This is a really delicious little fruit that tastes very sweet, with quite a complex pear/apple tropical nature to it.
A shrub or small tree usually growing 1-6 m tall, but occasionally reaching up to 10 m in height. Easily grown in large pots.
Flowering occurs mostly during spring and summer (i.e. from September to February). The fruit is either rounded (i.e. globose), egg-shaped (i.e. ovoid) or pear-shaped (i.e. pyriform) and turns from green to yellowish in colour as it matures.
To propagate the seeds, soak them in warm water for 3-4 hours. Prepare a pot filled with seed starting mix, and sprinkle seeds in it. Now put the pot on a warm, well-lit spot, like a windowsill. To speed up germination, you can install a small plastic or cellophane cover over the top of a pot.
10 seeds per packet
NOT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA or TASMANIA