Fruit Trees

🥝 End of Season: 20-50% off when you Visit our Nursery Outlet Store 🥝

Fruit Trees too big for postage and last seasons stock have filled Daleys Nursery Outlet Store

Get 20-50% off plants in our Nursery Outlet Store when you visit us in Kyogle. Now is the end of the growing season which means plants too big for postage and last seasons stock need to find new backyards fast. ^Ends May 31st 2022.

Which Plants are in the Kyogle Nursery Outlet Store?

Watch our YouTube: 47 second Quick Tour. There are Grafted Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, Citrus, Subtropical Fruit Trees, Ornamental Plants, Cutting Grown Plants, Seedling Plants, Landscaping Trees/Plants.

Can I pick up online plants when I visit you?

Yes, Order 1 day before visiting us to Pick Up plants Available Online. Use the emails offer code PICKUP15^ at the bottom of your shopping cart to get 15% off Pickup Orders. Remember Only Nursery Outlet plants can be purchased in-store not online plants.

Offer PICKUP15

Everything Online:

^ Must order 1 day before visiting us

Opening Hours

Open: Tue-Fri 9-3pm ( Google Maps )

Closed Public Holidays, Saturday, Sunday & Monday. eg. Closed this Easter & Anzac Day.

Latest YouTube: What's The Fig for you?

We look at some of the fig trees available from Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery showing their differences so you can make the best decision for your backyard.

What's the Fig Tree that will suit your backyard

YouTube: Front Yard Food Forest

Walk with Erin through her very young Front Yard Food forest.

YouTube: Front Yard Food Forest

YouTube: Nangapire Fruit Trees

Nangapire fruit trees are a great edible hedge with an abundance of fruit.

Growing Nangapire Fruit Trees

Video: Creating a Food Forest

Creating a food forest requires planning and an understanding of the following principles. 
* 0:00 Intro 
* 0:22 Getting Started 
* 0:41 Soil Type 
* 1:28 Irrigation 
* 2:01 Mulch (keeping the soil covered) 
* 3:22 The design of Life 
* 4:04 Planting

Tarocco Blood Orange Grafted Fruit Trees

Cut Open Tarocco Blood Orange fruits
Shows the red or blood streaks in the oranges flesh
Creating an Orange Juice from Blood Oranges
This is the fruit from the Grafted Tarocco Blood Orange Fruit Trees. Depending on how Cold our winter mornings are and Hot Winter days means more red streaks. This is quite a good display of red streaks for the Norther NSW area. But we're sure that some southerners get even more red coming through. The red colour comes from anthocyanin which is the same plant compound that gives Pomegranates.

Purple Garlic - How to Plant Garlic


Purple Garlic - Picone is available as plants ready to plant straight into your garden from Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery. However when you harvest next year you can save some and then plant them directly from the bulbs by following this demonstration step by step how to video on planting garlic beds.

*0:00​ - About 
*0:28​ - 1. Prepare The Bed 
*0:37​ - 2. Prepare the Garlic 
*0:47​ - Top & Bottom of Garlic 
*0:55​ - 3. Plant the Garlic 
*1:39​ - 4. Mulch the Beds 
*1:47​ - What they look like growing 
*1:54​ - Conclusion - Summary

Emperor Mandarin - 1 handed Peel


The Emperor Mandarin comes in dwarf Emperor Mandarin Fruit  and full size emperor mandarin for those with a small yard space or who just want a large big cropping mandarin. So easy to peel you can do it one handed. 
 * 0:00 - About 
* 0:12 - 1 handed peeling demo 
* 0:24 - Full Size vs Dwarf 
* 0:40 - Growing Instructions 
* 0:50 - Harvest Times 

Broad Leaf Papaya - Name does it justice

Shows the Fruit of the broad Leaf Papaya

The very large leaf in-front of a fruiting broad leaf papaya tree

The Broad leaf papaya with daleys staff in-front for perspective

Broad Leaf Papaya. The name does it justice. The enormous yet delicate leaves look to be floating in the air and bounce around with the slightest of touch. They are a self pollinating papaya and can fruit within 2-3 years. A real stand out from the papaya varieties. #daleysfruit #broadleafpapaya #papaya #pawpaw #fruittrees

Cara Cara Orange Fruit Trees - Seedless

Cara Cara Orange Fruit Trees Seedless, easy to peel. Has that unique blood orange flesh but without the sourness of a Grapefruit.

Aerial Roots of Dragon Fruit

Aerial Roots of the Dragon Fruit

Hanging over a fence but also climbing to the top of the tree in the back

An example of the amazing fruit from dragon fruit this is the Neon Dragon Fruit

Shows a large Tree stump being used to Support a dragon fruit

Newly formed Aerial roots on a Dragon Fruit Vine can be seen in the 1st picture. Dragon fruit originally used aerial roots to seek out light and create a path to the very top of the jungle canopy. Absorbing nutrients too. Usually they won't fruit until they accomplish this goal. They then hang back down and start fruiting having won the fight for light. 

 But in your backyard aerial roots can be used to attach themselves to a thick strong trellis, fence or old tree stump. The more sturdy the more fruit can be supported. Unlike in the jungle you want them to fruit at 2m high. So make sure that they quickly win the fight for light and can then start fruiting for you straight away rather than after they put all their effort into growing up a 10m tree first.

Mexican Custard Apple Fruit Trees

Mexican Custard Apple split in half

Notice the coloured skin of the Mexican custard apple

These photos were taken last month of our Mexican custard apple Fruit Trees. Notice their coloured skin and creamy/white sweet flesh. They are in the same family as normal custard apples and cherimoyas. During mail order to your home they are quite sensitive and their leaves yellow and some fall off. However once settled this quickly reverses and are quite a hardy tree long term. Trees can get quite large and they take about 5 years before fruiting. They do only need 1 tree to set fruit. #mexicanCustardApple #daleysfruit #fruittrees