Very similar to the Lisbon only with smaller thorns. You can also place phone order & pickup with limited contact (even after hours) or place phone order & we can organise freight (min costs apply). There are so many wonderful food trees to grow in the tropics. Utilize sweet-tart fruits for cuisine or ... An abundance of medium sized, golden-yellow lemons adorn evergreen, semi-dwarf tree nearly year round. These pineapple plants are really enjoying their situation and they will produce a dream, astoundingly-tasty pineapple in the coming summer or the summer after that. A popular Asian fruit used as a vegetable. It has a great variety of uses and will be a great addition especially to a fruit/vegetable garden. Grapefruit Marsh: The traditional yellow grapefruit. Like all the grapefruit varieties here it makes a very good small tree with dark green foliage and colourful fruit. I often have Acerola (Barbados Cherry) $10, Achacha (Achachairú) $10, Chempedak (Cempedak) $15, Passionfruit $5, Rollinia $10, Jaboticaba $10, Jackfruit $15, Durian $15, Coffee $5, Miracle Fruit $10, Dragon Fruit $10, Canistle (Canistel) $10, , Peanut Butter Fruit $10, Tamarind $10, Kwai Muk $10, Abiu $10, Guava $10, Miracle Fruit:- Plant in Pot. Make your own coffee. Produces beans that will allow you to become a chocolate maker. Plants grow to be small to medium trees bearing pleasant fruit that looks like a Christmas cherry. It comes from Bolivia. Black Genoa Fig. Dig up and pick up yourself in doveton for 400 after December 10th. Carambola:- (AKA Starfruit:- AKA Five Corner:-) Plant in Pot. As a result, everything tastes sweet. Pulp between beans can be eaten as a fruit and is quite tasty. This variety is an early to mid fruiter with few seeds. Lime Tahitian (Citrus aurantifolia): This is the classic ‘beer and cooking’ lime. Lane’s Late Navel: As the name suggests one of the navel varieties of oranges. The world is full of amazing plants. Grows into a good shaped small tree. This plant is similar to the lychee but with a longer fruiting season and with less trouble getting a good crop. $30 Traditionally used in Asian in temples as offerings. Copyright © 2020 Green Acres Nursery & Supply. Sometimes referred to as a Tangor as it is crossed with an orange. A nice flavoured fruit with leaves slightly rounder than other mandarin varieties. Dwarf Kumquat Calamondin $ 46.95 ($ 46.95 -$ 79.00 choose a size) In the Philippines it is referred to a as Calamansi, where the acid pulp is used to make chutney, marmalade or as a lime substitute. The fruit is lightly flavoured and is great in salads. QUALITY PLANTS & GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE- Trade & Public Welcome! $40 Come and browse around the huge plant display area. Very popular in backyards around Australia. Bay leaf tree $35 This mid season variety provides a great companion to the Imperial variety which has early season fruit. Nagami Kumquat are remarkably cold hardy tree , it produces oval shape fruit the entire fruit is eaten. Pale yellow, seedless grapefruits ripen in spring. The fruit is more Mandarin sized although not as sweet as some mandarin varieties. Citrus kumquat ‘Nagami’ Dwf • Mature Height: 6′ • Mature Width: 4′ • Light Requirements: Full to part sun • Water Requirements: Regular water • Fertilizers: Dr Q’s Citrus Food, 14-7-7, Dr Q’s Organic Citrus Food 8-4-4 Tasty, handsome fruit with lots of juice. We accept Eftpos, credit card or cash payments. Eureka lemon Getting delicious mangos from your own tree is great. Look Here! Logout tree $30 This is a heavy-bearing, attractive tree that is nearly impossible to kill. Bright red, sweet grapefruits with yellow-orange rinds ripen in spring.... Semi-dwarf, nearly thornless citrus yields an abundance of medium sized, yellow lemons almost year round. HS103, HORSESHOE DRIVE NURSERY, 15 Horseshoe Drive, MUDGEERABA invites you to come and check out our range of smaller shrubs that only grow to a height of around 1 to 1.5 metres or less. It is a great fruiting tree that bears several crops per year. Please check with your local cooperative extension for the best growing practices in your neck of the woods.