Winter 2019 Order Form
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Orders taken year round

Plants are dispatched Mid July - August

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Plants will be delivered by courier direct to your door. Alternatively they may be picked up from Waitati, Otago (15 mins North of Dunedin).
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Substitute Varieties?
If the variety/s of plants that you have ordered are not available shall we substitute a similar variety? (i.e. Another variety with the same ripening season and uses)
Small Grades & Seconds
Indicate here if you would like or don't mind smaller and second grade plants at a great price. (e.g. Apples, Apricot, Peach, Plum: $34 or $32 for 6-10 trees, and $30 for 11+ trees. Pears: $44 or $42 for 6-10 trees and $40 for 11+ trees
Fruit Descriptions Key
Dessert Fruit is eaten raw, with cheese after dinner if you fancy
Cooker Fruit is eaten cooked
Juicing Fruit makes an exceptional juice
Cider This fruit is known to make a right good cider

Early Early Ripening (February)
Mid Mid Season Ripening (March/April)
Late Late Ripening (April/May)

B, C or D Flowering time group. Different varieties of apple in the same or adjacent groups will pollinate each other
SF Self Fertile. This variety will pollinate itself
PSF Part Self Fertile. This variety will partly pollinate itself, but will produce best with a pollinator nearby
Trip Triploid. This variety will not pollinate other apple trees at all, but requires a pollinator (a SF variety if you are to only have two apples).

N/A 2018 Not Available 2018

ALL images and descriptions are given in good faith. Variation will occur with location

Apple Orchard Bundles
Select a bundle of apple trees that suits your needs.
We will select the specific varieties for you.
They come with matched pollinators, the bees will do the rest.
Larger bundles will have multiples of the same varieties from our catalogue.

If you would like us to make up a mix of fruit types, e.g. apples, pears, plums etc please ask in the comments above.

Apples come as standard on M106 rootstock, except the cider bundle comes standard on M793, please request if you would like your apples on M26 rootstock.

Heritage Apple Bundle - 5 Trees - $180 ($36 each)
A selection of delicious heritage varieties that will ripen from February to April
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Heritage Apple Bundle - 11 Trees - $352 ($32 each)
A selection of delicious heritage varieties that will ripen from February to April
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Heritage Apple Bundle - 21 Trees - $630 ($30 each)
A selection of delicious heritage varieties that will ripen from February to April
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Crisp & Juicy Apple Bundle - 5 Trees - $180
A selection of crisp and juicy varieties, eating varieties more suited to the modern taste, mainly heritage varieties that will ripen from February to April
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Crisp & Juicy Apple Bundle - 11 Trees - $352
A selection of crisp and juicy varieties, eating varietiesmore suited to the modern taste, mainly heritage varietiesthat will ripen from February to April
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Crisp & Juicy Apple Bundle - 21 Trees - $630
A selection of crisp and juicy varieties, eating varieties more suited to the modern taste, mainly heritage varietiesthat will ripen from February to April
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Cooking Apple Bundle - 5 Trees - $180
A selection of cooking varieties, mainly heritage varieties.
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Cooking Apple Bundle - 11 Trees - $352
A selection of cooking varieties, mainly heritage varieties.
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Cooking Apple Bundle - 21 Trees - $630
A selection of cooking varieties, mainly heritage varieties.
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Cider Apple Bundle - 11 Trees - $352
A selection of cooking varieties, mainly heritage varieties.
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Cider Apple Bundle - 21 Trees - $630
A selection of cooking varieties, mainly heritage varieties.
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APPLES - $40 each, $36 each for 6-10 trees, $34 each for 11-20 trees and $32 each for 21+ trees
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Dwarf M26 Rootstock - 1.5-2 x 1.5-2m Bush, Spindle or Small Espalier. Requires good soil and permanent staking
Medium M106 Rootstock - 3.5-4.5 x 3.5-4.5m Bush, Spindle or Espalier.The most common apple rootstock
Vigorous M793 Rootstock - 5-6 x 5-6m Large tree. Tollerates poorer soils. Great for juicing and cider varieties

ADAM'S PEARMAIN - Dessert - Late - C - Large , conical fruit with a red flush and attractive russet. Flesh is crisp, sugary, nutty and richly flavoured. Tree is medium vigour, spreading and a good cropper. Hardy, recommended for areas with cooler summers. Partial tip bearer. Norfolk, UK, 1826
Adam's Pearmain - Medium M106
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AKANE - Dessert / Cooking - Early - D - Small to medium, flat-rounded, coloured deep red. Juicy, crisp, slightly chewy and sweet/acid with a slight strawberry flavour. Keeps flavour and shape when cooked. The fruit hangs on the tree for weeks allowing a long picking period. Medium vigour tree, good cropper. Healthy, reliable. Japan, 1937
Akane - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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BEAUTY OF BATH - Dessert - Early - C - Small to medium, flat-round. Bright red stripes and flush. Juicy, sweet and fairly sharp, aromatic with a distinctive flavour. Very Early. Vigorous, upright spreading form, crops heavily. Tip bearer. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Healthy. Bath, Somerset, UK, c1864
Beauty of Bath - Medium M106
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Beauty of Bath - Dwarf M26
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BELLE DE BOSKOOP - Dessert / Cooking, Cider - Early - C Triploid - Versatile medium-large, gold fruit, flushed orange-red, with a fine russet. Crisp, firm flesh, with a sharp, aromatic flavour. Eaten raw mid season. Cooked early season it makes a thick golden and pink puree, with great flavour. Makes good cider. Stores well. Vigorous, spreading tree, a good cropper. Tolerates high and low rainfall. Healthy & reliable. Named after the small community of Boskoop, Holland, 1856
Belle de Boskoop - Vigorous M793 SOLD OUT 2018
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Belle de Boskoop - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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BRAMLEY'S SEEDLING - Cooking/Cider- Late - D Triploid - The classic English cooker. Large, flat-rounded fruit with an irregular 'blocky' shape and greenish-yellow skin. Juicy, firm, sharply acidic flavour. Cooks to a puree, retaining its good strong acidic flavour. Keeps well. Very vigorous, spreading form, part tip bearer. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Nottinghamshire, UK, 1809-1813
Bramley's Seedling - Vigorous M793
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Bramley's Seedling - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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BROWNLEES RUSSET - Dessert / Cooking - Late - C SF - Medium, short-round-conical, green/brown with a soft ocre russet. Sweet-sharp, aromatic, nutty, intense fruity flavour, juicy, crisp, firm. Great eating despite its dull looks. Keeps well. Medium vigour, upright. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Tolerates high rainfall, hardy, healthy. Hertfordshire, UK, c1848
Brownlee's Russet - Vigorous M793 N/A 2018
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Brownlee's Russet - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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CRAB APPLE - Cooking - Late - Intense colour and good sharp flavours from this small deep red crab apple. Abundant fruit on a healthy tree with red leaves and stems.
Crab Apple - Vigorous M793
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Crab Apple - Medium M106
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Crab Apple - Dwarf M26
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CHARLES ROSS - Dessert / Cooking, Juice, Cider - Early - C PSF - Medium to large, conical fruit flushed orange/red with bright red stripes. Juicy, firm, sweet flesh with a good aromatic flavour. Keeps shape when cooked, juice/cider is medium sharp. Moderately vigorous, upright spreading stocky branches, good cropper. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Tolerates high rainfall. Berkshire, UK, c1890
Charles Ross - Medium M106
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Charles Ross - Dwarf M26
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CORNISH AROMATIC - Dessert - Late - D - Medium-large, conical, ribbed and very distinctly five crowned. Bright red flushed with darker red stripes. Some Russet. White firm flesh. Has a fine sweet-sharp aromatic, good, nutty, almost spicy flavour. Tree is vigorous, hardy and prefers warm, wet climate (think Cornwell! Therefore suits coastal climes). A very healthy tree resistant to black spot and canker. Cornwall, first described by Sir Christopher Hawkins in 1813
Cornish Aromatic - Medium M106
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DISCOVERY - Dessert - Early - C - Medium, flat-round fruit, flushed bright blood red. Firm flesh, crisp, stained pink, fairly sweet, juicy and good flavoured with a strawberry hint. Very Early. Keeps well for an early apple. Medium vigour, crops well from an early age. Tends to tip bearing and requires little pruning. Blossoms frost tolerant. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Tolerates low rainfall areas. Healthy and reliable. Langham, Essex, UK, Raised circa 1949 by Mr Dummer
Discovery - Medium M106
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Discovery - Dwarf M26
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EGREMONT RUSSET - Dessert / Juice - Early - B PSF - The classic russet. You haven't tried a russet? They are deliciously unlike a modern apple! Medium, flat-round, gold, slight orange flush with an ochre russet. Firm, crisp, sweet flesh with a very good nutty aromatic flavour. Makes good rich juice. Moderately vigorous, upright, compact, precocious, reliable, good cropper, suited to pot culture, blossom is frost tolerant. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Possibly Sussex, UK, first recorded it in 1872
Egremont Russet - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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Egremont Russet - Dwarf M26 SOLD OUT 2018
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EPICURE - Dessert - Early - C PSF - Small, round-conical, dark orange-red flush, thick red stripes. Juicy, crisp, slightly aromatic, delicate, excellent refreshing flavour. Hardy tree, precocious, spur bearer, heavy cropper, blossoms frost tolerant. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Laxton Bros., Bedford, UK, in 1909
Epicure - Medium M106
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Epicure - Dwarf M26
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FORTUNE - Dessert - Early - C PSF - Medium, round-conical, striped and flushed red, russet netting. Firm flesh, sweet, juicy, slightly aromatic and rich when fully ripe. Juice is medium sharp. Moderately vigorous tree, hardy, precocious, good cropper, part tip bearer, blossom frost tolerant. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Healthy. Laxton Bros., Bedford, UK in 1904
Fortune - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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Fortune - Dwarf M26
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GRENADIER - Cooking, Juice, Cider - Early - C PSF - Large, round-conical, ribbed, greenish-yellow fruit. Firm, fine textured, crisp and sharp. Fluffy when cooked, with an excellent sharp flavour. Very early. Medium vigour, compact, hardy tree. Heavy cropping, tip bearer. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Tolerates a wet soil and climate. Healthy. Slough, UK, c1862
Grenadier - Medium M106 N/A 2018/19
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Grenadier - Dwarf M26 N/A 2018/19
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HETLINA - Dessert - Mid - Medium sized, attractively coloured fruit with a bright red blush. Flesh is refreshing, crisp and firm. Reputed to contain high levels of riboflavins and other health-promoting vitamins. Healthy tree with an upright habit. Originated in Czechoslovakia
Hetlina - Vigorous M793 SOLD OUT 2018
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Hetlina - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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Hetlina - Dwarf M26
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IRISH PEACH - Dessert - Early - B - Medium, yellow fruit flushed with red. Juicy, crisp, sweet-sharp with an excellent aromatic flavour. Vigorous, good very early cropper. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Sligo, Ireland, c1819
Irish Peach - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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Irish Peach - Dwarf M26 SOLD OUT 2018
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Jupp's Russet - Dessert - Early - B PSF - Firm, fine, greenish white flesh with a sweet, subacid, nutty, russet flavour. New Zealand 1951.
Jupp's Russet - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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KESWICK CODLIN - Dessert, Cooking, Jelly - Early - B PSF - Medium sized ribbed light yellow fruit. Refreshing, sharp flavour. Medium vigour tree Reliable cropper. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. One of the most popular early cooking apples in Victorian England, one of our favourite early dessert apples. c 1790
Keswick Codlin - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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KIDD'S ORANGE - Dessert - Late - D - Medium sized conical fruit. Yellow/gold, flushed deep crimson with dark stripes. Variable russet. Juicy and crisp, with a sweet-sharp, rich, aromatic flavour. Stores well. Medium vigour tree with an upright, compact shape. Spurs freely, good reliable cropper. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Dislikes wet areas. Healthy tree. New Zealand, 1924 bred by James Hatton Kidd
Kidd's Orange - Vigorous M793
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Kidd's Orange - Medium M106
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Kidd's Orange - Dwarf M26 SOLD OUT 2018
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LADY SUDELEY - Dessert - Mid - D PSF - Medium-large, round-conical fruit, striped bold red. Flesh is cream-yellow, quite sweet, juicy, firm, with a good aromatic flavour. Moderately vigorous tree, a, good cropper, spurs freely, part tip bearer, suited to pot culture. Blossom is frost tolerant, recommended for areas with cooler summers. Kent, UK, 1849
Lady Sudeley - Dwarf M26
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LAWFAM - Dessert - Mid - C - Medium to large, round-conical, with very dark scarlet-maroon skin. Firm white flesh, crisp, sweet, melting with a strawberry / vinous (grape like) hint. Vigorous, spreading, heavy cropper. Canada (ott), 1898
Lawfam - Vigorous M793 N/A 2018
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Lawfam - Medium M106 N/A 2018
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Lawfam - Dwarf M26 SOLD OUT 2018
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LIBERTY - Dessert - Late - C - Medium, round to conical fruit, flushed and striped bright red. Juicy & crisp with a good sweet-sharp flavour. Vigorous and spreading, fruits young and is a good, regular, reliable cropper. Healthy, tolerates high rainfall. New York, USA, 1974
Liberty - Vigorous M793 N/A 2018
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Liberty - Medium M106
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Liberty - Dwarf M26
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MERTON RUSSET - Dessert / Juice - Late - C - Medium sized, conical, golden fruit with a fine cinnamon russet. Flesh is firm and sweet/sharp with a unique spicy, lemon / pineapple flavour. Very Late. Stores well. Vigorous, heavy cropper. Raised 1921 by John Innes, Hort Institute
Merton Russet - Vigorous M793
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Merton Russet - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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Merton Russet - Dwarf M26
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PEASGOOD's NONSUCH - Dessert / Cooking - Mid - C PSF - Very large, round fruit. Yellow with broad broken red stripes. Eaten raw is sweet-sharp, juicy and aromatic. Cooks beautifully to a delicate, fluffy puree texture with a good sweet-sharp flavour. A medium vigor, very hardy tree that spurs freely. A reliable, good cropper. Originally grown by the young Mrs Peasgood at Grantham, Lincolnshire, UK, from seed sown in about 1858
Peasgood's Nonsuch - Medium M106
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Peasgood's Nonsuch - Dwarf M26 SOLD OUT 2018
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PRIMA - Dessert / Drying - Mid to Late - C - Medium sized, round, yellow with a bright red blush and faint stripe. Fine grained yellow flesh, crisp and juicy with a rich fruity flavour. Vigorous tree, good cropper. USA, 1957
Prima - Vigorous M73
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Prima - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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Prima - Dwarf M26
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REINETTE DU CANADA - Cooking - Late - D Triploid - Medium to large, round-conical, yellow/gold fruit with a slight orange flush and russet netting. Pale cream, firm flesh. Cooks to a stiff puree that is sweet and rich. Keeps well, high vitamin C. Vigorous, good cropper. France
Reinette du Canada - Medium M106 N/A 2018
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RIBSTON PIPPIN - Dessert / Cooking - Late - C Triploid - Medium sized, round-conical golden fruit, striped red. Flesh is pale yellow, firm and juicy, with an aromatic, intense, rich, flavour. Very high vitamin C content, keeps well. Medium vigour tree, precocious, good cropper. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Yorkes, UK
Ribston Pippin - Vigorous M793 N/A 2018
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Ribston Pippin - Medium M106 N/A 2018
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SPARTAN - Dessert - Late - D SF - Medium sized, round-conical fruit, smooth skinned, flushed deep maroon red. Flesh is a contrasting pure white, crisp and very juicy with a sweet-sharp, aromatic strawberry/melon/vinous (grape like) flavour. Hardy, vigorous tree that spurs freely, blossom is frost tolerant. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. British Columbia, Canada. 1926
Spartan - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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Spartan - Dwarf M26 N/A 2018
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SUNSET - Dessert - Mid - C SF - Small-medium sized round fruit, golden, flushed orange and striped red with russet patches. Firm, crisp, fine textured, moderately juicy and sweet-sharp flesh with a good intense aromatic flavour. Medium vigour tree, compact, suited to pot growing. Spurs freely. Regular heavy crops. Blossom tolerant of frost. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Prefers a dry cool climate. Kent, UK, c1918
Sunset - Vigorous M793
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Sunset - Medium M106 SOLD OUT 2018
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Sunset - Dwarf M26
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TYDEMAN'S LATE ORANGE - Dessert - Late - D - Medium sized, round-conical fruit. Golden, with an orange-red flush, striped red with russet netting. Firm, crisp, fairly juicy flesh, sweet, with a good, rich, sub-acid, aromatic flavour. Keeps well. Vigorous, slender branches, spurs freely, good cropper. Blossom is frost resistant. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Prefers a dry climate. Healthy. East Malling Research Station, Kent, UK, 1930
Tydeman's Late Orange - Medium M106 N/A 2018
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Tydeman's Late Orange - Dwarf M26 SOLD OUT 2018
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Apricot - $40 each, $36 each for 6-10 trees, $34 each for 11-20 trees and $32 each for 21+ trees
Rootstock
Myro Myrobalan (Plum) Rootstock - Vigorous 5m+ Diameter, copes with heavier soils
GQ Golden Queen Peach Rootstock - Vigorous 5m+ Diameter, suits lighter soils
Seedling - Vigorous 5m+ Diameter, suits loam soils. Slightly slower to come into bearing fruit
Moorpark - Dessert / Cooking / Bottling - Early - SF - Delicious richly flavoured apricot. Healthy tree, suited to hot dry conditions. The best apricot for coastal climates.
Moorpark - GQ SOLD OUT 2018
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Moorpark - Myro SOLD OUT 2018
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Moorpark - SEEDLING SOLD OUT 2018
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Peach - $40 each, $36 each for 6-10 trees, $34 each for 11-20 trees and $32 each for 21+ trees
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GQ Golden Queen Peach Rootstock - Vigorous 5m+ Diameter, suits lighter soils
Seedling - Vigorous 5m+ Diameter, suits loam soils. Slightly slower to come into bearing fruit
BLACK BOY - Dessert / Cooking - Late - SF - Medium sized, port wine skinned fruit. Flesh is mottled white and red, delicious raw, stewed or bottled. Resistant to leaf curl - the best peach for coastal areas.
Peach 'Blackboy' - GQ SOLD OUT 2018
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Peach 'Blackboy' - SEEDLING 0.8-1.0m Branched $30 SOLD OUT 2018
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Pears - $50 each, $46 each for 6-10 trees, $44 each for 11-20 trees, $42 each for 21+ trees
All of our pears are grafted onto BA29 Quince rootstock with an interstock. Producing a tree 4-5x4-5m.
BEURRE HARDY ($40) - Dessert - Mid - D Triploid- Medium to large fruit, yellow skin with a fine cinnamon russet. Smooth, melting, buttery and very juicy flesh. Rich aromatic flavour. Vigorous, healthy tree, quite hardy. Regular heavy crops in a warm location. France, 1820
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CONFERENCE - Dessert / Cooking - Mid - C - Medium to large long necked fruit, green with russets spots. Sweet, very juicy flesh, smooth, pleasant flavour. Can be eaten from crunchy to soft, giving it a long season. Cooks and bottles beautifully. Moderately vigorous, spurs freely, hardy, regular, reliable crops. Recommended for areas with cooler summers. Berkenshire, UK, introduced 1894
Conference SOLD OUT 2018
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Jargonelle - Dessert - Early - C Triploid - Medium, pale yellow with a slight flush. Very tender, juicy and sweet with a very good, slightly musky flavour. Moderately vigorous, a heavy cropper. A healthy tree.Recommended for areas with cooler summers.
Jargonelle SOLD OUT 2018
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Louis bon of Jersey - Mid N/A 2018
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STARKRIMSON - Dessert / Cooking - D - Medium sized fruit with wine red skin Flesh is white, firm, fine grained, crisp, sweet and very juicy with a slightly sub-acid flavour. Great for canning. Vigorous, upright, hardy, very good cropper. Missouri, USA, c1950
Starkrimson SOLD OUT 2018
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WILLIAM'S BON CHRETIEN (BARTLETT)- Dessert / Cooking - Early - D SF - Medium-large, golden-yellow fruit with red streaks on sunny side. Very smooth flesh, juicy, sweet and sub-acid. It has a good, strong flavour. Great eaten raw, and the worlds most popular bottling pear. Moderately vigorous, fairly hardy, good crops. UK renamed Bartlett in USA
William's Bon Chretien SOLD OUT 2018
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Plums - $40 each, $36 each for 6-10 trees, $34 each for 11-20 trees and $32 each for 21+ trees
Rootstock
Myro Myrobalan (Plum) Rootstock - Vigorous 5m+ Diameter, suits heavier soils
GQ Golden Queen Peach Rootstock - Vigorous 5m+ Diameter, suits lighter soils
Angelina Burdett - Dessert - Early - SF Pollinator: Greengage - Medium sized, blue - black, flesh greenish - yellow, very juicy, good flavour, hangs well on tree. Greengage type.
Angelina Burdette - Myro SOLD OUT 2018
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Angelina Burdett - GQ SOLD OUT 2018
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BILLINGTON'S - Dessert / Cooking - Early - Pollinators: Santa Rosa, Wilsons Early SF - Small, dark red skin, light red firm flesh, good flavour, good cooker, clingstone. Reliable cropper.
Billington's - Myro - Early SOLD OUT 2018
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Billington's - GQ - Early SOLD OUT 2018
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Burbank - Myro - Mid SOLD OUT 2018
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Greengage - GQ - Mid SOLD OUT 2018
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Santa Rosa - Myro - Mid SOLD OUT 2018
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Satsuma - Myro - Mid SOLD OUT 2018
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Satsuma - GQ - Mid SOLD OUT 2018
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STANLEY PRUNE - Dessert / Drying - Early - SF - Medium sized, dark blue, freestone fruit, oval in shape, flesh is yellow, juicy, sweet and very good quality. Vigorous tree, late flowering, hardy, reliable and a good cropper
Stanley - Myro - Mid SOLD OUT 2018
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WILSON'S EARLY - Dessert / Cooking - Early - Pollinators: Billington's, Santa Rosa - Small fruit (bigger if thinned), bright red, flesh yellow, juicy, tart, clingstone. Medium vigour tree. Very early, very reliable. (Japanese type)
Wilson's Early - Myro - Mid SOLD OUT 2018
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Wilson's Early - GQ - Mid SOLD OUT 2018
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Quince - $40 each, $36 each for 6-10 trees, $34 each for 11-20 trees and $32 each for 21+ trees
A fantastic quince variety found in Waitati. Medium size fruit, healthy tree.
Quince 'Orokonui' - BA29 Rootstock SOLD OUT 2018
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Elderberry Tree - $18 each, $12 each for 6-20 trees and $10 each for 21+ trees
Make your own Elderflower Champayne, Cordial, Elderberry wine, syrup. Many other medicinal uses. A hardy multifunctional tree.
Elderberry SOLD OUT 2018
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Grape - $18 each, $12 each for 6-20 vines and $10 each for 21+ vines
Albany Surprise SOLD OUT 2018
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Blackcurrants - $18 each, $12 each for 6-20 bushes and $10 each for 21+ bushes
Substantial plants with multiple strong stems and great root system, will crop in their first year
Blackcurrant 'Kimberly' SOLD OUT 2018
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Blackcurrant 'Goliath' N/A 2018
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Blackcurrant 'Waitati' SOLD OUT 2018
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Gooseberries - $18 each, $12 each for 6-20 bushes and $10 each for 21+ bushes
Invicta - Large Green, mildew resistant SOLD OUT 2018
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Pax - Red, nearly thornless bush SOLD OUT 2018
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Herbaceous Companion Plants - $3 each bare root plant (10 Minimum), $2.50 each for 21+ plants
Russian Comfrey - The ultimate companion plant for fruit trees. Comfrey roots very deeply and mines up minerals to its large leaves which can be slashed down as a mulch. Makes an excellent liquid fertiliser or addition to compost. It is also a famous medicinal herb. Comfrey is a deciduous herbaceous perennial, forming a slowly expanding clump. It is difficult to remove stablished plant, but does not spread by seed. Large leaves and pretty flowers enjoyed by bees. DO NOT plant closer than 1m from tree trunk or anywhere close to where you will be regularly digging (e.g. vegetable garden), or you will spread it by breaking up the roots. 1x1m.

Dwarf Comfrey - A great companion plant for fruit trees and berry bushes. Evergreen perennial, forming an excellent weed resistant ground cover by spreading on the soil surface. Leaves can be slashed down as a soil improving mulch. Does not spread by seed. Pretty flowers enjoyed by bees. Can be grazed over several times each summer by chickens. 0.4m high

DWARF COMFREY - Symphytum ibericum
Dwarf Comfrey (Ten Plants Minimum)
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RUSSIAN COMFREY - Symphytum x uplandicum
Russian Comfrey (Ten Plants Minimum)
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Rootstock: Large Grade Rootstock - $10 each, $8 each for 21+
15-20mm diameter x 100-1500mm high
Ready for your spring grafting
Apple - Vigorous M793 SOLD OUT 2018
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Apple - Medium M106
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Apple - Dwarf M26
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Pear - BA29 Quince (requires an interstock, Purchase Beurre Hardy to graft incompatable varieties onto)
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Golden Queen Rootsock - For grafting: Apricots, Peaches & Plums N/A 2018
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VEGETABLE PLANTING CHART FOR COASTAL OTAGO / SOUTHLAND An easy to read wall chart showing which months vegetables can be sown direct, into trays or planted as seedlings. Succession planting and much more information... Put it on your fridge or in the potting shed for quick reference. The visual chart format helps with planning your yearly vegetable planting. A3 - Printed on robust recycled card. Purchase at Taste Nature (High St, Dunedin to avoid delivery fee).
Vegetable Planting Chart for Coastal Otago / Southland - $15 each. Delivery $10 (1-12 Charts)
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EDIBLE & USEFUL TREES AND SHRUBS FOR THE DUNEDIN AREA - “A fine selection of multifunctional plants suited to organic and permaculture plantings in town and countryside.” Extensive tables of trees and shrubs give information on botanical name, size, multiple uses and preferred conditions. This is great starting point for further research into useful plants for coastal climates in the South of the South Island. Plant lists are provided for: Fruit, Nuts, Vegetable Uses, Edible Flowers, Animal forage, Chicken Forage, Bee Forage, Timber, Coppice, Dye, Shelter, and Nitrogen Fixing. 32 page booklet, by J. Ross, 2002. Purchase at Taste Nature (High St, Dunedin to avoid delivery fee).
Edible and Useful Trees and Shrubs for the Dunedin Area - $15 per booklet - Delivery $10 (1-8 Booklets)
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We are based in Waitati, Dunedin.

Please see our plant variety information & nursery details catalogue PDF for delivery conditions.

Dunedin - South to Invercargill / West to Central Otago / North to Oamaru
West Southland / Oamaru North to Christchurch
West Coast / Christchurch to the top of the South Island
North Island
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$5 Rural Ticket Per 5 Trees / Shrubs
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