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Japanese Raisin Tree PLANT – Untreated & Heirloom – Hovenia dulcis – Kenpo Nashi – Rare Fruit Tree

The Japanese Raisin Tree is an ornamental deciduous tree that can be grown in subtropics and temperature climates. It produces an abundance of edible, sweet fruit-like clusters of thick flower stalks that taste similar to raisins when fully ripe. It is a drought and frost-tolerant fast-growing tree with a wow factor! The Japanese Raisin tree is distantly related to the Jujube tree.

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Japanese Raisin Tree PLANT – Untreated & Heirloom – Hovenia dulcis – Kenpo Nashi – Rare Fruit Tree

The Japanese Raisin Tree is an ornamental deciduous tree that can be grown in subtropics and temperature climates. It produces an abundance of edible, sweet fruit-like clusters of thick flower stalks that taste similar to raisins when fully ripe. It is a drought and frost-tolerant fast-growing tree with a wow factor! The Japanese Raisin tree is distantly related to the Jujube tree.

Planting and growing tips:

  1. Give it a good drink and place it in a semi-shade position out of the wind.
  2. Leave it in the original pot for a few days until it recovers from the journey.
  3. Re-pot or plant into the ground at the latest when the roots start to come out of the bottom holes.
  4. Watering straight after planting is essential! From then on as required.
  5. It doesn’t like to sit in water so a well-drained position is best. All our edibles grow happily and quickly in slightly raised garden beds or mounted topsoil.
  6. It grows best in full sun and partial shade and in many types of soil, however, the better the soil, the quicker and better the plant tree will grow.

Additional notes:

  • The price is for one young plant in a small pot. Sending within Australia only, not to NORFOLK ISLAND, NT, SA, TAS, or WA. Pick up by appointment only.
  • Most of our nursery plants grow in partial shade. Introducing them to the sun slowly before replanting them to their permanent position will promote healthy growth.
  • Do your research before trying any new foods. Please also note our disclaimer in the footer of this page.
Weight 2.6 kg
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