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FamilyVarietyFull Size - MetersMin Temp ToleratedDescriptionSizePriceQuantity
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: BERNECKER8m x 6m5'CA large Pear shaped fruit popular with home and commercial growers. Produces delicious green skin large avocados, very little fibre and excellent flesh to seed ratio. Type 'A'. 500g - 1kg.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: BETA8m x 6m5'CA reliable producer of high quality green skinned fruit. The workhorse of mid-season Avocado. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: BROGDON8m x 6m0'CAn excellent cold hardy avocado easily identified by its purple skin. It is an excellent choice for guacamole lovers. Type 'B'. 500-700g (1-1.5 lbs).3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: CATALINA8m x 6m5'CIt is a very nice mid-season pear shaped fruit. Cuban variety. It is a pure-West Indian type avocado creamy with superb rich flavour and is one of the best overall avocados to eat. Type 'A'. 1-2lbs.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: CHOQUETTE8m x 6m5'CThe fruit is large, elliptically shaped with a somewhat bumpy skin. this avocado is where eating quality intersects outstanding quantity. Type 'A'. 1.5-2.5lbs.2 Gal$100.24
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: DAY8m x 3m-5'CVery productive, precocious, and a favourite to eat. Having a buttery texture and rich nut-like flavour. Fruit can sometimes ripen unevenly but this problem seems to be ameliorated by leaving the fruit on the tree longer, and it does have an extended season. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: DONI (DONNI/DONNIE)8m x 3m5'CDoni is Florida's first quality avocado to hit the commercial market. It is oval-shaped fruit, medium-sized, with a medium sized seed. The flesh is very, very mild in flavour. Type 'A'.3 Gal$135.14
6 Gal$232.38
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: FANTASTIC (PRYOR) del RIO8m x 6m-5'CThe fruit is quite small, with a somewhat mild flavour and pale coloured flesh, but good oil content. Sometimes has issues with cracks developing in the skin as it matures. Type 'A'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: FLORIDA HASS8m x 6m5'CThe fruits are similar in taste and shape to the typical Californian Hass, with a high oil content and rich nutty flavour. Type 'A'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: HALL8m x 6m0'CProduces large, pear shaped bright green fruits with yellow flesh. Medium seed and lower oil content. Similar to Choquette variety with hardier cold tolerance. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: HASS8m x 6m5'CIt is the number one commercial variety in California, renowned for is rich nutty flavour and high oil content. The eating quality of the fruit is excellent. Type 'B'. 0.25 - 0.75lb.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: JOEY8m x 6m-5'CProduces egg-shaped black fruits with a thin skin. The flesh is light green in colour. This Mexican variety is a heavy bearer and very cold hardy. Type 'A'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: LILA8m x 6m5'CProduces black fruits that are pear-shaped & medium sized with a rich nutty flavour. Mexican variety. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: LULA8m x 6m0'CThe medium-to-large fruit, pyriform in shape with pale coloured flesh and a rather large seed. The eating quality is excellent, and Lula is probably one of the better Florida avocados, possessing a rich flavour with a touch of sweetness and fairly good oil content, enough to hold up for making guacamole. Type 'A'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: MEXICOLA GRANDE8m x 6m5'CWeighing nearly a pound. The tree is vigorous, bearing fruit heavily and regularly. This is a pure-Mexican type from California and have a very enjoyable flavour. It has very thin skin that can be eaten. Type 'A'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: MONROE8m x 6m5'CA superb cold hardy variety. The fruit is large, abundant, and of excellent eating quality, with good flesh seed ratio, and yellow, creamy flesh with a pleasant nut flavour. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: POLLOCK8m x 6m5'CRecognized for its superior eating quality, fruit are quite large, usually at least several pounds in weight. The flesh is yellow, very low in oil content but nonetheless quite nicely flavoured, superior to varieties like Miguel and Russell. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: PONCHO (PANCHO)8m x 6m5'CThe fruit are small and pear shaped. The skin is quite thin and frequently has cracks on the bottom and the earlier harvested fruit can have uneven ripening problems. Properly ripened Poncho fruit are well flavoured though and have good oil content. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: RUSSELL8m x 6m5'CEasily recognized by its gourd like shape. Light production discourages commercial growers, but it remains an excellent choice for the enthusiast. Type 'A'. 0.5-1kg (1-2.5 lbs).3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: SIMMONDS8m x 6m5'CGood production, and superb eating quality make it an excellent choice for the home garden. Type 'A'. 500-700g (1-1.5 lbs).3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: TONNAGE9m x 6m5'CExcellent flavour and good fruit quality. Fruit is 1-2 lbs, green and smooth to lightly pebbly skin. Tonnage is yet another old commercial cultivar that has been fazed out primarily due to its three week season. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: WINTER MEXICAN8m x 6m5'CThe flesh from Winter Mexican avocados is similar to the Hass, but with smaller fruit on average. Produces quite early. While this tree is fairly cold-hardy, don't let the name "winter" lead you to think it is the most cold-hardy of Mexican avocado varieties! It is a Mexican-Guatemalan hybrid, less cold-hardy than pure Mexican types. Rather, this avocado gets its name from the time of year it bears fruit. Type 'B'.3 Gal$135.14
AVOCADOP. AMERICANA: WURTZ (LITTLE CADO)3m x 2m5'CThis is one special variety of avocado that has both type A and type B flowers at once. The Wurtz or "Little Cado" is also the only true dwarf avocado variety. Between its compact size, superior self-fertility, and ability to bear fruit sooner than most, the Little Cado is awesome for backyard gardens and small spaces.1 Gal$81.51
3 Gal$135.14
 
BANANAMUSA: DWF GOLDFINGER FHIA-1?m x 3.5m10'CThis semi-dwarf cultivar is a recent product of the Honduras banana breeding program. It has excellent disease resistance, some cold tolerance, and high wind resistance with its strong pseudostem and base. An outstanding producer of delicious tasting bananas that are reminiscent of one of its parents, Musa 'Dwarf Prata'. The 6-8” long fruit have an apple flavour and may be eaten boiled or fried when green and fresh when ripe.2 Gal$69.36
3 Gal$72.79
BANANAMUSA: DWF GREEN3m x 3m10'C[Cavendish] Musa 'Dwarf Green' is a sturdy plant with extremely thick leaves, which may be used for wrapping and grilling meat, as well as serving food. They also make this cultivar very wind tolerant. This is a Cavendish type banana that produces a creamy orange pulp fruit.23 Gal$430.43
BANANAMUSA: DWF NAM WAH (PISANG AWAK)3m x 3m10'CThis group of lady finger bananas produce large sized bunches of sweet delicious fruit that is prized in Indonesia areas as well as the U.S. Somewhat sensitive to Panama disease (fusarium wilt).12 Gal$428.43
BANANAMUSA: DWF ORINOCO (BURRO)3m 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$50.00
2 Gal$69.36
23 Gal$430.43
BANANAMUSA: FIGUE ROSE NAINE (DWARF RED)3m x 3m10'C[AAA] The plant has highly ornamental purple leafstalks and stem. Leaves are dark-green and wider than most bananas. Many people claim that the flavour of red bananas is superior to that of the Cavendish, the classic yellow banana. The skin of a red banana may be anywhere from dark red to almost purple, and the flesh is cream to slightly pink in colour, richer in vitamins! These bananas are plumper and smaller than Cavendish bananas, with a sweet, creamy flavour. Sometimes, there may be a hint of a berry taste in a red banana, and these bananas are also very aromatic. The Variety Figue Rose Naine is a clone of the widespread cultivar named Dwarf Red Banana, also known as Dwarf Cuban Red.3 Gal$122.84
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$50.00
2 Gal$69.36
3 Gal$133.42
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$50.00
2 Gal$69.36
3 Gal$133.42
BANANAMUSA: HOM THONG KHOM (DWARF CAVENDISH)3m x 2m10'CThe Dwarf Cavendish banana is a AAA banana cultivar originally from Vietnam & China. 'Dwarf' references the height of the pseudostem, not the fruit.1 Gal$50.00
3 Gal$133.42
6 Gal$203.20
12 Gal$403.26
BANANAMUSA: ICE CREAM (BLUE JAVA)3m x 3m10'CThe 'Ice Cream' banana is highly regarded as one of the best tasting. This banana has slight hints of vanilla ice cream flavour and a creamy texture. Also know by the name 'Blue Java' in some parts of the world because of the blueish-green skinned fruit.1 Gal$50.00
BANANAMUSA: KOKOPO3m x 2m10'CThis is a fantastic, short-season banana plant that grows quickly. Bloom to harvest time is 5 to 6 weeks, which makes it perfect for that last-minute tropical harvest. If planted in the spring, it will produce fruit by the summer. In addition, it makes a great indoor banana plant, growing fairly thin and lightweight compared to other Musa varieties. This cultivar originates in Papua New Guinea, where almost half of the population is self-sustained. That's a good testament to the hardiness, success, and versatility of the Kokopo banana. The Kokopo banana fruit is unusual in that it holds orange pulp, which is a sign of high vitamin A and beta carotene content. It can be eaten ripe, but is also a popular cooking ingredient.1 Gal$50.00
3 Gal$120.84
BANANAMUSA: LACATAN2m 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$69.36
3 Gal$120.84
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.3 Gal$133.42
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$50.00
 
BAY LEAFLAUREL: LAURUS NOBLIS3m x 2m-10'CA culinary herb often used to flavour soups and stews, and braises and pâtés in Mediterranean cuisine. The fresh leaves are very mild and don't develop their full flavor until several weeks after picking and drying. Bay leaves can also be crushed (or ground) before cooking. Crushed bay leaves impart more of their desired fragrance than whole leaves, and there is less chance of biting into a leaf directly. This herb is used medicinally, as a natural insect repellent and treats rashes for poison ivy.1 Gal$52.20
3 Gal$129.42
 
BILIMBIAVERRHOA BILIMBI3m x 3m5'COne exotic plant that will pique the interest of any life long food forester or curious chef is Bilimbi (Averrhoa bilimbi, cucumber tree fruit, tree sorrel, kamias, mimbro). Bilimbi grows wild and in cultivation in the warmest parts of southeast Asia, throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, India, and Sri Lanka. Bilimbi grows shrub like, from a short trunk that expands with upright branches. As a member of the Averrhoa genus, it is similar in growing nature and closely related to starfruit trees, but is different in looks, fruit, flavour, and use. This tropical tree species is very cold sensitive, and needs close oversight in its early growing stages. Bilimbi trees will flower directly from the trunk in the late winter and early spring. The cylindrical fruits will follow shortly after, changing colour from bright green to yellow-ivory over time. Fruits may fall to the ground when ripe, and will bruise easily because of thin skin. Looking out for a change in colour is a good way to gauge fruit readiness. Bilimbi bears sour and acidic fruit that makes it a staple in any plate that needs an acidic balance. The fruit is rarely eaten raw, but the juice can be used in place of vinegar to add a bitter element to salads, soups, curries, and more. The oxalic acid content of Bilimbi fruit is what contributes to its trademark taste and place on plates around the world.3 Gal$115.97
 
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$132.28
BLACK SAPOTEDIOSPYROS DIGYNA: REINEKE (MERIDA)5m x 5m5'CThe delicious 'Reineke', also known as 'Merida', Black Sapote is a highly sought after rare tropical fruit tree. The inner flesh of the fruit will amaze you with its thick and custardy texture and warm and fruity cacao-like flavour.5 Gal$209.21
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$209.21
 
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.3 Gal$105.82
8 Gal$265.55
 
CHERRYBARBADOS (ACEROLA): MALPIGHIA EMARGINATA4m x 4m0'CThis species is the genuine Barbados cherry that is cultivated for its fruit in Puerto Rico, whilst M. glabra, also known as Barbados cherry is not.2 Gal$58.49
3 Gal$97.96
CHERRYGRUMICHAMA BRAZILIAN: EUGENIA BRASILIENSIS6m x 3m5'CCompact tree with glossy, dark green leaves & rough, corky, textured bark. Fruit deep purple to black with flavour very similar to that of Jaboticaba.3 Gal$115.97
8 Gal$303.88
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.5 Gal$214.50
 
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$152.72
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.8 Gal$298.16
12 Gal$364.65
 
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.2 Gal$77.94
5 Gal$273.85
8 Gal$441.16
CITRUSCITRON: ETROG3m x 2m5'CSmall and shrubby with an open growth habit. The new growth and flowers are flushed with purple and the trees are sensitive to frost. The leaves are oblong but slightly pointed and somewhat rumpled with serrate margins. The fruit looks somewhat like an oblong lemon, but with a shape that approximates the flame of a candle. The mature fruit is considerably larger than a lemon. The rind is yellow, glossy, thick and bumpy. It is very fragrant, with a distinctive aroma of violets derived from beta-ion one. The fruits hold well on the tree. Etrog primarily are grown for Jewish ritual use in the Sukkot harvest festival, held in September or October. Recorded from the time of Alexander Jannaeus (104-78 B.C.). Blemished specimens, and fruits from grafted trees, are sometimes sold for culinary use. The rind is used to make preserves, and as a flavouring ingredient for savoury dishes, desserts and alcoholic beverages.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSCLEMENTINE: ALGERIAN4m x 3m2'CFruit size variable, ranging from medium-small to medium; variable, slightly oblate through globose to oblong and occasionally with small navel. Rind medium in thickness; moderately firm and adherent, but easily peelable and does not puff until well after maturity; surface smooth and glossy, but slightly pebbled because of prominent oil glands; Flesh colour deep orange; tender and melting; juicy; flavour sweet; sub acid and aromatic. Seeds very few to medium in number (depending on cross-pollination). Tree medium in vigour and size, spreading and round-topped; branchlets fine-stemmed, willowy, and nearly thornless; foliage dense. Leaves highly variable in size, narrowly lanceolate in form, and somewhat resembling the Mediterranean or Willow-leaf mandarin. In most locations, regular and satisfactory bearing is assured only by the provision of cross-pollination. Tree strongly cold-resistant. 19142 Gal$77.94
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.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
5 Gal$273.85
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$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
5 Gal$273.85
8 Gal$441.16
CITRUSGRAPEFRUIT: MELOGOLD4m x 3m10'CIntroduced in 1986. Melogold fruits are oblate in form with a slightly flattened base. The rind is smooth and medium to dark yellow at maturity and thinner than Oroblanco for a similarly sized fruit. The large fruits typically average one pound in weight. The flesh is pale yellow in colour, seedless, tender, and juicy. The flavour is mild, sweet and reminiscent more of pomelo than of grapefruit. Melogold is early in its maturity and holds well on the tree. It is a sibling of Oroblanco grapefruit hybrid.2 Gal$77.94
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$156.59
5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSGRAPEFRUIT: RIO RED4m x 3m10'CIntroduced in 1984. A popular red-fleshed fruit. Medium sized and picked while still green. Flesh and juice have a beautiful red colour. Loves high heat. Fruit stores well on the tree and has best flavour in spring and summer.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
6 Gal$276.71
CITRUSGRAPEFRUIT: STAR RUBY4m x 3m5'CWhen grown well, Star Ruby produces attractive red-blushed fruits with a smooth yellow rind. The flesh is very darkly-pigmented, juicy, and low-seeded or seedless. Season of maturity is mid to late-season, and the fruit holds well on the tree with some loss of flesh colour as the season progresses. 19772 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSKUMQUAT: EUSTIS LIMEQUAT4m x 3m5'CEustis, Lakeland, and Tavares. Their importance is approximately in that order. All are characterized by fruits that closely resemble the West Indian lime in size, form, and composition and hence are reasonably acceptable substitutes. Eustis and Lakeland also closely approach the West Indian lime in colour. Tavares, however, exhibits some of the orange coloration characteristic of the kumquat and the pink coloration of the flower buds which occurs in the West Indian lime. All of the limequat are more cold-resistant than the lime parent but considerably less so than the kumquat. 19092 Gal$77.94
CITRUSKUMQUAT: INDIO MANDARINQUAT3m x 2m5'CKumquat-Tangerine Hybrid. This hybrid came from a Nagami tree; the pollen parent is suspected to be Dancy mandarin. This cultivar produces profuse numbers of a very attractive, necked fruit which is light to medium orange coloured the shape of a Minneola tangelo, and about three times the size of Nagami kumquat fruits. It is probably too tart for most palates, but seems somewhat less tart than its Nagami parent. 19722 Gal$77.94
CITRUSKUMQUAT: MEIWA3m x 2m10'CDistinguished by their rounded versus oval shape and their sweetness. Often simply referred to as the sweet kumquat. Meiwa kumquats are entirely edible, rind, flesh and the occasional soft seeds. Meiwa kumquats have a thick, smooth oily peel with aromatic citron fragrances and sweet flavour. Flesh is not overly juicy but still very flavourful and bit tart. Only by eating both the skin and flesh will its perfect sweet-tart flavour balance be experienced. Harvest late winter through early spring. Meiwa in its native Chinese language translates to "golden orange". 19242 Gal$77.94
CITRUSKUMQUAT: NAGAMI (CRC 3877)3m x 2m10'CDoes very well as a containerized tree as well as planted out. Fruit is sweet with a little bit of tart.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSKUMQUAT: NORDMAN NAGAMI3m x 2m5'CDoes very well as a containerized tree as well as planted out. Fruit is sweet with a little bit of tart. Seedling of Nagami. This tree has fruit that are seedless. 19652 Gal$77.94
CITRUSKUMQUAT: NORDMANN SEEDLESS3m x 2m5'CDoes very well as a containerized tree as well as planted out. Fruit is sweet with a little bit of tart. Seedling of Nagami. This tree has fruit that are seedless. 19652 Gal$83.66
CITRUSKUMQUAT: SUNQUAT3m x 2m10'CLemon and kumquat hybrid. Fruit is large (for kumquat) with tropical flavour. Fruit has nice yellow colour and is juicy. Tree is vigorous and productive, although thorny. Leaves are dark green and dense.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSKUMQUAT: TAVARES LIMEQUAT3m x 2m5'CTavares exhibits some of the orange coloration characteristic of the kumquat and the pink colouration of the flower buds which occurs in the West Indian lime. All of the limequat are more cold-resistant than the lime parent but considerably less so than the kumquat. 20001 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSLEMON: ALLEN EUREKA3m x 2m10'CAlso known as Abhayapuri lime. Of a spreading habit, the tree is moderately vigorous and smaller than its best-known rival 'Lisbon'. Less cold-resistant than other varieties. The fruit have a smooth medium thin rind, high juice content, high acid level, low number of seeds and good flavour. The trees are less thorny than many other lemon varieties, which makes picking easier. In its early years, Eureka is more productive than Lisbon and the harvest season remains longer also when fully grown, starting in late winter and continuing through spring till early summer. Intro 1877.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSLEMON: BABOON4m x 3m10'CA Brazilian lemon with very intense yellow rind and flesh. The flavour is acidic with almost a hint of lime. Tree is vigorous with large green leaves.5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSLEMON: EUREKA (VARIEGATED)4m x 3m10'CVariegated leaves and fruit, this variety is very ornamental. The pulp is pink and is juicy and nicely acidic. 19312 Gal$77.94
CITRUSLEMON: IMPROVED MEYER4m x 3m5'CThe original Meyer lemon introductions were symptom-less carriers of the tristeza virus, but the Improved Meyer lemon trees now available are virus-free. Considered ever-bearing & the blooms are very aromatic. It is a lemon and orange hybrid. It is very cold hardy. Fruit is round with a thin rind. Fruit is juicy and has a very nice flavour, with a low acidity. The aroma and flavour are distinctive and many find it especially desirable. Makes the best lemonade. 19712 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSLEMON: LIMONEIRA 8A3m x 2m5'CLimoneira 8A is one of the newest Lisbon selections. It is nowadays probably the most popular Lisbon type in California, Arizona and Argentina. Vigour, size and seediness are similar to Eureka but Limoneira 8A has longer blossoming periods and consequently longer periods of harvesting. Limoneira 8A has a high yield of fragrant rind oil. The name of the variety comes from The Limoneira Company's orchard 8-A in Olivelands where this variety was developed in the 1940's. The new variety proved more resistant to disease and yielded more high quality fruit that maintained a strong shelf life.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSLEMON: PONDEROSA4m x 3m10'CIntroduced in 1887. Considered ever-bearing & its fragrant blooms produce extra large fruit. Its small habit makes it a good variety to espalier with. New growth and flowers are purple tinged. Fruit is moderately juicy and fairly acidic. It is more cold sensitive and requires protection. Fruits mature throughout the year, ever-flowering.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSLEMON: SANTA TERESA4m x 3m5'CThis Italian selection of the Femminello Ovale type is considered more resistant to the mal secco disease than any other clone. Fruit of medium size, short elliptical; rounded at base or very faintly necked; nipple low and blunt; seeds comparatively few and mostly rudimentary. Rind medium-thick; surface finely pitted with depressed oil glands, moderately smooth; tightly adherent. Segments about 10; axis of medium size and solid. Flesh tender, juicy, and very highly acid. Crop well distributed throughout year but mostly in late winter and spring. 19552 Gal$77.94
CITRUSLIME: AUSTRALIAN GREEN FINGER LIME3m x 2m10'CAustralian Finger Lime, also called the "caviar lime", is a thorny tree with small tear drop leaves. The peel is high in oil and very shiny. The Finger Lime does not prefer direct sunlight. Fruits fall/winter. Contained in dark purple rind, the 3" long fruit are a multitude of juicy capsules bursting with intense, sweet-tart, lemon-lime flavour. Found in the wild in Australia.2 Gal$79.37
CITRUSLIME: BEARSS4m x 3m10'CKnown by many names, such as Tahitian lime, Persian lime, and Bearss lemon. Very juicy and has a high rind oil content. The leaves are a beautiful purple when first emerging, turning a nice dark green. 18952 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$169.17
CITRUSLIME: KEYLIME (MEXICAN)3m x 2m10'CThe colour varies from dark green when immature to a yellowish green when ripe. All green lime types turn fully yellow when mature and soon thereafter drop from the tree. To avoid confusion with Lemons, Limes are collected when still green. The Mexican lime is at its juiciest and best medium ripe, when still partly green. If it is allowed to mature on the tree it loses some of its typical flavour and becomes less juicy. This is the Key lime of food recipes. Both the juice and the rind oil of Mexican lime have an inimitable and unique lime flavour.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSLIME: MARRAKECH LIMONETTE5m x 4m5'CFruit medium-sized, depressed subglobose, commonly ribbed; base rounded or somewhat flattened. Rind thin, moderately pitted with sunken oil glands; somewhat bumpy; adherent. Segments about 11; axis medium in size and open. Flesh colour pale yellow; juicy; very sour and aromatic. Tree vigorous, large, upright-spreading and open, lightly spiny, and highly productive; leaves lemon-like, but more oval, less sharp-pointed, and usually somewhat cupped at upper end. Flowers purple in the bud and new growth purple-tinted. Flowers somewhat throughout the year but mainly in spring. Morocco, first described 1921.3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSLIME: MAURITIUS (KAFFIR)3m x 2m10'CThis is a wonderful lime variety. The leaves are used in Thai, Cambodian, Lao and Vietnamese cooking. They are very aromatic and shaped like a figure 8. Fruit is very bumpy, with little juice and is instrumental in making curry paste. The oil from the rind is also used in essential oils.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSLIME: PALESTINE SWEET LIME3m x 3m5'CAlso known as Indian sweet lime. The tree is medium-large with an irregular spreading form. The flowers are pure white, and the new growth is bright green. The fruits are small, round to slightly oblong, and have a thin, smooth, rind with prominent oil glands. The flesh is pale yellow, tender and juicy, with some seeds. The flavour is insipid due to the lack of acidity in the fruit but is appealing to some. 19242 Gal$77.94
CITRUSLIME: PERSIAN (TAHITI)3m x 2m5'CFruit is medium in size and picked when still green. It has a very distinct lime smell. It is juicy and seedless. The tree has less thorns then the Keylime and is more cold tolerant.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSLIME: SWEET LIME5m x 3m10'CC. Limetta. Fruits are oval and green, ripening to yellow, with greenish pulp. The pith is white and about 5mm (0.20") thick. Despite the name sweet lime, the fruit is more similar to a greenish orange in appearance. As the name sweet lime suggests, the flavour is sweet and mild, but retains the essence of lime. The lime's taste changes rapidly in contact with air, and will turn bitter in a few minutes, but if drunk soon after being juiced, the taste is sweet. The flavour is a bit flatter than most citrus due to its lack of acidity. It can be compared to limeade and pomelo.5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSLIME: THORNLESS MEXICAN4m x 3m5'CTree characters suggest that it may be a hybrid. Fruit compared with Mexican lime fruit- it is very similar, virtually indistinguishable. 19372 Gal$77.94
CITRUSORANGE: BARNFIELD NAVEL4m x 3m5'CIt is apparently a sport of Washington navel; said to have good size and carry well on tree until June. NSW, Australia, circa 1985.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSORANGE: BERGAMOT3m x 2m5'CThe tree is small to medium at maturity, thornless, and somewhat spreading in habit. The fruit is medium in size and variable in shape with obovoid most commonly occurring form. The yellow rind has a slightly rough texture and a distinctive rind oil. This oil is used commercially to flavour Earl Grey tea and as a component in perfumes, with Italy producing the majority of the world's supply. The fruits contain few seeds and are monoembryonic in nature. The flesh is pale yellow, acidic, and has a moderate juice content. Bergamot is thought to be a hybrid of sour orange and citron or lemon. Bergamot has been known in the Mediterranean for several centuries and described as early as 1708.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSORANGE: BREAM TAROCCO4m x 3m5'CBream Tarocco is a medium-large to large blood orange variety with few to no seeds. Tarocco blood orange if one of the major blood orange varieties of the world. The distinctive colour is a natural mutation and is due to the presence of anthocyanin, the same plant compound that is responsible for the colour of pomegranates. The distinctive colour requires a chilly winter to develop properly. 19942 Gal$77.94
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$169.17
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$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSORANGE: CALAMONDIN (VARIEGATED)3m x 2m0'CCold-resistant, the tree form is upright and columnar, and the leaves are small and dense giving the tree a fine textural appearance. The fruits are very small, round, and orange at full maturity. The orange flesh is acidic, juicy, and contains a few seeds. Calamondin trees flower and set fruit intermittently throughout the year, adding to the decorative appeal of these trees. A variegated form, with marbled leaves and faintly-striped fruit. Fruit smaller and lighter in colour when mature than fruit of Calamondin- fruit is variegated only when immature. Attractive light green & variegated foliage. 19142 Gal$77.94
CITRUSORANGE: CARA CARA RED NAVEL3m x 3m10'CIntroduced in 1976. Red Navel fruit is typical for navel, easy peeling, sweet and juicy, with red colouring. Colour develops well in warm weather. Tree is compact and dense in growth habit.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$149.44
5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSORANGE: DREAM NAVEL4m x 3m10'CIntroduced in 1939. Smallest of the navels, but with more colour quality and flavour. The fruit is medium sized, well coloured, rich flavour, juicy, seedless and sweet. The fruit holds well to the tree without losing its internal quality.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSORANGE: EARLY GOLD4m x 3m10'CMedium sized fruit, with excellent colour and sweet flavour with few or no seeds. Peel is thin and adherent. Tree is vigorous and very productive. One of the best coloured of the early varieties.3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSORANGE: FUKUMOTO NAVEL3m x 2m5'CThis early maturing navel orange selection reaches legal maturity three to four weeks before Washington navel and is one of the earliest to reach colour-break. One of the most outstanding characteristics of this selection is the deep reddish rind colour of the fruit. Fukumoto trees tend to be smaller than other navel selections and appear to produce more chimeras than most navel orange selections. 1980's3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSORANGE: GLEN NAVEL4m x 3m10'CFruit is large, seedless, easy peeling, juicy and flavourful. Very similar to the Washington Navel, although a little smaller and a little more heavier bearing. Tree is droopy with rounded top, medium in size and vigour.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSORANGE: LANE LATE3m x 2m10'CIntroduced in 1950. A late maturing navel orange, and first of a number of late maturing Australian navel oranges. The fruit is of similar size and shape, but it has a smoother peel and a slightly smaller navel. Seedless with a fine rich flavour. The fruit matures four to six week later than the Washington navel orange and stores on the tree for several months after reaching maturity before the quality deteriorates.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
6 Gal$276.71
CITRUSORANGE: MIDKNIGHT VALENCIA4m x 3m5'CVirtually seedless, medium-large, somewhat oblong fruit of excellent quality and medium-late maturity. Since it ripens earlier than Valencia and does not fruit in clusters to the same degree, it is probably best considered a variety. The tree is moderately vigorous and upright-growing, leaf shape is large and almost grapefruit-like. Bears similar yields to Valencias of same size (not age). At first sight does not appear to carry a good crop but this is the result of the large fruit size. In South Africa the Midknight produces fruit of excellent size (mainly 70-85 mm), good round shape (sometimes very slight shoulder) and very smooth rind texture. Excellent internal quality with high juice percentages and TSS levels. Seedless as Delta but has slightly tougher rag; can also be difficult to peel. Matures at same time as most Valencias. 1930's2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSORANGE: MORO BLOOD 38304m x 3m10'CMoro, in its turn, can have the most intense deep dark, almost purple-black flesh and juice of all blood oranges while it may not have even the slightest speck of pigmentation on the skin. Some say the colour of fully ripe Moro juice resembles the colour of the best wines from Burgundy. The skins of ripe full blood oranges can have as much anthocyanin as the skins of ripe dark grapes. 1975.2 Gal$77.94
5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSORANGE: OLINDA NUCELLAR VALENCIA (MULHOLLAND)4m x 3m5'CNucellar selection of 'Olinda' Valencia from Mulholland Ranch, Orange Cove, California. Original 'Olinda' was also a nucellar selections. 'Olinda' is one of the most popular selections of 'Valencia' used in California. The fruit is of a high quality and seedless. The peel is thin and the pulp is tender and very juicy. A late variety and keeps well on the tree. It can be picked until late spring, or even early summer. Up to 15 months to ripen. Fruit are of high quality but, in heat and without cool nights, the colour break does not always occur and the fruit remain greenish even when fully ripe. 20112 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSORANGE: PARENT WASH4m x 3m10'CWashington navel orange is also known as the Bahia for the Brazilian city from which it was imported into the United States in 1870. Although its origins are uncertain, it is believed to come from a bud sport found in a Selecta orange tree in the early 1800s. These exceptionally delicious, seedless, easy-peeling fruits quickly attracted the attention of citrus growers, and within a decade the "Washington" navel orange, as it came to be known, was the most widely planted.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSORANGE: PINEAPPLE4m x 3m10'CSeedless type found in 1932. Fruit medium-sized, spherical to slightly obovate. Well-coloured. Rind medium-thick, surface finely pitted, and slightly pebbled. Flesh colour light orange; tender, juicy; flavour rich though sweet. Mid-season in maturity. Does not hold on tree. Tree moderately vigorous, medium-large, thorn-less, and highly productive. Named Pineapple because of its delicate fragrance.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSORANGE: POWELL LATE NAVEL3m x 2m5'CA late maturing navel orange, and first of a number of late maturing Australian navel oranges. The fruit is of similar size and shape, but it has a smoother peel and a slightly smaller navel. Seedless with a fine rich flavour. The fruit matures four to six week later than the Washington navel orange and stores on the tree for several months after reaching maturity before the quality deteriorates. NSW, Australia, circa 1978.3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSORANGE: RUBY SWEET4m x 3m10'CFruit is medium-sized, globose to slightly oblong; seeds relatively few. Well-coloured, with reddish flush under favourable conditions. Rind medium-thick, finely pitted, and lightly pebbled. Flesh tender and juicy; flavour rich. An excellent early juice Orange.5 Gal$273.85
12 Gal$467.61
CITRUSORANGE: SANGUINELLI3m x 2m5'CThe tree is small to medium in size, spineless, and very productive. Fruit said to be similar to Doblefina, but larger, seedier, and often asymmetrical; persistent style; blood colouration of both rind and flesh much more intense and constant. External red pigmentation rarely equalled by other blood oranges and excelled by none, making the fruit most attractive. Reported to hold on tree and to store well or better. Intensity of external pigmentation and purplish-red colour of the chalazal spot place this variety in the deep blood group. Variety originated as a limb-sport of Doblefina which came to light in Spain about 1950.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSORANGE: SMITH RED4m x 3m5'CA single seed from a deep red coloured fruit collected in Ventura County. Fruit somewhat over-mature looks like a blood orange, including an indentation at stylar end. The tree is a vigorous grower and carries good crops of fruit. The fruit is of good size and flavour and is very low-seeded. Flesh is heavily pigmented with anthocyanin. Although the fruit is mature in late winter, it holds well into late spring, well past the season for conventional blood oranges. Typically larger than Moro; somewhat variable shape; globose to ovoid with a depressed base, possibly due to juvenility; rind frequently heavily blushed, texture more pebbled than Moro or Tarocco; flesh deeply pigmented by anthocyanin, less tender than Tarocco; flavour very good, sweeter than Moro. 19982 Gal$77.94
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.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSPAPEDA: SUDACHI ICHANDRIN3m x 2m5'CSmall fruit somewhat resembling Yuzu. Fruit is reddish-orange, leaves similar to Yuzu, resistance to citrus canker is good & gummosis resistance is good. Highly resistant to citrus root borer. Growth is slow, may have dwarfing characteristics. Trees are long-lived. Sudachi is an acid citrus; it bears small fruit (20-25 g) and is traditionally grown in Tokushima Prefecture (Japan). The fruit are harvested only at the green stage and are served in cut halves as a garnish. Sudachi trees tend to have a spreading habit of moderate vigour, but can be considered a small- to medium-sized tree, as 26-year-old trees on C-35 cit-range root-stocks are only approximately 8 feet tall. Thorns up to 5 mm in length are present in each leaf axil. Leaves are elliptical in shape, with a small-winged petiole. The tree canopy has dense branching. 19612 Gal$77.94
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.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$159.45
CITRUSPUMMELO: CHANDLER6m x 4m5'CThe fruit is large to very large and almost round with a thick yellow rind that is occasionally blushed with pink. The flesh varies in colour from light pink to very dark pink depending upon where it is grown. The flesh texture is somewhat ricey but still juicy for a pummelo. The fruits mature early and the flavour is pleasant and sweet. Chandler fruits are seedy when cross-pollinated by citrus fruits with viable pollen and seedless when grown in a solid block or in proximity to citrus fruits that are pollen sterile, such as navel oranges and Satsuma mandarin. 19592 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$124.84
CITRUSPUMMELO: COCKTAIL6m x 4m5'CThe fruit can vary from the size of an orange to the size of a grapefruit. It has a thin, smooth, yellow rind. The flesh is yellow-orange in colour, and exceptionally juicy. The flavour is pleasantly sub-acid. Cocktail matures in early winter and the fruits hold well on the tree, puffing when they become very old, but not desiccating. Very unique flavour; you could love it or hate it. About 2/3 or this plus 1/3 Tarocco blood orange juice makes a fantastically flavoured juice drink. Cocktail is actually a hybrid of Siamese Sweet pummelo and Frua mandarin. The cross was made at Riverside, possibly in the 1950s.2 Gal$77.94
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$273.85
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 1980.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
5 Gal$273.85
12 Gal$371.23
CITRUSPUMMELO: RED SHADDOCK6m x 5m10'CLarge fruit with dark red flesh. Smooth texture, very tender and juicy. Flavour is excellent with high sugar content. Tree is willowy with large leaves.12 Gal$492.78
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$156.59
5 Gal$273.85
12 Gal$371.23
CITRUSPUMMELO: TAHITIAN6m x 4m10'CThe origin of Tahitian is obscure but it is believed to have developed in Tahiti from seed from Borneo whence it was taken to Hawaii. The variety is of local interest and highly reputed for its excellent quality. Fruit is round with a flattened bottom and has a rind that is thinner than the typically thick pummelo rind. The flesh is greenish, juicy, and sweet with a flavour some refer to as melon-like or even lime-like. 1950's2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSPUMMELO: VALENTINE HYBRID4m x 3m5'CValentine reaches complete pigmentation in February when the solids:acid ratio is an average of 16:1. A ratio of this level produces an extremely sweet and delicious fruit. The rind is moderately easy to peel when fruits are mature. Valentine combines large size and low acidity from its pummelo parent, complex, floral taste from 'Dancy', and juicy red pulp from 'Ruby'. From selections of hybrid blood grapefruit-like citrus. 1950's2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSSATSUMA: BROWN SELECT3m x 2m5'CTree is slow growing with an open growth habit. Very cold tolerant. Fruit is medium sized with orange seedless flesh, rich in flavour and juicy. Fruit does not hold well to tree, but does store well. Clip to harvest.2 Gal$77.94
CITRUSSATSUMA: DOBASHI BENI3m x 4m0'CDeep orange-red coloured seedless fruit of good quality. This variety originated as a limb sport of Owari and noted about 1940. The fruit need to be picked as soon as they ripen, but they store well. Harvest them carefully as, if you pull the fruit directly from the tree, the skin may tear. Cut the fruits off from the stalk instead.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
CITRUSSATSUMA: FROST OWARI4m x 3m5'CThis variety is of ancient and unknown Japanese origin, presumably from the old province of Owari, whence the name. Fruit medium in size, medium-oblate to subglobose; sometimes slightly necked; seedless. Matures in advance of good coloration. Rind thin and leathery; surface smooth to slightly rough; easily separable. As maturity passes, the neck, if present, increases in size, the rind roughens, and its looseness increases, becoming baggy. Segments 10 to 12, with tough carpellary membranes; loosely separable; axis hollow. Flesh orange-coloured; tender and melting; flavour rich but sub acid. Fruit holds poorly on trees after maturity and must be picked promptly but stores well. Tree moderately vigorous but slow-growing; medium-small, spreading and drooping; very productive. 19162 Gal$77.94
CITRUSSATSUMA: GOLD NUGGET3m x 3m5'CLate-maturing diploid mandarin hybrid that combines good fruit size, excellent productivity, outstanding storage characteristics both on and off the tree, extremely rich and sweet fruit flavour and the absence of seeds even in mixed plantings. Gold Nugget fruit are slightly flattened in shape, with little or no neck. The average fruit size is medium-large for a mandarin, with mean weight per fruit of 130 grams (4.6 oz). The rind texture is variable, depending on tree age, crop, but especially on the amount of pruning the tree has received. Alternate bearing is also reduced in regularly pruned trees. Fruit rinds from non-pruned trees with heavy crops can be somewhat coarse and bumpy although fairly easy to peel when fruit are mature. Rind oil is evident when peeling fresh fruit. Fruit splitting on the stylar end of the fruit can occur. The fruit is juicy, averaging 49% juice content. Flesh is deep orange in colour with a moderately fine texture. The taste is extremely sweet when mature (brix 15.0% in March, 17.5% in May) with a very rich flavour, considered by professional taste panels to be one of the very best flavoured citrus in the world. 19753 Gal$156.59
CITRUSSATSUMA: MIHO WASE4m x 3m5'CFruit somewhat oblate, but high in sugar, usually low in acid; and earlier in maturity. Tree also more vigorous. Markedly similar to Okitsu, but fruit from young trees has been slower to colour and in some location trees have been somewhat more vigorous. The Miho variety originated as a sister nucellar seedling to Okitsu but seems to have the slight differences mentioned above. It was registered in 1963.2 Gal$75.65
CITRUSSATSUMA: NIPPON ORANGEQUAT3m x 2m5'CSatsuma and Meiwa kumquat hybrid. Fruit is large and very flavourful. Matures early and holds well to the tree.2 Gal$80.80
3 Gal$163.74
CITRUSSATSUMA: OKITSU WASE4m x 3m5'COkitsu-wase is a popular cultivar (2nd in acreage) of Satsuma in Japan. Okitsu Wase is better coloured than Kawano Wase. Flavour similar- sweet & ready to eat- but Okitsu Wase may be slightly better flavoured. Fruit somewhat more oblate than Miyagawa, but averages higher in sugar content and matures a week or so earlier. 19402 Gal$77.94
CITRUSSATSUMA: SEEDLESS KISHU3m x 2m5'CThis species is the kishû mikan of Japan. The fruit is small, somewhat oblate, depressed at both ends, orange-coloured, and glossy. The thin, comparatively tight rind is easily peelable and fragrantly aromatic. The flesh is firm, meaty, and pleasantly sweet in flavour. Seeds are few. Small mandarin, sweet, peels & sections well. Mukakukishu is a completely seedless variety. Very old species of possibly Chinese origin.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
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. 19922 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSSATSUMA: YOSEMITE GOLD TM (TDE #4)4m x 3m5'CPatented (Plant Patent #16,289), Triploid mandarin hybrid that combines large fruit size, rich fruit flavour and the virtual absence of seeds even in mixed plantings. Yosemite Gold™ mandarin fruit are oblate (moderate flat) in shape, with little or no neck. The average fruit size is large for a mandarin and a mean weight per fruit of 175 grams (6 oz.), heavy for the fruit size. A smooth rind texture for fruit on trees with moderate to heavy crops. Rinds of fruit from trees with very light crops can be excessively rough. The rind is quite easy to peel when fruit are mature. Flesh is deep orange in colour with a medium texture. The fruit is moderately juicy averaging 42% juice content and are quite sweet (13% brix in February, 16% in April) with a very rich and very distinctive flavour.2 Gal$82.23
CITRUSTANGELO: FERTIC TEMPLE3m x 2m10'CA Tangor, fruit is medium-large, juicy with rich, spicy flavour. Peel is adherent, but easily peeled. Tree has medium vigour and is a little sensitive to cold.6 Gal$276.71
CITRUSTANGELO: MINNEOLA3m x 2m5'CMinneola is a hybrid of Duncan grapefruit and Dancy tangerine, released in 1931. 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.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$156.59
5 Gal$273.85
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.5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSTANGELO: NOVA3m x 2m5'CA Clementine and Orlando tangelo hybrid. Fruit is medium-large in size, easy peeling, good colour, pleasant flavour and juicy. Tree is dense with dark green leaves and somewhat upright in habit. Tree is cold tolerant.2 Gal$77.94
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$273.85
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.2 Gal$77.94
3 Gal$169.17
5 Gal$273.85
CITRUSTANGELO: WEKIWA3m x 3m10'CIntroduced in the 1930's. Wekiwa is a hybrid of Sampson Tangelo and a Grapefruit and therefore should be called a Tangelolo. It is delicious, very juicy sweet tropical flavour, of average size for mandarins. The tree is not vigorous but it is very productive and the fruit ripen in January. Under favourable conditions rind pink-blushed and flesh amber-pink. Early in maturity.5 Gal$273.85
6 Gal$276.71
CITRUSTANGELO: WHITE3m x 3m10'CThis white tangelo is large in size, nearly seedless, ripens very early, is sweet and juicy.5 Gal$273.85
12 Gal$371.23
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.2 Gal$77.94
5 Gal$273.85
12 Gal$371.23
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$273.85
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$273.85
CITRUSTANGERINE: SHASTA GOLD TM (TDE #2)3m x 2m5'CShasta Gold™ (TDE2) is a hybrid with Temple tangor, and Dancy and Encore mandarins. Patented (Plant Patent #15,461) Triploid mandarin hybrid that combines large fruit size, rich fruit flavour and the virtual absence of seeds even in mixed plantings. Shasta Gold mandarin fruit are moderately flat in shape, with little or no neck. The average fruit size is large for a mandarin (size 15 by industry packing standards) with a mean width of 75 mm (2.95 in.) and a height of 59 mm (2.32 in.), weight per fruit of 185 grams (6.5 oz), heavy for the fruit size. Rind texture generally smooth on fruit from trees with moderate to heavy crops. The rind of fruit from trees with very light crops can be excessively rough. The rind is fairly easy to peel when fruit are mature. Flesh is deep orange in colour with a moderately fine texture. The fruit is juicy averaging 49% juice content and are very sweet when mature (13% brix in February, 16% in April) with a very rich, distinctive flavour. 19872 Gal$82.23
3 Gal$169.17
CITRUSTANGERINE: TAHOE GOLD TM (TDE #3)4m x 3m5'CPatented (Plant patent #15,703) mandarin hybrid that combines large fruit size, rich fruit flavour and the virtual absence of seeds even in mixed plantings. Fruit are slightly flattened in shape with a small neck. The average fruit size is medium-large for a mandarin, mean weight per fruit of 135 grams (4.75 oz.), heavy for the fruit size. The rind texture is variable, depending on the tree age and crop. Rind texture is smooth to slightly pitted on fruit from older trees with moderate to heavy crops. The rind of the fruit from trees with very light crops can be excessively rough. The rind is of medium thickness and moderately easy to peel when fruit are mature. Flesh is deep orange in colour, with a fine texture. The fruit is typically very juicy averaging 48% juice content and are quite sweet (13.5% brix in February, 15.5% in March) with a rich, distinctive flavour. Tahoe Gold™ (TDE3) is a hybrid with Temple tangor, and Dancy and Encore mandarins. 19872 Gal$82.23
3 Gal$169.17
 
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.3 Gal$122.84
 
COFFEECOFFEA: ARABICA3m x 3m10'CA small tree with characteristic horizontal branching, usually trimmed to take the form of a small shrub about 2m/6ft tall. Leaves are evergreen and usually shiny. These beans are used by most common brands.1 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$76.51
 
CUSTARD APPLERED: ANNONA RETICULATA3m x 3m5'CThe red custard apple is a very close relative to the Sugar Apple and Atemoya. They have a thick creamy custard-like pulp that can be pink, red or white. The fruit have a pleasant flavour and aroma, and they are best eaten out of hand or in ice-cream.3 Gal$135.14
 
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.2 Gal$108.82
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.2 Gal$108.82
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$50.00
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.2 Gal$108.82
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.8 in$50.00
1 Gal$50.00
 
FIGFICUS: VIOLET DE BORDEAUX2m x 2m-10'CDiscovered about 1680 in Versailles (thought to be originally from Spain) this hardy cultivar produces large, almost black fruit with very deep red pulp. The flavour is rich and delightfully sweet. Producing two crops per year; breba fruit are pyriform with thick, tapering necks, the main crop fruit are spherical often without necks. Excellent fresh or dried but probably needs heat to develop the best flavour. This dwarf and prolific cultivar is considered by some to be the very best tasting fig around.3 Gal$114.11
 
GINGERZINGIBER OFFICINALE2m x 2m10'CThis is a great selection of edible yellow ginger root that produces rhizomes quickly. These rhizomes can be dug as soon as 4-6 months in ground or from a container. Store bought ginger root is mature, fibrous, & extra spicy. "Baby Ginger", which is harvested juvenile, is becoming more and more popular in the culinary arts. It is more mild, tender & does not need to be peeled. The shelf life is about 1-2 weeks at room temperature. This makes it an ideal plant to have in the home garden/container, where it can be harvested fresh as needed.1 Gal$50.00
 
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.8 Gal$323.90
GUAVAPSIDIUM GUAJAVA: RUBY RED4m 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.6 Gal$218.08
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$197.77
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$100.53
6 Gal$220.94
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$220.94
 
HOG PLUMSPONDIAS MOMBIN (RED)4.5m x 4.5m0'CNative to the tropical Americas, Hog plum (Spondias Mombin) is an ornamental tree of the cashew family (Anacardiaceae) and has naturalized in many parts of Africa and southeast Asia. The hog plum and several other species of the genus Spondias are cultivated for their edible plum-like fruits. The young leaves can also be eaten, and various parts of the plant are used in traditional medicine. The trees have deeply fissured bark and goes dormant in the winter, dropping all of their leaves. As spring breaks, the trees start to flower, with fruit following in 45-60 days. The fruit and flower of the hog plum occur right on the branches as opposed to hanging from the tips. The drupe fruits are about 4 cm (1.6 inches) in length and have a leathery skin.5 Gal$190.76
HOG PLUMSPONDIAS MOMBIN (YELLOW)4.5m x 4.5m0'CNative to the tropical Americas, Hog plum (Spondias Mombin) is an ornamental tree of the cashew family (Anacardiaceae) and has naturalized in many parts of Africa and southeast Asia. The hog plum and several other species of the genus Spondias are cultivated for their edible plum-like fruits. The young leaves can also be eaten, and various parts of the plant are used in traditional medicine. The trees have deeply fissured bark and goes dormant in the winter, dropping all of their leaves. As spring breaks, the trees start to flower, with fruit following in 45-60 days. The fruit and flower of the hog plum occur right on the branches as opposed to hanging from the tips. The drupe fruits are about 4 cm (1.6 inches) in length and have a leathery skin.5 Gal$190.76
 
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.3 Gal$156.59
5 Gal$201.06
JABOTICABAMYRCIARIA HYBRIDIZES [RED]5m x 3m10'CA hybrid between Myrciaria Cauliflora and M. Aureana [white]. It retains the excellent taste of the black variety, but is ripe in half the time.3 Gal$156.59
5 Gal$208.07
 
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$301.30
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$250.97
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$230.66
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$148.86
5 Gal$250.97
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$139.43
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: ORANGE CRUSH3m x 3m10'COrange Crush has a dark orange, extra crunchy flesh, with a nice clean green skin, and low latex. Typically weighs about 9 kg (20 lbs). The interior of the fruit consists of large edible bulbs of yellow, sweet, banana-flavoured aromatic flesh that encloses a smooth seed.8 Gal$258.40
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: RED MORNING5m x 3m10'CPink inside, sweet and crunchy, excellent flavour.8 Gal$258.40
JACKFRUITARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS: TANGERINE5m x 3m10'CComing Soon5 Gal$216.36
 
JUNE PLUMSPONDIAS DOLCIS3m x 2m0'CThe dwarf Ambarella is a fast growing plant that will produce fruit in less than one year, and at a height of only two feet. They are often eaten fresh, or made into drinks and jellies that taste something like apple butter. They have a single sharp, rather large, spiny seed.3 Gal$153.73
5 Gal$162.31
 
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$132.28
5 Gal$210.93
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$132.28
5 Gal$210.93
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$210.93
 
LOQUATERIOBOTRYA JAPONICA: CHAMPAIGN4.5m x 4.5m0'CProduces a very large, oval, white-fleshed juicy fruit. Fruit forms in large clusters and has deep yellow skin like most other loquat varieties, however ripens a little later in the season than most. The excellent flavour is bright, tart, sweet, and somewhat astringent. Extend your loquat growing season with the delicious Champaign Loquat!8 Gal$320.46
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.8 Gal$320.46
LOQUATERIOBOTRYA JAPONICA: OLIVER7m x 5m0'CNoted as being a very sweet variety, less acidic than other loquat cultivars.5 Gal$235.52
8 Gal$363.36
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.8 Gal$363.36
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.8 Gal$363.36
 
LYCHEELITCHI CHINENSIS: BREWSTER3m x 2m0'COne of the most extensively planted commercial varieties in Florida. The fruit is large, deep red, and of excellent eating quality. A vigorous upright grower and like many Lychee, it tends to be an alternate bearer producing good crops every two out of three years.3 Gal$132.28
LYCHEELITCHI CHINENSIS: MAURITIUS3m x 2m0'CTai-So or Hong Huey or Hong Huay or Da Zao & Tai Tsao. Originating in southern China, but it is named for the island off the southeast coast of Africa where extensive commercial plantings have been in production for decades. It is a regular and heavy producer. The fruit is sweet, pink to red, and produces chicken tongue seeds in about one out of ten fruit.3 Gal$132.28
LYCHEELITCHI CHINENSIS: SWEETHEART3m x 2m5'CHands down the finest Lychee. It is a consistent producer of huge heart shaped fruit all having chicken tongue seeds. Production is close to that of Mauritius, inspiring growers targeting high-end produce markets and gourmet restaurants. It is quickly becoming the choice of home garden growers for its reliability and superior quality.3 Gal$146.58
 
MAMEYPOUTERIA SAPOTE: KEY WEST (PANTIN)4m x 3m10'CThis superior and very rare cultivar has a history as rich and unique as its coveted flavour. Discovered growing near a fire station in Key West, FL.3 Gal$148.86
 
MANGOGARCINIA HUMILIS: ACHACHA3m x 3m10'CRare Mangosteen relative.3 Gal$128.56
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: ASHLUL MUKARAR4m x 3m10'CAshul Mukarar (Asroor Muqarar) is from the central India orchard of Padamshri Haji Kalimullah Khan, named after a family member. Heart shaped and of outstanding quality. The flesh of the fruit is very light coloured, almost white in the perimeter. Its flavour is very unique with almost a soda pop component, and goes overripe easily if allowed to tree ripen.2 Gal$91.09
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: BOMBAY (PAIRI, RASPURI)5m x 3m10'CExotic Indian "Pahari". Loved in Jamaica. The fruit averages less than 450g at maturity and typically remains mostly green, with little red blush. The flesh is dark orange, wonderfully flavoured, rich and resinous and completely fibreless. The trees are vigorous in growth and form open canopies. Some issues with powdery mildew.3 Gal$153.73
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: BRAHM KAI MEU4m x 3m10'COften spelt 'Prahm Kai Meu', this mango is from Thailand. It is most commonly consumed green before maturity when it is crunchy. However it can also be allowed to ripen when it develops what most would consider a typical Thai flavour with floral and honey notes, lacking any tart component. The seed is long and poly-embryonic, the trees have a spreading growth habit with somewhat open canopy. They are any early-to-mid season fruit.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: CAC5m x 3m10'CThe fruit is exceptionally rich and sweet, with a brilliant acid component to balance out its sweetness. Cac is also a good steady producer and largely disease-free.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: CAMBODIANA4m x 3m10'CSent to Florida from Saigon in spring of 1902. In Vietnam it was known under the name Xoi Voi. It was recognized for its good production and anthracnose resistance. The fruit is small, oval and light yellow in colour. The flesh is fiberless and has a mellowed sweet flavour, containing a poly-embryonic seed. It is an early season mango.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: D BURD4m x 3m10'CSelected and propagated by mango enthusiasts Jenny and David Burd. They enjoyed it, finding it had a very nice Indian flavour with a lot of potential as the tree gets older. The fruit are attractively coloured and oval-shaped. The flesh is moderately firm, juicy and sweet with spice notes and a mild amount of resin. The seed is monoembryonic. The fruit matured in late June in its first season. The tree itself seems to have a spreading growth habit and has grown somewhat slowly. It appears to be a consistent bearer.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: DASHERI (DUSARI)9m x 5m10'CNorth Indian Mango. Yellow Dasheri mangoes have a fibreless, peach-coloured flesh, the flavour is very sweet and aromatic. Also known as Dusari The trees are vigorous in growth and form open canopies.2 Gal$91.09
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: DIAMOND3m x 2m10'CA semi dwarf variety for growing in a container. Diamond has a unique consistency, making it a collector must have. It contains some fibre and has a green vegetable-like taste not found in the dessert type mangoes. Holds up well to storage due to its solid interior.3 Gal$148.86
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: DOT5m x 5m10'CKnown for its exceptionally rich, robust and delicious flavour that many people treasure. Its flavour is unique and difficult to classify by group, though classical in flavour. It is ovate in shape and typically yellow at maturity, sometimes with a little pink blush. The flesh is yellow, fiberless, and contains a monoembryonic seed. The trees are moderately vigorous growers with spreading, open canopy. They tend to be precocious and flower regularly, and are consistent producers. Prone to anthracnose in high humidity. Interestingly, Dot appears to be highly resistant to mango bacterial black spot and rot fungi. The fruit are early-to-mid season, and ripen between June and July. Their season tends to be fairly extended. They must not be allowed to ripen on the tree or will turn overripe and musky, and they will hang on well past peak ripeness if not harvest on time. But a properly ripened Dot is truly incredible to taste!2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: DUNCAN4m x 4m10'COriginal from Florida. An exceptionally sweet mango, slightly tangy, refreshing with a hint of citrus and fruity aroma. The colour is yellow with no blush. The skin is thick, waxy and resistant to handling damage. The tree is typically tolerant of anthracnose infection. Production is heavy. It can be maintained at a height and spread of 8-10 feet with a minimal care and pruning. Small, fiberless fruit with a thin seed. Average fruit size is 500g.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: DUPUIS SAIGON5m x 5m10'CSometimes just called Dupuis, this was a seedling of Saigon selected by Dr John Dupuis. The trees are very vigorous, vertical growers. Good producers of small-to-medium sized, oblong-shaped yellow fruit that develop limited pink blush. The flesh is fiberless with a delightfully sweet hybrid flavour with a touch of tropical acidity, making it popular among those who try it. An early season mango ripening between May and June, and usually has a short season spanning a couple weeks. It is somewhat anthracnose prone and its performance in humidity suffers as a result, but the trees excel with good air movement. It also appears to be resistant to mango bacterial black spot.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: EARLYGOLD4m x 3m10'CSelected by Frank Adams in the 1940s. It has the distinction of fruiting in the spring months, hence the name it received. Pedigree analysis has indicated it is a Haden seedling. The fruit are yellow, small-to-medium sized and oval shaped with a raised stem end. The flesh is fiberless and the flavour is Indochinese-type, and similar to that of Florigon but superior. It contains a poly-embryonic seed, and a 'Saigon' type is likely in Earlygold's parentage. The tree is a moderately vigorous grower with a somewhat vertical growth habit and open canopy. The fruit have good anthracnose resistance and appear resistance to mango bacterial black spot as well.2 Gal$83.94
3 Gal$156.01
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: EDGAR4m x 4m10'CMostly yellow with some olive green towards the bottom and starting to brown on top, 10cm long and weighing 355g. Bright yellow-orange flesh, fiber-less soft and juicy. Tastes like canned peaches with an added tangy finish and a resinous taste near the peel.5 Gal$275.28
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: EMERALD4m x 3m10'CSelected on Pine Island, Florida and probably had Bombay in its parentage. It has been promoted by Fairchild Garden's mango festival as a curator's choice tree. The fruit has a firmer flesh than Bombay and the tree grows much less vigorously, with a more open canopy. The flavour is similar though not quite identical, and belongs in the Indian/West Indian flavour group. The seed is monoembryonic. Emerald fruit are a light green colour at maturity, sometimes with just a hint of pink blush. The shape is oval/round and the fruit tend to be small. A consistent producer and flowers regularly.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: EWAIS4m x 3m10'CFrom Egypt, originating in the area near the Suez canal and named after an Egyptian minister. It is a small, ovate-shaped yellow fruit with a fiberless flesh and exceptionally sweet flavour that surprises those who have never tried it. The seed is polyembryoic. The tree is non-precocious, and takes a while to start producing. It has a medium vigour, upright growth habit with dense canopy and may struggle to flower in a warm climate. When it does flower though it sets a lot of fruit and makes nice crops.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: EXCALIBUR4m x 3m10'CSelected by Richard and Linda Wilson of Lantana, Florida and named after their nursery. Reports of its parentage have varied between Carrie and Dot, with its flavour profile and aroma strongly suggesting Dot to be one of its parents. The fruit is small-to-medium sized and yellow at maturity. The tree has a spreading growth habit with open canopy. The flavour is impressive, of the classic group in particular very comparable to Dot. The fruit had no issues with disease.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: FLORIGON5m x 5m10'CA fibreless early season cultivar that is extremely popular for its quality, consistency, and precocity. The flesh is firm with a deep yellow colour and mild flavour. The trees are medium vigorous growers with open canopies and somewhat vertical growth habit. They have outstanding anthracnose resistance. Florigon is also very resistant to mango bacterial black spot and rot fungi.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: FRANCES HARGRAVE4m x 3m10'CReported by the person who grew it (Frances Hargrave) to be a Haden seedling, but it almost certainly has Keitt in its parentage based on its growth, foliage and fruiting habit. Selected in Miami, this mango received some attention for being promoted by the Fairchild mango festival. It has a lanky growth habit with large leaves reminiscent of Keitt. A good producer of medium-sized, yellowish elliptically-shaped fruit with fiberless flesh that have a mild sweet flavour comparable to Glenn. The seed is monoembryonic. Anthracnose resistance appears to be reasonably good and the tree fruits under high disease pressure.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: FRUIT PUNCH7m x 5m10'COval in shape, medium sized. The flesh is yellow, very firm and fiber-less. The fruit fall under the classic-acidic group and have a limited window period where the flavor is ideal. The trees appear to be good producers, but the fruit are very susceptible to bacterial spot and rot. New designer cultivar.3 Gal$163.16
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: GAYLOUR5m x 5m10'CReportedly from Egypt. Fruit are yellow, long oblong shaped, and decently sized. The flesh is yellow, firm, fiberless, and very finely flavoured, belonging to the Indian/West Indian flavour group. It is comparable to mango like Step and Taymour in flavour. The seed is monoembryonic, unlike most Egyptian mango. The tree has a spreading growth habit and is somewhat vigorous. A large oblong shaped fruit, it may be prone to some splitting on the tree. It appears to be sufficiently resistant to bacterial spot and rot.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: GISELLE5m x 5m10'CDescribed as a "juice mango" and is named after Gary Zill's wife. The fruit is ovoid-shaped, developing a reddish blush on the skin. The flesh is dark yellow, and is indeed quite juicy but not fibrous. Giselle's flavour is of the Indian/West Indian sort and tastes like an outstanding Graham mango when that variety is on point. The tree is a highly vigorous, upright grower.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: GLENN5m x 5m10'CA Haden seedling, the fruit has a mild peachy flavour which is both sweet and delicious during dry weather, though can be washed out under wet conditions. It is of excellent eating quality, The trees are medium size growers with dense canopies, and are regular producers with good anthracnose resistance, fruiting well even in marginal locations. They also appear to be very resistant to mango bacterial black spot and rot diseases.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: GOLDEN LIPPENS4m x 3m10'CSelected and planted in 1942 and first fruited in 1951. The Golden Lippens was publicized and described by the Florida mango forum in the 1950s, but despite its good production traits, it never became a commonly planted variety. The trees are medium-sized growers, and very good producers. Fruit are medium-to-large sized, oval-oblong in shape, turning yellow at maturity. The flesh has scanty fibre, with a mild flavour somewhat comparable to that of Valencia Pride. A monoembryonic seed.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: GOLDEN QUEEN4m x 3m10'CAlso known as Jin Huang. From Taiwan, it is a cross between Ivory and Keitt, producing enormous fruit. They are oblong-sigmoid in shape, staying relatively green at maturity with some minimal pinkish blush at the top of sun exposed fruit, weighing up to several pounds. Flesh is firm, fiberless, and yellow. The flavour is very good, of the Thai-class but with perhaps a little more depth to it. The trees are moderately vigorous growers with spreading dense canopy. The foliage resembles that of Keitt but the flowers have superior anthracnose resistance.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: GOUVEIA5m x 5m10'CA mango cultivar originated in Honolulu, Hawaii. The tree is upright, with open branching. Fruit medium to large (300-500g). It is a high quality mango, attractively coloured, with late, uneven ripening. Flesh is orange, nearly fiber-less, sweet, juicy. Seed is small, slender, monoembryonic. Tree is of medium size, a consistent but not heavy bearer. In quality tests 'Gouveia' received top scoring.2 Gal$91.09
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: GRAHAM3m x 3m10'CCompact tree that can be maintained to a height of 8 feet or shorter. Graham was a seedling of the Julie mango planted in Trinidad and has become a popular nursery stock tree in Florida for home growing due to its fine flavour and good disease resistance.The flesh is orange, aromatic, fiber-less, and very resinous and spice-noted, with the right amount of sweetness to balance it all out. A good Graham can be phenomenal and one of the best. Graham possesses decent anthracnose resistance and also appears to be very resistant to mango bacterial black spot and rot diseases as well. It was selected as a curator's choice mango for Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's 2008 mango festival.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: GUAVA DWF5m x 3m10'CTree is a gorgeous, leafy lush green. The fruit are small, have an ovate shape like Zill, and are greenish-yellow at maturity. The flesh is fiberless with an incredible strong aroma reminiscent of a guava, hence the name. The flavour is Indian-type with rich, robust spice notes and great sweetness. Guava has proven to be a very popular mango among those who have tried it. It does not appear to be a highly productive variety, but isn't prone to bacterial spot and rot, which is a major plus.2 Gal$90.23
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: HARVEST MOON7m x 5m10'CThe fruit are huge, up to 2.1 kg (3 lbs), round, and shaped more like a Kent mango. They are firm fleshed, sweet in the classic-flavor group with notes of plum. The fruit have been resistant to anthracnose and do not seem to get bacterial black spot; they do have a problem with sometimes splitting open on the tree before maturity.3 Gal$163.16
5 Gal$279.57
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: HONEY KISS3m x 2m10'CA Keitt seedling from Gary Zill. It was originally going to be discarded before being rescued by his brother Walter, who found the trees to be very productive at his property and gave it the name Honey Kiss. Fruit are small-to-medium sized, yellow developing some pink blush near maturity. The flesh is yellow, firm, fiberless, and in the classic-flavour group, with nice sweet flavour and have proven quite popular. The seed is poly-embryonic. The tree is a slow, low-vigour grower with a spreading growth habit. A late-season mango ripening between late-July and September.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: ICE CREAM2m x 2m10'CEasily maintainable at a height of just six feet, making it ideal for container growing. Although the fruit is not exactly dessert to the eyes, the flavour is sweet, rich, and reminiscent of mango sorbet. In the Dominican Republic the fruit skin turns a canary yellow colour. This is due to the tropical yet arid conditions of their mango growing regions. Unfortunately they are very fungus prone and not very productive.3 Gal$139.43
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: ITAMARACA3m x 2m10'CFrom Brazil. Fruit are very small and round, sometimes flying saucer-shaped, green but develop some yellow and red blush at maturity. The flesh is fiberless and has what is categorize as Indian/Alphonso class flavour, resembling the flavour of the Kesar variety. So if you are a fan of Kesar you may enjoy trying Itamaraca! The seed is small and poly-embryonic. The trees are spreading growers with a dwarfish/compact growth habit. Despite the small fruit size, they produce well. Appears to be an early-to-mid season variety with an extended season.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: JULIETTE4m x 2m10'CThe fruit are fairly small, oval shaped, the flesh is very soft, fiber-less, and has a rich Indian spice flavour. Juliette appears promisingly resistant to bacterial spot and rot, but may be prone to anthracnose in high humidity.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: KEOW SAVOY (KHIEO SAWOEI)5m x 5m10'CSelected in Thailand and sets the standard for mature green mango. Fruits are long and slender, weight 400-600g. Smooth dark green skin when ripe with permanent stitches. The flesh is firm and crisp, very juicy, fine texture sweet with very slight acid touch. Taste evokes flavours of green apple, orange and toasted macadamia nuts.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: LAHORE HIMSAGAR4m x 3m10'CThis is the name Tropical Acres has given to the Himsagar. Contained in the collection of the USDA, which has been propagated to some degree in south Florida. It did not resemble the Himsagar of West Bengal and Bangladesh (which is a round fruit shaped similar to Kent or Haden). T. A. have given it the name Lahore Himsagar because the budwood was supposedly sent to the USDA from Lahore, Pakistan along with several other varieties in the early 1960s. This mango is slightly oblong in shape, medium-sized and yellow at maturity. The flesh is delightfully rich and sweet in flavour, belonging in the classic flavour group. It appears to be a mid-season mango and the trees are precocious and productive in large pots. The seed is monoembryonic.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: M44m x 4m10'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$153.73
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MABRUKA5m x 5m10'CFrom Egypt, originating on an island in the Nile river and named by an Englishman named Fisher. The name translates to Blessed. Fruit are small, oval-ovate in shape with a beak at the bottom, turning yellow when ripe with some red blush at the top. The flesh is firm, yellow, with minimal fibre and has a mild Indian/West Indian-type flavour it is comparable in flavour to Rosa. The tree is vigorous, with spreading canopy.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MADAM BLANC5m x 3m10'CFrom Haiti, it's a small-to-medium sized oblong fruit with a poly-embryonic seed, light yellow flesh that is fairly fibrous and mild/insipid in flavour. It has some level of fungal resistance. A mid-season Mango fruiting primarily in July.3 Gal$163.16
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MAHACHANOK7m x 5m10'CMahachanok is an oblong commercial mango from Asia, with yellow to orange colour exterior when ripe. Described as a fiberless, sweet, and pleasant mango. The leaves of the tree are dark green and slimmer than many other mango trees.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MALLIKA3m x 3m10'CNative to India, it has become a favourite due to its superb flavour, unparalleled disease resistance, and small but extremely productive habit. The catch, however, is the fruit must be picked mature green for optimum flavour, packed in a cardboard box and kept at room temperature. Ripening typically takes ten to fourteen days.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MAMME4m x 3m10'CLittle is known about 'Mamme' other than that it is a small-to-medium sized, round-shaped mango that turns yellow. It is from East Africa and has also been grown in Puerto Rico The sap has an aroma that would indicate classical flavour. Impressive production observed.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MAPULEHU4m x 3m10'CFrom Molokai, Hawaii and is also known as 'Joe Welch', the name of the man who planted the seed in 1929. Speculated to be a cross between the Pirie (see 'Bombay') and Haden. Mapulehu received attention from horticulturalists in Hawaii due to its well-regarded eating quality but was found to perform poorly in wet areas, so is largely confined to dry sections of the islands. Fruit are ovate shaped, yellow and developing an orange/reddish blush. The flesh is fairly firm, with very minimal fibre, and has a very good Indian/West Indian flavour probably superior to that of Bombay. The tree is a vigorous grower in Hawaii. Container grown it has actually grown only modestly. The growth habit appears spreading.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MEKONG4m x 3m10'CCame from the breeding program of David Sturrock in West Palm Beach, Fl and was a cross between an Edward and a Philippine mango. It was named 'Mekong' due to its resemblance to 'Mango Mecongensis', to which it has no relation. The fruit are kidney shaped, yellow, and medium sized. The flesh is firm yet fiberless, orange in colour and has a rather unique flavour that is like a Thai mango with a resinous component. It contains a poly-embryonic seed. A relatively steady producer and the fruit are very anthracnose resistant too. It also appears to be resistant to bacterial black spot. A mid-season mango usually ripening from late June through July.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MESK5m x 5m10'CFrom Egypt and has small oval fruit that develop nice purple/red colour as it matures. The flesh is orange, fiberless, and rich with a good deal of spice notes to go along with a tropical fruit punch flavour which bears some resemblance to that of the Kesar mango. The tree is a vigorous grower with vertical growth habit, and seems to produce well while possessing good disease resistance. The fruit have a short shelf life however and tend to turn soft while still on the tree. They ripen well when harvested mature firm.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MUN KHUN SEE3m x 2m10'CSometimes written 'Mun Kun See or simply 'Khun See'. From Thailand where it is primarily consumed green, though it may be eaten ripe as well. The fruit are oblong shaped, turn yellow at maturity and may be eaten at various stages of ripeness, though sweet even when green. When ripe, the flesh is yellow, fiberless and very sweet, possessing regular Thai flavour with honey and floral notes. The seed is poly-embryonic. Somewhat compact growers and produce well.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: MYATRYNAT3m x 2m10'CFrom Myanmar, where it is grown on some commercial scale. The fruit are small, yellow, kidney shaped and slightly resemble Fairchild in appearance. The flesh is light yellow, fiberless, and mildly sweet with an Indochinese flavour, comparable to that of Florigon. The seed is poly-embryonic.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: NAM DOC MAI #43m x 3m10'CThe fruit are sigmoid-oblong with a tapering nose. The flesh is pale yellow, silky smooth and completely fiberless. It has a strong floral and honey component, lacking any tartness. Tends to be a compact and precocious tree. The flowers and foliage have good anthracnose resistance, but the fruit itself is susceptible to post-harvest anthracnose and the flowers are prone to powdery mildew. It also appears at least moderately prone to bacterial black spot of the fruit.3 Gal$163.16
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: NELE PETITE4m x 3m10'CSometimes spelt as one word, Nelepetite. A small oblong shaped fruit that turns a crimson red colour. The flesh is fiberless, yellow, with a very good classic flavour.2 Gal$83.94
3 Gal$156.01
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: OKRUNG5m x 5m10'CAn excellent Thai cultivar. The fruit is traditionally served in Thailand in combination with sticky rice. Flesh is pale yellow, has some fiber, with a rather poor flesh-to-seed ratio. The flavour is sugar cane sweetness, with no acidity to balance it out. The tree is a medium sized erect grower that holds the fruit from June-late Aug. Good anthracnose resistance, but it appears at least moderately susceptible to mango bacterial black spot and rot fungi.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: PAIRI (PAHERI)5m x 5m10'CAlso called Paheri and Pairie, one of the best varieties from India. Oval shaped between 250-450g, its flesh is yellow-orange, firm, juicy, fiberless, sweet with a typical sub-acid taste and pronounced scent. Quality is excellent.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: PHILIPPINE (CARABAO)5m x 3m10'CPhilippine mango is a small fiber-less fruit introduced to Florida from Cuba. One of the most important varieties of mango in the Philippines. The flesh is soft, melting, and has a sweet rich flavour. The fruit have excellent anthracnose resistance and have good resistance to bacterial spot and rot as well.3 Gal$115.97
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: PHOENIX4m x 4m10'CClean Fruit. An elite flavoured mango and one of the best of the newer varieties. Falls somewhere between classic and Indian flavour, with a strong subacid component to balance out its rich sweetness and having some resin present.2 Gal$91.09
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: PIM SEN MUN4m x 4m10'CAlso called 'Phimsen Mun'. This is an extremely productive mango. If you like green mangoes, you will love this one! As with many Thai mangoes, this variety must be eaten green to fully enjoy its unique apple-like qualities. It has a crunchy, crisp texture with a pleasantly tart taste. Pick when the fruit are full-sized and green, before they ripen. For a truly different taste, try the fruit with salt and Cayenne pepper. It can also be eaten ripe, has sweet juicy pulp and great flavour.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: PIVA3m x 2m10'CFrom South Africa, where it has been used as a rootstock capable of dwarfing some cultivars, including a number of Florida-types. It is a red-coloured fruit, small-to-medium in size, and produces beautiful inflorescence. The flesh is yellow and fiberless. The flavour is in the classic group and fairly mild with some earthiness, and is comparable to Irwin. The seed is poly-embryonic, true to its reputation. Piva has been a slow grower. Produces very well every year, and hasn't encountered problems with disease yet.2 Gal$83.94
3 Gal$156.01
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: PO PYU KALAY (LEMON MERINGUE)5m x 5m10'CA unique Asian mango from Myanmar (formerly Burma). It is a small, oval-oblong yellow mango with pale yellow, fiber-less flesh with a very rich, sweet-citrus dominated flavor that most people adore. Both the trees and fruit are anthracnose resistant, but they tend to attract a lot of pests and the trees can sometimes suffer dieback problems. The fruit are either moderately or very susceptible to bacterial black spot.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: ROSIGOLD3m x 2m10'CThe flesh is yellow, moderately firm, and completely fiber-less, coming clean off the seed. The flavour is in the classic group, with delightful stone fruit and peach notes. The later-maturing Rosigold are typically superior to the earliest fruit to ripen, but a March Rosigold is king when no other Mango are around! The flowers and small fruit are very anthracnose prone however, so is not a good choice for high-humid areas. Its early blooms in particular are most prone to anthracnose. They are ultra-early season and typically have two crops, with one occurring from March to April and a second from May to July.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: S T MAUI5m x 5m10'CS T Maui originated in Hawaii and was evaluated by the university of Hawaii's Research program under the name s-t (which is someone's initials, not an abbreviation for 'saint'). The fruit are round in shape, medium sized, developing striking red blush with green/yellow background at maturity. The flesh is firm, fiberless, and light yellow, often displaying unusual (but harmless) white spots. The flavour is tremendous and very unique, with a sweet and resinous spice character and a detectable note of guava fruit. The seed is monoembryonic. Though it is difficult to classify, it probably belongs in the Indian/West Indian flavour group, and it's one of the favourite tasting mango, with a nice shelf life as well. The trees are extremely vigorous growers with spreading growth habit and dense canopy. They have medium anthracnose tolerance, and set fruit well when they flower. Not precocious trees though, and have had only partial blooms during warm winters.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: SEACREST/TRIPLESEC5m x 5m10'CAn 'Edward' seedling from the breeding program of Gary Zill. It was named after Seacrest blvd, a road running between the communities of Lantana and Delray beach. The Zill nursery now propagates it under the name 'triple-sec'. The fruit are medium sized, yellow at maturity, with fiberless flesh of *outstandingly* rich and sweet flavour with some Gary-type citrus notes and spice character. The trees look to be very vigorous growers and have produced well. Appears to be a mid-season cultivar.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: SIA SIAM4m x 3m10'CPresumably from Thailand, though there is no literature supporting this. Evidently there is a tree under this label at the Miami-dade fruit and spice park, though it's unclear if they are the same variety. The fruit are oblong in shape, develop light red/pink colour and bear some resemblance to the Maha Chanok mango, but with a fatter appearance. The flesh is light yellow, fiberless, with a regular Thai honey/floral flavour lacking any acid component. Its a very productive tree and seems highly anthracnose resistant.2 Gal$91.09
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: SINDHU4m x 3m10'CA project of India's National breeding program. A cross between 'Ratna' and 'Alphonso' and has been in existence for several decades. It gained a false reputation for producing 'seedless' fruit, when in reality the fruit just have small, undeveloped seeds. The fruit are considered small and of superb eating quality.2 Gal$83.94
3 Gal$156.01
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: SWEET TART5m x 5m10'CA new variety form Florida. Very sweet without fibre and a wonderful 'fruit cake' flavour.2 Gal$91.09
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: VAL CARRIE4m x 3m10'CA cross between Valencia Pride and Carrie. Fruit is fiber-less. It has a strong aroma and the flavour itself is very strong, with similar terpenes to 'Carrie' but a little sweeter and spicier, to such a degree that some people find it overwhelming. Sometimes it can also taste like bubblegum. Fruit have good anthracnose and bacterial spot resistance and good shelf life.2 Gal$83.94
3 Gal$156.01
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: VALENCIA PRIDE5m x 5m10'CFlesh is firm, light yellow, with only scanty fiber. The flavour is of the classic sort, medium sweet with light stone fruit and honey character. The sweetness can vary considerably year to year. They must be trained well and not overfed to keep their size in check. Very good anthracnose resistance and will even fruit well in humidity. Do not over water when fruit ripening to avoid splitting.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: WESTER (EDWARD X EARLE #15)4m x 3m10'CThis mango was an Edward seedling selected by David Sturrock from his breeding program begun in the 1950s and was originally labelled 'Edward X Earle #15', a designation which it still carries at Trec in homestead. It was named after PJ Wester, who once headed the USDA's plant introduction facility in Miami. The pollen parent was a Philippine-Carabao type called the 'Earle'. The original tree still stands on the farm today. The fruit is oblong, medium sized, and turns dull yellow at maturity. The flesh is soft, light yellow, fiberless, and contains a poly-embryonic seed. The flavour is of the Philippine/Indochinese group, mild with soft floral notes and a small bit of acidity. The fruit is highly resistant to anthracnose and doesn't have problems with bacterial spot either. The trees are medium vigour growers with spreading habit and open canopy. The production is fairly good and the fruit ripen mid-season.2 Gal$83.94
MANGOMANGIFERA INDICA: ZILL P-224m x 3m10'CP-22 is a hybrid between Zill Indochinese (Zinc) and possibly 'Gary', from the breeding project of Gary Zill. The original tree is a good producer and flavour has proven popular, the fruit has a round/ovate shape with a light coloured flesh whose flavour belongs to the Indochinese hybrid category; it tastes very similar to Zinc.2 Gal$91.09
 
MIRACLE FRUITSYNSEPALUM DULCIFICUM3m x 1m0'CWhile the actual taste of the fruit's pulp & juice are subtle, it is the consumption of foods after having the berry that is surprising. Lasting for 30 minutes to two hours, all foods become magically sweet! Vinegar tastes like sweet wine, lemons taste like lemon candy, cauliflower like sweet apple & tomatoes sweeter than ever! This effect can assist those who are looking to intake more food & calories, such as chemotherapy patients who have lost their appetite due to the metallic taste food tends to get after chemo treatment. The effects of the glyco protein masks the metallic taste so that eating can become more appealing. This can help greatly with malnourishment as enjoyment in food can be found once again. The plants are best grown in containers and they can remain in a seven gallon pot indefinitely.3 Gal$123.12
 
MYRTLEEUGENIA STIPITATA: ARAZA2m x 1.5m0'CNative to Amazonian Brazil, an extremely rare guava family fruit that is not widely known. A small, bushy, multi-stemmed tree that can be maintained at under 2m (6') or trained as a standard with a single trunk. Its outstretched weeping branches produce numerous round fruit that look like hanging tennis balls. The sweet fruit are very acidic with a pH similar to that of lemons, resulting in a sour taste when eaten raw. After removing the seeds, the yellowish-green pulp can be used in a variety of ways, such as juice, jam, ice-creams, hot sauce and even liquor. Boil quickly however, as the flavour is easily lost when cooked. Fruits are best harvested while green or just turning yellow, as they bruise easily if harvested when mature. Contains a moderate amount of macro & micro nutrients such as vitamins C, B and E. In a serving of Araza there is 2x the amount of vitamin C compared to a serving of oranges.3 Gal$97.96
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$243.82
 
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$88.52
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: ASCOLANA TENERA5m x 3m-10'CArea of origin: MARCHES. Dense crown of an upward shape and slightly drooping fruiting branches. The leaves are regular, elliptical, of medium size and an intense green colour. The fruit is ellipsoidal in shape, light green in colour at harvest and used for table fruit because of its very large size (8-10g). The flesh represents about 86-87% of the fruit and is of a milky white colour. Yield can return 16-18% by weight and is classified as a light type of oil. Pollinators: Leccino, Pendolino. Good resistance to cold, peacock spot and the olive fly. Not withstanding the delicate quality of the flesh, this cultivar is very valued and is used and appreciated all around the world.1 Gal$50.00
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$95.67
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.1 Gal$50.00
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: CHEMLALI3m x 2m-10'CFrom Africa, Tunisian olive that offers delicious fruit and oil. 'Chemlali' ('Chemlali de Sfax') is a little-known olive grown in central and southern Tunisia. It is considered an ornamental beautiful tree with erect growth and a lovely, spreading canopy and is also valued for its large crops of small, tasty, dark fruit that produces a mild, fruity oil for use on its own or blended. Self-fertile, begins to bear fruit early on young plants, and is very cold hardy and drought resistant. It thrives in hot summers but tolerates cooler regions. The presence of a second different olive cultivar will increase yields. Need 200 chill hrs (below 10'C/50'F) for best fruiting.1 Gal$50.00
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: EMPELTRE5m x 4m-10'CAlso known as: ARAGONESA, TERRA ALTA and LLEI (Flix). Area of origin: CATALONIA (Spain). Vigorous variety with an upright shape and dense crown which produces an abundance of new wood each year. The leaves are elliptical / lanceolate in shape; medium small, short and narrow in size; and matte dark green in colour. Fruit, Black at maturation, freckled with an elongated oval, slightly asymmetrical shape. The fruit is of medium small size (2 to 6 grams). The yield in oil is good, 21-23%. The variety is also useful for table fruit. A very productive variety which enters into production later than Arbequina. It is considered rustic because of its good adaptability to various micro climates as well as freezes and drought. Generally demanding as to land and cultivation, it must be actively farmed. Partly self fertile. Moderate resistance to Olive knot.1 Gal$50.00
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: GROSSANE5m x 3m-10'CAlso known as: GROUSSAN. Area of origin: FRANCE. Vigorous with an erect habit and medium density to the canopy. The leaves are lanceolate and of medium length and width. Fruit spherical in shape and of medium weight. The fruit has a low content of oil that is quite fragrant but does not last long. Freestone, the fruit is used primarily for making sweet tasting black olives. Bearing is intermediate but can be accelerated by irrigation and fertilization. Production is medium and constant. Self sterile, Aglandau as pollinator. Resistant to cold, drought and Verticillium Wilt. Sensitive to olive scale, olive moth and olive fly.1 Gal$50.00
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: HOJIBLANCA4m x 3m-10'CArea of origin: ANDALUSIA (SPAIN). Good vigour with long fruit bearing branches. It has an average size crown and a dense regular foliage cover. The name means "white leaf" and refers to the colour of the back side of the leaves. The leaf is elongated, partially fluted, but rather wide. Fruit is medium in size (4.3 grams) and is used for brine olives as well as oil. A high fruit to flesh ratio with a yield of oil of 17-19%. Generally the fruit resists the cold quite well. Blossoms in the second week of May. Late in maturity, the fruit has a strong attachment. A balanced oil that has an enormous range of flavours. The oil is not particularly long lasting but is exceptional.1 Gal$50.00
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.1 Gal$50.00
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$95.67
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.1 Gal$50.00
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.1 Gal$50.00
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.1 Gal$50.00
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.1 Gal$50.00
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.1 Gal$50.00
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.1 Gal$50.00
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.1 Gal$50.00
OLIVEOLEA EUROPAEA: SANTA CATERINA5m x 4m-10'CAlso known as: OLIVA di S.BIAGO, OLIVA LUCCHESE. Area of origin: TUSCANY. Vigorous with a globular, expansive crown. The leaves are elliptical-lanceolate, regular in shape, rather short and light green in colour. Fruit very large (7-9 grams), ellipsoidal. Ripening is early, harvest generally when the olives are still of a beautiful intense green colour. A valuable table variety. A good, regular producer, excellent resistance to the cold and good resistance to peacock spot. An excellent table variety that is widely planted both within and outside the Mediterranean basin.2 Gal$69.93
 
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.1 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$97.96
 
PAPAYACARICA: HAWAIIAN4m x 3m10'CGrown in Hawaii. They are typically smaller than other varieties of papaya, and they have a bright yellow-orange flesh with a tender green-yellow skin, a sweet, tropical flavour that has been described as a blend of mango, peach, and banana. They are a good source of vitamins A and C, potassium, and fiber. Native to Mexico and Central America, but they were introduced to Hawaii in the early 1800's. They quickly became a popular crop in Hawaii, and they are now one of the most important fruits grown there.3 Gal$138.85
PAPAYACARICA: RED LADY4m x 3m10'CSelf pollinating & resistant to papaya ring spot virus. Fruit typically weigh 2kg (4-6lbs), with excellent flavour, aroma, and texture. Year round.5 Gal$223.80
12 Gal$274.56
16 Gal$360.36
PAPAYACARICA: T.R. HOVEY2m x 3m10'CSelf fertile and deliciously edible. 'TR Hovey' is a dwarf habit papaya that was hybridized for hydroponic culture and is perfect for patio and home garden growing in pots. Papayas need sunny, warm growing conditions and the soil temperature needs to be 15.5'C (60'F) or higher. It will grow quickly and produce round ripe fruit in as little as one year's time. Grow it inside in the winter and take it outside in the summer months. Fruit can start developing only 12" from the base of the plant.1 Gal$50.00
PAPAYACARICA PENTAGONA: BABACO6m x 2m5'CDiscovered in the mountains of Ecuador, the Babaco (buh-BAH-co) is a hybrid cultivar in the genus Vasconcellea (Vasconcellea × heilbornii; syn. Carica pentagona); a hybrid of Vasconcellea cundinamarcensis (Carica pubescens) and Vasconcellea stipulata. Usually forms a single stem and grows quickly the first year to 5-6 feet, after which fruiting starts. Big, hand-shaped leaves grow to be 18" across. Also called the Mountain Papaya, or Champagne Fruit, the Babaco is an unusual relative with hints of Papaya flavour but without the muskiness. The big, football-shaped fruits taste sort of like pineapple or kiwi, and the juicy flesh is effervescent, hence "champagne fruit". Fruits ripen one at a time throughout the year, averaging 8-10" long & weigh 1-2 lbs (max 4 lbs), and ripen to a bright golden yellow with a terrific fruity aroma! The entire fruit, including the thin skin, is edible. There are no seeds as this is a sterile hybrid. It's relatively low in sugar, so serve with a light dusting of sugar to really bring out the flavour. An attractive addition to platters as the fruit is star-shaped when sliced. Fruit rarely gets mouldy when damaged & any mould doesn't spread. Does best with moderate temperatures. Handles temperatures in the 90s (34'C), but seems to need cooler nights to thrive (below 65'F/18'C). Easily grown in a 10 Gal (40 Lt) pot indoors or out, not needing a lot of sun to thrive. One of the few fruit trees that produces well in bright shade or morning sun. Some shade from hot afternoon sun may be needed. Grow it in ordinary well-draining soil, with regular watering and feeding. An easy, low-maintenance plant in the right conditions. It's as fun to grow as it is to eat! The exotic, palm-like shape of the plant gives it a great tropical look and it makes up to 60 lbs of fruit per year! A hard-to-find tree that is rarely seen for sale.1 Gal$50.00
 
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$50.00
2 Gal$113.97
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$118.26
 
PEPPERPIPER NIGRUM: BLACK PEPPER VINE3m - 5m12'CSlow growing indoor evergreen vine. Spicy home grown pepper.1 Gal$50.00
3 Gal$145.72
 
PERSIMMONDIOSPYROS KAKI: HACHIYA4m x 3m-10'CHachiya bears fruit that is rated as one of the best in the world for flavour and quality. The fruit have a jelly-like consistency, sweet & spicy they are probably the most popular astringent persimmon on the market. The fruit is large, deep red that can weigh a pound or more. [AST]4 Gal$124.41
PERSIMMONDIOSPYROS KAKI: ICHI-KI-KEI-JIRO3m x 2m-10'CSemi-dwarfing. Hardiest Asian persimmon. Bountiful harvest with squarish, 4 lobed & slightly flattened medium-large, non-astringent fruit (sweet even when picked firm like an apple). Fruit is round to oblate. Annual producer. [NON AST]4 Gal$124.41
PERSIMMONDIOSPYROS KAKI: JIRO4m x 3m-10'CConsidered one of the more cold-hardy non-astringent types. Fruit is large, 4-lobed, slightly flattened and a beautiful orange red colour. Trees are more upright compared to other Jiro types. [NON AST]4 Gal$124.41
PERSIMMONDIOSPYROS KAKI: SAIJO6m x 4m-10'CSaijo fruits are oblong, orange and very sweet. Trees are vigorous, upright growers. [AST]4 Gal$124.41
PERSIMMONDIOSPYROS KAKI: SURUGA5m x 3m-5'CExcellent quality, large (230g), orange-red fruit with a long shelf life. Very sweet, dense, and even better than Fuyu. Fruit is difficult to soften on tree as it becomes spongy rather than soft. The tree is vigorous, upright, with good fruit set and produces only female flowers. It is almost free from alternate bearing and is recommended for warmer climates. Seedling of Hanagosho x Okugosho. [NON AST]8 Gal$162.31
PERSIMMONDIOSPYROS KAKI: TANENASHI FUYU3m x 2m-10'CTanenashi trees are medium-sized vigorous growers that consistently produce a good crop of medium to large cone-shaped orange-red fruit. The flesh is yellow when ripe and has a dry texture, which some people prefer. Probably has the best name-recognition of all astringents. [AST]4 Gal$124.41
 
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$50.00
PINEAPPLEANANAS: SUGARLOAF2m x 2m10'CLike eating honey! Sometimes called White Sugarloaf or Kona Sugar Loaf, this pineapple variety has smooth leaves and an edible core! Fruit is white with a high sugar content but low acid.1 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$103.10
PINEAPPLEANANAS: WHITE JADE2m x 2m10'CFrom Hawaii. The white flesh is ultra sweet, with very low acidity. Edible core. Spineless blue grey leaves. Suited for backyard container growing.1 Gal$50.00
 
PITOMBAEUGENIA LUSCHNATHIANA3m x 3m0'CA highly ornamental Eugenia from Brazil. The fruit have an apricot flavour and colour. The trees can be container-grown.3 Gal$118.55
 
POMEGRANATEPUNICA GRANATUM: KARA BALA MIURSAL3m x 3m-10'CBig very red fruit. Speckled sweet-tart arils, hard seed. Heavy bearing. A bud sport of Bala Miursal with better flavour.1 Gal$50.00
POMEGRANATEPUNICA GRANATUM: SHIRIN PUST GHERMEZ SAVEH3m x 3m-5'CSweet red skinned fruit.1 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$58.77
POMEGRANATEPUNICA GRANATUM: SWEET3m x 3m0'CVery ornamental. Early bearing productive shrub. Large fruit, light red with greenish cast. Pink arils are sweet, with medium seeds. Very good taste. Can be frost sensitive.1 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$58.77
 
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: ALANO5m x 5m0'CAn oval-shaped fruit native to Thailand, and it is arguably the finest Sapodilla in the world. The fruit is super sweet and the texture is that of an ultra fine pear. The trees are regular heavy producers of medium sized fruit, typically weighing about 9 ounces. In addition to the fruit's superior quality, the tree tends to be less brittle and have a much smaller habit than other cultivars.3 Gal$199.49
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: BROWN SUGAR4m x 3m0'CRound to ovate, moderately scurfy pulp brown, slightly granular, very good to excellent yield.3 Gal$183.47
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: HASYA5m x 5m5'CA football-shaped fruit native to Mexico, where it is the number one commercial cultivar grown. The fruit is of excellent eating quality and it has a reddish hue throughout the pulp. The tree is a large upright grower and a prolific producer of large fruit, that typically weigh 13 ounces.3 Gal$170.89
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: MAKOK3m x 2m0'CLong and pointed, and one of the best-tasting in the world. It is native to Thailand, and a relatively recent introduction. It is an excellent variety for homeowners, because the tree is a small, compact grower perfect for limited spaces. The pulp is smooth and brown, with a sweet aroma.3 Gal$114.83
SAPODILLAMANILKARA ZAPOTA: MOLIX5m x 5m0'CLarge football shaped fruit native to Mexico. The pulp is exceptionally sweet, with a fine pear-like texture and pleasant aroma. Typical weight 400g.3 Gal$183.47
5 Gal$281.28
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$183.47
5 Gal$281.28
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$183.47
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$183.47
 
SAPOTEPOUTERIA CAIMITO: ABIU6m x 7.5m0'CA spectacular fruit native to the Amazon region of northwest Brazil. INFLORESCENCE (flowers): Borne singly or in a clusters of 2–5 in leaf axils on long, thin shoots, the flowers are hermaphroditic, small, 4- to 5-lobed, cylindrical, and white to greenish in colour. The flowers open during the morning and stay open for about 2 days. Fruit take 100–130 days from flowering. FRUIT: Ovoid to round, 1.5–4" (3.8–10.2 cm) in diameter, 10–25 oz (283–708 g), commonly with a short nipple at the apex, and contain 1–5 brown seeds. As fruit mature, the smooth & tough peel changes from green to light green and then pale to bright yellow when ripe and ready to pick. Overripe fruit have a dark golden colour. Fruit picked before fully mature contain a large amount of sticky, white latex, making consumption unpleasant. Allow mature fruit 1-5 days kept at room temperature to fully ripen. Once fully ripe, fruit may be stored in a refrigerator for several days prior to consumption. The white, translucent, mild-flavoured pulp has a smooth, creamy texture and tastes like caramel flan.3 Gal$82.94
 
SOURSOPANNONA MURICATA4m x 3m10'CSoursop has a sweet and tart custard-like pulp. The fruit are typically heart shaped, and weigh up to 10lbs. They make superb milkshakes, but can be eaten fresh as well. The trees are fast growing, and they usually begin fruiting in just two years. Bear year round.3 Gal$135.14
 
STAR FRUITCARAMBOLA: FWANG TUNG3m x 2m5'CA Thai variety of Carambola. Fruits are known for high quality & flavour. Known to be a productive tree, even at a smaller height. Star shape is profound with this cultivar.3 Gal$175.18
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$210.93
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$175.18
8 Gal$323.90
STAR FRUITCARAMBOLA: LARA3m x 3m5'CFlorida Hybrid. Quality fruit medium to large in size. Rich yellow-orange and sharp sweet flavour. Aug-Mar5 Gal$230.66
8 Gal$286.72
STAR FRUITCARAMBOLA: SRI KEMBANGAN3m x 2m10'CA selection from Thailand that is compact with thick ribs and is orange-yellow in colour. Fruit have a sweet citrus-like flavour that is both delicious and refreshing.3 Gal$130.13
5 Gal$218.08
8 Gal$286.72
 
STRAWBERRY TREEMUNTINGIACEAE: MUNTINGIA CALABURA?m x 6m5'CKnown by many other names, this slow growing tree makes for a great ornamental or hedge variety with its strawberry-like flowers and small red fruit. Minimal pests and diseases.3 Gal$144.43
 
SUGAR APPLEANNONA SQUAMOSA: THAI-LESSARD3m x 3m10'CAn exquisite fruit that is very closely related to the Cherimoya. The fruit are typically baseball to softball-size, and they taste like sugary sweet custard. The pulp comes apart in segments, each containing a small black seed that separates easily from the fruit. The trees begin to fruit at just one to two years of age, and they can easily be maintained at 8-10'. Coloured green fruit weigh 227-454g (8-16oz).3 Gal$139.43
 
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.1 Gal$50.00
5 Gal$210.93
8 Gal$236.67
 
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$132.28
TAMARINDTAMARINDUS INDICA: SWEET7.5m 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$132.28
 
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"+.1 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$69.36
TEACAMELLIA SIN: BICLONAL TS 5693m x 3m-5'CA cross of two Darjeeling clones, the 569 is a more cold tolerant variety that is normally grown on a cooler hillside.1 Gal$50.00
TEACAMELLIA SIN: BLACK SEA TEA3m x 3m-5'COur "Black Sea Tea" seedlings come from plants developed at Russian tea research stations, in what is now the country of Georgia. The tea plantations in the area are on the coast of the Black Sea. These plants have similar genetics to 'Sochi', so expect good vigour and cold hardiness. Leaf 4.5".1 Gal$50.00
TEACAMELLIA SIN: BREW TEA-FUL3m x 3m-5'CGrow your own tea and enjoy the benefits of higher antioxidant levels and more flavorful beverages from fresh harvests over grocery store tea. Harvest year-round from this handsome, evergreen plant and produce both green and black teas. Hardy to -5' C but can be easily grown in a pot and brought in during the winter. Brew Tea-Ful is a dwarf form and an excellent candidate for life in a container.1 Gal$50.00
TEACAMELLIA SIN: CAROLINA EMERALD3m x 2m-5'CCarolina Emerald is a slower growing small leaf tea with dark green leaves. Having a compact growth habit, it can be kept at 4-5 feet tall with pruning but will reach 10 feet tall if allowed to grow. This clone has survived temperatures down to -16'C (3'F) and may possibly survive slightly lower temperatures as it is derived from plants that have survived -22'C (-9'F). Makes a fine choice if a smaller plant is desired.1 Gal$50.00
TEACAMELLIA SIN: CHARLES TOWNE4m x 3m0'CThe Charles Towne is good for white tea, it's comparable to the Tetraploid or Large Leaf.1 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$91.66
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$50.00
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$50.00
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$50.00
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$50.00
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$57.63
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$50.00
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$51.91
8 Gal$264.12
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.2 Gal$91.66
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$50.00
2 Gal$91.66
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$50.00
2 Gal$84.51
TEACAMELLIA SIN: LOWLAND NEPAL3m x 2m0'CSeedlings originating from Nepal's lower elevations. These plants have remarkably smooth, dark green leaves.1 Gal$50.00
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$50.00
2 Gal$91.66
TEACAMELLIA SIN: MIWA'S GARDEN3m x 3m-5'CThese seedlings of 'Miwa' have been amazingly vigorous. They haven't been around for 10 years yet, but are expected to reach 8' x 8' by then. Leaf 3".2 Gal$98.81
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$50.00
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$50.00
2 Gal$91.66
8 Gal$264.12
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$50.00
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.2 Gal$91.66
TEACAMELLIA SIN: SOCHI3m x 2m-10'CFrom plants developed at tea research stations in the Sochi region of Russia. Glossy, medium-green leaves are medium to large in size. Zone 7b & 6b.1 Gal$50.00
2 Gal$91.66
8 Gal$264.12
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$50.00
2 Gal$91.66
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$91.66
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$50.00
5 Gal$176.89
8 Gal$271.27
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$63.35
TEACAMELLIA SIN: TS5063m x 3m-5'CThese are biclonal seedlings of TV1 x Cambod. TV1 is an assamica by Chinese tea variety hybrid. Developed by the Tocklai Tea Research Institute in India for tea production in the plains of Assam. Released in 1994. This on has high yield potential and above average cup qualities. For use in CTC (cut tear curl) and orthodox manufacture. Good tolerance to pests and diseases. The plant can be spreading and is drought tolerant.1 Gal$56.20
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$50.00
2 Gal$91.66
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$50.00
 
WAX JAMBUSYZYGIUM JAVANICUM: GREEN10m x 6m0'CThe Wax Jambu is an excellent fruit known for its crisp texture, mild flavour and cooling effect on the body. The flavour is reminiscent of an apple, with a hint of rosewater. They are often used as a garnish in fruit salads, and eaten out of hand. The trees fruit prolifically in just one to two years, and the fruit is an excellent treat on hot summer days. Trees can easily be maintained at ten to twelve feet, with biannual pruning.3 Gal$132.28
WAX JAMBUSYZYGIUM JAVANICUM: RED10m x 6m0'CThe Wax Jambu is an excellent fruit known for its crisp texture, mild flavour and cooling effect on the body. The flavour is reminiscent of an apple, with a hint of rosewater. They are often used as a garnish in fruit salads, and eaten out of hand. The trees fruit prolifically in just one to two years, and the fruit is an excellent treat on hot summer days. Trees can easily be maintained at ten to twelve feet, with biannual pruning.3 Gal$132.28
 
WHITE SAPOTECASIMIROA EDULIS: REDLAND3m x 2m0'CProduces medium size round fruit. Very creamy sweet custard-like flesh.3 Gal$153.73
 
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 Gal$50.00