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Common name.       Abiu


Botanical name.        Pouteria caimito


Description. The Abiu has a round shaped, yellow skinned, caramel flavoured fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil . Protect from cold wind and give light pruning for best fruit results. Grows to 5m - 10m high.


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Common name.        Acerola Cherry


Botanical name.        Malpighia glabra


Description.The Acerola Cherry has a thin skinned, cherry sized, bright red fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil . Fast growing evergreen, high in vitamin C content. Grows to 2m - 5m high.


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Common name.        Achacha


Botanical name.         Garcinia humilis


Description. The Achacha has a delicious refreshing tangy fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Non-climacteric fruit. Grows to 5m - 12m high.


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Common name.        Ambarella


Botanical name.        Spondias cytherea


Description.The Ambarella has a plum like, yellow fruit. This Tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil . Fruit used to make juice or eaten whole, leaves can be eaten as vegetables. Grows to 8m - 15m high.


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Common name.        Apple - Bick's Green


Botanical name.        Malus domestica


Description. The Bick's Green Apple has a green skinned fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Sufficient chill must be available to initiate budding, ideal for cold climates. Grows to 3m - 4m high.


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Common name.        Apple - Einshiner


Botanical name.        Malus domestica


Description. The Einshiner Apple has a green skinned fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Sufficient chill must be available to initiate budding, ideal for cold climates. Grows to 3m - 4m high.


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Common name.        Apple - Granny Smith


Botanical name.        Malus domestica


Description. The Granny Smith Apple has a sour, green skinned fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Sufficient chill

must be available to initiate budding, ideal for cold climates. Grows to

3m - 4m high.


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Common name.        Apple - Pink - Lady


Botanical name.       Malus domestica


Description. The Pink Lady Apple has a sweet, red/green fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Great eating and cooking apple. Grows to 3m - 4m high.


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Common name.        Apple - Sundowner


Botanical name.       Malus domestica


Description. The Sundowner Apple has a sweet, red/green fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Great eating and cooking apple. Grows to 3m - 4m high.


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Common name.        Apple - Tropical - Anna


Botanical name.       Malus domestica


Description. The Anna Apple has a sweet, red/green fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Doesn't require frost to initiate budding, ideal for warm climates. Grows to 3m - 4m high.


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Common name.        Apple - Tropical - Coastal Cropper


Botanical name.        Malus domestica


Description.The Coastal Cropper apple has a sweet, purple/green fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. Sufficient chill must be available to initiate budding, ideal for cold climates. Grows to

3-4 m high.


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Common name.        Apple - Tropical - Tropical Beuty


Botanical name.        Malus domestica


Description.The Tropical Beuty apple has a sweet, purple/green fruit. Low chill variety that will fruit reliably in subtropical areas, as well as temperate areas further south. Grows to 3-4 m high.


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Common name.        Apricot - Bentley


Botanical name.        Prunus armeniaca


Description. The Apricot has a delicious, orange skinned fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil . Needs 300 to 500 hours of chill to set fruit, avoid planting in frost pockets, may damage plant. Grows to 5m high.


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Common name.        Apricot - Divinity


Botanical name.        Prunus armeniaca


Description. The Apricot has a delicious, orange skinned fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. A heavy bearer of fruit. Grows to 4m high.


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Common name.        Apricot - Glengary


Botanical name.        Prunus armeniaca


Description. The Apricot has a delicious, orange skinned fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil . Needs 300 to 500 hours of chill to set fruit, avoid planting in frost pockets, may damage plant. Grows to 5m high.


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Common name.        Apricot - Oullins Early


Botanical name.        Prunus armeniaca


Description. The Apricot has a delicious, orange skinned fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. A heavy bearer of fruit. Grows to 4m high.


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Common name.        Apricot - Tropical Native


Botanical name.        Eugenia myrcianthes


Description. The Apricot has a delicious, orange skinned fruit. This tree requires full sun with moist well drained soil. A heavy bearer of fruit. Grows to 4m high.


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Common name.        Arrowroot


Botanical name.        Curcuma angustifolia


Description. The Arrowroot is a rhizomatous herb. It is a perennial and a flowering plant that can be used in medicine. Grows to 1.5m long.


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Common name.        Asparagus


Botanical name.        Asparagus officinalis


Description. The asparagus is an onion-like green plant that is edible and used in cooking. Grows to 1.5m high.


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Common name.        Atherton Oak


Botanical name.        Athertonia diversifolia


Description. The Atherton Oak is an attractive fruit tree native to northern Queensland. Will grow well in sub-tropical areas, but requires protection from frost when young. Fruits in spring, with blue fruit containing a woody-shelled nut, with crunchy edible kernel. Grows to a large sreading evergreen tree. Grows to 1.5m long.


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Common name.        Australian Native Round Lime


Botanical name.        Citrus australis


Description. The Australian Round Lime has spherical shaped fruit with a thick green or yellow skin and pale green pulp. Grows to 20m high.


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Common name.        Avocado - Fuerte


Botanical name.        Persea americana


Description. The Fuerte Avocado has a delicious, creamy, fleshed fruit that is rich in oil. This tree requires light shade when young and full sun when matured will not survive wet feet or heavy soils but is a great cold tolerant variety. Young trees are affected by sunburn damage easily. Grows to 3m - 8m high. 


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Common name.        Avocado - Hass


Botanical name.        Persea americana


Description. The Hass Avocado has a delicious, creamy, fleshed fruit that is rich in oil. This tree requires light shade when young and full sun when matured will not survive wet feet or heavy soils. Young trees are affected by sunburn and frost damage easily. Grows to 3m - 8m high.


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Common name.    Avocado - Hass - Dwarf


Botanical name.        Persea americana


Description. The Dwarf Hass Avocado has a delicious, creamy, fleshed fruit that is rich in oil. This tree requires light shade when young and full sun when matured will not survive wet feet or heavy soils. Young trees are affected by sunburn and frost damage easily. Grows to 3m - 4m high.


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Common name.    Avocado - Pinkerton - Dwarf


Botanical name.         Persea americana


Description. The Pinkerton Avocado has a thick elongated fruit that is rich in oil. This tree requires light shade when young and full sun when matured will not survive wet feet or heavy soils . Young trees are affected by sunburn and frost damage easily, produces huge yields of fruit. Grows to 3m - 6m high.


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Common name.        Avocado - Reed


Botanical name.        Persea americana


Description. The Reed Avocado is the largest of the avocado species and has a yellow buttery flesh. Grows to 3m - 8m high.


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Common name.        Avocado - Rincon 


Botanical name.        Persea americana


Description.The Ricon Avocado has a rich tasty fleshed fruit that is rich in oil. Rincon is an avocado variety better suited to coastal sites and warmer spots in the garden that won’t tolerate extended periods of cold weather. Grows to 3m - 6m high.


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Common name.        Avocado - Sharwill


Botanical name.        Persea americana


Description.The Wurtz Avocado has a rich tasty fleshed fruit that is rich in oil. This tree requires light shade, will ripen during late autumn and winter and is sensitive to frost. Grows to 3m - 6m high.


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Common name.        Avocado - Wurtz


Botanical name.        Persea americana


Description.The Wurtz Avocado has a exceptionally rich tasty fleshed fruit that is rich in oil. This tree requires light shade when young and full sun when matured will not survive wet feet or heavy soils . Young trees are affected by sunburn and frost damage easily. Smallest fruit of the avocado range. Grows to 3m - 6m high.


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Common name.        Avacado - Wurtz - Dwarf


Botanical name.        Persea americana


Description. The Dwarf Wurtz Avocado has a exceptionally rich tasty fleshed fruit that is rich in oil. This tree requires light shade when young and full sun when matured will not survive wet feet or heavy soils . Young trees are affected by sunburn and frost damage easily. Smallest fruit of the avocado range. Grows to 3m - 4m high.


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