Fruiting Trees

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Tropical fruit

 Tropical Fruit

Acerola Cherry
Apple -Tropical 
Custard apple
Carob Bean (Ceratonia Siliqua)
Coffee (Coffea Arabica)
Black Sapode
Bread Fruit (Artocarpus Altilis)
Dwarf Tropical Apple- Anna  and Golden Dorsett 
Figs- Black Genona & Brown Turkey 
Finger Limes
Guavas- Thai white, Yellow, Red cherry, 
Lychee Tree -Bosworth3/ Kwai Mai Pink
Mullberry- Standard &  Dwarf
Peacan Nut
Peach -Tropical
Paw Paw
Queensland Macadamia Nut
Sour Sop (Annona Muricata)
Star Fruit (Carambola)
Star Apple (Chrysophyllum Cainito)
Ice Cream Bean (Inga Feuilleei)
White Sapode (Casimiroa Edulis)






















Kwai mai pink in 250mm potsTropical apple AnnaTropical PeachGuava strawberry hawaiian in140mm pots

Carambola in 180mm potsMulberiesApples

Grafted Stone Fruit

Grafted Stone Fruit

Sheppard- pear shaped green skinned, smooth skin, buttery flesh, fruit Feb-April
Hass -ovid shaped, pebbly skin turns purple when ripe, creamy texture, fruit Sept-Jan


Bowen- Kensington Pride excellent flavour,very juicy, aromatic, Height 10m
R2 E2 sweet fruit, more flesh than seed, slight fibre, mid season, 6-10m
Palmer sweet, smooth, fiberless, Height 2 -5m
Glen sweet, juicy, fibreless, orange pink blush, early summer, 3-4m
Nam Dock Mai green yellow skin, sweet, juicy, fibreless, mid season, 6-10m
Keitt bright green when ripe, fibreless, hint of lemon undertones, Height 2-5m

 Wurtz Avocado 


Grafted Citrus Fruit

Grafted Citrus Fruit 

Washington Navel- sweet, juicy, large seedless fruit, April-May
Valencia- (plus seedless varities) widely grown, juicy and sweet, Aug-Oct
Emperor- puffy easy peel skin, good flavour, few seeds, ripens winter after Imperial
Imperialeasy peel juicy strong flavour, few seeds, ripens Aut- early Winter.
Hicksons-  Heavy fruiting, superb juicy flavour, medium size fuit and easy pee
Honey Murcott -Small to medium size fruit, with yellow -orange skin, smooth easy peel skin, it has some seeds, its rich flesh is honey sweet and juicy.
Eurekalarge thick skin, strong acid juice great for cooking, fruits all year round
Lisbon- thin skin, good juicy and high acid content, ripens Winter-Spring, thorns
Meyer- small bush, softer skin, juicy, sweeter, less acid, fruits all year round
Tahitian- juicy seedless limes, if left on tree to yellow will become more juicy, Aut-winter

Kaffir- double lobed leaves used for cooking, fruit has little juicy good for zesting

Finger Limes
Grape Fruit
Rio Red- red flesh, sweeter than others, ripen in July Aug,
Other Citrus
Pummelo Carters Red






























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Frequent Asked Questions

frequent asked questions

Here are some frequent asked questions and answers regarding growing and maintaing fruit trees.

  • What causes the distortion and curled leaf on new growth of my orange and lemon tree?

This is caused by citrus leaf miner which attacks new growth by creating shallow tunnels and mines on the leaves. The night time tiny moth does not do the damage but its larvea. They curl the leaf over as they pupate for protection. This will not kill the plant, but will reduce crop and stunt growth. The most vulnerable time for the plant is in summer, so prune flush new growth then.

Prune affected leaves and spray first thing in the morining with pyrethrum and neem oil which makes condiotns unfavorable for the moth to lay her eggs.

To make a homemade solution; Pour 2 cups of vegetable oil and ½ cup of dishwashing liquid into a jar, mix it well then add 1 tbsp of concentrate to 1 litre of water. Spray on to the top and bottom of the leaves. 

  • I live in Townsville where there is dense heavy clay soil, how do I grow citrus on this?

Avoid just digging a hole and placing the plant in it with new soil. The larger and depper the area you can prepare the better it is for the tree- Its all about preparation! You will need to dig in gypsum and compost into this area. If you are on flat ground there is no harm in planting 1/2 the root ball below the soil level and backfill with some good soil, clay and compost. Always mulch regularly and stake the tree well to allow for growth of good feeder roots.

  • I have tried to grow avocado trees but they keep wilting and dying. How can I remedy this?

Avocado trees need well draining soil. If they become waterlogged anerobic bacteria will rot the roots. Hass avocados have a deep tap root so prepare the soil as above. Young avocado trees are susceptible to sunburn, wind and damage from frost so a small shelter while they establish is a very good idea. Mulch well over the surface area. You will need a regular supply to ensure humus is continually building in the soil and make them withstand insect and fungi attack. The feeder roots of Avocado trees will grow just below the leaf litter layer and so a good layer of mulch is the best way of ensuring these roots stay healthy and white. Fertilise with blood and bone, granulated chicken manure and add potash as a side dressing once a year.