Fruit Trees

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Australia is rich in spectacular fruit trees and home to an excellent range of Rainforest plants. We hope to use this blog as a place where we can share and learn together.

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11 comments:

  1. I can honestly say there are very few if any nursery websites like daleys in australia that provide the quality, freindliness, and an over all excellent experience.

    I have only had the pleasure to deal with daleys twice, both times I have not been dissapointed.

    I would much rather deal with the daleys team, than goto my local nursery.

    I wish all the staff all the best for 2007 and hope to have many more dealings in the future.

    regards

    Daniel

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  2. I was looking for a babaco, tried a few local nurseries the comment was, that there are none available.
    I asked if they had tried Daleys the reply was They dont have them. So I rang them up myself and found they had a few in stock I now have 26 various tropical and sub-tropical fruit trees in my backyard supplied by Daleys, so helpful and only too happy to give advice --- the locals?? yeh right
    happy gardening
    Ron

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  3. Well must have over 200 Plus Daleys trees in now, just starting to get a microclimate now after 3 years of work yahoo smile have them number 1 in my favorites,always the best trees come from Daleys,just love it all,just can,t thank them enough.anyway thank you Daleys thank you very very much.Ralphy from Aratula south east Queensland.

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  4. I went to the local nursery who said that they stocked Daley's trees. Actually ordered a truck full of trees worth many hundreds of dollars. Ended up not being happy with what the nursery supplied me with a bit of a "you'll get what we think you should have" despite me carefully checking the Daley's catalogue and asking for specific trees. I was disappointed with this and now simply order from Daley's. Do not stop this service - just expand it!

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  5. Hi,
    Your blog is interesting. We too are a real estate company,Fast Growing Trees NurseryWe are a cultivator and dealer of original and authentic shade, flowering, ornamental and fruit trees and shrubs. Our online nursery, Fast Growing Trees has helped many people enjoy the pleasure and advantages that come along with growing a tree.

    for details please logon to our website
    Fast Growing Trees Nursery

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  6. I have been growing a native gardenia tree for 3 years. It started in a pot but we transferred it to the garden and it has continued to grow but never any flowers. What can we do?

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  7. Very nice. The first Custard Apple I had was in Sydney. The only supplier of decent tropical fruit trees as a good price near me is this one: www.realtreehousenursery.com . I WISH I could order from Australia still. Best wishes.

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  8. Dear fruit enthusiasts,

    I just wanted to share with those of you interested in rare tropical fruit that you can find best quality, very fresh seeds seeds at:
    www.rarepalmseeds.com
    I know the name suggests something different, but their fruit collection is absolutely fantastic. They have available now a selection of some of the most delectable and hard to come by species and varieties from South-East Asia. The list is too long to post here but, among others, they offer rare Durio (dulcis, graveolens, oxleyanus, testudinarum, kutejensis, etc), Artocarpus (anisophylla, sarawakensis, etc) rambutan (Nephelium rambutan-ake varieties black, green, yellow, etc), Pometia pinnata (crystal fruit) , Mangifera (mango pajang, quadrifida, odorata, etc), Mangostana (mangosteen supreme, a huge variety in size), Baccaurea, rambai, etc.
    Take a look at this website, I am sure you will be impressed!

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  9. Has anyone had any luck growing a pandan plant, over the years I have tried a few with no luck , they are also very hard to find.

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