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6 Fruit Trees Mixed 1 Lemon 1 Lime 1 Loquat 2 Olives 1 Dwarf Pomegranate Edible Food Herb Plants

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

   

            Not for Western Australia or Tasmania & Northern Territory.            

 

 

All varieties of plants in this pack will be sent in their individual pots to ensure their roots stay healthy in transit. They will range in height from 10 to 20cm tall depending on the varieties
Some of them will come in 50 by 70mm pots, whilst some will be in the larger 75mm by 100mm pots. All will have established roots and will be ready to plant into you garden.


This listing is for 5 Different types of Fruit Trees.
6 Plants in total.

The great thing about these plants is that they look great whilst also giving you produce for your house.

In this listing you will receive the following plant varieties and quantities.

1 lemon tree


1 lime trees


1 loquat tree

 
1 olive Tree

 

1 Dwarf Pomegranate Trees

 


 Occasionally a variety will sell out before we have a chance to amend this listing. If this happens then we will add a variety that is similar in price instead.

All the varieties above are also available seperately in bulk. Prices will vary per variety


These plants have many herbal and/or culinary uses that have been recognised and recorded through out history.

Below is some information about the varieties in this pack.



Loquat tree Eriobotrya japonica
Subfamily Maloideae Family Rosaceae,

They are an early fruiting plant and willl give you fruit well before Christmas.

Indigenous to China they were originally culivated in Japan, but now have found popularity all over the world.

A Deciduous tree (doesnt loose its leaves in winter)

Sweet honey scented flowers in winter

They have fruit that is 3-5cm long that is sweet and juicy and tastes like punch.
The fruit is born Spring to early summer.
Its many uses include: fresh fruit, jam, preserves, pies, tarts, relish and cooking. 



 


Lemon Trees

Great cropping varieties that will usaully have some fruit al year round.
Medium sized trees to a height of approximately 3 metres tall.
Mainly winter cropping, with 1 or 2 small croppings in warmer coastal areas in spring and summer.
High juice and acid content.

Nearly thornless, this variety has an open growing structure, with the glossed maroon new growth that contrast well amongst the greens.

Sweetly scented white/cream blossoms.

Will grow well in both tub and the ground

They are an early fruiting plant and willl give you fruit well before Christmas.


You will recieve your first fruits at around the 3 year mark with an increase in production as they mature.

Frost hardy to around -3. In colder districts you will need to plant them close to buildings or under the north side of taller trees, to protect them form the colder frosts

 



Lime Tree
Pretty much the same as the lemons above except that they produce limes. :-)

 



Olive Tree
These are tough trees. Well drained soils.

Will look after themselves once established
Not available to Tassie, W.A and some areas of local Government in S.A, NSW and Victoria

 

Dwarf Pomegranate

Punica granatum Nana

   

Dwarf Pomegrante is perfect for the suburban backyard. The fruit is not as sweet as the standard variety, and has many seeds.

  

Habit: Compact shrub

  

Position:  Full sun to part shade

  

Foliage: Glossy green leaves

  

Flowering: Early Summer to Autumn

  

Flowers: Bright orange - red flowers

  

Wildlife interest: Deer resistant

  

Height: Up to 1.2 metres

  

Width: Up to 1.2 metres

  

Evergreen/deciduos: Evergreen

  

Hardiness: Frost and drought tolerant once established

  

Hedgable: Yes

  

Uses: Pots, indoor, bonsai, hedge

 

Plant Pick up also available from our retail nursery.

 

7 days per week.

 

Plantinspirations Online & Retail Nursery:

 

2c Holts lane

Bacchus Marsh 3340

 

Retail Trading Hours

 

Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm

Sat 9am-3pm

Sun 10am-3pm

 

We work hard ensuring our plant descriptions and notes are as accurate as possible.  Please let us know if you find errors or have information that will improve them.

 

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