Late season, large sweet+tart fruit with red/orange vertical streaky appearance on a yellow/green background. A seedling from the 'Lady Hamilton' apple. Named after Braeburn Orchard near Motueka, where it was first commercially grown.
Latin name Symphytum officinaleDetails Fantastic companion plant for forest gardens. Chop and drop through spring and summer to nourish adjacent trees and improve soil quality.Diameter 1.00Height (m) 0.5Family BoraginaceaePerennial Forest layer rhizospherePropigation method DivisionShade / Sun Full sun - part shadePrice $5.903 root pieces
Common name sunroot, sunchoke, earth appleLatin name Helianthus tuberosusDetails Easy to grow, highly productive plant that needs little care or watering. Produces tall leafy stems above ground and masses of knobbly, edible tubers.Forest layer rhizosphereEdible Seeds / nuts / tubers Propigation method TubersPrice $5.903 tubers
Details Propagate and grow your own babaco plants quick and easy with stem cuttings. Simply place the cutting 1 third into the soil (right way up) and keep damp in a sunny sheltered warm location. High success rate and should produce fruit in 12 - 18 months.Price $2.9015cm stem cutting