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  • Almond Tree

    R150.00

    Both male and female blossoms of the almond tree require bee pollination. It is important to grow two varieties of almond trees for cross pollination.

    They are drought-resistant and thrive in a dry climate with minimal humidity. But should your area be subject to late winter frost and temperatures below freezing, it is advisable to cover the blossoms

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  • Apple Tree Anna

    R100.00

    Anna apples have a light-green skin with a distinctive red blush and a crisp white flesh. The flavour is sweet with a little tang that is always refreshing. They can be eaten fresh; or cooked or baked for a delicious dessert, sauce or complement to a savoury dish. These trees are known for their generous crop of fruit and are self-pollinated.

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  • Apple Tree Kei

    R100.00

    Kei apples are robust evergreen fruit trees or shrubs that are sometimes known as a wild apricot, appelkoosdoring or Dingaan’s apricot.

     

    The fruit is firm, small and sour (delicious once sweetened a little) and the plant makes a great hedge or barrier.

     

    They are pollinated by flies and bees and are relatively easy to grow. They cannot be grown indoors, but they do well in the garden or in pots outside.

     

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  • Apple Tree Ungrafted

    R80.00

    As one of the world’s most popular fruits, with incredible variety, apples continue to be best-sellers.

     

    Some are crisp and tangy, others are sweet and juicy, and all are delectable.

     

    There is an almost endless variety of ways to enjoy these fruit – from stewed apple and ice-cream to apple jelly and pork; from fresh apple juice to decadent baked desserts.

     

     

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    Apple Tree Ungrafted

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  • Apricot Tree Alpha Grafted

    R100.00

    Apricots are small orange-coloured fruits that are absolutely brimming with flavour. They work well in sweet and savoury dishes and are especially nutritious too. Apricot trees are self-pollinating, which means that you’ll get delicious fruit from a stand-alone tree.

     

    Alpha apricot tree – eat them fresh or use them in sweet treats or Moroccan-inspired terrines.

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    Apricot Tree Alpha Grafted

    Apricot Tree Alpha Grafted

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  • Apricot Tree Bulida Grafted

    R100.00

    Apricots are high in fibre, potassium, beta carotene, lutein, and vitamins A, C and E. Their antioxidant properties mean that apricots help to stave off serious diseases. They also aid in digestion, boost the immune system, keep you looking younger for longer, and contribute to better eyesight.
    Apricot jam is a firm favourite, but apricots are also delicious in Moroccan-style stews, and desserts that demand a lot of flavour. As an added bonus, they are really easy to grow.

     

    Bulida apricot tree is a firm, sweet and juicy apricot that is particularly good for canning.

     

    The apricot flavour is not especially strong in this variety.

     

    The tree is a viorous grower and prefers cool winters, it does not require many chilling hours.

     

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    Apricot Tree Bulida Grafted

    Apricot Tree Bulida Grafted

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  • Apricot Tree Royal Grafted

    R100.00

    Apricots are small orange-coloured fruits that are absolutely brimming with flavour. They work well in sweet and savoury dishes and are especially nutritious too. Apricot trees are self-pollinating, which means that you’ll get delicious fruit from a stand-alone tree.

     

    Royal apricot tree – thanks to the taste and texture, this variety (also known as Blenheim apricots) is often used for drying, creating an irresistible snack or an ingredient for curries and sauces. But, they’re also fantastic fresh, canned or baked

     

    Royal Apricot trees  – medium to large, juicy and sweet fruit. Mid December harvest.

    Apricot jam is a firm favourite, but apricots are also delicious in Moroccan-style stews, and desserts that demand a lot of flavour. As an added bonus, they are really easy to grow

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    Apricot Tree Royal Grafted

    Apricot Tree Royal Grafted

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  • Avocado Tree Fuerte Grafted

    R350.00

    The Fuerte avocado is characterised by its longer shape and slanted bottom. The pale-green flesh is beautifully creamy with a distinct nuttiness. The dark-green skin has little bumps on it as well as tiny yellow spots.

     

    Avocado pears can be enjoyed raw and fresh, in salads, on pizza, or as a spicy guacamole. They are high in protein and contain plenty of good fats that keep you feeling fuller for longer. They also have carotenoids, potassium, magnesium, phytosterols, and vitamins B, C, E and K.

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    Avocado Tree Fuerte Grafted

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  • Avocado Tree Hass Grafted

    R350.00

    Avocado pears are creamy, nutritious and so versatile to use. The Hass (or Haas) avo is a very popular one, thanks to its gorgeous nutty taste and texture. Under the Hass umbrella, which hails from Southern California, are lamb Hass, maluma Hass and regular Hass avos. The lamb Hass’ flesh darkens more when it’s ripe, and the maluma Hass is a hybrid from South Africa.

     

    Hass avos are medium in size and have a dark purple-brown flesh when they’re ripe. They are high in good fat, protein, potassium, phytosterols, carotenoids, and vitamins B, C, E and K. They can be eaten fresh, added to salads, turned into dips, or even used for the care of hair and skin

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    Avocado Tree Hass Grafted

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  • Avocado Tree Pinkerton Grafted

    R350.00

    The Pinkerton avocado pear tree is great for smaller gardens as it is classified as being almost dwarfish in size. The fruits are deliciously rich with a fairly thick skin that peels off easily. The flesh has a high oil content, which means that this fruit is an excellent addition to boost your nutrient intake. They’re also high in fibre, protein, magnesium, potassium, vitamins, carotenoids and phytosteroids

     

    Eat Pinkerton avos freshly sliced and drizzled with lemon juice and black pepper, add them to salads and sandwiches, or blitz them with chilli and garlic for a delicious dip.

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    Avocado Tree Pinkerton Grafted

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  • Banana Tree Grand Nain

    R100.00

    Bananas remain a first choice for a nutritious snack on the go and are still one of the world’s favourite fruits, with the Grand Nain banana being the best known. Bananas have fibre, potassium, magnesium, manganese, and various vitamins. They moderate blood sugar levels, improve digestion and may help us to lose weight. They also have antioxidants.

     

    Grand Nain’s large and lush leaves fan out and shade layers of bananas that hang in symmetrical clusters. After a lovely bloom of purple flowers, the bananas begin to grow quickly.

     

     

    Growing your own bananas is rewarding, not only for the delicious fruit, but also because the trees are pretty and give your space a bit of a tropical feel. The Grand Nain has large leaves and yields large quantities of flavourful bananas faster than any other tree. It also produces well as a potted specimen. Interestingly, banana trees are actually giant herbs.

     

     

    Make banana smoothies, add them to pancakes, fry them up with bacon and eggs for a hearty breakfast, or bake them into a gorgeous banana bread loaf. Bananas are a popular way to sweeten dishes for those who are trying to keep their sugar (sucrose) intake down without missing out on sweet treats.

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    Banana Tree Grand Nain

    Banana Tree Grand Nain

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  • Bayleaf Tree

    R100.00

    The bay leaf tree is an evergreen upright tree that can grow to a very large tree. It is frost-hardy but does not enjoy strong winds

    It is frost-hardy but does not enjoy strong winds

    Bay leaf trees do best in full sun. They thrive in the garden but can be grown in a large pot too.

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    Bayleaf Tree

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  • Cherry Guava Tree

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    The cherry guava, also known as the strawberry guava, is a compact, evergreen bushy shrub that makes a fantastic addition to any garden or home. In fact, it’s popular as an ornamental tree, thanks to its being a pretty plant that does well in the ground or in an indoor pot.

     

    The small red or yellow fruit can be eaten fresh and has a sweet and tangy flavour. It is high in vitamin C, giving the immune system a wonderful boost. It’s also an important source of fibre, which keeps our digestive system healthy. In addition to making lovely fresh snacks, they can be used for sauces, jellies, drinks and jams too

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    Cherry Guava Tree

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  • Cherry Tree Sweet Mexican

    R190.00

    Also known as the Capulín cherry. This is a large, fast-growing tree that is especially pretty when it’s in bloom. Its dangling shoots become covered in masses of flowers, which bloom in the early spring on slender branches. The flowers have white petals and a distinct tuft of stamens. The cherry starts out yellow and turns red as it ripens. It is a soft and juicy fruit

     

    They are self-pollinating, so they can be planted in isolation. It is tolerant to frost but may lose its leaves in a very cold winter

    Cherry Tree Sweet

    Cherry Tree Sweet Mexican

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  • Cherry Tree Marello Sour Red

    R190.00

    The Marello is self-fertile, rarely damaged by frost and produces large crops.

     

    This pretty tree produces delicate white flowers and is self-fertile, which means that you only have to plant one to enjoy its delicious fruits.

     

    Sour cherries have about 20 times more vitamin A and five times more antioxidants than sweet cherries. They’re also high in vitamins B, C and K, copper, potassium and manganese. They may improve sleep and muscle condition, and reduce the symptoms of arthritis and gout

     

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    Cherry Tree Marello Sour Red

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  • Coffee Tree Arabica Grafted

    R250.00

    A coffee tree can grow indoors or outdoors, as long as your conditions are similar to those of its natural environment, i.e. plenty of humidity or moisture and cooler temperatures.

    There are few things as alluring as the smell of freshly-brewed coffee. Coffee isn’t only a wonderful pick-me-up first thing in the morning, but it is also packed with anti-oxidants. It helps to fight cancer, has anti-ageing properties, aids in weight loss, helps to burn fat and reduces the risks of Parkinson’s disease and heart attacks.

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    Coffee Tree Arabica Grafted

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  • Curry Bush

    R60.00

    Also known as immortelle, Italian strawflower or, simply, the curry plant, this herb is striking for its beautiful yellow blooms and curry-scented silver leaves. It is a small shrub that flourishes in dry, rocky ground. Interestingly, it is part of the daisy family.

     

    The immortelle essential oil has incredible health properties. It is anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant and fungicidal. Its astringent properties make it fantastic for beautiful skin as it shrinks pores and tightens the skin. It has pain relieving properties, and is powerful in helping wounds to heal and protecting cells from deteriorating

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    Custard Apple

    Custard Apple – Green

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  • Custard Apple – Red

    R300.00

    Custard apples are delectable fruits that are quite easy to grow in South Africa. The tropical and sub-tropical conditions are ideal for fruiting, while hotter, drier conditions yield the best flowers. These trees are aptly named, as the fruit tastes exactly like they sound – creamy, vanilla-infused apples with real custard richness.

     

    They are deciduous trees, so they shed their leaves every year. This is a tree that is constantly changing, always presenting a different, but equally lovely face. Include a few in your garden for a really pretty option that has irresistible fruits.

    Custard Apple

    Custard Apple – Red

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  • Custard Apple – Sweetsop/Sugar Apple

    R300.00
    Custard Apple

    Custard Apple – Sweetsop/Sugar Apple

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