Mandarin - Pixie

$34.00

Late maturing Californian variety, seedless good flavour. Upright growth and vigorous.

Fig - Picone Green

$34.95

A favourite of local fruit enthusiast John Picone. This fig produces small fruit that is exceptionally sweet. Green skinned with dark red flesh, medium size fruit. Has a tendency to split.Sourced from Picone Exotic Orchards

Ceylon Hill Gooseberry

$14.90

An excellent ornamental shrub that produces a spectacular display of deep rose-pink or mauve flowers. Appearing throughout spring the flowers are followed by small round purple berries that have few seeds. The sweet berries are delicious eaten fresh or in Jams. They are similar in taste to blueberries and raspberries but they have thicker, richer juice. The bush is very frost hardy and will fruit as far south as Melbourne. It is often seen grown as a highly decorative hedge. Interestingly the shrub is also adapted to fire and will re-shoot vigorously if it is burnt. Weed Warning: Ceylon Hill Gooseberry is a highly attractive shrub very well suited to the subtropics. It isn't a weed in Australia, but has been recorded as a weed in parts of Florida, we recommend netting the shrub to reduce seed dispersal by birds.

Lemon Verbena

$17.90 ($14.75-$17.90 choose a size)

A deciduous shrub native to South America. It is an attractive plant with beautiful lemon scented leaves that can be used to flavour sweet and savoury dishes as well as making a refreshing herbal tea. Lemon verbena grows best is a sunny position in free draining moist soil. It does not tolerate frost but can be grown in a pot and protected on frosty nights. The attractive, delicate and fragrant white/mauve flowers are also used in teas and other culinary concoctions.
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Rosella

$12.90 ($2.90-$14.75 choose a size)

An attractive annual bushy shrub with flowers and fruit used to give colour and flavour to jams, fruit punches, sauces and desserts. A relative of the hibiscus family, best grown in rich soil in a sunny position.
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