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Ripens late Feb - early March in Harcourt. Prized English eating variety. Medium sized apple, yel..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens March in Harcourt. A very old English variety dating from 1580, it is a medium sized desse..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens late March to early April in Harcourt. Fujis originally come from Japan but very popular i..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens late March to early April in Harcourt. Fujis originally come from Japan but very popular i..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Royal Gala cultivar. Ripens in February. Lovely early season apple, skin is orange to pink and st..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens in February. Lovely early season apple, skin is orange to pink and stripey. Flesh is sweet..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens in March in Harcourt. An old American variety dating from the late 1800’s. A pale green ap..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens in March in Harcourt. An old American variety dating from the late 1800’s. A pale green ap..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens April in Harcourt. Almost universal polliniser, so a very useful addition to any garden wi..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens April in Harcourt. Almost universal polliniser, so a very useful addition to any garden wi..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Heritage apple over 200 years old. Large, flat, conical fruit, greeny yellow skin with red stripe..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Heritage apple over 200 years old. Large, flat, conical fruit, greeny yellow skin with red stripe..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens March in Harcourt. An old American variety developed in the early 19th century. A great fa..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
Ripens March in Harcourt. An old American variety developed in the early 19th century. A great fa..
$25.00
Ex GST: $22.73
A great solution for small yards, both varieties are grafted onto the same tree. Pink Lady pollin..
$30.00
Ex GST: $27.27

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