Fruit trees


There are many varieties of nuts available that can be grown by the savvy home gardener, some examples are: Macadamias, Almonds, Pistachios. Trees bearing nuts are technically fruit trees. These trees originate from all over the World, and in many cases form a central cuisine aspect of many cultures.


Coconut trees are a common sight in the tropics, tall and slender trunks, they can reach mature heights of 15-20 meters.


The Avocado tree is native to Central America and South America, but it is now grown all over the world as a beloved fruit tree.

Citrus trees

Citrus trees are smart choices for the home garden, they can handle lots of sun in the summer and provide shade and fragrance as the flowers form.

Edible Fig

The Edible Fig or Common Fig is the edible fruit of Ficus carica, a species of small tree in the family Moraceae native to the Mediterranean.


The most popular variety of mango produced in Australia is known as Kensington Pride, but others produced here include Calypso and Honey Gold

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