We dispatch our trees every Tuesday, for delivery to most states of Australia.

For WA and Tasmania, we send trees on the first Tuesday of each month.

For orders going to South Australia, we now require a Quarantine Certificate ($34.95) so please tick Yes to the question in Checkout

NEW - Pear + Pear + Pear + Pear

4 fruit Pear Fruit Salad Tree growing four varieties of Pears all on the one tree!

Conference Pears are the most commonly grown variety in the UK. they have long thin green fruit with a reddish blush and are best picked firm and ripened the windowsill. They are a good disease-resistant variety which will benefit from a strong pollinator nearby (or on the same tree!).

Packham Pears are an Australian heirloom variety, which are delicious to eat fresh as they are sweet, rich and juicy. Excellent pear to poach and cook with. They are often tinned. This variety is a strong pollinator.

Red D’Anjou (or Red Anjou) Pears have beautiful red skin. They are sweet tasting with a hint of citrus. This is a late-season pear which produces masses of fruit. It will benefit from a strong pollinator nearby (or on the same tree!).

Williams Pears are also delicious to eat fresh. They turn from green to yellow when ripe. Use for cooking when still firm. Also a strong pollinator.

Climate: Pears prefer cool, mild winters and sun-drenched summers.  Fruit: Ripen from Jan - Mar

Perfect for your balcony or backyard!

Apple Fruit Salad Trees are suitable for all Australian climates. We have both warm and cold climate varieties available. See the Climate Map above to check which apples are suitable for your area.

Apple Fruit Salad Trees will grow to 3m high x 2m wide in the ground. In a pot, they will grow to about 2/3 of that size depending on the size of the pot.

Note: The size of your tree is determined by many factors including soil type, sunlight, nutrition availability and overall tree health.

There are 2 special care requirements for our trees.
1. Keep the tree balanced! Check your tree regularly and prune back any branches that are outgrowing the others.
2. Remove Rootstock. Each fruit will be marked with white paint when you recieve your tree. If you see any other growth coming from the tree trunk, remove this as this is rootstock growth.

All Apple Fruit Salad Trees can be espaliered. This method saves space and provides extra support for heavy cropping. Click HERE to watch our video on Espaliering.

All Apple Fruit Salad Trees are made with the required varieties to cross pollinate each other. There is no need for additional apple trees for cross pollination.

All Fruit Salad Trees can be planted anytime of year. Order and plant your tree today to enjoy your home grown fruit sooner!

Apple Fruit Salad Trees will begin fruiting within the first 12 to 18 months. You may need to remove some of the first fruits if the branch is not yet large enough to hold the weight of the fruit.

Your trees will be shipped through Australia Parcel Post including tracking. Express shipping is available for urgent delivery. Select the Express post option during checkout

Looking for more information? More information on our Apple trees is available by clicking Apple Varieties HERE.

Apple Climate Map

Click on your State to check the suitability of Apples for your area.


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Easy - Great for beginners

Green Thumb Rating

We created the green thumb rating system to help you choose the number of fruits on your tree that best matches your gardening experience. 

1 Green Thumb = Easy: Great for beginners.  Learn to grow and care for Fruit Salad Trees.

2 Green Thumbs = Medium: Understand and follow Fruit Salad Tree care requirements.

3 Green Thumbs = Experienced: Familiar and diligent with Fruit Salad Tree care.

Be sure to read the 2 special care points on the care instructions included with your tree.

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