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Loquat (AKA Chinese Apricot) Plant in Pot

Loquat:- (AKA Chinese Apricot) Plant in Pot A favourite in home gardens for a long time though less well known now. Loquat trees produce delicious fruit. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cherry:- (AKA Surinam Cherry:- ) $10 Cacao:- $10 Calamansi:- (AKA Philippine Lime:- AKA Kumquat:-) $10 Canistle

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Coffee Plant (Great Bargain Present for a Friend) Plant in Pot

Coffee:- (Great Present for a Friend) Plant in Pot It is a lot of fun to grow and produce your own coffee. It is not hard to do (though it is a bit harder to produce excellent coffee). Coffee plants are very attractive with bright and glossy foliage and bright red berries. A coffee plant will fruit within a couple of years and will grow to a couple of metres. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachair

$5
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Miracle Fruit (Miraclefruit) Plant in Pot

Miracle Fruit:- (Miraclefruit:-) Plant in Pot The fruit of this plant effectively anesthetizes those taste buds which sense bitter and sour and activates those that sense sweet without any calorific detriment. As a result, everything tastes sweet. This is definitely not a slight or hard-to-detect effect. Blow your mind away by trying it with a lemon. Read about it on the internet. The plant is a bush or small tree up to a few metres high. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Achacha Plant in Pot

Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) Plant in Pot This plant is a close relative of the Purple Mangosteen and looks very similar. Fruit is produced in about 5 years, much more quickly than for a Purple Mangosteen. The tree grows to about 4m. The fruit is a bit smaller than a tennis ball with a gold coloured skin and a tangy sweet taste. It enjoys the climate in Cairns. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (A

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Longan Plant in Pot

Longan:- Plant in Pot This plant is similar to the Lychee but with a longer fruiting season and with less work involved in getting a good crop. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cherry:- (AKA Surinam Cherry:- ) $10 Cacao:- $10 Calamansi:- (AKA Philippine Lime:- AKA Kumquat:-) $10 Canistle:- (AKA Ca

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Passionfruit (Passion Fruit) Vine Plant in Pot

Passionfruit: (Passion Fruit:) Vine - Plant in Pot My Passionfruit are of the Panama variety. Vines are vigorus and produce large, tasty, purple fruit in good numbers. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cherry:- (AKA Surinam Cherry:- ) $10 Cacao:- $10 Calamansi:- (AKA Philippine Lime:- AKA Kumquat:-

$5
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Jaboticaba Plant in Pot

Jaboticaba:- Plant in Pot Jaboticaba produce delicious fruit and bear 3 or 4 crops per year. They are attractive, very dense trees that grow to about 5m with a wide of about 2m. They are slow growing but form excellent hedges because of their leaf and branch density. Fruit is born on the trunk and main branches and forms a thick collar of tightly-packed black berries. Fruit is eaten fresh, used to make fruit wines or jams. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AK

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Wampee (AKA Wampi) Plant in Pot

Wampi:- (AKA Wampee:- ) Plant in Pot Wampi trees are a favourite in tropical home gardens. This Chinese fruit is surprisingly tolerant to dry weather. Plants produce tasty fruit in good quantities. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cherry:- (AKA Surinam Cherry:- ) $10 Cacao:- $10 Calamansi:- (AK

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Cacao Plant in Pot

Cacao:- Plant in Pot You can make your own chocolate with the pods produced by this tree. The plant grows to about 5m and prefers partial shade. Many people don’t know that the pulp around the seeds is quite delicious as a fruit. The tree will bear in about 3 years. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Carambola (AKA Five Corner Fruit, AKA Star Fruit) Plant in Pot

Carambola:- (AKA Starfruit:- AKA Five Corner Fruit:-) Plant in Pot This plant is a prolific bearer that fruits all year. It produces tasty, handsome fruit with lots of juice and which are very recognizable. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cherry:- (AKA Surinam Cherry:- ) $10 Cacao:- $10 Calamansi:

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Soursop (Sour Sop) Plant in Pot

Sour Sop:- (AKA Soursop:-) Plant in Pot Sour Sop Trees love the climate around Cairns. They fruit in a few years and they bear heavily. They have a tangy sweet taste and their juice is bottled and sold as an alternative to soft drink in a number of countries. Don’t be put off by their name. They are closely related to Custard Apple but much better adapted to the tropics. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AK

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Pineapple Plant in Pot

Pineapple:- Plant in Pot These pineapple plants are really enjoying their situation and they will produce a dream, astoundingly-tasty pineapple in the coming summer or the summer after that. You can give a gift that is a bit unusual if you buy one of these. In Summer, the recipient of your gift can watch fruit form and grow and then eat it. Plants are in soil that is ideal for producing great fruit. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Jackfruit (Jakfruit) Plant in Pot

Jackfruit:- (AKA Jakfruit:-) Plant in Pot You have not lived a tropical lifestyle until you have tasted a jackfruit. Fruit is delicious and quite different to any cold climate fruit. The tree produces very large fruit. It takes only e 3 or 4 years to year and grows to about 6m. Fruit can be eaten fresh, used as a vegetable if picked green or used to make smoothies or icecream. Seeds can be baked and eaten. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherr

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Moringa:- (AKA Malunggay:- AKA Miracle Tree:- ) Plant in Pot

Moringa:- (AKA Malunggay:- AKA Miracle Tree:- ) Plant in Pot Moringa Oleifera is the Miracle Tree. Moringa Oleifera is a rising star in the world of superfoods. The tiny leaves of this tree may be the world's most nutritious green. As such, it is being planted all over the world. Look it up on the internet to learn more. Not to be confused with Miracle Fruit which is totally different. This plant is quick-growing and hardy and can make a significant contribution to feeding your family.

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Peanutbutter Fruit (Peanut Butter Fruit) Plant in Pot

Peanut Butter Fruit:- (Peanutbutter Fruit:-) Plant in Pot The fruit of this tree/bush really tastes like peanut butter! Plants grow to about 2 metres high. They bear a year or so after planting with fruit on the tree for most of the year and some heavy crops. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cher

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Grumichama (AKA Tropical Cherry) Plant in Pot

Grumichama:- (AKA Tropical Cherry:-) Plant in Pot Grumichama bear prolific amounts of fruit in a real fruit avalanche which follows the first summer downpour. In flower, it is a mass of white. Flowers turn to fruit very quickly. The tree grows to about 6m and is quite attractive and dense. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Kensington Pride Mango Plant in Pot

Mango – Kensington Pride Mango:- Plant in Pot This is one of the world’s best fuit trees. Fruit can be more than a kilogram in weight and is delicious. Trees will bear in 4 or 5 years. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cherry:- (AKA Surinam Cherry:- ) $10 Cacao:- $10 Calamansi:- (AKA Philippine Li

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Brazilian Cherry (AKA Surinam Cherry) Plant in Pot

Brazilian Cherry:- (AKA Surinam Cherry:- ) Plant in Pot This tough tree produces very attractive ridged red cherries for most of the year. It grows to about 4m and fruits in a few years. It branches early. Fruit is strong tasting making it the sort of tree that children often remember from their childhood. The tree is suitable for use making bonsais as it has dark green foliage, small leaves, bright red fruit and is good at putting up with imposed limits such as limited root space. I

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Canistel (AKA Canistle) Plant in Pot

Canistle:- (AKA Canistel:-) Plant in Pot This plant produces fruit that, on the inside, looks like hard-boiled egg yolk but tastes sweet and good. The plant is related but not same as yellow sapote. Plants grow to about 5 metres high. They bear in a few years. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cher

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Pomelo Plant in Pot

Pomelo:- Plant in Pot This is the red flesh variety. Pomelo is the world’s largest and probably best citrus. It is an easy-to-grow, medium tree. The photos included with this ad show you how pretty the prepared fruit looks but you will have to taste some of it to know how good it really is. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudd

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Fruit Trees and Plants as Great Gifts

Fruit Trees and Plants as Great Gifts My plants are $5, $10, $15 or $20 - most are $10. For these prices you can get something that will be useful, interesting and beautiful instead of giving unwanted junk. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cherry:- (AKA Surinam Cherry:- ) $10 Cacao:- $10 Calamansi:

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Fruit Trees in Pots

Fruit Trees in Pots Get off the couch and get into the Garden. You are lucky enough to be able to exercise and grow fantastic food at the same time. There are so many wonderful food trees to grow in the tropics. Plants are $5, $10, $15 or $20 - most are $10. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit:-) $10 Brazilian Cher

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Tropical and Exotic Fruit Trees in Pots

Tropical and Exotic Fruit Trees in Pots Suited to the Far North. Choose something unusual or delicious to share with friends or as a talking point. The world is full of amazing plants. Feed your family from your backyard with plants that cost between $5 and $20 with most costing $10. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Cherry:- ) $20 – from cutting Achacha:- (AKA Achachairú:- ) $10 Bilimbi:- $10 Black Sapote:- (AKA Choclate Pudding Fruit

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021

Kwai Muk Plant in Pot

Kwai Muk:- Plant in Pot You probably have not heard of Kwai Muk plants. Kwai Muks produce fruit about the size of a table tennis ball which is quite delicious. The tree is medium-sized and very attractive. Look it up. You will not find many places that sell Kwai Muk plants so make use of this opportunity. Trees are resistant to strong winds which is a positive with fruit trees which can be subjected to cyclones. I often have or sometimes have: Abiu:- $10 Acerola:- (AKA Barbados Che

$10
Cairns, QLD

19/06/2021