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How to check your fruit tree's soil is healthy

How to check your fruit tree's soil is healthy

How to check your soil is healthy Soils ain't soils. So why do we treat them like dirt?! If your Fruit Salad Tree is not looking as vivacious as it should be, then it may have something to do with the soil conditions that it is getting its growing nutrients from. It is always good practice to take a sample before you fertilise to ensure your tree gains all of the...

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Go Green! Use your outdoor space and smile more

Go Green! Use your outdoor space and smile more

Get back to nature and become self sufficient at home; whether you're planning a backyard garden, courtyard hideaway or balcony oasis; our multi-grafted fruit trees will give your space a point of practical beauty. Backyard Garden Paradise With technology taking hold and keeping us indoors it's good to break away and get in touch with nature, get some fresh air in our lungs and be rewarded for our own work....

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Watering your Fruit Salad Tree in the heat

Watering your Fruit Salad Tree in the heat

When it's very hot and dry, your fruit trees will need more water. Just as we get thirsty in the heat, so do fruit trees. The Australian heat can be scorching and it can affect your trees. Many people ask us when and how much more to water their tree in extreme heat conditions- after all, water is precious, especially at the moment! What time of the day should you...

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Some Stone Fruit varieties ‘sleep in’...

Some Stone Fruit varieties ‘sleep in’...

Flower and leaf buds of different Stone Fruits wake up at different times as they emerge from Winter. Peaches and Nectarines are the first to flower, and have often grown their new leaves before Apricots and Plums show any signs of life. If you are an owner of Fruit Salad Trees with combinations of Peach or Nectarine, Plums and Apricots, please don’t worry when only half of your tree ‘wakes up’......

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Training your Fruit Salad Tree

Training your Fruit Salad Tree

Branches of young Fruit Salad Trees can be gently persuaded to grow in any direction. You can guide them using bamboo stakes (or similar) and cloth strip ties made of old T-shirts. This technique may be useful for training Fruit Salad Trees against walls/structures (espalier) or directing individual grafts. Despite our best efforts, sometimes the grafts (branches) of Fruit Salad Trees grow along the one side of the rootstock or Mother...

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Fruit Salad Trees | Planting your Fruit Salad Tree in a pot or in the ground

Fruit Salad Trees | Planting your Fruit Salad Tree in a pot or in the ground

Fruit Salad Trees allow you to grow different and delectable fruit on the same tree. They are perfect for pots on your balcony or in your edible garden. Our trees are delivered via Australia Post and you'll receive an email notification when your tree is despatched so you have an indication of when it will arrive. In the meantime, you can prepare for when your tree arrives, and here's a...

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Planting Fruit Salad Trees in clay soil

Planting Fruit Salad Trees in clay soil

Clay soils can often present challenges for gardeners. But the good news is that successful planting in clay just requires a little prep, a quick soil test and some easily gained understanding of your soil. Clay soil has poor drainage. Do not dig a planting hole in clay soil and fill with imported soil for your tree - this creates a sump where water collects resulting in all sorts of...

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Fruit Salad Trees | Planning your Edible Garden

Fruit Salad Trees | Planning your Edible Garden

Sick of buying fruit and vegetables when you can grow your own at home so easily? With a little preparation, it's possible to have an edible garden at your doorstep for all of the family to enjoy. Especially with our space saving and fast-fruiting Fruit Salad Trees, which boast different fruit on the same tree. Each fruit variety retains individual flavour and characteristics, making the Fruit Salad Tree a popular choice...

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Watering and Fertilizing your Fruit Salad Tree

Watering and Fertilizing your Fruit Salad Tree

Looking after your Fruit Salad Tree will keep it happy and healthy and in turn, it will look after you by providing different, delicious fruit! Watering Keep your tree moist at all times, especially in the hotter months. A good layer of mulch promotes a more consistent moisture level. We recommend 'deep watering' your tree on a weekly basis over Summer, so leave your hose on a trickle overnight. This...

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