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Tropical fruit Trees or the 'exotics' grow naturally in lush forests where they are protected from cold winds and they thrive in warm and humid conditions. Growing conditions in home gardens vary substantially and will often determine the type of trees you can grow. Winter cold (chill factor), summer warmth (humidity and temperature) and the length of the frost-free season need to be considered. Many tropical fruits can be grown outside their ideal climate. We are constantly amazed by the fabulous home-orcharding success stories we hear from around Australia.

Ice Cream Bean Acerola - Florida Sweet Malay Apple
Panama Berry Peanut Butter Tree Black Pepper
Membrillo Kei Apple Chempedak
Mangosteen Purple Salak Amla
Achiote - Bixa Achacha Pineapple - Red
Yellow Mangosteen Edible Pandanus Abiu
Ambarella Natal Plum Pitomba
Star Gooseberry Mundu Purple Sugar Apple
Maprang (syn. Gandaria) Rambutan Indian Almond Tree
Santol Apple Cactus Madrono
Langsat Betel Nut Fijian Longan
Sea Grape Cherry of Rio Grande Elephant apple
Spanish Tamarind Lipote Plum Mango
Kepel Apple Nam Nam Giant Lau Lau
Brunei Cherry Bilimbi Rambai
Acai Palm Breadfruit Tree Canistel or Yellow Sapote
Carambola Star Fruit Dwarf Coconut Green Sapote
Imbe Jakfruit Jambolan Plum
Kwai Muk Lakoocha or Monkey Jack Mamey Sapote
Mango Tree Matisia Paw Paw
Poshte Rollinia Sapodilla
Soursop Star Apple Velvet Apple Tree
Wax Jambu