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July 31, 2008 at 7:01 am #244414
Do you have any recommendations on where to buy dwarf fruit trees or any fruit trees suitable for growing in pots in Perth?
Many thanks for your time.
EbonadeJuly 31, 2008 at 7:37 am #360631bystarlightMember
There is a great nursery on welshpool road (cant remember the name) that sells a big range of fruit trees. They also sell all sorts of nik-knacks when you first walk in that I drooool over when ever I go there. I got my plum tree there.July 31, 2008 at 7:40 am #360632JeanieParticipant
You can buy young fruit trees and put them in pots yourself all depends how big pots are the size trees will growJuly 31, 2008 at 7:57 am #360633
Thanks for that info.
Bystarlight – do you remember what suburb?July 31, 2008 at 8:59 am #360634JeanieParticipant
The nursery is Trees r Green Hale rd Wattle GroveJuly 31, 2008 at 9:35 am #360635Julie RMember
You might want to give Trees A Green a ring first, hubby went looking for some apple trees for me a couple of months ago and I am sure he said they weren’t there anymore! Could be wrong, but it rings a bell.July 31, 2008 at 1:25 pm #360636
I was thinking it might be trees a green. I will go to Forrestfield anyways and see a friend and have a look on the way.
Does anyone think that looking in the Quokka would be a good idea to get something a bit more established?July 31, 2008 at 2:28 pm #360637MichPMember
Havent been there myself (yet) but have heard really good things about http://www.tass1trees.com.au/aboutus.phpJuly 31, 2008 at 2:41 pm #360638
Dawsons is in Forrestfield as well… My ‘lil sista just bought a beautiful low chill early producing nectarine tree from there for $21
Trees-a-green is a ‘seconds’ nursery… so sometimes you’ll score a real bargain…other times nought!! Just depends on what’s there on the day. Have got some great stuff there in the past…
There’s also a rare/heritage fruit tree nursery somewhere in the hills…Roleystone or somewhere…does anyone know what this is called?…apparently they have a lovely range of bare-rooted fruit trees for sale…but can’t for the life of me think of the name of the place:confused:
Cheers – Erthgirl xxJuly 31, 2008 at 2:52 pm #360639
Try this link…
The nursery is situated in the Swan Valley… nice for a ‘day trip’…might go check it out this weekend.
Cheers again :D- Erthgirl xxAugust 1, 2008 at 2:25 pm #360640
Sorry MichP…didn’t realise you’d posted the tas1trees link….:shy::shy: Silly me!:DAugust 3, 2008 at 1:18 pm #360641Annora LonghurstMember
Glad to see that there are some WA people on this forum:)
I saw some nice dwarf peach trees at Lena nursery on Wanneroo Rd… I’ve also heard of Trees are Green, not enough to recommend them though.August 6, 2008 at 1:55 pm #360642ladybugMember
There is a nursery I think its on Welshpool Rd heading up the hill that specialise in Fruit trees. My inlaws when there a coulple of weeks ago for a couple of trees and came home with about 10.August 7, 2008 at 12:36 am #360643bystarlightMember
Thanks for that info.
Bystarlight – do you remember what suburb?
I think the nursery is called Wandilla. Not sure on spelling though.
Trees a green were still there when I went a couple of months ago. They dont seem to have as big a range as they had years ago, but they are still pretty good. Dawsons is good also (especially if you love roses too).August 7, 2008 at 6:07 am #360644Julie RMember
I have just come home from the Wandilla Nursery, Wattle Grove. It is on Welshpool Road, not far from the Tonkin Hwy intersection, and OMG, I have never seen so many fruit trees!!!! they reckon they have about 4000. So many varieties, alot I have never heard of, nut trees as well, berries, everything and anything you could imagine. I thought they were a tad expensive, but absolutely gorgeous old couple and very knowledgable.
Defininately worth a visit. :tup:
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