Fruit Trees for Brisbane and Queensland
Fruit Trees and Dwarf Fruit trees suitable growing in for Queensland and Brisbane include many tropical varieties. Fruit trees that are suitable for Queensland are numerous and with a wide ranging climate varieties of fruit trees that can be grown differ greatly from the Southern Areas of Queensland near Brisbane and the areas near the Gold Coast to the northern areas near Townsville, Cairns and Rockhampton.
Popular fruit trees for Queensland and Brisbane
Included are a range of some of the best fruit trees, such as mango, avocado, citrus and bananas, however with such a great climate most fruits that do not require a 'low chill factor' will do well in Brisbane and Queensland.
Fruit trees best for growing in Queesland will differ from South to North. The further North we go the more tropical fruit trees come into their own. However in general dwarf fruit trees are popular as space saving trees, and 'multi graft' fruit trees or 'Fruit Salad Trees' are popular for the variety they provide.
Consider the following fruit trees which are well suited to the Queenland climate.
- Mango Trees, Lemon Trees, Avocado Trees,
Jaboticaba, Passionfruit, Jakfruit, Peach, Black sapote, Longan, Pear, Blueberry, Loquat, Pecan,
Brazilian cherry, Lychee, Persimmon, Carambola, Macadamia, Plum, Cedar bay cherry, Pomegranate, Ceylon hill cherry, Mulberry, Rose apple, Cherry of the riogrande, Nectarine, Sapodilla, Curry leaf, Neem, Soursop, Custard apple, Olive, Syzigium jambos, Feijoa, Panama berry, Tamarillo, Fig, Papaw, Wampi, Guava, White sapote, Grape,
Fruit trees for Queensland and Brisbane can be purchased from both good Garden Centers and from online fruit tree suppliers, these nurseries will send bare rooted fruit trees during dormancy (winter months)