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Berries, tropical fruit trees, vines - to start your own self-sufficient garden. Take a look at our seed range too - you'll find strawberries, rockmelon and watermelon there

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  1. Lemon Eureka

    Lemon Eureka

    Thornless, seedless, crops more than once a year! One for warmer gardens - they don't like cold or wind - and needs occasional pruning to keep it neat and healthy. Learn More
    $6.95
  2. Lemon Lisbon

    Lemon Lisbon

    Bumper annual crops of juicy lemons can be yours. Great variety for inland gardens as more heat tolerant. Try hard pruning Lisbon lemon as a tall security hedge, and use the thorns to advantage! Learn More
    $6.95
  3. Lemon Meyer

    Lemon Meyer

    Popular for its sweeter fruit, smaller plant size, and cold tolerance. You can grow this one in a pot on the deck quite happily - pick a fruit, slice it up, drop it in your gin (or fancy beer)...that's the life! Learn More
    $6.95
  4. Macadamia dwarf

    Macadamia dwarf

    Delicious native nut, attractive small tree. This one is from our own plantations and is a dwarf size, so ideal for container growing. Lovely rippled leaves and new red foliage. Learn More
    $7.15
  5. Monstera deliciosa - fruit salad plant

    Monstera deliciosa - fruit salad plant

    Ornamental tropical feature plant with large decorative foliage and sweet fruit.
    Plant in a pot and bring indoors to create a tropical luxe mood.
    PLEASE NOTE: We propagate this once a year and new stock is ready NOW until we sell out. Then that's it until next year...! Learn More

    $5.95
  6. Olive Helena

    Olive Helena

    The closest thing to a native olive! The variety has been grown on St Helena Island, Moreton Bay since the 1800s and oil was even exported back to Italy. The images also show a postcard from the Superintendent of St Helena regarding making olive oil; and a letter from the prison governor forwarding a bottle of olive oil (once they cracked the technique!)
    Tree is fast-growing, tall and more slender than other olives, and good for sub-tropical regions as it will flower and fruit without any cold period. Darker leaves - see 5th image with Manzanillo (L) and Helena (R)

    Read more on thefascinating history of the St Helena olive ; and olive cultivation tips at Better Homes & Gardens Learn More
    $7.15
  7. Passionfruit 'Panama Red'

    Passionfruit 'Panama Red'

    Create a fast shady space in the garden with this fat-growing tropical vine and enjoy the benefits of the beautiful flowers and delicious large fruit in summer. Learn More
    $3.65
  8. Passionfruit Panama Gold

    Passionfruit Panama Gold

    Create lush shade in summer, enjoy the beautiful flowers, and taste the delicious large supersweet fruit!


    Image By: Maracuya GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

    Learn More
    $3.65
  9. Pineapple

    Pineapple

    Juicy! Grow your own tropical fruit in a tub or garden border. All you need is lots of sunshine, free draining soil, and a little patience. Fruit should develop in 12-18 months. While you're waiting, watch Elvis in Blue Hawaii to see pineapple fields in technicolor - or come to Queensland to see them IRL! Learn More
    $7.15

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