We’re here to help you grow fruit that tastes as amazing as you remember from your childhood.
These are some of our best resources, to support you on your journey.
5 Key Steps to Healthy Fruit Trees Webinar
Imagine how amazing it would feel if you knew what your fruit trees really need…
Caring for fruit trees often doesn’t come naturally, even to experienced gardeners.
There are so many things that can go wrong. Lack of fruit, or fruit that’s spotty or bug-infested. Confusion about pruning and how to stop trees getting too big. Not being sure if your fruit trees need more water—or maybe less….
In this free workshop, we’ll show you the answers to these problems (and many more).
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Subscribe to our Weekly Fruit Tips newsletter to help you keep your trees healthy and fruitful. You’ll soon be enjoying abundant harvests!
When you subscribe, you also receive our free ebook – 10 Key Steps to Growing Great Fruit (RRP $19.95) – a handy 10-step guide to making your fruit trees happy and healthy.
This useful ebook will give you answers about all the topics you need to know, from pests to pruning, and it’s completely free. Just fill out the form below to get instant access.
Do you want to make your garden as bee-friendly as possible?
This planting guide for European honeybees and Australian native pollinators by Mark Leech is invaluable. It’s a well-researched guide to the appropriate species to plant your climate is cool, temperate, humid, or arid.
This guide is chock-full of advice for creating bee-friendly gardens, urban areas, streetscapes, and rural settings. It includes a wide range of herbs, shrubs, and trees, both edible and non-edible.
The perfect companion to our ever-popular
Guide to Edible Flowering Plants.
This is your handy reference guide to all the topics to do with fruit trees.
Grow Great Fruit members can use it to discover which week they can look forward to reading each article, and locate articles from previous issues. Annual members can head straight to any article to read immediately.
The searchable index is categorised by topic, or you can search on keywords. It includes the home study topics and the audio and video articles.
Should you fertilise your fruit trees in spring? Yes, but its important to do it in a way that doesn’t damage the natural fertility system.
Flowers are a great way to identify mystery fruit trees in your garden, which will help you look after each of your trees the right way.
It’s easy to panic in spring, particularly if it rains a lot and your fruit is at risk. Ease the tension by celebrating the season.
If you're growing fruit, it's increasingly likely you'll have to manage some pretty wild weather at some point. More frequent extreme weather events are one of the impacts of our warming planet. So we accept that storms are not uncommon during the fruit season. On...
The story of how Queensland Fruit Flies meet, mate, and reproduce. Everything you need to know to learn how to beat these pests.
Well-known garden designer and writer Simon Rickard appreciates the effort involved in growing delicious, organic heritage stone fruit.