easier propagation method when other means like cutting or seed is not successful. Feb 9, 2015 - Star Fruit ‘Dwarf Hawaiian’ (Averrhoa carambola) Rare and hard-to-find, ‘Dwarf Hawaiian’ is a wonderful star fruit for containers since it produces an abundance of sweet, pale yellow fruit once it reaches 2’ in height.    Rare and hard-to-find 'Dwarf Hawaiian' is a wonderful star fruit for containers since it produces an abundance of sweet pale yellow fruit once it reaches 2' in height. rare plants - fragrant flowers - exotic fruit. You’ll want to avoid any star fruit that are all yellow and especially those that are bordering on orange because they tend to be overripe.    Instead, feel them for firmness and choose the one that seems the most crunchy and plump. They are easy to grow and prolific in their fruit production. The fruit is as large as any commercial variety and it has a high sugar content and delicious flavor even when grown inside in northern planting zones. MD_PrintYear(); Carambola (Starfruit) var Arkin. Aloha With Love uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience on this site. See here time in transit (business days, excluding Sat-Sun! These plants may be added to CA certification in the future; please contact us for more information. Not many people get to see star fruit much less eat star fruit every single year. Eaten fresh, in salads, as garnishes and in drinks. Fruits are small with pale-yellow, almost white skin. I grew up in Hawaii and when I'm not traveling the islands, I write down my Mom's recipes, hike with Daisy the waddling rescue, work on my 200+ gallon aquaponics system, and dream about my future van conversion so I can do some more traveling. ©2020 - Aloha With Love, LLC. Large trees have been known to survive 26°F without damage but young trees must be protected from frost and wind. BTW, I too couldn't find much info on the web or … 4693 Averrhoa carambola var Arkin - Starfruit, Large size, grafted, 3528 Averrhoa carambola var Bell - Starfruit, grafted. We’ve even made it into juice and frozen it so that we could have star fruit smoothies throughout the rest of the year. Thank you! I’ve seen potted trees on sale at local gardens as well. I’m one of the lucky ones with a star fruit tree in my front yard that unfailingly provides us with so much fruit we give it away in bags to our families, friends and neighbors. While looking at Logee's site, they have these two dwarf star fruit and I wanted a little more info, so I email them asking. This catalog is for information only. Logged Khan's Edible Oasis