Second part in the series of what to grow. Typically, fruit trees take about 7 to 10 years to bear fruits.

The following species take less than six years to fruit depending on the variety..Many fruiting within two years (See links below)

Apple , Avocado , Moringa, Guava, Plum , Lemon, Passion fruit , Raspberrys , Blue berry, Mulberry trees, Peach , Strawberrys, Cherrys , Mandarin , Papyaya , Fig , Custard Apple , Jujube, Banana / Plaintain, Lime, Elderberry, Chestnuts, Goose berry , Coji berry, Black Currant, Loquat, Olive, Bilberrys, Sweet Carob, Apricot, Nectrine, Paw Paw, Pear, Persimmon, Pomegranate, Hazel nuts.

What fruits can you grow in your climate?

Cool (choose low or high chill varieties): Apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum,

apricot, fig, mulberry, raspberry, blackberry, grape, olive and citrus.

Temperate (choose low-chill varieties): Apple, peach, nectarine, pear, plum,

blueberry, kiwi fruit, medlar, date, nashi, apricot, olive and citrus

Sub-Tropical (usually grow well in coastal

conditions from Mackay to Sydney): Avocado, passionfruit, guava, tamarillo,

loquat, jaboticaba, walnut, babaco, black sapote and custard apple.

Tropical (protected from cold winds with warm, humid conditions):

Papaya, pawpaw, rambutan, mango, pineapple, gooseberry, jackfruit, carambola

and longan

Arid (dry in summer): Carob, feijoa, jujube, olive, pomegranate, fig, pistachio, almond, grape, quince and citrus.