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Ornamental fruit tree for Brisbane

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Daniel starts with ...
Hello - very new to this forum. I was wondering if someone could recommend an ornamental fruit tree (ideal 'weeping' if possible) approx 2 metres high to be planted in full sun here in Brisbane - just as a feature here at my home. planting for the look and not the fruit really. I initially thought the climate here would be too hot - however then I started reading a few comments.
Any help would be very much appreciated.
Thank you very much.
Tim
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Daniel
Wakerley Brisbane
17th November 2018 4:13pm
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Mango Mike says...
Tim.... Why not look at getting a finger lime....Won't weep but is bushy & will give many fruit without getting to big....
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19th November 2018 8:35am
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Daniel says...
Thanks very much Mike - I'll have a look. Much appreciated.
Cheers!
Tim
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echinopora says...
Jaboticaba are ornamental and grow slow enough to keep small. The red variety would be a good one. Also kumquats and calamondins (Nagami is sour&sweet, Meiwa is just sweet). Many of the Eugenias can be managed small. Brazilian cherry, grumichama, pitangatuba, Pitomba. I like the pitomba the best of the small Eugenias. Finger limes are nice, can get a little die back at times and are spikey as all hell.

If I was picking a tree for looks only it would be a red jaboticaba.
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