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Tantalise your taste buds with the exotic tamarillo. Juicy and packed with goodness the tamarillo fruit is a very good source of vitamin C, and is low in fat and calories
- Cluster of pink fragrant flowers appear in spring within 18 months from planting, followed by large golden fruit which is sweet and less acidic than the red varieties.
- Fast growing tree with large heart shaped leaves that are soft and hairy.
Botanical (Latin Name)
Feed Regularly with a Citrus Fertiliser
Position / Planting Location
Rate of Growth
Recommended Planting Months - North Island
Time to Ultimate Height
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