Resembling lychees this tropical fruit has a sweet yummy taste. It is very popular in Asia and is increasing becoming available in Australia supermarkets. Rambutans are strictly tropical trees but can be successfully grown by the home gardener in the right climate.
|Growing Conditions||rich loamy soil preferred in wet tropical conditions., strictly tropical. We recommend multiple planting for fruiting as you need male and female to fruit.|
|Max Size||tall keep it pruned|
RambutanBy: Robin Juffs on 13 February 2016The plants eventually arrived safely after spending an extra 2 days at the local PO, there had been an issue with the Au Post tracker. I was surprised that the plants had fared so well as it was an extremely hot period of weather. I have shifted them into bigger pots and all are showing good new growth. I thought I would keep them in the pots until they grow more and become a little more hardier before planting them out after the winter period this year. I have grown them from seeds last year (100% germination) only to lose them after an early unusually cold few days of weather before I realized what was occurring. These are looking good.