Woodbridge Fruit Trees

Woodbridge Fruit Tree Nursery are located in Tasmania and are renowned for their quality apple trees (among other fruit and nut trees). I first heard of them through a friend and have since worked in several gardens where the trees were bought from this nursery. All the trees are great quality and generally bear fruit in their second year. I just received an email advising me that they are accepting orders for 2011. The trees come bare rooted around late winter/early spring. This gives you plenty of time to get your soil prepared and trellises built. On their website you can view the apple trees in order of ripening which is a great help if you are planning on having apples through out the apple growing season. Certain apple varieties start to ripen around Christmas with some going through to Winter. Please contact me if you would like a trellis constructed for your 2011/2012 apple harvest.


About Healthy Harvest Kitchen Gardens

Healthy Harvest provides a permaculture-based kitchen garden service for existing food growers and people who are inspired to grow food. We sell fresh chemical-free seedlings, seeds and seasonal produce. We also provide educational workshops, courses, gardening consultations and services. We can help with new vegetable garden designs, maintenance of established gardens, or converting and improving existing gardens ready for growing food. Please see our website for more information: www.healthyharvest.com.au Check out our blog at https://healthyharvestnsw.wordpress.com/ for news and interesting bits and pieces.

Posted on April 4, 2011, in Fruit trees. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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