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FamilyVarietyFull Size - MetersMin Temp ToleratedDescriptionSizePriceQuantity
BANANAMUSA: DWF ORINOCO3m x 3m10'C[Cavendish] The 'Dwarf Orinoco' is a small vigorous plant that is solid green and has a thick stem. It is a heavy bearer of thick skinned fruit of very good eating quality. There is very little curvature to the fruit and the fruit can ripen on the plant without splitting. 'Dwarf Orinoco' versatility make them popular in many regions of the world. The plant is hardy and withstands cold temperatures and wind, but may be supported when carrying large heads of fruit.1 Gal$50
2 Gal$69
BANANAMUSA: GRAN NAIN3m x 3m10'C[Cavendish] A very attractive, solid green banana up to 6 feet tall that is the producer of the famed delicious "Chiquita" bananas. These choice, very large heads of edible fruit are seedless and of the highest quality, taste is sweeter when picked ripe from the plant vs, green from the store. It is a quick ripening variety that is borne in racemes weighing 20-25kg (40-60lbs) each. Exhibits superb wind and disease resistance.1 Gal$50
2 Gal$69
BANANAMUSA: HOM KRUA FAD (MAHOI)2m x 3m10'CMusa Mahoi is a Dwarf plant. A very rare and unusual plant that produces two large heads of fruit on the same plant and can occasionally produce a third head of fruit. Fruit is highly rated, very tasty and sweet, considered AAA+. Mahoi means twins in Hawaiian. Makes a great house or patio plant.1 Gal$50
2 Gal$69
BANANAMUSA: HOM THONG KHOM3m x 2m10'C[DWF CAVENDISH] The Dwarf Cavendish banana (or simply Cavendish banana) is a AAA banana cultivar originally from Vietnam and China. It became the primary replacement for the Gros Michel banana in the 1950s after crops of the latter were devastated by Panama disease. The name 'Dwarf Cavendish' is in reference to the height of the pseudostem, not the fruit (which are medium sized). It is one of the most commonly planted banana varieties from the Cavendish group, and the main source of commercial Cavendish bananas along with Grand Nain. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Djzi5bspEsQ3 Gal$116
BANANAMUSA: LACATAN (BURRO)2m x 3m10'CDesirable for desert bananas because of their sweet taste, aroma, and firm texture when ripe. They are preferred to Cavendish varieties in their native region of the Philippines. Claimed to be the best tasting banana. Harvest fruit in 8 to 12 months.2 Gal$69
3 Gal$116
BANANAMUSA: PISANG CEYLON?m x 4m10'CAn improvement on 'Mysore' and possibly the best tasting lady finger banana in the world. Resistant to the Banana Streak Virus, this sturdy banana has a shelf life several days longer than other lady finger banana types.1 Gal$50
3 Gal$116
BANANAMUSA: TRULY TINY?m x 1m10'CA commercial growers dream crop. As the smallest edible fruit producing banana in the world, it stays very compact. it will not stretch and take over your benches or windows. Has a nice red variegation.1 Gal$50
BLACK SAPOTEDIOSPYROS DIGYNA: MATT SNOW4m x 3m5'CA new variety curated by Matthew E. Snow, MD. He is a cardiologist, president of the Rare Fruit Council International, and runs his own fruit farm called Sunshine Organics. The only information we could gather about the cultivar is that it has similar characteristics, as the Bernicker, but the fruit is much larger.3 Gal$173
BLACK SAPOTEDIOSPYROS DIGYNA: WILSON5m x 5m5'CThe fruit resembles a good-sized green apple, slightly flattened with flavour similar to peach. The tree does well in open areas where it develops a spreading habit. Flesh is of high quality and excellent flavour. Eat when ripe, does not store. The tree bears heavily.5 Gal$240
CANISTELPOUTERIA CAMPACHIANA: BRUCE7.5m x 7.5m0'CA Florida variety with large fruit weighing 170-680g (6-24 oz). Fruit ripens August-October / February-March and has a dry flesh with fair eating quality.8 Gal$306
CHERRYBARBADOS (ACEROLA): MALPIGHIA EMARGINATA4m x 4m0'CThere has been some confusion over the correct name for the Barbados cherry, also known as the Acerola. Current thinking seems to be that there are two closely related species, this one and M. glabra. This species is the genuine Barbados cherry that is cultivated for its fruit in Puerto Rico, whilst M. glabra, also known as Barbados cherry or Escobillo, is not. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ2pCGeu4fw2 Gal$58
3 Gal$102
CHERRYGRUMICHAMA BRAZILIAN: EUGENIA BRASILIENSIS6m x 3m5'CA small, compact tree that can be grown as a standard or shaped. The plants have beautiful, glossy, dark green leaves and rough, corky, textured bark. Fruit deep purple to black when ripe and they have a flavour very similar to that of Jaboticaba. They are most often eaten fresh and used in jelly. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHan1wKCtHo5 Gal$204
8 Gal$285
CHERRYOF THE RIO GRANDE: EUGENIA AGGREGATA6m x 2m5'CSmall, multi-branching narrow tree or shrub with 1-2" small/medium deep red to purple berry fruits. Very tasty sweet cherry flavour. Excellent container tree.3 Gal$153
CHERRYSURINAM: EUGENIA UNIFLORA6m x 3m5'CAlso called Pitanga, Brazil cherry and Pumpkin cherry. Fruits start off as green then to orange, red and finally dark purple when ripe. Almost all year round.3 Gal$147
CHRYSOPHYLLUMSTAR APPLE: CAIMITO BLANCO (WHITE) STAR5m x 3m10'CThis beautiful shade tree has glossy, dark green leaves with a silky bronze colour underneath. Caimito is a favourite in the Caribbean and Central America, as well as Southeast Asia. The fruit has a mild grape-like flavour, and is best eaten fresh. Trees may begin fruit production in 1-2 years. Blanco Star produces a green peel type of fruit with whiter flesh.3 Gal$153
CHRYSOPHYLLUMSTAR APPLE: CAIMITO MORADO (PURPLE)5m x 3m10'CThis beautiful shade tree has glossy, dark green leaves with a silky bronze colour underneath. Caimito is a favourite in the Caribbean and Central America, as well as Southeast Asia. The purple fruit has a mild grape-like flavour, and is best eaten fresh.3 Gal$153
CITRUSCITRON: BUDDHA HAND4m x 3m10'CBuddha's Hand citron is a tree citrus with a deep lemon yellow colour when mature. The fruit morphs from small and purple, to green, and then yellow, splitting at the opposite end of the tree's stem forming segments that have a wild finger-like appearance. A fruit will have its own unique shape and can range in size, from a large lemon to a small melon. Buddha's Hand citron features an oily rind with a fragrant sweet lemon scent. Its flesh is void of juice, pulp, and seeds, and is inedible in its raw form. Buddha's Hand citron is commonly utilized for its zest and has a flavour that is described as a blend of bitter and sweet acidity. Harvest in late fall through early winter months. 10th century AD.5 Gal$201
CITRUSCLEMENTINE: FINA SODEA4m x 3m5'CIntroduced in 1925. Seedless fruit, small with dark orange-red colour. Juicy and flavourful. The tree is vigorous, with dense foliage and produces a good crop of fruit which is still regarded as one of the best flavours.2 Gal$81
CITRUSGRAPEFRUIT: DUNCAN4m x 3m10'CThe fruit is almost round and has a smooth, light yellow rind. The flesh is very pale yellow, juicy, and seedy. The flavour is considered by many to be superior to similar seedless grapefruit varieties. Duncan is considered to be somewhat early in maturity. The fruit holds well on the tree.3 Gal$135
CITRUSGRAPEFRUIT: FLAME4m x 4m10'CDark red seedless grapefruit. Peel is thin with a red blush. Fruit is sweet and juicy. Tree is large with a heavy canopy and bears in clusters. Flame was released as a new variety in 1987.2 Gal$81
3 Gal$135
5 Gal$194
8 Gal$216
CITRUSGRAPEFRUIT: RAY RUBY4m x 3m10'CSeedless red grapefruit that is slightly lighter than the Flame. The Ray Ruby holds its colour late into the season.3 Gal$135
5 Gal$194
CITRUSORANGE: BUDD BLOOD3m x 2m10'COne of the few blood oranges to develop the characteristic purple interior fruit colour in a Florida [humid] climate. Medium to large size fruit, with a strawberry-orange flavour. Fresh squeezed juice is blood red in colour. One of the earliest varieties of blood oranges to ripen.3 Gal$135
CITRUSORANGE: CALAMONDIN3m x 2m10'CFruit very small, oblate to spherical; apex flattened or depressed. Rind colour orange to orange-red; very thin, smooth, and finely pitted, easily separable only at maturity; sweet/sour and edible. Segments about 9 and axis small and semi-hollow. Flesh orange-coloured; tender, juicy, and acid, used in marmalade's, jellies and drinks. Fruit holds on tree remarkably well. Tree of medium vigour, highly productive, upright and columnar, nearly thorn-less; leaves small, broadly oval, and mandarin-like. Strongly cold-resistant. Outstanding in containers.2 Gal$81
5 Gal$194
CITRUSORANGE: WASHINGTON NAVEL4m x 3m10'CThe large, exceptionally delicious, round, seedless fruits are rich in flavour and have a slightly pebbled orange rind that is easily peeled. Early in maturity, 10 months, at its best in the late autumn to winter months, but will hold on the tree for several months beyond maturity and stores well. The fruit is medium yellow and has a thick rind that comes off easily. The segments are seedless, loose, very juicy and very sweet. The sugar to acid balance is on the sugary side but has enough acids to make a pleasing citrus flavour. The texture is firm but melting. All in all one of the best oranges to eat fresh.3 Gal$135
CITRUSPAPEDA: YUZU ICHANDRIN4m x 3m10'CYuzu is thought to be a hybrid between Ichang papeda and Satsuma mandarin. This is from Hubei Province, China, along the Yangtze River, where it was found in a field on a slope at an elevation of about 4,000 feet. Yuzu is used for cooking primarily when it is still green which occurs during September to October. A very spiny wild tree, Ht. 18 ft.; foliage dense, but individual leaves small; winged petioles quite minute; fruits fairly juicy; the size and shape of a tangerine; ripe rind of bright yellow colour. Imported prior to the 1900s.3 Gal$139
CITRUSPUMMELO: HIRADO BUNTAN6m x 5m10'CA pink-fleshed Pummelo. It has a marvellous chewy texture and a flavour much like grapefruit, sweet with no acidity and without a hint of bitterness, it is out of this world! Segments hold well together, making it perfect for grilling or used in salads.5 Gal$194
CITRUSPUMMELO: OROBLANCO HYB6m x 5m5'CTree grows vigorously to a large size with a somewhat spreading form. The fruit has a smooth greenish-yellow rind at maturity. Oroblanco fruits are oblate in form with a flattened base that has a pronounced indentation. The rind is thicker than the typical grapefruit and both the rind and membranes exhibit the bitterness characteristic of Oroblanco pummelo parentage. The flesh is very pale yellow and seedless. The flavour is mild and sweet. Early in its maturity and holds very well on the tree. The cross was made in 1958 and this Triploid selection was released in 1980.3 Gal$135
CITRUSPUMMELO: SIAMESE SWEET4m x 3m10'CIntroduced in 1930. Siamese Sweet is an acid-less, sweet-tasting Pummelo. Oblate to broad ovoid; pulp white, with large, crisp, non-juicy sacs easily separating from each other; mild-flavoured but faintly bitter. Tree is a dwarf with drooping branches and hairy new growth.3 Gal$135
5 Gal$194
CITRUSSATSUMA: XIE SHAN3m x 2m10'CXie Shan is the Chinese translation of the original Japanese name 'Wakiyama'. It has a unique flavour and taste that differs from other Satsumas. With harvesting starting by mid-September Xie Shan together with 'Miyagawa' forms a new group of easy-peeling, completely seedless, super-early satsumas. 19925 Gal$194
CITRUSTANGELO: MINNEOLA (VARIEGATED)3m x 3m10'CIntroduced in 1931. Duncan Grapefruit & Dancy Tangerine Hyb. Its attractive colour, excellent flavour, and low seed content have made it popular. Minneola can readily be recognized by its typical 'neck'. Rind colour is deep reddish-orange; medium-thin, with smooth, finely pitted surface and moderately adherent skin. Flesh orange-coloured, tender, juicy, aromatic; flavour is rich and tart. Medium late in maturity. Minneola is also known as Honeybell.3 Gal$137
5 Gal$201
CITRUSTANGELO: ORLANDO3m x 2m5'CTangelo Orlando has the same parents as Minneola but opposite characteristics. The fruit is round, tolerates frost better, the taste is sweeter and is early in maturity. Its good shipping quality and pleasant flavour make it a popular tangelo.5 Gal$194
CITRUSTANGELO: PAGE3m x 2m10'CA cross between Minneola tangelo and Clementine mandarin, U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1942 and released in 1963. Page was officially released as an orange, but technically speaking the variety is a tangelo hybrid since its parentage is three-fourths mandarin and one-fourth grapefruit. The fruit is medium in size, easily peeled, moderately pebbled and has numerous seeds. The flesh is a deep orange colour, tender and juicy, flavour rich and sweet.5 Gal$194
CITRUSTANGERINE: DANCY3m x 3m10'CIntroduced in 1867. Known as the Christmas Tangerine. Fruit are oblate to pear-shaped and of medium size. Peel is deep orange-red to red, smooth, glossy at first but lumpy and fluted later, thin, leathery and tough. Pulp dark-orange, of fine quality, richly flavoured. Tree is vigorous, upright and thorn-less. Matures in late autumn and winter.5 Gal$194
CITRUSTANGERINE: LEE3m x 3m10'CFruit is medium in size, slightly oblate to subglobose; basal area slightly raised and furrowed. Rind thin, leathery, moderately adherent but readily peel-able; surface smooth and glossy; colour deep yellowish-orange at maturity. Flesh colour orange; tender and melting; juice abundant; flavour rich and sweet. Seeds are numerous. Medium-early in maturity. Tree nearly thorn-less; dense foliage of medium-sized, lanceolate leaves.5 Gal$194
CITRUSTANGERINE: PIXIE4m x 4m10'CPixie is the result of an open pollination of Kincy (King X Dancy) that took place in 1927 and was eventually released in 1965. The tree is a vigorous upright grower. The fruit is usually globose to slightly oblate, and sometimes has a neck. The rind is yellow-orange with a slightly pebbled texture and is easy to peel. The flesh is seedless, orange coloured, and juicy. The flavour is mild and sweet. Pixie matures in late winter and holds exceptionally late on the tree; the fruit is known to hold well into summer.5 Gal$194
COCONUTCOCOS NUCIFERA: MALAYAN DWF GREEN12m x 8m10'CDrought and salt tolerant. Green fruit. The term dwarf does not refer to the overall mature size that one of these trees will achieve, or a slower growth rate but rather to the size at which the tree will start to produce fruit. A dwf Malayan will begin to fruit at approximately 2'-3' of grey wood. Flowering can begin as early as 4 years after planting. Coconuts take around 11 months on the tree to fully develop.8 Gal$354
DRAGON FRUITHYLOCEREUS: AMERICAN BEAUTYClimbing/Vining5'CCollected and introduced to Florida by Chris Rollins, director of the Redland fruit and spice park in Homestead, Florida. The fruit has an impressive appearance both inside and out, and has the flavour to back up its good looks. The fruit size ranges from 0.5-1.0 lbs and occur without cross or hand pollination. This variety would best be used as a fresh fruit dish or as a garnish. If available, the "8 in" size is an 8 inch diameter hanging basket.1 Gal$50
8 in$50
2 Gal$139
DRAGON FRUITHYLOCEREUS: EDGAR'S BABYClimbing/Vining5'CA result of careful breeding and selection. Its red round fruit features prominent scales, red flesh with a sweet and tangy taste, and edible, tiny, seeds. The red flesh contains a healthy natural antioxidant, lycopene. Similar in appearance to Orchid Cactus, the foliage requires a trellis for support. Flowering and fruiting begins when the vine reaches 4-5 feet, with the fruit ripening 4-5 weeks after flowering. Expect to harvest through the summer and fall seasons. If available, the "8 in" size is an 8 inch diameter hanging basket.1 Gal$50
8 in$50
2 Gal$139
DRAGON FRUITHYLOCEREUS: JOYNER REDClimbing/Vining5'CUnique vining cactus plant growing in containers or in the ground. Typically requires support with posts or a surface to adhere to and climb on. Well drained soils are preferred. If available, the "8 in" size is an 8 inch diameter hanging basket.1 Gal$50
8 in$50
2 Gal$139
DRAGON FRUITHYLOCEREUS: RAINBOWClimbing/Vining5'CA special variety also called the rainbow lollipop. When the fruit is still on the plant, the colour of the skin is yellow/orange. But when the fruit ripens, the colour becomes red with yellow fins. The flesh is dark red. If available, the "8 in" size is an 8 inch diameter hanging basket.1 Gal$50
8 in$50
2 Gal$139
DRAGON FRUITHYLOCEREUS UNDATUS X POLYRHIZUS: HALLEY'S COMETClimbing/Vining5'CA hybrid of a white fleshed and red fleshed fruit. It is incredibly large, typically weighing 1.5-2.0 lbs. The fruit is slightly more rounded than the Physical Graffiti, and the fins are more abbreviated. In all other respects they are nearly identical. If available, the "8 in" size is an 8 inch diameter hanging basket.1 Gal$50
8 in$50
2 Gal$139
DRAGON FRUITSELENICEREUS: YELLOW DRAGONClimbing/Vining5'CA slower growing, cactus-like plant with large white flowers. The thin lobed, white fleshed fruit are sweet and delicious; a BRIX rating of 19. Spines cover the yellow skin, but are easy to brush away. If available, the "8 in" size is an 8 inch diameter hanging basket.1 Gal$50
2 Gal$139
GUAVAFEIJOA SELLOWIANA: PINEAPPLE3m x 4.5m10'CVersatile, and easy to grow with an upright branching form, edible flowers, and tropical fruit! Fleshy white flower petals have showy red accents, contrasting nicely with the gray-green foliage. Tasty guava-like fruit ripens in late fall. Easily trained as espalier, a hedge, or a small specimen tree for landscape or container. Pineapple Guava are grown from seed and are thus not a particular cultivar. Though mildly self-fertile, a second plant is recommended for better fruit set. Evergreen.5 Gal$214
GUAVAPSIDIUM GUAJAVA: LEMON CATLEY4m x 4m10'CLemon Guava trees are fast-growing excellent producers. Well-suited for growing in a container and grows successfully as a potted plant in northern zones. Somewhat drought tolerant! Lemon Guava, also commonly called Cattley Guava, is a small sub-tropical fruit tree. The petite fruit, range in size from 4-8cm, and have a delicious blend of lemony guava flavour and aroma. Lemon Guavas are mainly eaten raw but can also be cooked. The pulp is often used in fruit salads, smoothies, or in a marinade.6 Gal$238
GUAVAPSIDIUM GUAJAVA: RUBY SUPREME4m x 4m10'CHas 2-4" fruits that turn yellow when ripe. The inner flesh is highly aromatic, sweet and pink. It can be eaten fresh or made into jelly or juice. For optimum sweetness, let the fruit fully ripen on the tree when the skin yields slightly to the touch. Flowers and fruits year-round.5 Gal$191
GUAVAPSIDIUM GUAJAVA: THAI WHITE4m x 4m10'CThe size of Thai Guava fruit would be generally of a softball, with apple green skin that can range from bumpy to smooth. The flesh is white with pale yellow seeds and tends to be drier than the pink type of guavas. Thai guavas are only mildly sweet and have very little fragrance. The crunchy flesh and hard seeds are both edible. Thai White guavas are high in vitamin C and are quickly becoming known for their health benefits.3 Gal$101
GUAVAPSIDIUM GUAJAVA: WHITE ASIAN4m x 3m10'CAlso referred to as the seedless white guava, the fruit is most often eaten green. At this stage it is sweet and crunchy like an apple. The fruit ripens year round, but it is more abundant in the warmer months. The skin of its fruit and leaves have a cinnamon quality to them. Very large fruit, weighing more than 500g (1 lb), round in shape, and pear-like in texture and even in flavour.6 Gal$212
JABOTICABAMYRCIARIA CAULIFLORA [BLACK]5m x 3m10'CA small bushy tree that has multiple ornate stems. The fruit are grape-like, with a thick skin and melting pulp. They are eaten as fresh fruit, in jams and in wine. They can be frozen whole, to enjoy throughout the year. Because the fruit occurs on the old growth, it is best never to prune them. They are cold, hardy plants, and they like a lot of water.5 Gal$181
JABOTICABAMYRCIARIA HYBRIDIZES [RED]5m x 3m10'CThis red Jaboticaba is a hybrid between Myrciaria Cauliflora and M. Aureana [white]. It retains the excellent taste of the black variety, but is ripe in half the time, resulting in red fruit. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzJ5iJUa6XQ5 Gal$199
JABOTICABAMYRCIARIA CAULIFLORA: SABARA4m x 3m5'CIf given full sun and proper fertilization, ‘Sabara’ usually fruits in 6+ years whereas the standard Jaboticaba can take up to 10 years to fruit. Best of all ‘Sabara’ has 3 to 4 cycles of flowers and fruit each year. The shiny black fruit develops in clusters close to the woody stems and has a sweet pulp under the skin.5 Gal$167
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: BANANA CRUSH3m x 3m10'CBanana Crush has cream coloured, extra crunchy flesh, with a nice clean green skin, and low latex. Typically weighs about 20lbs. The interior of the fruit consists of large edible bulbs of creamy, sweet, banana-flavoured aromatic flesh that encloses a smooth seed.8 Gal$261
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: CANTALOPE VARIETY2m x 2m10'CRare Cantaloupe Variety. Often off-season fruit; tree easily pruned to maintain small size (~8ft). Average tree height: 8-10 feet. Average fruit weight: 4.5-5.5 kg (10-12 lbs).8 Gal$261
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: CHEENA5m x 3m10'CA natural hybrid between Jackfruit and Champedak. The tree has an open, low and spreading growth habit and can be maintained at a height and spread of 2.5 m (8.1 ft) with annual pruning. 'Cheena' consistently produces 50 to 70 kg (110 to 154 lbs) per tree. The fruit are long, narrow and uniform in size and shape. The skin is green, with blunt spines that yellow and open slightly upon maturity. Fruit are small, weighing 2.4 kg (5.3 lbs) and they have an edible flesh percentage of 33%. The flesh is deep orange, soft and somewhat fibrous, with an excellent flavour. The fruit have an intense, earthy aroma. Fruit preparation time can be as little as 15 minutes, compared to the 1-2 hours required for other cultivars.5 Gal$224
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: DANG RASIMI5m x 3m10'COriginally from Thailand, the tree is open, spreading and fast growing. It must be pruned annually to maintain a height and spread of 3 to 3.5 m (9.7 to 11.4 ft). The trees are highly productive, yielding 75 to 125 kg (165 to 275 lbs) per tree, while maintaining vigorous growth. The fruit are bright green to pale yellow and uniform in shape if thinned to one fruit per fruiting spur. The skin has sharp spines that do not flatten or "open" with maturity. Fruit are medium to large, averaging 8 kg (17.6 lbs), with 32% edible flesh percentage. The flesh is deep orange and firm. It has a mild, sweet flavour and a sweet, pleasant aroma. One of the most vigorous Jackfruit cultivars, and must be annually pruned to maintain size.5 Gal$212
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: GOLD NUGGET3m x 3m10'CSelected in Queensland, Australia. The tree is fast growing, with a distinctive dark green, rounded leaf. It forms a dense, spreading canopy, which is easily maintained at a height and spread of 2 to 2.5 m (6.5 to 8.1 ft). The fruit are small, green and rounded, with sharp, fleshy spines on the skin. The spines flatten to a smooth, golden-yellow upon maturity. The fruit weigh 3.2 kg (7 lbs), with an excellent edible flesh percentage of 41%. The deep orange flesh is soft to medium firm depending on fruit ripeness. The flavour is excellent and the flesh has no fibre. Fruit may split open prior to ripening. Yields can be maintained at 60 to 80 kg (132 to 176 lbs) per tree per year.3 Gal$114
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: J-313m x 3m10'COpen, spreading, fast growth habit. Early season producer; tree easily pruned to maintain small size (~8 ft). Deep yellow fruit that is firm, sweet rich flavour, earthy aroma. Fruit rarely splits and has excellent texture. Fruit weight 12 kg (26 lbs). Tree of 6-8' can produce 40-60 kg per year.3 Gal$114
5 Gal$209
LONGANDIMOCARPUS LONGANA: BIEW KIEUW4m x 3m5'CA variety from Thailand that is well suited to the subtropics as it requires cool winters to flower well. This variety is a consistent, heavy cropper with good quality fruits.3 Gal$80
5 Gal$168
LONGANDIMOCARPUS LONGANA: KOHALA4m x 3m5'CLarge fruit with an aromatic sweet to spicy taste. Early season heavy cropping variety. Thrives in well-drained soil in full sun. Blooms Feb-April, fruits July-Sept. The peel will be a deep tan, but the best ripeness indicator is pulp sweetness. Does not ripen after picking. Store in a plastic bag in the fridge for 5-7 days.3 Gal$65
5 Gal$159
LONGANDIMOCARPUS LONGANA: SRI CHOMPOO4m x 3m5'CSuperior variety with pinkish fruit, it can be pruned to maintain a small tree size. This Lychee relative has stiffer leaves, more wind resistance and fruits more prolifically and regularly than its famous cousin. The flesh is sweet and is usually eaten fresh but can be canned or dried. The crisp skin is easy to remove and the white flesh has a texture and sweetness reminiscent of Litchi.5 Gal$174
LOQUATERIOBOTRYA JAPONICA: CHRISTMAS7m x 5m0'CThis particular cultivar bares bright yellow fruit early in the winter season, avoiding the frosts in January and February. The largest fruit size of the improved Loquat cultivars.5 Gal$225
LOQUATERIOBOTRYA JAPONICA: OLIVER7m x 5m0'CNoted as being a very sweet variety, less acidic than other loquat cultivars.5 Gal$225
8 Gal$299
LOQUATERIOBOTRYA JAPONICA: SHERRY6m x 4.5m0'CEarly fruiting, March - April, low acid, very bright fruit. Produces clusters of small (1-2 inches) in size, round to oval pear shape yellow-orange fruit. The skin is smooth and sometimes has a red blush on top of the orangish yellow colour. The flesh is sweet and juicy, somewhat like an apricot. A self-fertile tree that produces lots of fruits in the summer months of late April to June.5 Gal$225
8 Gal$299
LOQUATERIOBOTRYA JAPONICA: YEHUDA4.5m x 4.5m0'CVery cold hardy fruit tree, easy to grow, drought tolerant, fast growing. Fruit are large size, yellow/orange flesh, mildly sweet with very small seed inside. In Florida fruit ripens in late February-March. Fruit is great for eating fresh or making jam.5 Gal$225
MAMEYPOUTERIA SAPOTE: MAGANA4m x 3m10'CGood flavour and it is known for its thick cake-like texture. Make sure to wait until it is wrinkly and soft all over before opening. 600-700g (26oz).3 Gal$91
MANGOGARCINIA HUMILIS: ACHACHA3m x 3m10'CRare Mangosteen relative. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBuYokzGEUw3 Gal$112
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: CREME BRULEE5m x 3m5'CSweet, Creamy and rare Crème Brûlée mango. The flavour is firmly in the Indian/West Indian flavour group and is very impressive. A tendency of the fruit to ripen from the bottom-upward, resulting in softnose and uneven ripening at times. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j71jVm-6z8c3 Gal$150
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: M44m x 4m5'CHigh producer with a hint of coconut, descended from Keitt. Mid-to-Late season. The fruit size is small but the number of fruits produced is high.3 Gal$164
MYRTLEPIMENTA DIOICA: ALLSPICE5m x 3m5'CThe name "Allspice" is due to the fact that its flavour resembles a combination of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. It is often used in pumpkin pie. Culinary uses include flavouring for sauces, pickles, sausages and soups. Extracted oil is used for flavouring and perfumery. The wood is used for canes, umbrella handles, and to add flavour to barbecue.5 Gal$247
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: AMPHISSIS4m x 3m-10'CAlso known as: AMFISA, AMFISSA, KONSERVOLIA, MILOLIA, PATRINI, PILIOU SALONIKIKI. Area of origin: GREECE. Strong vigour with a spreading habit and canopy of medium density. The leaves are broad and flat of medium length giving an elliptic lanceolate shape. A dual purpose olive of high weight; ovoid and asymmetric in shape. The timing of harvest depends on the use of the fruit which may be for green or black olives or for oil. Oil content is medium. Productivity is high but alternate. Resistance to cold and olive knot is good, but it is sensitive to Verticillium wilt and overly dry conditions. The versatility of the fruit (green or black olives or oil) accounts for it being planted on over 70% of Greece's table growing acreage.2 Gal$89
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: ARBEQUINA3m x 2m-10'CBring a taste of the Mediterranean to your home. This variety is revered as both a table olive - for its mild, buttery and lightly fruity flavour - as well as an oil olive for one of the highest concentrations of healthy, antioxidant-rich oils. Even a small tree can produce 8kg (20lbs) of olives. Tasty fruit and gorgeous gray-green foliage will evoke the rolling Spanish landscapes where this variety is widely grown. Ripens starting in November. Self-pollinating, but bears better when cross pollinated. Can be kept smaller by pruning. Plant these warm-weather plants in containers so that you can move them indoors before freezing temperatures arrive. Semi-deciduous, meaning they will drop leaves in extreme cold. Need 200-300 chill hrs (below 10'C/50'F) for best fruiting.3 Gal$159
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: BELLA DI CERIGNOLA3m x 2m-10'CAlso known as: OLIVA di CERIGNOLA, OLIVO di SPAGNA, GROSSO di SPAGNA. Area of origin: PUGLIA. Medium vigour with a contained but rather dense crown, with a tendency towards a weeping habit. The leaves are of medium size, elliptical, narrow and tapered at the ends with dark green colour on the upper side. For the table it has a notable weight (8-12 grams), its shape is ellipsoidal, asymmetrical. It is used mostly for green table olives. The flesh is of dense consistency representing about 75% of the fruit. It is also possible to get a quantity of good oil (16-19%). Pollinators: Maurino, Coratina, Pendolino, Frantoio, Leccino, Olivastra. This tree is moderately resistant to the most common diseases of the olive. It requires fertile land and good cultural practices. It is predominately prized for the size and beauty of its fruit.2 Gal$96
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: CAILLETIER5m x 4m-10'CAlso known as: NICOISE. Area of origin: FRANCE. Vigorous variety that becomes a large tree with downward drooping branches. This is the main variety of the Alps Maritime region near Nice. The olives are small in size, ovoid in shape with a high oil content. The olives are cured black around Nice, hence called Nicoise. The are also used to make a delicate tasting oil. Bearing is generally intermediate and constant. Good resistance to cold but sensitive to the olive fly and also very sensitive to olive scale and olive knot.3 Gal$131
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: ITRANA5m x 3m-10'CAlso known as: OLIVIA di GAETA, OLIVA GROSSA, TRANA. Area of origin: LATIUM. The crown is compact, dense and covered with leaves that are elliptical lanceolate in shape and fairly large. A cultivar used for both table and oil. The fruit are roundish, asymmetrical and of medium size (3-5 grams). The oil is of good quality (average yield is 20%) pleasing in taste and very prized. The cured olives are very much in demand. Self sterile, very productive, with good resistance to the cold and to the most common olive pests. A very rustic variety.3 Gal$166
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: KALAMATA4m x 3m-10'CAlso known as: KALAMON, CHONDRDIA. Area of origin: GREECE. Strong vigour with an erect habit and canopy of medium density. The leaves are long, broad and flat and of an elliptic lanceolate shape. A fruit of high weight of an elongated asymmetric shape that is quite distinctive. While it makes excellent oil it is chiefly grown for Greek style black olives. It is freestone with a good pit to pulp ratio. Productivity is high but alternate. Flowering is intermediate. Beginning of bearing is intermediate. Overall this variety is of medium hardiness. This variety is resistant to cold but sensitive to excessively hot climates. Somewhat susceptible to olive leaf spot and Verticillium wilt but resistant to olive knot.2 Gal$96
3 Gal$166
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: LECCINO5m x 3m-10'CAlso known as: LECCIO, PREMICE, SILVERSTONE. Area of origin: TUSCANY. The crown is ample with many pendulous small branches which are curved at the tip. The leaves are of medium dimension, elliptical-lanceolate in shape and greenish-gray in colour. The underside has a yellowish hue. The drupe is of medium size (2 to 2.5 grams), ellipsoidal and slightly asymmetrical. The fruit is purple green at the optimal picking time. It has a variable oil content of between 16 and 21%. The oil is good, mildly fruity and delicate. Self-sterile pollinator, principally Pendolino or Maurino. It has good resistance to winds, fog, olive knot, fungus and peacock spot. This is a very rustic variety, widely planted throughout the world. The tree is quick to produce and resists well adverse climatic conditions and parasites. Used for the production of table olives, semi-ripe or black.2 Gal$89
3 Gal$145
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: MANZANILLO3m x 2m-10'CImported from Spain in the late 1800s, it produces quality black edible fruit annually. A great table and oil olive, high in anti-oxidants with smaller pits, yielding more flesh. 'Manzanillo' is ranked as the world's best table olive. This small spreading evergreen tree is a vigorous and prolific fruiter. The soft, gray-green foliage has small, pollen-rich white flowers that grow on long stems from the leaf axis. Although it's self-fertile, cross-pollination with Arbequina will increase yields. The medium/large-sized (about 1") fruits are often picked green but will ripen to deep black when left on the tree. Although pruning keeps trees at the desired height, remember that olives usually bear fruit on the previous year's growth. Need 200 chill hrs (below 10'C/50'F) for best fruiting.3 Gal$156
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: MAURINO3m x 2m-10'CAlso known as: RAZZOLA, MAURINO LUCCHESE. Area of origin: TUSCANY. Medium vigour with a pendulous habit, while the fruiting branches are delicate with rising tips. The leaves are lanceolate, of medium size and are greyish-green in colour. The fruit is between 3-5 grams in weight, ellipsoidal and when fully mature is purple-black in colour. Fruits oil, which is highly regarded, is between 14 and 20%. The oil is delicate and not overly fruity. Self-sterile, a pollinators Pendolino, Leccino. Fruiting is good. It has a resistance to peacock spot, cold, olive knot and fog. This is an excellent pollinator for Pendolino and can be cultivated in cold, humid zones which are subject to fog. It is widely appreciated for its ability to produce significant amount of fertile pollen and for its compatibility with a wide range of other olive cultivars.2 Gal$89
3 Gal$156
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: MISSION4m x 3m-10'CArea of origin: UNITED STATES. Strong vigour with an erect habit and canopy of medium density. The leaves are of medium length and width with an elliptical-lanceolate shape. A fruit of medium weight of a slightly asymmetrical ovoid shape. Prized as a dual-purpose variety, being used in green and black pickling as well as oil production. When mature, the fruit has about 22% oil content. Fruit has a medium removal force and is freestone. Productivity is medium and alternate. Ripening is late. Flowers in late May, and beginning of bearing is intermediate. This variety is considered hardy because of its resistance to cold. It is considered sensitive to olive leaf spot and Verticillium wilt but it is resistant to olive knot.3 Gal$156
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: NOCCELLARA DEL BELICE4m x 3m-10'CAlso known as: NUCIDDARA, NEBBA, TUNNA. Area of origin: SICILY. A Sicilian table variety characterized by the shape of its branches and by the expansive crown of modest growth. The leaves are lanceolate, large and intense green in colour. The fruit is special, notable weight (5-7 grams) with a large base and rounded top. The flesh, which is very consistent in texture and prized for brining, represents 85-88% of the fruit. It contains oil of the best quality, light and perfumed. The maturation is late but if the fruit is for canning, the harvest is over before winter. Self sterile, of medium and consistent productiveness. It is distinguished for its good resistance to the common parasites of the olive. It prefers a deep moist soil. It owes its wide spread planting to the bounty of its production.3 Gal$156
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: PENDOLINO3m x 2m-10'CAlso known as: MAURINO FIORETINO, PIANGENTE. Area of origin: TUSCANY. This is a slow growing cultivar of limited development with a very obvious weeping habit. The crown is dense and abundant with leaves of medium size which are lanceolate, thin, long and rather dark green-gray in colour. Fruit is ellipsoidal, asymmetrical and weighs between 1.2-2 grams. It generally matures simultaneously. Has an oil content of between 22 and 23%. The oil has a delicate flavour and is pleasant. Due to its high and constant pollen production, this oil variety is considered an ideal pollinator for most Tuscan oil cultivars. It is self-sterile and prefers Maurino and Leccino as pollinators. It has a mild resistance to cold. Because of its long, flexible branches, it is well-suited to manual harvesting. It is a cultivar widely appreciated by growers for its high fruit production and plays a crucial role as an excellent pollinator, both for table and oil cultivars.3 Gal$156
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: PICHOLINE4m x 3m-10'CAlso known as: COIASSES, COLIASSE, FAUSSE. Area of origin: FRANCE. Medium vigour with a crown of an open shape and upright growth. The fruiting branches are generally pendulant and well spaced. The leaves are ellipsoidal, lanceolate, large, flat surfaced and of a light green colour. The fruit of medium sized (3-5 grams), is harvested green for table olives, and black for oil production yield an average of 18-20% in oil. This cultivar is partly self fertile and is a good, consistent producer. Pollinators: Leccino, Lucques. This tree has notable resistance to drought and average resistance to cold, peacock spot and olive fly. A rustic variety that is widespread in France.2 Gal$89
3 Gal$156
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: SALONENQUE3m x 3m-10'CAlso known as: PLANT de SALON. Area of origin: France. Widely planted in the Bouches du Rhone. Average or smaller size with a spreading, low, globular shape. The leaves are elliptical-lanceolate and short and narrow. The fruit is of average weight, ovoid and symmetrical in shape with a high pulp to pit ratio. The fruit is used for both oil (with a medium to high %) and table (for split green olives). The fruit is freestone. The tree is partly self sterile. Grossane is a pollinator. Production is constant and high. This is a rustic variety with good resistance to cold, drought, olive fly and olive leaf spot. It can be grown in poorer soil although it adapts well to good growing practices.2 Gal$89
PANDANPANDANUS AMARYLLIFOLIUS?m x 2.5m5'CCommonly known as Pandan leaves. Used widely in SE Asian cooking. Used to flavour jasmine rice, basmati rice, & cakes. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-lxeOkfGj01 Gal$50
2 Gal$123
PAPAYACARICA: RED LADY4m x 3m10'CA self pollinating variety that is resistant to papaya ring spot virus. The fruit typically weigh 2kg (4-6lbs), and it has excellent flavour, aroma, and texture. Year round. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxmlN4S7Ep05 Gal$178
16 Gal$392
PASSION FRUITPASSIFLORA EDULIS: GIANT GRANDILLA6m x 5m10'CGiant green to yellow passion fruit reaching over 1 foot in diameter. Pulp is not as flavourful as the common passion fruit, but still tasty and often eaten or used in drinks. Lightly sweet with the texture resembling a dry pear. Underneath that, is a layer of firm, mealy, white flesh, 1" to 1 1/2" thick, with a mild and sweet flavour. The central cavity is filled with juice and sweet-acid pulp, enclosing oval, dark brown seeds. The largest species of Passion fruit in the world. Their pendulous flowers are very large and showy, as well as fragrant, which is very sweet and strong, and carries on the breeze. You can smell them from across the garden. It can be grown in a container (as large as possible for roots to run, as it will not flower or fruit as well in a smaller container). The solitary, fragrant flowers, up to 5" wide, have 5 sepals and 5, 2" long, petals that are reddish-pink; the corona filaments are purple-and-white below, blue in the middle and white at the tip.1 Gal$50
2 Gal$115
5 Gal$207
PASSION FRUITPASSIFLORA EDULIS: POSSUM PURPLE4m x 4m10'CThis amazing passion flower not only produces delicious, sweet purple fruit about the size of a goose egg, it also has attractive frilly-edged flowers that Passiflora are known for. It is self-pollinating with fruit appearing effortlessly and will fruit in a 10" pot. A strong vigorous grower that, with a little encouragement, makes a fine hanging basket. Just wrap the wandering vines around the basket periodically and fruit will be dangling from the dark green leaves in no time. Give full sun for best performance.3 Gal$142
PASSION FRUITPASSIFLORA EDULIS: SWEET GRANADILLA6m x 5m10'CNative to Mexico & South America, this vine will grow to about 4m and has very large, green leaves. The 3" long fruit will turn orange-yellow & have white dots on the rind when ripe and can be eaten right out of the shell or juiced for a refreshing drink. Very ornamental flowers that have whitish green petals with many, many purple and white filaments and a sweet & musky scent.5 Gal$202
PEPPERPIPER NIGRUM: BLACK PEPPER VINE3m - 5m12'CSlow growing indoor evergreen vine. Spicy home grown pepper.3 Gal$114
PINEAPPLEANANAS: ELITE GOLD2m x 2m10'CIs a beautiful gold colour, both inside and out. This bromeliad forms a rosette of long, stiff leaves which are a deep blue-green and very symmetrical. From the centre of the plant arise the flowers, with up to 200 light-purple to deep-red blooms held in a tall whorl. Eventually the flowers set berries, which join together to produce the fruit. It has a very high sugars-to-acids ratio, making it super-sweet and delicious.1 Gal$50
PINEAPPLEANANAS: FLORIDA SPECIAL2m x 2m5'CGolden, high flavoured flesh, spineless bred for Florida pineapple production by Libby fruit company. Florida special pineapple produces a golden-fleshed fruit with great flavour. Ripening fruit has shown to take temperatures down to the mid 30's (F) without internal damage. Leaves are spineless!1 Gal$50
PINEAPPLEANANAS: JUICY1m x 1.5m10'C'New' variety. A must for 'moist' fruit lovers. Golden fleshed, delicious, drippingly juicy, very sweet and full flavoured. With a bonus of white edged variegated foliage.1 Gal$50
PINEAPPLEANANAS: WHITE JADE2m x 2m10'CMost highly sought after Hawaiian variety. The white fleshed fruit is ultra sweet, with very low acidity. The core is 100% edible too! The beautiful blue grey leaves are spineless which makes handling much more enjoyable. Best suited for backyard container gardens. 'White Jade' will produce a tasty reward far better than anything found in the grocery store. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA61Yf17p201 Gal$50
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: MOLIX5m x 5m0'CA football shaped fruit native to Mexico. The tree has curly leaves. The pulp is exceptionally sweet, with a fine pear-like texture and pleasant aroma. The fruit are large, typically weighing 13 oz, 400g. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9qv_rFMf_o3 Gal$162
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: MORENA5m x 4m5'CAlso a football shaped Mexico native. This variety differs ever so slightly in taste and appearance from the other Mexican cultivars, but it tends to outproduce all of them. The fruit are not quite as big as Hasya or Molix, but they are still large, weighing up to 12 oz, 600g.3 Gal$162
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: OXKUTZCAB4m x 3m5'CSemi-dwarf and great for pot culture. Green to yellow skin, no fibre whatsoever, multiple crops possible. Sapodilla Oxkutzcab (or ox) - "Gigantic Sapodilla", is originally from Oxkutzcab (Yucatan). Extremely large (up to 28 oz), roundish fruit with speckled, light-coloured skin. Flesh is brown, with excellent taste. Produces heavy crops from May to September.3 Gal$162
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: TIKAL3m x 2m5'CSelected in the United States, but its origin is Mexico. The fruit are ovoid in shape, but are fat at one end like a top. This variety was one of the first superior commercial varieties planted in Florida. Fruit size can vary, but they can get as large as 11 oz, 600g.3 Gal$162
STAR FRUITCARAMBOLA: GOLDEN STAR3m x 3m5'CA carambola star fruit cultivar that was developed at the tropical research and education center of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, an agricultural research program of the university of Florida's institute of food and agricultural sciences. Released in 1965.5 Gal$224
STAR FRUITCARAMBOLA: KARI3m x 2m10'CA Hawaiian selection very similar to the Sri Kembangan, but with fewer seeds. Fruit have a sweet citrus-like flavour that is both delicious and refreshing.3 Gal$140
STAR FRUITCARAMBOLA: LARA3m x 3m5'CFlorida Hybrid. Quality fruit medium to large in size. Rich yellow-orange and sharp sweet flavour. Aug-Mar5 Gal$231
8 Gal$373
SUGAR CANESACCHARUM OFFICINARUM4m x 4m10'CSaccharum 'Officinarum' (Real Candy Cane), is a large tufted perennial grass that is probably native to Southeast Asia. It can grow to 15-20' tall in its native environment, but to 5-8' tall more commonly when grown indoors. Stems contain a sweet juice that may be extracted for production of sugar or molasses.5 Gal$230
8 Gal$273
TAMARINDTAMARINDUS INDICA: SOUR7.5m x 7.5m0'CThe tree produces bean-like pods filled with seeds surrounded by a fibrous pulp. The pulp of the young fruit is green and sour. As it ripens, the juicy pulp becomes paste-like and more sweet-sour. Interestingly, tamarind is sometimes referred to as the “date of India.”3 Gal$164
TEACAMELLIA SIN: ASSAMICA4m x 3m-5'CC. var Assamica, or "Assam-type", often take more of a tree than shrub-form with large, dark green leaves. Vigorous growth provides abundant tips to harvest from and make excellent black teas. These plants will appreciate some protection from cold weather. Leaf size: Large 5"+.2 Gal$85
TEACAMELLIA SIN: CHIA TSAO3m x 2m-5'CA favourite for making Oolong! This clone is a selection from plants collected at the village of Chia Tsao in the mountains of Taiwan. The plant has a more spreading habit with small and narrow leaves. Oolong tea made from these leaves seems to have more of the aromatic compounds which make a great Oolong tea. These have survived -16'C (3'F) with no injury.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: CHIRI MOUNTAIN3m x 3m-5'CThis clone was selected from seedlings of plants from the area around Chiri (Jiri) Mountain in Korea. As young cuttings these are very vigorous although the mature plant is only a moderate grower. The leaf size is medium. Survived 3 degrees Fahrenheit without damage. A very cold hardy clone.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: CHRISTINE'S CHOICE3m x 2m-5'CSelected by Christine Parks, this cultivar has beautifully dark green leaves that tend towards the long and narrow. Abundantly branching, delivers ample shoots to harvest from. A Camellia Forest introduction. Leaf 4.5". This is one of the seedlings from a batch of seeds purchased from China. Not one of the most cold hardy cultivars although an established plant survived -16'C (3'F) with only leaf damage. This cultivar usually produces a heavy crop seeds.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: DARJEELING TEA TS3793m x 3m-5'CThese are grown from seed collected in the Darjeeling area of India. Small leaves and not vigorous and not very cold hardy.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: DAVE'S FAVE3m x 2m-5'CThis cultivar was selected for its rounded leaves and short internodes. Exceptionally dark green leaves have pronounced serrations and remain shiny through maturity. 'Dave's Fave' is a vigorous, well-shaped shrub with woody stalks that makes a fantastic hedge. A seedling from Chinese seed of unknown origin. This one has survived -16'C (3'F) without injury. The larger flower produce a small amount of seed. A Camellia Forest introduction.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: FAIRHOPE SELECT4m x 3m-5'CFormerly 'Lipton Plantation'. This selection from Donnie Barrett of Fairhope Tea Plantation has small, medium green leaves with pronounced serration. Vigorous growth produces lots of shoots for harvest! Prolific flowers and seed set, and quite cold hardy. Lipton Tea Company started a tea research project at Fairhope, but after 4 years the plants were bulldozed and burned. Donnie Barrett saved 3 plants and propagated many from these. Fairhope Select is one of these selections.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: GANGWON-DO5m x 3m-5'CThis new, exceptionally vigorous cultivar was selected from a batch of seeds collected in the Gangwon-do province of South Korea near the DMZ. Without question - this has become an absolute favourite! These come from a tea plantation where they grow under trees to provide some protection from cold, as this area of Korea is colder than typical sites for tea production in Korea. Originally the source of plants for this plantation was Chiri Mountain (see Camellia sinensis "Korea").1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: GUANGZHOU #34m x 3m0'CCollected in Guangzhou, China. Presumably this is a variety that is adapted to warm humid climates but it has survived outdoors in North Carolina for many years. Not hurt by temperatures of -16'C (3'F) in a protected location. Medium sized leaves and it tends to make a profusion of seed.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: JINHUA3m x 2m-5'CFrom the Camellia Species Garden in Jinhua, Chekiang Province of China, was found a beautiful hedge of tea with very small leaves. These are open pollinated seedlings.1 Gal$50
2 Gal$85
TEACAMELLIA SIN: KOREA2m x 2m-5'CThese seedlings come from plants originating on Chiri Mountain, the second tallest in South Korea. The glossy leaves are slightly larger than those of 'Small Leaf Tea' but are quite a bit darker and significantly less reticulated. These plants have so far proven to be quite cold-hardy and their compact stature makes them great for containers. Leaf 4.5".1 Gal$50
2 Gal$85
TEACAMELLIA SIN: LOWLAND NEPAL3m x 2m0'CSeedlings originating from Nepal's lower elevations. These plants have remarkably smooth, dark green leaves.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: MIWA3m x 3m-5'CA cultivar from Gene's Nursery in Savannah Georgia. Debbie Odom and Gene Phillips selected this variety. It is a small leaf form which can produce prolific amounts of seed. It has tolerated temperatures down to 3 degrees Fahrenheit.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: QUEEN MOTHER3m x 3m-5'CThe leaves of this clone are especially shiny and glossy green. The new growth has reddish pigment. A seedling from Chinese seed. Not particularly cold hardy, USDA zone 8 is better. Not a high producing plant but very attractive.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: ROSEA3m x 2m-5'CThis cultivar's pale pink flowers are produced in profusion in early autumn. Burgundy new growth is the most outstanding quality of this variety, but the red pigment is found in all parts of the plant: from the roots to the bright pink filaments of the flowers. The tiny leaves are incredibly dark and become quite smooth as they mature, giving them a lovely delicate texture. Slow growth makes 'Rosea' an excellent selection for containers. Average mature leaf size: 2.5" x 1".1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: SILVER DUST2m x 2m0'CWhite speckling is found across the surface of the leaves. While later summer flushes produce light green shoots, the first flush is often pure white. A small batch of tea made from the white shoots yielded a very mild flavour with no bitterness. Compact growth and year-round interest make 'Silver Dust' a great choice for containers. Leaf 3.5".1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: SMALL LEAF2m x 2m-5'CThese seedlings develop into excellent bushes which are compact and container friendly. Medium-green leaves with irregular serrations remain less than 4" x 2.5" at maturity. This cold-hardy variety is widely grown in Japan and favoured for producing mild-flavoured tea.1 Gal$50
2 Gal$85
TEACAMELLIA SIN: SOCHI3m x 2m-10'CThese seedlings come from plants developed at tea research stations in the Sochi region of Russia. Glossy, medium-green leaves are medium to large in size. They perform beautifully in Zone 7b, and growers in Zone 6b have reported good cold hardiness and vigour. Average mature leaf size: 4.5" x 2.5". Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjhSWbBra7c1 Gal$50
2 Gal$85
TEACAMELLIA SIN: TAIWAN3m x 2m-5'CThese are open pollinated seedlings grown from seeds collected from Chia Tsao plants. Chia Tsao is the village in the mountains of Taiwan where some seeds were collected at a small tea plantation. These seedlings have small and narrow leaves compared to many tea varieties. So far they have survived -16'C (3'F) with no problems.1 Gal$50
2 Gal$85
TEACAMELLIA SIN: TEABREEZE - PP.3m x 2m-5'CThough Teabreeze does produce drinkable tea, it was selected for its ornamental appeal: narrow leaves are exceptionally smooth and a very dark, flat green. Leaf 4" x 1.5".2 Gal$92
TEACAMELLIA SIN: TETRAPLOID (LARGE LEAF)5m x 3m-5'CThe large, leathery leaves of the "Large Leaf" plant are dark green and strongly reticulated with pronounced serrations. These seedlings easily become multi-trunked trees reaching 15' tall with profuse shoots to harvest from. An overabundance of large flowers yield an incredible quantity of small seeds. Leaf size: 6" x 3".1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA SIN: TS4503m x 3m-5'CThese are biclonal seedlings from C. Sinensis var Assamica x C. Sinensis var Cambod. Developed by the Tocklai Tea Research Institute in India for the tea production areas in the plains of Assam. The habit is spreading with age and will tolerate drought relative to other tea varieties. Released in 1970. This has high yield potential and above average cup characteristics. Can be used for CTC (cut tear curl) and orthodox manufacture.1 Gal$63
TEACAMELLIA SIN: YELLOW TEA2m x 2m-5'CThe leaves of this cultivar are heavily splotched with yellow and positively enormous, growing up to 7.5" long and 3.5" wide. This particular plant grows rather slowly and produces fewer shoots than is typical for the species, so we recommend either multiple plants or making this a more ornamental specimen in your tea garden.1 Gal$50
TEACAMELLIA TALIENSIS5m x 3m-5'CCamellia Taliensis grows in an upright tree-like form. Its upright branching will hold larger leaves, likely around 5" each. This tea plant comes from Dali in the Yunnan province. C. Taliensis is an important wild relative to the cultivated tea plant Camellia Sinensis.1 Gal$50
YACONSMALLANTHUS SONCHIFOLIUS?m x 1.5m4'CYacon is one of the most extraordinary plants of the Andes. This spectacular plant is related to the sunflower & grows very similar. It is also called "Pear of the Earth" because it’s tubers are a delicious flavour that resembles a blend of watermelon, apple, & pear. It is very juicy and crisp and can be eaten raw or cooked. Highly recommended, fun to grow for a fall harvest.1 Lt$50