Raywood')          
  A medium sized, deciduous tree with attractive, bright claret coloured autumn foliage.          
  Hardy and reliable ornamental tree, ideal for providing shade in the garden and farm.                                                           
                 
Desert Ash (Fraxinus angustifolia)          
  A tough tree with good autumn colour (yellow) in cold districts. Fast growing.          
  Good as a street and shade tree in larger parks and gardens          
                 
Golden Ash (Fraxinus excelsior 'Aurea')          
  A large deciduous spreading tree with a rounded crown of greenish-yellow leaves,           
  Turns a brillant golden yellow in autumn. An ideal specimen for larger gardens and streets.                                                 
                 
                 
CRABAPPLES (Malus)              
                 
Betchel Crabapple (Malus ioensis 'Plena')              
  Excellent floral display of double white/ pink flowers during Spring. This small to medium tree also exhibits excellent Autumn colour during the cooler months              
                 
Crabapple (Malus eleyi)                
  This tree has pretty reddish/ pink flower displays in mid Spring. Foliage is bronzish purple.              
                 
ELMS (Ulmus)              
Chinese Elm (Ulmus chinensis)            
  An evergreen tree with smooth glossy leaves and a non suckering, almost weeping growth habit.          
  An ideal ornamental tree for providing shade in the garden          
                 
                 
MOPTOP (Robinia 'Umbraculifera')          
  This standard plant has a dense, rounded head of fine branches bearing fern-like foliage.          
  Thornless, a stylish addition to formal gardens, avenue planting and containers.          
                 
 PYRUS                
Manchurian Pear (Pyrus ussuriensis)            
  Medium sized deciduous tree with bright green heart shaped leaves turning shades of red and gold in Autumn.          
  Early Spring masses of single white blooms appear, ideal shade tree for gardens parks and farms.
15m x 15m             
         
                 
                 
BIRCH (Betula)              
Silver Birch (Betula alba)            
  Attractive deciduous tree with slender while trunk that has dark markings towards the base.          
  Drooping branchlets with serrated leaves that become yellow in Autumn.          
                 
Weeping Mulberry (Morus alba 'Pendula')          
  Beautiful feature tree single, paired or in rows.          
  Sweet mulberries may be white or more usually ripen throught to red to black around December.