Fruit Trees

Redeeming Gift Vouchers at Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery

Example Gift Voucher from Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery

Redeeming Gift Vouchers

If you have received a gift voucher and would like to redeem it on DaleysFruit.com.au firstly you need to add to cart plants that are in stock and ready to be sent which will create a shopping cart.

Step 1: Adding plants to the Shopping Cart
You can view Every Plant in Stock or you can use the search feature up the top of any page to search for the plant you would like to buy.
Searching for mandarin via the Search Bar
Clicking Add to Cart
Step 2: Adding your Gift Voucher
You will then have created a shopping cart and below the shopping cart is a box called "Offer or Voucher" in this box type your Gift voucher number and then click on Add
Bottom of shopping cart is the space to enter your Gift Voucher
Once you have added your voucher it will appear in the shopping cart and also tell you how much of the Voucher is left to use on another order.
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Pre Purchases and Gift Vouchers

Plants that are available for Pre Purchase are not yet in stock and therefore can not be used with gift vouchers. If we are successful at propagating this plant we then send you an email to say it is ready to be send and give you the option to add extra plants to your order. At this stage you can click in the email to Add more plants and then add your gift voucher using the steps as shown above.

Example email that you receive

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Purchasing Gift Vouchers

Daleys sells 2 different types of Gift vouchers you can give to your friends

Plumcott Fruit Trees a mix between a Plum and an Apricot Tree

Plumcott Fruit Trees

Plumcott Fruit Trees like the name cleverly suggests is a mix between a plum and an apricot. Instead of the tart aftertaste that many plums can have it is replaced with the smoothness of an Apricot Fruit Tree. Once a year in winter we send them to Australian homes as bare root (no soil on their roots) in Winter and the 2 varieties we have are "Plumcott Flavour Supreme" and "Plumcott Spring Satin" checkout the descriptions of these 2 varieties @daleysfruit website because these are great backyard trees and easy to keep small via pruning or if you have the room just mound them up with organic matter during the growing season. We love these :)

Grafted Yuzu Fruit Trees - Cooking, Beer, Bathing + many other uses

Yuzu Fruit Trees

Yuzu fruit trees have taken off in Australia with people wanting to take their cooking to the next level. It is like a grapefruit with mandarin overtones and much smaller than grapefruit. Japanese and Korean cooking often call for Yuzu but it doesn't stop there being used by brewing companies in beer and in Japan they use the oil in the skin in their bathing to guard against colds and treat skin roughness. How would you use Yuzu fruit ?

Buy Grafted Yuzu Fruit Trees from Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery

White Wax Jambu Fruit Tree grown from Cuttings

White Wax Jambu Fruit Tree

The white wax jambu Fruit Tree is in fruit and these are a real treat. They are more tropical and harder to grow than the pink and red selections and are very sensitive to the cold, but the fruits are big, juicy and have the best flavour of them all. You can view all our different coloured Wax Jambu Fruit Trees for Sale

Grafted Soursop Fruit Trees Taste & Growing in Subtropical Australia NSW



Soursop Fruit Trees
Soursops are a Tropical Fruit Tree and oh so very sensitive to frosts. We do have a grafted variety called "Grafted Kyogle Soursop Tree" which we have established in our subtropical climate and have them fruiting even though it is a marginal climate for Soursop Trees. We also discuss the taste.

Grafted Soursop Fruit Trees variety Kyogle are available for sale at Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery. You can buy Soursop Fruit Trees here:

The video at the end of this clip is the Assassin Bug Video which you can watch here:

Transcript of Soursop Video

Very lemony, Yeah Yum, But not sour like a Lemon, No, not sour, sweet lemony taste, Lemonade, Little Seeds, Tiny Seeds. Yum. This is the Soursop and we're growing this in Kyogle so this is a really tropical fruit and Kyogle is very subtropical so we get in Winter we get to about 5 degrees where we are growing this and you do need a frost free site so they will not tolerate any frost and even the 5 degrees that we get in the Winter is a bit of a challenge we get with young trees so make sure you protect them until they are really well established but once you get them going and this particular variety is a grafted Kyogle you will get a really good crop on them so we've got quite a few fruit coming on and they're just starting to ripen up so it is possible to grow tropical fruits in marginal climates if you take care especially when they're young. Protect them from the cold at all costs until their well established. Roff.

Assassin Bug A good bug that stabs other pest bugs in your garden and orchard


The Assassin Bug is a "Good Bug" that can keep the "Bad Bugs" in check in your garden. It does this by assassinating bugs by stalking and then stabbing them and then using it's straw like mouth piece to suck the contents of the bug.

Previous Video Mentioned: R2E2 Mango Tree in Australia is great for cold climates Seedling vs Grafted

Transcript

This here is an Assassin Bug and it's a great predatory insect for your orchard. If you have a look at his mouth parts he has this protrusion which he uses as a stabbing instrument to stab other insects and then he sucks the juices out from inside them so He's a good bug to have in your orchard.

R2E2 Mango Tree in Australia is great for cold climates Seedling vs Grafted


We show you just how large the R2E2 mango tree is and we talk about the seedling and grafted mango tree selections. The r2e2 is actually very hardy once established and is a great choice for cold marginal climates in Australia. This is for the seedling r2e2 and not the grafted r2e2. If you are in a subtropical to tropical climate best to get a grafted variety if your climate is cold and marginal than best to get a seedling. You will still need to protect it until it is at least 3m tall.

r2e2 mango fruit trees are for sale at Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery. You can buy r2e2 mango fruit trees here:
Seedling r2e2 Mango Fruit Tree

Grafted r2e2 Mango Fruit Tree

The previous video
Dwarf Brown Fig Tree Fruit Tree
R2E2 Mango Fruit Trees for sale

Transcript

Now these great big Mangoes are the R2E2 mango and they are one of the largest of the Mango Fruits. They have this beautiful coloured fruit it's got a good flavour. We grow these as a grafted plant and we also grow them as seedlings. So if you have a seed grown mango tree some of them will be grown true to type but some of them aren't going to be grown true to type so you are going to get some seedling variations as we say. But they are a really fabulous tree it's quite a large tree give it plenty of space. It's going to grow more than 6m so be prepared to have a big tree in your backyard. But they are a lovely shady evergreen tree as well so a great tree to have in your backyard if you have the space. That's a beautiful tree beautiful fruit. The R2E2's are one of the best varieties to grow if you are in a marginal climate so if you live in South Australia or Victoria or south of Sydney and you want to try growing a Mango the R2E2 is one of the best choices to try. It's a bit hardier than the others. So although we can't promise you success if you're in a frost free location and you can protect your tree for the first few years until it's about 3m tall or so you are going to have a good chance of getting Mango fruits. So you might find that you have good Seasons and bad Seasons and that's pretty much Weather dependant. So you haven't got a great deal of control on that it's just something you have to take with growing Mangoes. But worth trying if you want to try growing Mangoes in a difficult Mango growing climate. So like all Mangoes best suited to the Tropics and the Subtropics. Give them a frost free location, good drainage, full Sun and you will be cropping Mangoes like this off a Seedling tree in about 6 years and off a Grafted plant in about 3.

Dwarf Brown Fig Tree -Small with Sweet delicious Figs ( Dwarf Fruit Trees)


The Dwarf Brown Fig Tree is small and can stay under 1m in height yet it still produces these lovely and delicious figs that you will love. Yes they can be grown in pots or if you have a tiny space in your backyard that gets some Sun it is a plant that will not take over that position but just stay small.

The Dwarf Brown Fig Tree is for sale from Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery and you can buy the Dwarf Brown Fig

The Video featured at the end of this video is the Purple Dwarf Irwin Mango Fruit Tree
Dwarf Brown Fig Tree Fruit Tree for Sale

Transcript

Very nice, very sweet.
That's sweet.
It's Summer here, the middle of summer and we are just picking the first of our Figs.
So this Fig is our Dwarf Brown Fig and you can see it has this beautiful light pale skin.
and this lovely pale flesh as well and it's a really sweet fig this so it's delicious eaten fresh off the tree a really lovely fruit.
That's very nice.
and the Dwarf Brown Fig only grows to about 2-3m.
So if you are in a small urban block or only have a little space for a Fig this Dwarf Brown Fig is a great choice for you.
It's also perfect for growing in pots so if you are growing it in a container use a really good quality potting mix. 
and keep the moisture up to it during the growing Season.
So while it's in full leaf and fruiting and growing you will need to maintain even moisture in your pot.
In the ground give it a Sunny position and good drainage and you will be picking these beautiful Figs in about 2 years.
What did you think of that?
It's quite sweet isn't it.
These are our stock plants so I just wanted to show you how we grow these. There are a lot of people who are patiently waiting for the Dwarf Brown Fig and with slow growing plants such as these we take a batch of cuttings and then we grow them on to have established stock trees.
So from these potted plants and there is about 30 or 40 here we're taking cuttings and it's the cuttings from these plants which we will sell to you.
So we take these at 2 times during the year we take them during the growing Season so during the Summer months while they are actively growing we take Softwood cuttings and then again in the Winter we take Hardwood cuttings and they're done as deciduous cuttings we root and then grow on in the Spring.
Mmmm yeah
Nice?
mmmm

Grafted Yeem Pay Wampee - Sweetest of the Wampee Fruit Trees


The Yeem Pay Wampee Tree is the sweetest of the Wampee fruit trees and is popular because of this reason. We discuss the best climates, the growth habit and the way it fruits. It is a large tree but this doesn't mean it can't be grown in pots unlike the seedling varieties.

Yeem Pay Wampee Fruit Trees are for sale at Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery


Previous video at end of video at end of video: Purple Dwarf Mango Tree - Irwin
Grafted YeemPay Wampee

Transcript of Yeem Pay Wampee Tree Video

Now this beautiful fruit is the Yeem Pay Wampee and this is the sweeter of the 2 varieties of grafted Wampees we sell and it's really popular for that reason. So like all Wampees it fruits on it's terminal growth so it hangs off in these great panicles of fruit and it's really stunning in full fruit. Now these are lovely and sweet they're a little bit like a grape in terms of the texture so they have that beautiful juicy flesh inside. Great flavour and it's a really hardy tree. So Wampees are related to citrus and they'll pretty much grow in the same places that citrus do really well. So if you've got a nice warm sunny spot even if you get a light frost you might want to try a Wampee because they are a really beautiful fruit and they give you loads of fruit as well so they are a great cropping tree, great tasting and grow in a wide range of climates. So Subtropics and Tropics they're perfectly suited to in Temperate areas down to about -2 to -3. And it grows to about 5-6 metres so it does grow to a fair sized tree and if you've got a small backyard you could prune it or even grow it in a pot.