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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.

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