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Chewko 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.

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Pine Nuts trees Portugal

Pine Nut

An attractive large pine tree that bears cones of edible nuts considered a delicacy. Trees can be expected to start producing cones from about year 6. Each cone holds about 50 nuts and 100 kg of cones holds about 20 kg of nuts. Grows best in dry cold areas.
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$24.00 23 Seedling Large

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Grummichama fruit

Grumichama - Black

The tropical equivalent of the cherry. The purplish-black fruit 2cm diameter are produced in clusters. Flesh white, melting and tasty. Mostly used for fresh eating, but also highly prized for jams, jellies and pies.
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$17.90 0 Seedling Medium Email Me When Available In Production

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Pecan Nuts

Pecan - Riverside Seedling

Rootstock used for grafting pecan varieties onto. Strong growing seedling, also useful as a hardy shade tree and will produce nuts in 8-10years.
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$12.90 0 Seedling Small Email Me When Available In Production

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Small leaf tamarind

Small Leaf Tamarind

This small evergreen tree can be expected to reach 7-8m in an open garden environment providing a beautiful rich green spreading crown. As a mature tree will capture the eye with its interesting fruit from which the bright red-coated seeds emerge in mid summer. The tasty tangy fruit is a refreshing treat eaten raw or it can be used creatively in chutneys and sauces. Also makes a excellent specimen tub plant as a young tree.The first documentation of the Small Leaf Tamarind tree was in 1891. With only approximately 30 trees are left remaining in the wild of Northern NSW this endangered specie
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$3.90 0 Seedling xSmall Email Me When Available Seeking Propagation Material

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