Dwarf Fruit Trees. If you are looking for somewhere to buy fruit trees for your home orchard, look no further. Willis Orchard Company now offers the following fruit trees for our customers with limited growing space, or for those that would like to grow fruit trees in containers, or their patio. These dwarf fruit tree selections offer a smaller, more compact form tree, without compromising it.
Our customers are looking for a diverse range of fruit trees, both heritage and new to plant in their orchards. Ideal for a range of garden designs - from a single tree to espalier on a vacant wall or space saving trellis, to a large orchard or enclosed garden. We stock a large range of varieties of apples, cider apples, crab apples, pears, plums, quinces, cherries, nectarines, peaches.
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Find a nice sunny position in your patch for these super stone-fruit, ensuring the soil is full of organic matter and free draining. This can be a bit of a challenge on some of Australia’s heavy clay soils, so incorporate some gypsum and compost prior to planting, and consider planting your peaches on a mound to improve drainage. Food wise, give your peaches and nectarines a bit of seaweed.Read More
Every Australian backyard needs a lemon tree, but don’t stop there. Imagine a hedge or privacy screen of all your favourite citrus; lemons, oranges, mandarins, grapefruit, limes and tangelos, or.Read More
Fruit Trees for sale online. Fruit trees have been popular in Australian Gardens for hundreds of years. Depending on the climate zone literally 100s of varieties can be grown both commercially and in the home garden. One of the most popular ways to buy deciduous varieties is as bare rooted stock online in the cooler months when dormant. With.Read More
Stone fruit trees Shop Stone Fruit Trees Fruits in our Stonefruit range include: Peaches, Plums, Nectarines, Apricots and Peachcots. There are both White and Yellow varieties of Peaches and Nectarines. There are Blood and Yellow varieties of Plums. Citrus trees Shop Citrus Trees Fruits in our dwarf Citrus tree range.Read More
Frost Many mature olive trees will survive and crop well even in the very cold areas of Australia. Some varieties will also fruit well in 'no frost' areas as long as the winters are cool enough. Short cold snaps of down to minus 10 degrees Celsius are often not overly detrimental to mature olive trees with sufficient moisture in the soil to avoid stress. Some varieties have been seen to.Read More
Fruit drop is a common problem and is often due to irregular or uneven watering. Lack of fertiliser or too much can also cause this problem. Deciduous Fruit Trees. These trees produce fruit in summer, and they lose their leaves and are dormant over winter. Includes apples, pears, plums, peaches, and nectarines.Read More
Woodbridge Fruit Trees (Online, Tasmania) The Diggers Club (Online, and various locations in Victoria) Other than rootstock selection, the second most important aspect of planting your bare rooted fruit tree is the hole in which you plant it. Make sure you dig the hole at least twice the size of the root ball. Add plenty of organic matter, such as compost to the hole. Avoid using fresh manure.Read More
A wide variety of Australian native plants of all colours, shapes and sizes. For all climates conditions and positions in your garden. There is a plant for everyone. Refine your search by using the sub-categories.Read More
The Diggers Club has Australia's largest range of incredible edible plants for your backyard. From heirloom mini-plot dwarf fruit trees, drought tolerant Mediterranean fruits to sub-tropicals and cool climate berries; we have gardens from Hobart to Cairns covered. Categories in Fruit. heirloom stone fruit: Modern breeders have sacrificed flavour for a long shelf life, that’s why we offer.Read More