A unique range of frozen, freeze-dried, and powdered organic feijoa fruit. Feijoas are high in bio-actives, Vitamins C and K, and have a unique and moreish flavour. Heather’s Feijoas are 100% New Zealand grown, gluten and GMO free, and Biogro certified.
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Waimea Nurseries produce a large variety of Dwarf fruit trees that will suit your gardening needs. See the varieties, make your decision and buy at a stockist near you.How to grow Feijoa “Apollo” “Apollo” is a variety of Feijoa that produces tasty, medium sized fruit in late autumn. The tasty fruit result from small, bright red flowers in summer which produced amidst the lush, dark green leaves. This evergreen shrub typically grows to 3 m tall and 2 m wide but can be trimmed to smaller sizes. It performs best when planted in full sun on a well.Due to their popularity in New Zealand we tend to think of them as something uniquely Kiwi. Feijoas are exceptionally easy to grow and very tolerant. However given ideal conditions the fruit will have a better flavour and you will get a more bountiful crop of deliciously fragrant beauties. Give Feijoas a sunny position in well drained fertile soil. If there is a dry spell of weather when the.
Description. A refreshing kettle-soured and unfiltered Berliner Weisse-style ale made with wheat and lots and lots of feijoa puree. It's pale cloudy gold in colour with a tangy tropical aroma and a clean gentle sourness, fit for a hot summer day.Read More
I found your blog searching for a feijoa wine recipe which doesn't use added water - we made feijoa wine but the flavor was very mild and our neighbor - a ''proper'' winemaker - told us that to get the real flavor we should use pure fruit juice. I would use frozen thawed feijoas but I think after draining the juice there would be more pulp than juice. Still searching.Read More
Excess fruit is scooped and frozen into portions for thawing to make Feijoa Cake and this deliciously creamy ice cream. The basis of the ice cream recipe is to make a sweet feijoa puree to fold through the cream. Feel free to double the quantity if your scooping hand is up to the challenge. And scroll down for a recipe for flourless feijoa cakes (muffins) with a crumble-inspired ingredient list.Read More
The Feijoa Jam is simply feijoas, sugar, orange juice fruit pectin, and citric acid. Just like Mum would make it. Packaged in a glass jar with cute gingham top, just like the old days, and yes, it's made in New Zealand. 220g jar, shipped worldwide. Enjoy your Feijoa Jam!Read More
Ensuring Feijoa Fruit. Question. I have three seven-year-old feijoa trees that were shaded by a large walnut tree. They are quite straggly and have never had more than a couple of flowers. The walnut next door has been trimmed, but what can I now do to ensure some good fruit? Answer. There is some debate, but walnut trees can affect neighbouring plants. Walnut leaves on the ground produce a.Read More
Things to know about Feijoa Despite many people assuming the fruit is native to New Zealand, the Feijoa actually originated in Uruguay, Brazil and Paraguay and Argentina. They are also grown in random and exotic location of Azerbaijan and Georgia. As mentioned the fruit is very tricky to grow. A lot of people manage to grow a healthy looking.Read More
If you buy a range of different varieties, you can extend the fruiting season and solve pollination issues. “Unique” is self fertile but most others need a pollinator, though feijoas are so widely grown that often a neighbour’s tree will do the job. Don’t fall for cheap seedlings, even for hedging. They may never fruit well, or indeed at all. Breeding and selection has given much.Read More
Golden Queen are an old New Zealand fruit first grown in 1908, are a late season riper and for me are worth waiting for. You just can’t beat them for texture and flavour; they are great for cooking and fresh eating. I’m also partial to peacharines and I remember Mum used to use them and are still popular as a cross between a nectarine and peach, super juicy to eat fresh on a hot summers.Read More
Greenleaf Nurseries offers the largest and most diverse range of plant species and cultivars in New Zealand. We are a family business with over 30 years experience in the industry supplying trees and shrubs NZ wide. We specialise in fruit trees, deciduous trees, evergreen trees and hedging plants. We also have a large range of native plants, shrubs, Citrus, Grapes, Berries and bulbs. As we.Read More