Wax Jambu

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Wax Jambu Fruiting on the Wax Jambu Fruit Tree

This fast growing tree bears attractive red pear shaped fruit that are juicy and crunchy and one of the most refreshing treats when eaten chilled on a hot summers day. The trees grow and crop abundantly in most subtropics conditions, provided they are protected from frost when young. The fruit can also be used to add texture to salads with a subtle compliment to the flavour.

Wax Jambu - Pink

$23.90 ($23.90-$79.00 choose a size)

Fast growing tree, attractive pink pear shaped fruit that are crunchy and refreshing on a hot summers day. Grows and crops well here in the subtropics as long as they are protected from frosts when young

Wax Jambu - Red

$40.95 ($23.90-$79.00 choose a size)

Red waxy skin with crisp white flesh. Highly ornamental as well as sweet and tasty. Fast growing tree bearing attractive red pear shaped fruit that is crunchy and refreshing on a hot summers day. A highly ornamental fruit due to its striking red colour.

Wax Jambu - White

$79.00 ($19.75-$79.00 choose a size)

A popular selection in Asia, the sweetest selection. Very similar to the Red Wax Jambu however has white waxy skin and is sweeter, but it is much more cold sensitive.

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For further information:

http://www.capetrib.com.au/waxjambu.htm

Wax Jambu - Pink

$23.90 ($23.90-$79.00 choose a size)

Fast growing tree, attractive pink pear shaped fruit that are crunchy and refreshing on a hot summers day. Grows and crops well here in the subtropics as long as they are protected from frosts when young

Wax Jambu - Red

$40.95 ($23.90-$79.00 choose a size)

Red waxy skin with crisp white flesh. Highly ornamental as well as sweet and tasty. Fast growing tree bearing attractive red pear shaped fruit that is crunchy and refreshing on a hot summers day. A highly ornamental fruit due to its striking red colour.

Wax Jambu - White

$79.00 ($19.75-$79.00 choose a size)

A popular selection in Asia, the sweetest selection. Very similar to the Red Wax Jambu however has white waxy skin and is sweeter, but it is much more cold sensitive.

Wax Jambu Reviews & Tips

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Liam Kett
3y ago

Cheltenham, VIC, Australia

Wax Jambu

Growing red syzygium semarangense purchased as cutting 165mm pot from Daleys. Planted against north facing brick wall, full sun. Moderate watering, sandy loam soil, ph6.5. Mulched. Tree is now 3+yo over 2m tall will 3 beautifull fruit almost ready to pick

Elke
9y ago

Dunbogan, NSW

Wax Jambu

I just saw a big tree on ANZAC parade in Kensington, assume it must be min 10 years old. LADEN with fruit!!! In a front yard, but not especially sheltered.

David Hatcher
9y ago

Bellmere/caboolture, QLD

Wax Jambu

This is grown through out the Pacific and is called Kavika or Kafika depending on which island and language is spoken.

Steven Lewis
11y ago

Quakers Hill, NSW, Australia

Wax Jambu

Keep well watered & fed. Two varieties I know are growing very well in Fairfield East/Villawood. One of the varieties in particular has very large white fruit. I have marcotted my own from well established trees. Be mindful of extremes in temps.

Andrew Jones
13y ago

Norwood, Adelaide, SA, Australia

Wax Jambu

Plenty of water and sun, excellent drainage- mine fruits in Adelaide

Edward Henner
14y ago

Carlingford, NSW, Australia

Wax Jambu

We have the pink variety in Sydney. It has grown to about 1 m and has already produced fruit. After winter it does drop some leaves, but gets new growth and so far seems to be doing OK.

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