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Feijoa Key Facts Chart

VARIETY SHAPE FRUIT SIZE FLAVOUR PULP SKIN HEIGHT SELF-
FERTILE
HARVEST GROWTH HABIT
APOLLO Long /ovoid Large Sweet & tasty Smooth & fragrant Rough Thin 4mx4m semi May
Mid-season
Upright. Vigorous shoot growth
BAMBINA™ Ovoid Small Sweet & aromatic Juicy & abundant Smooth Thin 1.5m x 1.5m no May
Mid-season
Compact & upright
DEN’S CHOICE Oval Medium / large Amazing flavour Juicy & abundant Smooth with red dots 4mx4m semi Apr/May
Early season
Upright. Vigorous shoot growth
GOLDEN GOOSE™ Oval Large to extra large Slightly acid, ripening to very sweet. At touch pick is small but increases as ripens. Smooth & firm 4mx4m no May/June
Mid - Late Season
Medium height with rounded canopy.
KAKAPO Ovoid Medium Sweet & tasty Abundant
Smooth & juicy
Rough 4mx4m no May
Mid-season
Compact open habit
KARAMEA Obovoid Medium / large Tangy & tasty Juicy & abundant Rough Thick 2mx3m no May
Mid-season
Compact bushy upright habit
MAMMOTH Oblong Medium Sweet & aromatic Slightly gritty
Soft & juicy
Smooth with red dots 4mx4m no May/June
Mid - Late Season
Upright & spreading
MARION Ovoid Medium / large Mildly aromatic Slightly gritty
Soft & juicy
Moderately smooth 4mx4m no May
Mid-season
Upright. Vigorous shoot growth
OPAL STAR™ Ovoid Medium / large Sweet & mild Juicy & abundant Smooth Thin 4mx4m no June
Late season
Compact & upright
POUNAMU Oval Medium Tangy & tasty Juicy & medium Smooth 4mx4m no Apr/May
Early season
Upright & spreading
TRIUMPH Obovoid Medium Mildly aromatic Slightly gritty
Soft & juicy
Rough 4mx4m no June
Late season
Upright. Vigorous shoot growth
UNIQUE Obovoid Small / medium Mildly aromatic & sweet Smooth soft & juicy Slightly Rough 4mx4m yes Mar/Apr
Very Early season
Upright & spreading
WHITE GOOSE™ Ovoid Large Mildly aromatic & very sweet Smooth soft & juicy Semi-Smooth 4mx4m no Apr/May
Early season
Upright. Vigorous shoot growth
WIKI TU™ Long/ovoid Large Tart Firm Rough Thick 3mx3m no May/June
Mid - Late Season
Compact

NOTE:

  • Cross pollination ensures a heavy yield with good fruit size and pulp.
  • Pollination is completed by birds; therefore in a residential situation a pollinator is not always necessary.

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