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Uki Plants - Most Popular

Most popular is what other people in your area are buying. Remember they may be experimenting and it may not mean they are suitable for this climate. To find out plants that suit your climate you can use our Choosing Fruit Trees Tool.

Include: Surrounding Suburbs (recommended) Plants not in stock

Popularity: 2

Nashi+Sunshu

Nashi - Tropical Sunshu

A superior low chill nashi suitable for subtropical areas, a vigorous selection that is self pollinating and will be highly productive within 2-3 years. The delicate beige speckled skin is attractive, the flesh is white, crisp and crunchy and melts in the mouth. Delicious eaten straight off the tree.
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$42.95 10 Grafted Large

Popularity: 1

Native+Gardenia+Flowers

Native Gardenia

An evergreen rainforest tree with attractive glossy foliage and highly perfumed, small, white, tubular flowers, in spring. They also produce a large, edible, yellow fruit. Ideal for large tubs, shade tree or somewhere the delicious scent can be enjoyed.
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$2.95 16 Seedling xSmall

Buy 8 or more @ $1.95ea

Popularity: 1

Lemon+Meyer

Lemon - Meyer

The popular Meyer is not a true lemon but likely to be a natural hybrid between a lemon and an orange. The lower acidity and reduced bitterness makes it one of the most widely grown home-garden varieties. Very hardy and prolific.
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$29.00 18 Grafted Large

Popularity: 1

Rosemary

Rosemary

A woody perennial herb with aromatic fragrant needle like leaves, native to the Mediterranean region.  Rosemary is a member of the mint family, the name rosemary comes from the Latin rosmarinus, meaning dew of the sea, apparently because they are often found growing by the sea. 
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$11.90 4 Cutting Medium

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