Abiu Fruit split in half revealing the translucent flesh picture taken at Tropical Fruit World in NSW Australia

(1/11) Abiu Fruit split in half revealing the translucent flesh picture taken at Tropical Fruit World in NSW Australia

YouTube: Abiu exploring this delicous subtropical fruit tree

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Abiu Fruit

(3/11) Abiu Fruit By Sherry [All Rights Reserved, Used By Permission] (Photo Credits)

Abiu Tasting and growing Guide

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Andrew with a large Abiu Fruit infront of the Abiu tree at Tropical Fruit World in NSW Australia

(6/11) Andrew with a large Abiu Fruit infront of the Abiu tree at Tropical Fruit World in NSW Australia

Abiu Fruit Trees growing at Tropical Fruit World in Australia

(7/11) Abiu Fruit Trees growing at Tropical Fruit World in Australia

Shows what a ripe and ready to pick Abiu on the fruit tree looks like at Tropical Fruit World in NSW Australia

(8/11) Shows what a ripe and ready to pick Abiu on the fruit tree looks like at Tropical Fruit World in NSW Australia

Abiu For Sale (Large)

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Leaf of the Abiu

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Abiu For Sale

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Pouteria caimito
A smooth, brilliant yellow fruit with sweet translucent flesh. It has delicious flavour reminiscent of creme caramel and a texture that is extremely smooth and luscious. The fruit is considered a delicacy for those who can grow it successfully, and it th... Read More

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Specifications of Abiu

Preferred Climate Tropical, SubtropicalLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 2-5m

Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Likes Temps above 5deg

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Quarantine Restrictions to these Areas WA

Water Requirements Moderate Watering

Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 5+ Years

Sun or Shade Full (Sun:80%-100%)

Preferred Soil Type Perfect Drainage (Sand/Volcanic)

Soil pH Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)

Fruiting/Harvest Months February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October

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Abiu Reviews & Tips

Star Rating

★★★★★ 8months ago



Great tree

★★★★★ 10months ago



The tree is growing well in good condition. Can't wait to try the fruit.

★★★★★ 1y ago

DULONG, QLD, Australia


I had never heard of it previously but it sounded interesting and like something worth trying.

★★★ 1y ago

brisbane, qld, Australia


My seedling abiu is about 5 years old and 2m by 2m. For the past three years it has flowered. Every year the flowers fall off without producing fruit. It seems that these trees really need cross pollination.

★★★★★ 3y ago

Cooroy, Qld, Australia


A great tasting quality fruit for the tropics & subtropics! I have a single 2m high seedling tree that bears more than a dozen large delicious fruit per year. I rate them so highly, I recently planted 2 more trees.

Amelie Barrett
4y ago

Port Douglas, QLD, Australia


Abiu is perfect for icecreams and we make our traditional recipie every year!

★★★ 4y ago

SUNBURY, VIC, Australia

Extremely ambitious but growing in a half wine barrel in Melbourne. Rock retaining wall on one side and brick wall on other to retain heat around it.  Fingers crossed.

Vojtech Hlinka
6y ago

Barellan Point, QLD, Australia


To me it tastes like caramel mixed with a persimmon background. It does have a stickiness to the fruit so will stick tissues etc. to fingers. It is hard to wash off but after a few minutes the stickiness disappears by itself.

Tanny Lee
9y ago

Kuching, SARAW


I love the Abiu fruits very much. I am having 6 trees and all of them are bearing fruits now. I will propogate them and will plant many more

Scott Pointing
11y ago

Beerwah, QLD, Australia, Australia


Seedling trees are fine so long as you plant two together so they can cross pollinate.



★★★★ 11y ago


Bought 2 of these from Daleys in Sept 2012. Apparently they pollinate better with each other. The fruit I am yet to taste but it sounds divine, as it is said by some to taste like lemon merange pie! Abiu is a cousin of the spectacular Star Apple tree, ...




★★ 11y ago

WALLARAH, NSW, Australia

Satisfaction level with this plant will rise when I see fruit starting to form on the branches. I have high hopes for this one, it's growing way out of it's comfort zone, namely, I'm just an hours drive north of Sydney.. It doesn't quite frost here but...

11y ago

Singapore, AMK


My family grows an Abiu tree in our backyard and my dad loves it especially for its sweet caramel-like taste! It grows well here in Singapore because of the all year round tropical climate.

11y ago

Singapore, SG


Hi can anybody share how the name "abiu" come about? My dad has planted a abiu fruit tree in his garden and is keen to learn more about the fruit and the tree. I would also like to ask on behalf of him if anybody knows where the Brazil plantations of Abiu

★★★ 12y ago


I love the idea of caramel fruit! The tree is very tall and top heavy though so not sure how it will go - it looks very flimsy.

Mike Trenerry
12y ago

Cairns, QLD


Z4 and e4 varieties grow well in my yard in Cairns fruiting several times a year.They are tough and can be pruned short.

13y ago

Melbourne, VIC


Grows well in a conservatory here in Melbourne.

Thomas Phung
13y ago

El Monte, CA


The Abiu temperter 30f above if u live cold place use hay around the tree.





★★★★★ 14y ago

Keperra, QLD, Australia

Nice looking tree. Quite quick growing. I had it in an exposed spot and it grew quickly (contrary to popular thought) it flowered but set no fruit. I moved it to a prime spot to try to get it to set fruit and it is flowering again spring 2011.


14y ago

Wakeley, NSW, Australia

Couldn't survive the frosts

Noel Ramos
14y ago

Coral Springs, FL US


Abius grow well here in South Florida USA and I have several fruiting seedling trees. Both produce large quality fruit with a delicious vanilla-coconut flavor. Takes about 3 years from seed to produce.

★★★ 14y ago

Bluewater, QLD, Australia

Steadily growing.

★★ 14y ago

Worongary, QLD, Australia

Died due to lack of watering.

14y ago

Unanderra, NSW, Australia

Too cold in Wollongong for abiu but I thought Id give it a go.

14y ago

Davao City, DAVAO


Hey Goldie, I got Abiu seeds as a gift from my uncle, loved the fruit! am in Davao, Phils and am interested in getting tips how I can grow these... can you help me with info or any sites / articles that would give me some info 'bout it?

Goldie Alaban
15y ago

Lagunaphilippines, 4031


Abiu can be also grown in the Philippines. inarching as an asexual propagation method is practiced to make trees bear fruits earlier. :)

Scott Cox
16y ago

Melbourne, VIC, Australia


The Abiu is one of the most delicious fruits I've ever tried. I encountered them whilst in Brazil. I just bought one for my mother in law in QLD and wish I could grow them here in Melbourne.

Pancy Siam
17y ago

Singapore, 065


My country suggest that it has a mango and honey flavour

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