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Diploglottis campbellii Small-leaved Tamarind

A rare native Australian tree, grows to around 10 metres. The dense foliage produces an abundance of edible red fleshy fruit.


This tamarind fruit is great to use in sweet and savoury recipes with its distinctive flavour. You can whip up some jam, sauces, jellies, chutneys and tasty spreads with a fruit crop from this tree.

Position & Soil

An attractive shade and shelter tree that thrives in full sun to part shade. Enjoys soil rich in organic matter and can be kept pruned to suit life in a pot.