Fruit Trees

Dwarf Fruit - Bonsai Bags

Kath shows how you can grow your fruit trees in bags.

This video was created for our Dwarf Fruit Tree Pack

9 comments:

  1. that was excellents

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  2. Thanks for visiting frog garden, you have an excellent blog, I could have bought my fruit trees in a bag if I'd have known you earlier. You deserve to do well with such a good presentation. You should target inner-city Brisbane there is so many apartments now, I'm sure some would love a fruit tree. I know where to come now if I have any problems with my trees. Happy spring.

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  3. Your dwarf fruit tree pack is a brilliant idea. It is perfect for suburb-dwellers with limited space in their gardens. Do you ever intend to sell dwarf *multigrafted* fruit trees? I would be *most* interested in purchasing, say, a dwarf citrus tree with 4 grafts: lemon, orange, lime and mandarine, or a dwarf stonefruit tree with 4 grafts: peach, plum, nectarine and apricot. These would save even more space in small gardens.
    Thank you for your informative easy-to-navigate website and your wonderful range of products.

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  4. Another question about fruit trees, dwarf or otherwise - when a healthy young branch is growing at a close angle out of its main stem, in a too-narrow V-shape, by what method can I train the two branches further apart? I don't want to prune off the healthy young branch or damage the bark with sharp wires, so is there some special 'branch separator' we can buy, or is there something we can easily make?

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  5. To train your branch you need to tie it down. This is illustrated in the lovely little book Pruning for Fruit by Bruce Morphett. (unfortunatly out of print at the moment) Place something soft aroung your branch so the bark will not be wounded or ring barked and then use some rope or twine and a peg to pull the branch into the position and angle that you want it at.

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  6. Thank you Kath!

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  7. I have just purchased a few trees and bonsai bags from Daleys, as I think this is a brilliant idea. However, I only bought a few because I was surprised to see in my order that a single bag incurred a $5.00 freight charge, more than the actual cost of the bag. When my order arrived, the bags were contained in the same box as the trees, and were not bulky or anything. I would buy many more if the freight cost wasn't so high.

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  8. Hi justjuice,

    If you purchased fruit trees with your bonsai bags I would have assumed the freight charge for the bags would have been almost nothing and you would have just been charged for your fruit trees freight.

    Please email me at "webmaster at daleysfruit.com.au" with your details and I will investigate for you.

    P.S Replace at with @

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