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Worongary 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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Brazilian Guava

Guava - Brazilian

Pear-shaped fruit, with yellow skin, thick, pale-yellowish flesh surrounding the white central pulp, excellent strawberry-like flavor. It contains numerous small, hard seeds and is quite firm even when fully ripe.
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$14.90 9 Seedling Medium

Popularity: 1

Grafted Avocados in deep 6 ltre bags

Planter Bags - 4 Litre

These planter bags are an ideal size to move young growing trees into and are ideal for growing deep rooted plants in. 30cm high x 15cm diameter, they are made from a durable plastic.  Sold in multiples of 10.
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$0.39 50   Planter

Popularity: 1

Riberry fruit and leaf flush

Lilly Pilly - Riberry

The small leaved lilly pilly produces masses of red pear shaped fruit. Its handsome purple-red growth makes this lilly pilly one of the favourites as an Edible Hedge. The fruit exhibits a juicy but slightly acidic finish. Which is reminiscent of cinnamon. It is a very popular ingredient in wild-food dishes.
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$3.95 286 Seedling xSmall

Popularity: 1

Burdekin Plum fruit

Burdekin Plum

This close relative of the Mango is a native tropical rainforest tree. The deep purple fleshy plum-like fruits need to be held for some days to soften and mellow. Early settlers (probably taught by the Aborigines) were known to bury them in the ground which had the effect of softening them and increasing palatability. The fruit can be eaten raw, or used in wines, jams and jellies. The burdekin plum is exceptionally hardy and can cope with long dry periods once it is established. It does however prefer free draining soil and lots of sunshine to perform well. Trees are monoecious and will usua
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$17.90 2 Seedling Medium

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