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I would really like to try this fruit before committing to growing it myself.

If anyone knows of where it is sold in Sydney, please let me know.
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nickg says...
I have for sale 5yo mature feijoa plants in pots which will fruit this year.if interested leave contact.
I am in Perth.
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nickg says...
PS Tommoz, if you like typical tropical fruits that are sweet and extra tastey,by all means taste a feijoa, but get one in the ground ASAP and you will never regret it.To me they rank with the best! mango,lychee,longan,custard apple etc.
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jon says...
Hi nickg are any of your feijoa plants cultivars?
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nickg says...
Jon, yes they are. The mother tree is 25 years old and over 4m tall.
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jon says...
Do you know what cultivar they are Nickg?
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nickg says...
Jon, no i do not know, all i know is that my tree is 25 years old , its mum is 40 years old [ propergated by my father in 1973 and still produces 20 plus kg of fruit each season] My trees have always produced fruit true to parents approx 10cm long and extra juicy.
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Db says...
How same (or different) feijoa is to guava taste? I'm growing 5 different types of guavas and thought feijoa might be similar taste so yet I've not purchased.

Also, where can I buy feijoa in or around Brisbane? I'm interested in tasting it too.. I've never seen it here.
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nickg says...
Db,feijoa do not taste like guava, they have that extra sweetness its hard to describe, but if enjoy guava,custard apple, mangos etc, get a plant asap.
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Tommoz says...
I've heard it tastes like a cross between a pineapple, guava and strawberry. Indeed the feijoa also goes by the name "pineapple guava."

I'm surprised many people say it tastes so good and yet I just can't buy the fruit anywhere in Sydney. Same situation with jackfruit. Perhaps it's the short shelf-life of feijoa.
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ivepeters says...
Db..
Would you be able to rate your guavas for me
thanks
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ivepeters says...
Db..
Would you be able to rate your guavas for me
thanks
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Db says...
Ivepeters, all of my guava trees are very young and I've not tasted any fruit yet from my trees, mexican cream guava is currently loaded with fruits in its first season but all fruits are small at this stage so I have yet to taste. Hawaiian also has one fruit but is small. Other varieties are recently planted in ground.
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VF says...
Db and Tommoz, last year you could buy Feijoa fruit at Coles. I think it was April-ish. Shouldn't be long anyway, as I've been getting some at local growers market for last couple of weeks.

But they don't all taste the same though, so don't judge by the first one you taste - some I bought last week had a too strong perfumey taste for me (my husband liked them though). The ones I got today are lovely. I don't know if they're different varieties, or just that the first crop was a bit unbalanced in flavour being first off the tree.
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Db says...
Where can I buy feijoa in Brisbane?
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Boris Spasky says...
Tommoz,
I would definitely try them first. I find that they are a polarizing fruit--people either love them or detest them.
Forget the supermarkets. Harris Farm sell them when they are in season. Last year I think the ones I bought came from NZ though. They don't keep too well and I'm not sure the demand is there on a commercial basis.

A heads up, they are a fruit fly magnet here (Sydney).
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VF says...
Here's an ok article about a Qld based organic feijoa orchard http://www.strayedtable.com/2013/01/19/local-farmers-sally-hookey-hinterland-feijoas/ . Db, if you then click on the highlighted green link in the article, it will take you to the growers website, and who sells their product (incl. Brisbane).
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Db says...
Excellent VF, thanks a lot.
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LJW says...
I generally don't advertise the feijoas I have for sale as the locals know where I am - since however I am growing them as both part of a long term experiment (16th year - about to start grafting favourites in readiness for PBR registration) to develop Australia-suitable cultivars, and as a community service (mostly for desperate Kiwis like myself who were raised on them), if you want some you can contact me on 0438726701 OR if passing 1985 The Northern Rd Luddenham NSW 2745 (main road between Campbelltown and Penrith, 50 minutes from city) come in (I sometimes put signs up, not Sundays) - I sell them by the bucket (abt 7kg) for $40, or $10 for a smaller container. It basically covers my annual water bill. I have about 70kg in the fridge at the moment. I should be harvesting about another tonne over the next 3-4 weeks. Demand, however is high, so probably best to call me! Potential growers welcome - I will give you a rundown on the ups-and-downs, and tips garnered over many years. Thanks,Leon.
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John Mc says...
Hey LJW,
Could you give us some tips on growing Fejoa's in Sydney? like, What and when you fertilise? how much/often you water, how do you control fruit fly? and any other tips up your sleeve you might like to share.
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Db says...
Couple of weeks back I paid top $$$ to taste feijoa fruit for the first time ($14.50/kg). Personally I didn't liked the taste at all (but that's just me).. All the fruits that I bought tasted exactly same and had weird turpentine kind of taste... Today again I tasted feijoa in one market here (so mostly different source from first one) and it again tasted same like before... Looks like feijoa is not for me...
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kim says...
I too don't find the taste exceptional, but some family members like the fruit, that's why i'm growing two shrubs.
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MaryT says...
I saw feijoa at Woolies, Neutral Bay.
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Tommoz says...
@ John Mc

Leon has written a fairly lengthy post about growing feijoa on another blog: http://feijoafeijoa.wordpress.com/2011/09/13/places-to-buy/
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Tommoz says...
Tasted some feijoa fruit from Harris Farm Market. Wasn't overly impressed. To me, the closest taste would be to a passionfruit.
But there is apparently variability between the cultivars, will be interesting to see what my Unique throws up.
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Jason says...
The next town up from me has Feijoa's as a street tree in one area!:). You can take a stroll and do a variety selection from a 100 trees right there and then and grab some buckets of fruit while you are there. Some of them are very large and good. I'm amazed some people haven't tasted such a common tree and old fashioned fruit (mostly grown for an ornamental here). Not many people eat them so there's plenty around
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Mummytobe says...
Anyone in Perth selling feijoa's? Don't want trees just keen on paying $$$$$ for bags of fruit
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freddyg says...
I haven't seen feijoa for sale in Perth, why not put in an advanced tree and you will have all the fruit you want next summer!
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Debbie mc says...
How much are you plants please
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Danny333 says...
Hi Mummytobe, Feijoa fruit can be bought in Perth at the Asian shops inside Carousel shopping center Canningvale. They are $5 per punnet (600 grams)
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jessiemay says...
Hi nickg - do you still have plants for sale?? my partner and I are keen to find some plants - I'm a kiwi and would like to have a tree in the back yard for our children growing up :)
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Anonymous says...
How to Grow Feijoa's from Seed. - YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBvURTgBqyM
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snottiegobble says...
I saw some feijoas hanging off trees at Margaret River that were as big as passionfruit! Is this the norm for them these days?
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freddyg says...
Hi Jessiemay,
You buy a couple of advanced trees and you, your partner and kids will get the first taste of them this time next year, guaranteed, or you get come and beat me up, Heh!heh! I live down the road in Gwelup
My email nickgiancola54@gmail.com
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nickg says...
Hi Jessiemay,
Yes i still have some.
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rachelisakiwi says...
hi Nick, I am keen on Some feijoa trees. please let me know details on how to contact you.

thanks
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rachelisakiwi says...
my mother is postsing up photos of the biggest, most yummy looking feijoas on facebook! we would use so much money ifwe were to buy the fruit here. and it still wouldn't satisfy the craving for it! we have seven in our family, I think the best way would be to just by some trees!
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ringelstrumpf says...
Why don't you simply order some here? I mean there is enough variety and mine are doing well, even though I have planted them in shade. IMO they love manure.
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nickg says...
Hi Rachelisakiwi,
I have trees that will be in fruit begining of May next year.
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Mummytobe says...
Hey danny333 yeah I found they had some at Malaga markets for 9.99 a kg. I bought a entire box for $90 :) was worth the runs in the end lol
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freddyg says...
Hi GUYS,
I have plenty of mature trees will fruit this year guaranteed!
Nick 0488 026 614 Perth.
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Boris Spasky says...
You paying Daleys to advertise here?
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Izzi Dole says...
Tommoz:I have never tasted a Fejoi. But once about 10 years ago I bought a plant from Bunnings mistaking it for a gauva plant because the name tag said Pineapple gauva and the branches and leaves very much resembeled a gauva plant.It grew very quickly and reached about half a metre in less than 18 months but was disappointed that there were no fruits yet.Frankly speaking I spoke to the plant one day and said that if I don't see any signs of fruit soon that I was going to chop you off.Eventually one day when I decided to remove it to my dismay I found there were young fruits hidden away but it was too late.Even today I am still baffled as to where did those fruits come from nowhere and I still feel very guilty.But now the Indian Gauva tree has taken that spot and bears abundant of large fruits the size of a tennis ball.You can buy ripe jak fruit as well as for cooking from the Flemington Markets in Sydney on a Saturday before they close the gates by 2.00pm.There are two vendors a Vietnamese and a Fiji Indian selling it somewhere midway inside the markets itself parallel to the overhead car park bordering the western side.I think the season has just ended but you might still be able to get it if you are lucky.I saw a Jak fruit tree laden with fruits on a visit to Kuranda on the steepest railway in Cairns.
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Chris says...
Well my 2 feijoa trees have arrived from Daleys. In excellent condition I must say and they were very healthy specimens. Any suggestions on planting them out? Should I wait until Spring perhaps?
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casper says...
Hi Tommoz

Martellis at Rouse Hill had Feijoas for sale yesterday - I don't where you are located though!
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LJW says...
Hi All,

The feijoa trees in the orchard have finally finished fruiting (there are still two with fruit on though), and I'm down to the last 30kg of fruit in the fridge (not for sale, sorry). The year has been good - Squashed into less than 1000 square metres, a quarter acre, the trees produced nearly an even tonne of fruit which were quickly snapped up by the locals (and a few who made pilgrimages to get some).

So many have asked how to get fruit out of their trees that I am likely going to run some workshops in Spring - please email me at leon.wilson@pf1.com.au to register your interest.
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LJW says...
Hi Chris, I'd plant them out now - and if they are big enough/old enough to fruit (approx. 17mm diameter trunk, 10cm above the ground, at least 3 years since graft or 6 years if a seedling) apply a high potassium fertiliser at the end of winter (late August). My feijoa trees enjoy 4 growth spurts per year - approximately one per season, and putting yours in the ground will help them to settle down before the spring growth spurt starts (and flowering, if any, occurs)...
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TMary says...
My Unique from Daleys is fruiting and these have fallen from the tree. They are rather small and I can't tell if they are ripe. Any ideas?
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TMary says...
Ok I have cut them open and they are both over ripe, I would say. Smells fragrant but I don't think they would be good to eat at this stage.
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Chris says...
Any problems with fruit fly Mary?
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MaryT says...
Chris I have them in organza bags so they were safe from fruit flies but I do have fruit flies about and anything that is not bagged gets stung. Worst is my rocotto chillies; every single chilli gets stung multiply times; I am not sure if I should get rid of it because they attract ff or if I should keep them to be the sacrificial fruit. My quinces also got destroyed because foolishly I took the bags off them after some heavy rain and the bags were stuck to the fruit. Luckily I have been able to eat most of my figs; the damage is minimal - they were bagged; ditto the guavas.
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Emmakw says...
Hey my Dad grows them in Western Sydney (Luddenham), 200 plants been growing for ten years (also started in Dural..). Swing me an email if you're interested in buying some and getting to know more about the fruit
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KinrossFi says...
Hi wondering if anyone in Perth selling feijoa trees?
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hans-joel says...
Hello you wouldn't have any feijoa fruit that you want to part with?
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Chrismata says...
Yes I am keen to buy some plants
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nicg says...
Hi Guys,
I have potted Feijoa here in Perth,
Small to extra large.
Email nickgiancola54@gmail.com
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AdamH says...
Hello,
I miss these little guys from NZ. Anyone know where to buy plants in Sydney? Buying fruit singularly is a bit uneconomical...
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Waterfall says...
In Sydney Canley Vale nursery has a lot in stock at the moment, good size too. Also sunrise nursery at Helensburgh has them quiet cheap. I bought one last week from them and ordered a grafted one from Daleys this week. The plan is to plant them next to each other as a edible hedge and hope for some cross pollination.
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AdamH says...
awesome thanks so much!!!
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MalS says...
Hi nickg, just came across this forum. Do you still have mature feijoa plants for sale?
If so, I would be interested in getting one.
Many thanks,

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Bron357 says...
Hi, we have a old giant tree (8 meters or more) in our backyard. For years these "green bombs" have been falling into our garden. I have just realised what they are. If anyone in Sydney's inner west would like the fruit when it's ready, email me. We were going to have it cut down because of the hundreds of "green bombs" landing onto the roof/ garden but kept it cause the lorikeets feed on the flowers. Didn't know it was an edible fruit that people might like! Cheers
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nicg says...
Hi Mal S
Just saw your post yes i have mature and young Feijoa Fruit Trees.
You can contact me on 0403256679 or
nickgiancola54@gmail.com
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15th February 2015 6:32pm
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GoneTroppo1 says...
G'Day

I'll be back in Canberra next week where my grandparents have a few Feijoa trees that were starting to fruit a couple weeks ago.

I'll be bringing back bags of fruit to Sydney as of about the Thursday following and can bring you some cuttings along with fruit if you need them.

Please feel free to pop me a message and I'll sort out getting you the cuttings and plenty of fruit.

Cheers
Paul - Sydney
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15th February 2015 8:35pm
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Tommoz says...
Hi Paul. Clicking your profile goes to Diane81s page... Can you send me an email please.
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15th February 2015 9:42pm
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cinterella says...
Hi anyone able to supply feijoa fruit in perth in bulk amounts? Thanks
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23rd February 2015 1:54am
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Feijoa joe says...
My name is Joe , I live in Perth and after lots of frustration trying to get good feijoa fruit IV decided to start my own orchard. It might take a couple of years to get going but I will be able to supply bulk fruit and I plan to make jam soap ice cream and anything else feijoa. I intend to also be organic certafied.

So if you are in Perth keep me in mind for the years to come please
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Morley
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BeerLuva says...
Hi everyone,

I work for a brewery in Sydney and we're looking at making a feijoa beer but for this we need a lot of them. Is there anyone here who knows where we can buy these in bulk?
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31st October 2016 9:20am
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Tommoz says...
I believe Leon Wilson had over a hundred trees out near Penrith. leon.wilson@pf1.com.au

or get a shipment from hinterlandfeijoas.com.au. They are on the Sunshine Coast and the season starts in March.
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