Nut Tree varieties for sale in Australia. Pecan Nut Trees, Macadamia, Almond Trees, Cashew Nut Trees for commercial use and the home garden.
Although not the most commonly grown tree in the home garden, some such as Chestnut trees are popular as they also make great shade trees. Other nut trees have great flowers, such as the Almond trees, if you choose the right tree, they can be dual purpose.
Nut tree types varieties and nurseries in Australia. With the Macadamia as an Australian Native Nut Trees and the climate to grow many other nut trees including pistacio, pecan, almond. hazelnut and walnuts many Australian backyards feature a nut tree of some sort.
With the Macadamia Nut being a successful commercial crop in Queensland and Northern NSW, Australia is yet to reach its potential in nut production.
Choosing the Right Nut Tree
- Choose the right tree for you climate.
- Choose a tree that is the right size for you garden or orchard.
- Choose one that is easy to harvest and process.
- Choose a a variety that you like to eat.
Nuts are used widely as a food source and as an ingredient for cooking in many cultures, some nut trees can be successfully grown in the back yard
Nut Fruit Trees are available for sale from the folowing nurseries and growers
Mail order fruit tree nursery with over 200 temperate climate fruit trees.
Heritage varieties and dwarf fruit trees. Apple Trees, Stone Fruit, Nut Trees and Berry Fruit.
Carey Gully, Adelaide Hills.
Family business selling a large range of deciduous trees in pots 1-4m high. Crepe myrtle specialist. Includes Ornamental pears & plums, Red maples, Japanese maples, Gingko, Cercis, Ash, Birch, Crab apples, Weeping cherries, Gleditsia, Liquidambar and more. Hedging plants, evergreen trees & fruit trees.
55 McDougal Rd Neerim South Victoria 3831 PH: (03) 56281507
Advanced ornamental trees and garden designs and concept plans. Direct to your property combined with specialist knowledge and outstanding service.