Large fruiting variety suitable for either green or black pickling. Good cropper with high oil percentage. Great as a hedge, or shelter. Hardy.
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An excellent plant for weed suppression or to stabilise banks, to prevent erosion.Some landscapes have difficult sites, such as hot, dry, erodible slopes or ditches where soil moisture fluctuates from very wet to very dry. Not many plants tolerate these c … Read More »
Peach Healey's Peacherine is a cross of nectarine and peach which produces medium to large sized firm fruit with smooth skins and sweet juicy yellow flesh - excellent eating and great bottler. This deciduous tree is an upright grower that can rea … Read More »
Upright grower, Pear Doyenne du Comice produces rounded greenish-yellow fruit with a pink blush, from mid to late season. Great for desserts. Thrives in full sun with moist soil. Pollinate with Williams Bon Chretien or Conference. Deciduous.  … Read More »
A variant of Pear Du Comice, Pear Taylor's Gold produces a golden-skinned, juicy fruit, preferred for desserts and bottling. Deciduous, late-ripening. Plant under full sun and keep the soil moist.  … Read More »
The best-known fruiting pomegranate variety produces large, deep purple-red ornamental fruit. The tree is vigorous and productive, with stunning flowers. Pomegranates grow best in areas with cold winters and long hot, dry summers.
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This delightfully delicious, tart variety is easy to grow, producing brilliant red stems. Prefers part shade but will cope with full sun. Plant in fertile free-draining soil, rich in organic matter. Keep well watered when planting during the drier months. … Read More »
A new variety that colours up right from the start, with pink inside. Medium-sized and compact, which reduces wind damage. The stems maintain their redness when cooked. Will look great in any crumble, pie, sauce or whichever culinary favourite you prefer. … Read More »
Vivid, dark red colouring, and large green leaves. Easy to grow and disease-free in a wide range of climates. It grows all year round. Growing rhubarb in New Zealand is very easy. It grows best in partial shade, in a cool to warm climate. They d … Read More »
This New Zealand apple is now one the world’s top commercial selections. It has delicious, crisp, juicy flesh and superb sweet-tart flavour with a noticeably aromatic aftertaste. Excellent keeper.  … Read More »
Golden Delicious produces very sweet honey flavoured fruit, especially when tree ripened. This self fertile variety crops regularly and heavily late in the season. Apples ripen yellow. It produces on both tips and spurs. Requires 700 chilling hours to … Read More »
Apple Liberty is widely accepted as tops in flavour of the early apples bred for disease resistance. Attractive red blushed apples with crisp, juicy flesh and a well ballanced sweet-tart flavour. Heavy bearer. Self Fertile. … Read More »
Topaz apples are pale yellow and overlaid nearly completely with a ruby and orange blush, its yellow base coloring peeking out just slightly at its stem. Its skin is also often speckled with faint white lenticels. Its juicy inner flesh is creamy white in … Read More »
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