The Rambutan has a soft hairy like skin with the fruit inside having a soft jelly like flesh which tastes similar to a lychee but are not as juicy and have a more nutty flavour.

3 x Rambutan Tree (red)

  • The Rambutan tree needs a lot of water and a warm humid climate to perform their best.The most Rambutans are grown in Far North Queensland but are also grown down to the sunshine coast and other warmer regions of Australia. They like to have good drainage but can survive some heavy wet seasons even when drainage is not the best.