Citrus Fruit Salad Trees have deliciously different citrus fruit on the same tree. Blood, Navel and Washington Orange, Meyer Lemon, Tahitian Lime, Mandarin, Pomelo, Tangelo and Grapefruit - take your pick!
Australia has a range of climates, and we have a range of Fruit Salad Trees for all of the Australian climates. We're often asked about growing citrus fruit in cooler climates, so here's a rundown on growing these popular trees in the colder areas of Australia.
Check out our interactive climate map on our homepage where you can click on your region and find the Fruit Salad Tree for your place.
When planted in a pot, the height of the tree is determined by the size of the pot. A Fruit Salad Tree growing in a pot half the size of a wine barrel will grow to half the size of a Fruit Salad Tree planted in the ground.
View our range of Citrus Fruit Salad Trees below. Order online via this website and we'll deliver to your doorstep anywhere in Australia. Our trees are delivered in specially designed boxes to reduce risk of damage in transit. Our trees are handcrafted here in Rollands Plains, New South Wales, Australia. We sell our trees online only. We participate in a number of trade shows each year. Come and say hello, see our beautiful trees and chat to our nursery staff about growing different fruit on the same trees.
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Your soils contain many nutrients that your plants require, some are only necessary in small doses and others need to be constantly acquired by your plants to assist with their day to day living. Most people have heard of NPK, but do you know what it represents and how it assists the health of your tree and how other elements benefit or harm your garden?
We are still operational and dispatching Australia wide from the farm. You are still able to purchase one of our unique trees for your home garden. Now is a great time while you are following the social distancing requirements, to plant your your own healthy fruit tree.
We have implemented all social distancing and government required health and safety measures with our staff when packing your fruit trees.
There are a few things you can do each season in your garden to prevent pests and diseases causing grief to your Fruit Salad Tree.
We've broken this down into the 3 varieties so you can find the information specific to your tree/s.