Noni fruit

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Noni Fruit ripening on the Noni Fruit Tree

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First signs of the Fruit forming on the Noni Fruit Tree

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A very happy Noni plant growing well in a pot as shown by Daniel.

(7/10) A very happy Noni plant growing well in a pot as shown by Daniel.

Noni Fruit For Sale (Size: Medium)  (Grown from Seed)

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Leaf of the Noni Fruit

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Noni Fruit

Morinda citrifolia
Medicinally this odd looking, pungent fruit is said to cure everything from stone-fish wounds to digestive upsets to far more serious disease. A concoction from the bark, leaves, roots and fruit can be drunk. When ripe or overripe the skin of the fruit be... Read More

$19.90 ($19.75-$19.90 choose a size)

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We previously had the most to buy in Jan and Feb. They are unlikely to be available in Mar and Apr. Remember to click above to get notified when it is available once more.

Specifications of Noni Fruit

Preferred Climate TropicalLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) +10m

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 NSW, VIC, SA, WA, ACT

Suitability in Pots Yes

Water Requirements Moderate Watering

Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree? Semi Dwarf (2/3 Normal Size)

Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 4-5 Years

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

Preferred Soil Type Good Drainage

Soil pH Moderately Acidic (5.5-6.5), Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)

Fruiting/Harvest Months July, August, September

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Cinnamon Tree

$27.00 ($27.00-$49.00 choose a size)

Highly ornamental tree and the source of cinnamon spice. The beautiful red new growth is highly distinctive. The spice itself is the inner bark that is peeled from the branches after 2 years. Scrape the outer bark, then peel the inner bark, leave for a day so that the inner bark curls into cinnamon sticks as it dries. They are distinctive in the many layered quill they produce that, when crushed, will shard rather than snap. Cinnamon is a very elegant and useful aromatic, much kinder to the palate than other spices. It imparts a distinctively sweet flavour when used. The leaves themselves are higher in clove oil than cinnamaldehyde, the active component of the sweet aromatic scent of cinnamon. Weed Warning: Can be invasive in tropical areas

Drumstick Tree ( Moringa )

$14.90 ($14.75-$49.00 choose a size)

Also known as the Horseradish tree or Tree of Life. Possibly one of the most useful trees in the world, it produces long green pods that have been compared to a cross between peanuts and asparagus. The peeled roots are used as a substitute for horseradish and the edible leaves make a highly nutritious vegetable. Claims are made that its tiny leaves contains 7 times the Vit C of oranges, 4 times the Vit A of Carrots, 4 times the Calcium of milk, 3 times the Potassium of Bananas, and 2 times the protein of yogurt. The roots have also been documented as useful in many folk remedies. It originates in India and has spread in popularity to many parts of Asia, Central and South America, Africa and the Pacific. In Africa it has been also called the Miracle Tree with so many uses. This tree has delicate foliage and attractive pale yellow flowers. The slender, semi -deciduous, perennial tree, to about 10 m tall with drooping branches. Best kept pruned under 2mts as its the leaves that is what is best used in cooking. Thrives in subtropical and tropical climates, flowering and fruiting freely and continuously. Grows best on a dry sandy soil. Makes an ideal shade tree with high drought resistance. (Source: Nutritive Value of Indian Foods, by C. Gopalan) The foliage is delicate on young trees, and our potted plants are known for their older leaves to turn yellow and drop during transport to conserve energy. This is not a problem long term. With care and acclimatisation they will bounce back
Special Offer: Buy 2+ @$14.90ea usually:$24.00ea

Sugar Herb - Stevia

$17.75 ($17.75-$18.75 choose a size)

Stevia or the sugar herb is native to Brazil. The fresh or dried leaves can be used as a sugar substitute to sweeten cakes, drinks or desserts and are the only natural sweetener to have zero calories, carbohydrates and a zero glycemic index. The leaves if eaten fresh have a distinct set of flavours, the first sensation on the taste buds is the sweetness, this is followed by a pleasant aniseed like flavour which is lost totally once the herb is dried. Stevia is best grown in a sunny or partly shaded position where it is protected from frost. Thrives in moist, well drained soils enriched with humus. Ideal for pots, herb and kitchen gardens.The flowers will emerge from the ends of the stems throughout summer, and it does die back in winter but the plant is perennial and will bounce back in spring. The foliage is delicate on these young herbs, and our potted plants are known for their older, lower leaves to turn yellow and drop during transport to conserve energy. This is not a problem long term. With care and acclimatisation they will bounce back.
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Noni Fruit Reviews & Tips

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Peter Myers
★★★★★ 3y ago

Childers, QLD, Australia

Noni Fruit

Freeze Juicing: Put ripe (firm, part yellow, part green) Noni fruits in plastic bag, in freezer. Next morning, unthaw. When soft, place in blender; add 1+ cup of water per litre. Blend to puree like apple sauce; store in fridge. No smell, taste is ok.

Dahong CHEN
3y ago

Carlisle , WA

Noni Fruit

Noni tree

Gregory Harmer
4y ago

Darwin, NT, Australia

Noni Fruit

Noni Fruit has helped me with bowel problems and bloating in the gut I let it ripen and drink it like tea or coffee Yes smell is bit off but its worth it.

Ashlynn Anthony
5y ago

Melbourne, Vic, Australia

Noni Fruit

it smells really bad but my cat loves eating it...

Alex Jaidee
8y ago

Canada Bay, NSW, Australia

Noni Fruit

In Thai cooking - use the leave as the base for steamed fish curry (Red curry+coconut cream wrapped with banana leave), yummy.

Jarnie Birmingham
9y ago

Hazelbrook, NSW, Australia

Noni Fruit

Fresh noni leaves applied topically are good for joint inflammation but dried are not so good. Cover with boiling water for a few minutes to warm first.

Tara Emmerson
12y ago

Mt Martha, VIC, Australia

Noni Fruit

I have not grown the fruit (yet) but I have been told from people who have that noni has an affinity with citrus. Drink the noni juice with lemon or orange with a bit of honey. Very healing - similar to aloe vera but more powerful.

14y ago

Brisbane, QLD

Noni Fruit


David White
17y ago

Newcastle, NSW, Australia

Noni Fruit

Once you get your head around the smell (blue vein cheese in tom cat's pee) the flavour is really not too bad at all, though it's definitely an acquired taste. The tree does not do too well away from the tropics.

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