Monty’s Surprise Apple Trees

New Zealand

In New Zealand, most Garden Centres now stock Monty’s Surprise apple trees, or can order them in for you.

In Whanganui in winter we give away bare rooted Monty Surprise Apple trees. Contact us by email on mark@heritagefoodcrops.co.nz if you would like to come and collect a free tree from our Springvale orchard.

Sarah Frater, Edible Garden

New Zealand – for orders of 20 trees and above

Harrisons Trees 2007 Ltd

Australia

To obtain Monty’s Surprise apple trees in Australia:

PlantNet

United States

To pre-order Monty’s Surprise apple trees in the United States (these are still going through quarantine as at May 2019):

Michael Dolan, Burnt Ridge Nursery

Golden/Orange Tomato Seeds

New Zealand

The Trust makes seeds of these varieties freely available as a wellbeing initiative for all New Zealanders, and gratefully accepts any donations to help us continue our work. We will send you 5 varieties that we have selected. If you would like specific named varieties, you may request them, and we will do our best to provide them if seed is available.

To obtain seeds, please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to:

Heritage Food Crops Research Trust
126A Springvale Road
Whanganui 4501
New Zealand

International

If your country allows imports of tomato seeds, then we can send seed to you. However, the postage cost alone for a customs-declared envelope with tomato seeds is about $16.00. As such we require a donation from you to at least cover this postage cost. Please see our donation page.

Climbing Beans

For New Zealanders to obtain some of the Climbing Beans that we imported from North America:

Please send a stamped, self-addressed bubble bag, together with your request and names of any specific varieties you would like or preference for dry or green beans to:

Heritage Food Crops Research Trust
126A Springvale Road
Whanganui 4501
New Zealand

Any small donations to help us continue our work are greatly appreciated.