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Agati H UT
Sesbania grandiflora
Syn. vegetable hummingbird, agathi, West Indian pea
Agati is a fast growing, tropical legume tree to 10 m high with beautiful, large white flowers. It does best in warm humid areas and will not tolerate temperatures below 10°C or frost. It is useful as a shade or nurse tree for other crops, such as black pepper. The leaves can be cut as animal (ruminant) fodder but avoid cutting the main stem. The young leaves, flowers and tender pods contain 25-30% crude protein and are favourite Asian vegetables. Remove the centre of the flowers before eating to reduce bitterness. Suitable for subtropical and tropical areas; unsuitable for temperate areas.
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SA101approx. 14 seeds

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Cherry Guava syn. Strawberry Guava UT
No TAS / WA
Psidium littorale syn. P. cattleianum
Cherry Guava is an evergreen shrub with white flowers that bloom in late spring. Fruit is round, plum-sized, deep wine-red, with a very thin skin. The flesh is juicy with a sweet flavour. Cherry guavas dislike low temperatures but will tolerate some frost and are hardier to cold than the common guava. The fruit can be eaten raw and is high in Vitamin C; it is also used in jellies, drinks and jams. The plant is useful as a fruiting hedge, poultry forage and windbreak. More growing information...
SC143approx. 20 seeds

Cherry Guava plants are available seasonally.
Cherry Guava 'Gold' UT
No TAS / WA
Psidium littorale syn. P. cattleianum
Cherry Guava 'Gold' is a less common form of cherry guava but otherwise grows in a similar way. It is an evergreen shrub with white flowers that bloom in late spring. Fruit is round, plum-sized, golden yellow, with a very thin skin. The flesh is juicy with a sweet flavour. Cherry guavas dislike low temperatures but will tolerate some frost and are hardier to cold than the common guava. The fruit can be eaten raw and is high in Vitamin C; it is also used in jellies, drinks and jams. The plant is useful as a fruiting hedge, poultry forage and windbreak. More growing information...
SC220approx. 20 seeds
SC699

Cherry Guava plants are available seasonally.
Gliricidia H UT
Gliricidia sepium
syn. Mexican lilac, Madre de cacao
Gliricidia is a thornless, spreading, tropical legume tree that produces masses of attractive white and pink flowers which are a good source of nectar for bees. It is only suited to frost-free areas and is ideal as a shade tree for crops such as coffee, vanilla and tea. The foliage is rich in nitrogen and can be cut as mulch. It can also be used as firewood or for a living fence as it is easily propagated by cuttings. Variable success as an animal forage; nutritious for cattle but toxic to horses and other animals.
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Japanese Raisin Tree UT
Hovenia dulcis
Japanese Raisin Tree syn. Chinese Raisin Tree is an ornamental shade tree well-suited to the home garden and school playgrounds. It grows well with little care and attention. A deciduous tree, it grows to a height of 6 - 9 m with a spread of 4 m. It is suited to temperate and subtropical climates and is very hardy to cold. It produces copious quantities of sweet, raisin-like, edible fruit. It is tolerant of wide range of soil types but prefers good drainage. Space trees 4 m apart in full sun. More growing information...
SJ100approx. 30 seeds

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Moringa H UT
Moringa oleifera
Syn. Horseradish Tree, Drumstick Tree, Ben Tree, Miracle Tree
Moringa is a semi-deciduous tree to 8 m high and 3 m wide. It is a hardy, shrubby tree with fern-like leaves and white, fragrant flowers. The pungent roots are used as a substitute for horseradish; the young leaves are eaten as cooked greens and the immature pods have an artichoke flavour and are eaten in a similar way. The leaves are very nutritious, high in vitamins and with up to 38% protein. The flowers are attractive to bees. The seeds are used for water purification. The seeds germinate best between 25 to 30°C soil temperature, sow late spring in subtropical areas. It will grow in sun to partial shade but needs a well-drained soil. It is suitable for subtropical and tropical areas; unsuitable for temperate areas. More growing information...
SM215approx. 15 seeds

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Tamarillo 'Ecuadorian Orange' UT
Cyphomandra betacea
syn. Tree Tomato, tomate de árbol
Produces abundant quantities of sweet, tangy fruit over a long season. The flesh of the orange tamarillo is sweeter than red types and a good source of Vitamin C. It is a small tree 3 - 5 m high that can live up to 12 years. It is a good fill-in plant as it only takes 18 months to produce the egg-shaped fruit. In the kitchen it can be used to make jam or chutney, added to salads, poached in syrup as a dessert or to make salsa. It is frost tender and needs a very well-drained soil. It is suitable for subtropical and tropical areas.

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ST244approx. 20 seeds

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Australian native plant
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UT untreated; no chemical fungicide, insecticide or rodenticide
edible flower petals to add colour, flavour and nutrition to meals
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