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We began in Goulburn NSW in 2011 with just four tree types: Chico, Li, Suimen and Ta-Jan. We expanded a year later with another six types: Lang, Redlands, Shanxi-Li, Sherwood, Si-Hong, and Silverhill (also known as Tigertooth).
We relocated to Wollongong NSW in 2017 and now run an online jujube tree nursery with the home enthusiast and smaller orchardist in mind.
In 2020 we added an eleventh variety: Li 2.
About the Trees
Our jujube trees are grown to order and delivered via Australia Post or courier the following winter. They are about knee-high, bare-rooted, and in a dormant state (no leaves). Larger orders are delivered mostly hip-height and by courier.
These young, dormant fruit trees look like sticks in the ground when potted up or planted out! It can be quite disconcerting if you’ve not experienced such trees before.
Don’t let their stick-like appearance fool you — these sticks are very much alive and their roots must not be allowed to dry out. We strongly recommend they be potted up or planted out as soon after receipt as possible.
If spring comes early for you, you’ll be rewarded just weeks after delivery with the first flush of leaves as the sun’s warmth and lengthening days awaken them. You may have to wait a little longer in the cooler parts of the country.
Each tree is different, even within the same type (cultivar). It also depends to some extent on climate as to how well they respond their first year with you, but most trees will need a year to settle in regardless before putting on a growth spurt. Others get going right away. They will all flower and fruit that same season — not always heavily, but don’t be disappointed if they don’t, for they will almost certainly make up for this the following year.
About the Content Writer of this Site: My Bio at a Glance
BSc(Hons), U.Syd. - double major in biochemistry and microbiology, with honours in microbiology
PhD, U.Syd - soil microbiology
Stumbled into IT and publishing of all things.
Discovered jujube trees and realised that perhaps I should have been an agronomist...
So I combined all the above passions and interests into this website and its blog and manuals, on which I write about botany, soil chemistry, soil microbiology and biochemistry - and yes, jujubes too!