Now Taking 2024 Orders
ll trees are grafted late spring-early summer 2023 and will flower in spring the following year 2024 (the year of delivery).
Fruit develops over that summer for harvest in late summer-late autumn 2025..
Trees are delivered bare-rooted and dormant (no leaves) in August/September 2024.
ORDER OPTION 1
ORDER ONLINE HERE
and lock in price of tree(s) and cost of delivery by paying fully upfront.
ORDER OPTION 2
Prefer to put down a 20% deposit only for now? (Balance not due until ready to ship.)
Request an invoice by email — please advise name, delivery postal address, and the tree(s) you wish to order.
- Admiral Wilkes NEW FOR 2024!
- Li #2 (now out of stock for season)
- Sherwood (a thornless tree)
- Si-Hong (now out of stock for season)
- Silverhill (also known as Tigertooth)
- Suimen (also known as Shuimen)
Bare-rooted trees are:
- $120ea plus shipping
shipping is per order, not per tree.
For the vast majority of orders (six trees or less, and not requiring a courier) this will be:
- $27 to Sydney
- $37 to regional NSW, ACT and metro Victoria
- $40 to regional Victoria
- grafted onto rootstock,
- about knee-height (will vary tree-to-tree, but typically from 40 to 60 cm from tip of tree to end of roots),
- delivered bare-rooted and dormant (no leaves)
Larger orders of mostly hip-height trees sent via courier can be arranged — please enquire with your requirements.
We deliver to the ACT, NSW and Victoria, but not within the Pest Free Area (PFA) of NSW and Victoria owing to quarantine restrictions.
We also do not deliver to Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania or Western Australia owing to quarantine restrictions.
Delivered Bare-Rooted and Dormant
These are representative of what your trees will look like (and yes, the ‘Li’ tag does have a larger font than the others!).
Shown here are a Li (right, about 35 cm from tip to root ends), a Silverhill (left, about 50 cm from tip to root ends) and a Shanxi-Li (middle, about 60 cm from tip to root ends).
This does not mean that all Lis are the smallest — any cultivar could be any length within this range.
Don’t be put off by their pathetic appearance here! Once they come out of dormancy they can really get growing — as shown here.