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GENERAL INFORMATION

 

the Koda (Ehretia acuminata) has a very long history of life on Earth. Fossil evidence suggests that the plant originated in Africa and spread to Australia and South America when these continents were still joined as a single land mass.It grows up the east coast of Australia and has become a native and is commonly known to be a great Aussie Bush tucker fruit.

 

The tree grows to a medium size which is perfect for back yards and when it flowers the tree gets covered in beautiful sprays of white hanging flowers which then turn into small yellow / orange fruits which can be eaten and are nice and sweet.

 

They are also a great tree to have in your yard if you want to attract butterflies and birds such as Lewin’s honeyeater, the wompoo fruit dove and figbird as well as being a food plant for several butterflies.

 

GROWN FROM

Seedling 2 years old
HOW LONG BEFORE THIS TREE WILL FRUIT

3 to 4 years
POLLINATION

Self Pollinating
DECIDUOUS OR EVERGREEN

Semi Deciduous - Will lose it's leaves in colder climates.
WATERING

Moderate watering
AMOUNT OF SUN

Full Sun

Koda (Ehretia acuminata) 1 years old

$79.00Price
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  • The Koda tree is a very hard tree and will grow in cold and warm climates in all types of soils.They are self maintaing because of their hardiness and will drop their leaves in winter.In spring they will have beautiful flowers and fruit on them.

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