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Rambutan

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aneh starts with ...
Im not sure if this has been ask before, but A: can rambutan be grown in perth or australia for that matter?, B: if so where can the plants be found?
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27th March 2009 4:52pm
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HappyEarth says...
Hi aneh,

Rambutan is very tropical and you will not be able to grow one in Perth. Perhaps in far north queensland?

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tr says...
Its the season now , yummy . Trees look amazing covered in fruit . Lychees taste a little better and will grow very well if not better in sub-tropics. Massive orchards around Childers .
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aneh says...
has anyone ever had any luck tried to grow the seeds from the fruit in the shops here?
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VLR says...
Someone in Riverton is growing rambutan, according to Neville Passmore (the guy from Garden Gurus). I like rambutan too and if the tree doesn't grow too big and I could find somewhere that actually sells them, I would probably try growing them too. I prefer them over lychees and longans because they don't taste as strong.
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