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Wood Apple grow in MelbourneWood Apple grow in Melbourne - Looks great, best of luck with it!...
  By Scott 10 2 days ago (5 responses)
AQUILARIA CRASSNA PLANTS FOR SALEAQUILARIA CRASSNA PLANTS FOR SALE - Where can I get from Perth, Australua?...
  By Kelly Lim 2 days ago (67 responses)
Fruit trees for Arncliffe NSW - Hi, I've been given $100 to spend on fruit trees for my school but I'm not a gardener! Any advice on what will grow well and bare fruit in my area?...
  By Joe Library 2 days ago (0 responses)
Mango tree diseaseMango tree disease - Recently bought this mango tree from bunnings at the start of summer, its grown well and is around 6ft now. Lately the leaves have been falling off and iv noticed black spots all over them.. starting...
  By Gunth 3 days ago (0 responses)
Wai Chee - Thank you Brain says....I thought fruiting would be an issue....
  By frustrated horticulturist 3 days ago (3 responses)
Fruit tree spacing - I will only comment on the ones I am growing myself and have experience with. 1) Jackfruit. This will have a wide canopy and cast a lot of shade so don't plant it next to something that needs sunsh...
  By Waterfall 3 days ago (6 responses)
passionfruitpassionfruit - Kevin, I have a feeling some of mine won't ripen before winter either. I've netted mine today so the birds won't get into them. I threw a tree netting over the vine and the wooden fence and attached...
  By Cas Allan 4 days ago (32 responses)
Grafting Budding Tape - Thank you...
  By kmk 4 days ago (3 responses)
Growing dwarf lamb hass near house - Hi, I'm from Melbourne's west with limited space for growing fruit trees (about 1mt x 12mts long - west facing). I'm planning to grow a dwarf lamb hass avocado once i get my hands on one. I've sear...
  By Vudoo 4 days ago (0 responses)
fruit full of seed. - Do you know why my Lemonade Tree would be producing fruit full of seed? Theres barely any flesh its all seed inside. ...
  By JLYNN 4 days ago (0 responses)
What to do with mango tree with one brachWhat to do with mango tree with one brach - Mangoes Kent 3 months old ...
  By 96_Sudan 5 days ago (15 responses)
companion plants - Hi On a T V program recently a lady was growing a totally organic vegie garden she was growing companion plants with her veggies that stopped the bugs etc eating her veggies. I only now marig...
  By wobbly 5 days ago (0 responses)
Mango Trees in ShadeMango Trees in Shade - Good advice GG, thanks again!...
  By Scott 10 5 days ago (4 responses)
Lemon Tree Bark SplittingLemon Tree Bark Splitting - We had a large harvest of lemons last year, but most were not good quality. The tree hadnt had much attention for a while (we had just moved in) so we did a hard prune in Winter last year (July-Aug...
  By Nuffy 5 days ago (0 responses)
Looking for a Calamansi seed or treeLooking for a Calamansi seed or tree - Botanical name is CITRONFORTUNELLAMICROCARPA...
  By Terry37 5 days ago (38 responses)
Feijoa graft - We just graft them onto seedlings Feijoa Plants here: [Link]...
  By Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery 6 days ago (1 responses)
blueberry flowers no fruit - I'm not an expert... It could be normal, the petals can fall off before the fruit is very visible. [Link] If it's no...
  By kmk 6 days ago (1 responses)
Citrus and Greywater - I'm contemplating using the water from my Greywater tank to water my citrus (at the moment it's just being wasted). We don't use anything terrible in our water and try to use low sodium products etc. ...
  By Scott 10 6 days ago (0 responses)
Onion WeedOnion Weed - I inherited onion weed from a friend that gave me a potted rose. Didn't realize what the bulbs were when they grew. After a couple of years I started getting suspicious of these bulbs so did some rese...
  By LOJO 7 days ago (101 responses)
AVOCADO ,Interesting shape , \' RUSSELL\' variety , FLORIDA , U.S.A.AVOCADO ,Interesting shape , ' RUSSELL' variety , FLORIDA , U.S.A. - BTW this variety has beautiful creamy delicious flesh similar to the Secondo I have growing here. Seed is round/ large but the flesh right up the neck is perfect...
  By the pimpernel 7 days ago (17 responses)
Veggie gardenVeggie garden - HI mate, have you seen our vegepods? self watering contained raised garden bed kits, includes protection canopy and misters through the top. could suit you to a tee. all food safe and ensure pest f...
  By simon holloway 7 days ago (511 responses)
Sloe berriesSloe berries - Hi All I'm from Victoria but will be in Tasmania for Agfest and the week after that - so could pick up frozen fruit from you if it's still available. Could anyone please let me know if you have anyth...
  By SallyM 7 days ago (70 responses)
Give away Muscadine GrapeGive away Muscadine Grape - Hi guys. Something has eaten all the leaves on my muscadine vine. Not even a single leaf left on the ground underneath the vine. Could it be a possum? Any ideas? Thanks....
  By Gleb 8 days ago (17 responses)
Berries IDBerries ID - Hi Pade Thanks so much - very fascinating regarding the berry. Also on the finger lime - was starting to feel dishearten but I will stay patient. Regards Robyn...
  By Robyn Cross 8 days ago (2 responses)
Jicama - I grew some jicama this year, probably put it in too late to get a good crop. I grew this from seed, and I know that I can grow it from a tuber, but what I was wondering if anyone could help me with, ...
  By Justine57 8 days ago (0 responses)
Passionfruit not ripening and falling off the vine - Hi TamarilloLover, Yeah, not sure. Is it in a pot or in the ground? Presumably it's the usual grafted Nelly Kelly passionfruit? Yellowing leaves suggest something in its soil is not so good - should...
  By davewastech 8 days ago (3 responses)
Guava China Pear diseaseGuava China Pear disease - Sorry Allybanana for our mistake! Only today, when we were replying to Peter91, we realised that our reply to you, on Monday, has not been sent. As we referred to in our post to Peter91 we have foll...
  By FGH, Sydney 9 days ago (4 responses)
Plant id pleasePlant id please - Has it had any flowers? Looks a bit like native violet, but without flowers impossible to tell. ...
  By Julie 9 days ago (1 responses)
avocado leaves going brownavocado leaves going brown - If you wish to know the salinity of your bore water you can get a rough idea by asking a swimming pool store to test it with a conductivity meter. It's usually free. Also there is another resource fo...
  By davewastech 10 days ago (64 responses)
fruit trees alluvial soil - Hi there, wondering about the best fruit trees to plant on alluvial (flood plain) soil around on the North Coast NSW? I can prep the ground for citrus etc but wondering about other fuit trees that n...
  By sundance 10 days ago (0 responses)
Insect on Jackfruit Insect on Jackfruit - Thanks for the help...
  By Chad 11 days ago (3 responses)
Plant availabilityPlant availability - Malabar leaf- edana-tejpatra-Cinnamon tamala Scientific name of Malabar leaf: Cinnamomum tamala Name of Malabar leaf in different languages:- English: Indian bay leaf, Indian bark, Indian cas...
  By Ginesh 11 days ago (1 responses)
Small leaved Tamarind not flowering - Hi Craby, Your question sparked my interest as I am also growing a small leaf tamarind, although much smaller. I looked online, but nothing really helped. The best I could find was searching thr...
  By Pademelon1 12 days ago (1 responses)
Rhe right trees - It's a big question. There's no doubt that pines or cypresses will give you the densest barrier quickest, but I would be hugely pilloried if I suggested those. If you must have natives, a mixture o...
  By Manfred 12 days ago (1 responses)
Growth on Apple tree - photo again please...
  By allybanana 13 days ago (2 responses)
Do I need to pinch out pecans - If I was growing them purely as specimens I wouldn't be pruning them at all. They do become a magnificent tree if left to grow. There are a couple in the front lawn of University House at the ANU...
  By Manfred 13 days ago (5 responses)
CEYLON HILL GOOSEBERRYCEYLON HILL GOOSEBERRY - I bought a seedling plant from Daley's last year. It is growing slowly and to my surprise it flowered profusely over summer but did not set any fruit. I live just north of Mackay....
  By Juneli 13 days ago (10 responses)
Cider Apples - Is there such a thing as low/medium chill cider Apple trees? I am growing both "tropical" varieties of some trees (Apple, peach) plus standard varieties (Apricot, Pear & Plums) and wish to expand into...
  By bloodanddreams 14 days ago (0 responses)
Wurtz avocado - Yeah, from reading about them I gather Lamb Hass would be a good choice. Any downside? Do fruitfly bother them?...
  By davewastech 14 days ago (4 responses)
Longans in MelbourneLongans in Melbourne - Which month is Kohala and Kiew ready to harvest in Sydney or Melbourne? (I can't seem to find this information)...
  By davewastech 15 days ago (62 responses)
Sweet Granidilla - Hi Deb, sweet granadilla have heart shaped leaves that are a blueish-green colour. [Link]...
  By Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery 15 days ago (1 responses)
Kiwiberry - Hardy kiwifruitKiwiberry - Hardy kiwifruit - Hi Tommoz thanks for the advice. I will definitely give it a frame to climb on as at the moment it is trailing on the ground. Hope to see some greatly improved growth next season. Cheers!...
  By Linton 17 days ago (57 responses)
Seeking Feijoa fruitSeeking Feijoa fruit - My name is Joe , I live in Perth and after lots of frustration trying to get good feijoa fruit IV decided to start my own orchard. It might take a couple of years to get going but I will be able to su...
  By Feijoa joe 18 days ago (65 responses)
Sick Avocado TreeSick Avocado Tree - Thanks, I will do the test on the weekend....
  By CameronC1 18 days ago (3 responses)
Gnarly looking carrots - Potting mix not good for carrots - too chunky - they grow best in fine loam soils - (with no rocks or clay chunks)- get a metal stake and make a cone in your soil and put in a mix of fine compost and ...
  By Markmelb 18 days ago (4 responses)
GustaviaGustavia - Fantastic flower - did some googling and is a type of Lotus - but not sure if any edible fruits at all - maybe roots are the edible part? Like the Lotus root used in asian stirfy?...
  By Markmelb 18 days ago (3 responses)
When do Tamarillo fruit ripen?When do Tamarillo fruit ripen? - I have been picking them for weeks already and they will ripen off the tree too....
  By Waterfall 18 days ago (3 responses)
Ginko Tree - Rieann, the roots could still grow through the holes in the pot and will go into the ground eventually. You could prevent this by planting into a large Bonsai bag, or another type of pot that sto...
  By Julie 18 days ago (3 responses)
Blueberry troblesBlueberry trobles - Tnx for all the great answers. Certainly a learning curve. My new plants are doing gd now, now that I've left them alone. The potash feed seems to be quite common for potted bb. Will try. When it ...
  By Nadmik 18 days ago (6 responses)
buk buk ? - Mike is there no superfruit to find this year? Are you guys eating banana's, oranges and apples now?...
  By Bangkok 19 days ago (1 responses)
Gynostemma Pentaphyllum - 1) Is there a difference in the health properties of your 7 leafed Gynostemma Pentaphyllum stock and the 5 leafed variety? 2) Which country does your stock originate from?...
  By smackoz 19 days ago (0 responses)
coffee treecoffee tree - Could be a potassium deficiency. That appears first on the older leaves....
  By Manfred 19 days ago (4 responses)
Fruit trees in wer Boggy area's - Tully is Tropical. We average about 4000mm of rain per year, and have had one year with 6500mm of rain. Mangosteens are goo, but the require shade wile young, and they are horribly slow growing, i ha...
  By archerpalms 19 days ago (7 responses)
Wolf BerriesWolf Berries - Great article! Thanks for sharing all this information! By the way, I published an article about Goji berries from Ningxia here: [Link]...
  By yinchuan.de 20 days ago (183 responses)
Dwarf PineapplesDwarf Pineapples - Hi there, Does anybody know where I can purchase an Ananas 'Chocolat' or another variety of dwarf pineapple??? I have been searching and searching to no avail. Any help would be much appreciat...
  By mrs_ink 20 days ago (8 responses)

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Feijoas in South West Victoria - Hi Im looking for a grower of Feijoas in South West Victoria. Thanks ...
  By angies delight 22 days ago (0 responses)
Gynostemma Pentaphyllum - 1) Is there a difference in the health properties of your 7 leafed Gynostemma Pentaphyllum stock and the 5 leafed variety? 2) Which country does your stock originate from?...
  By smackoz 19 days ago (0 responses)
Cider Apples - Is there such a thing as low/medium chill cider Apple trees? I am growing both "tropical" varieties of some trees (Apple, peach) plus standard varieties (Apricot, Pear & Plums) and wish to expand into...
  By bloodanddreams 14 days ago (0 responses)
fruit trees alluvial soil - Hi there, wondering about the best fruit trees to plant on alluvial (flood plain) soil around on the North Coast NSW? I can prep the ground for citrus etc but wondering about other fuit trees that n...
  By sundance 10 days ago (0 responses)
Jicama - I grew some jicama this year, probably put it in too late to get a good crop. I grew this from seed, and I know that I can grow it from a tuber, but what I was wondering if anyone could help me with, ...
  By Justine57 8 days ago (0 responses)
Citrus and Greywater - I'm contemplating using the water from my Greywater tank to water my citrus (at the moment it's just being wasted). We don't use anything terrible in our water and try to use low sodium products etc. ...
  By Scott 10 6 days ago (0 responses)
Lemon Tree Bark SplittingLemon Tree Bark Splitting - We had a large harvest of lemons last year, but most were not good quality. The tree hadnt had much attention for a while (we had just moved in) so we did a hard prune in Winter last year (July-Aug...
  By Nuffy 5 days ago (0 responses)
companion plants - Hi On a T V program recently a lady was growing a totally organic vegie garden she was growing companion plants with her veggies that stopped the bugs etc eating her veggies. I only now marig...
  By wobbly 5 days ago (0 responses)
fruit full of seed. - Do you know why my Lemonade Tree would be producing fruit full of seed? Theres barely any flesh its all seed inside. ...
  By JLYNN 4 days ago (0 responses)
Growing dwarf lamb hass near house - Hi, I'm from Melbourne's west with limited space for growing fruit trees (about 1mt x 12mts long - west facing). I'm planning to grow a dwarf lamb hass avocado once i get my hands on one. I've sear...
  By Vudoo 4 days ago (0 responses)
Mango tree diseaseMango tree disease - Recently bought this mango tree from bunnings at the start of summer, its grown well and is around 6ft now. Lately the leaves have been falling off and iv noticed black spots all over them.. starting...
  By Gunth 3 days ago (0 responses)
Fruit trees for Arncliffe NSW - Hi, I've been given $100 to spend on fruit trees for my school but I'm not a gardener! Any advice on what will grow well and bare fruit in my area?...
  By Joe Library 2 days ago (0 responses)

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Veggie gardenVeggie garden - HI mate, have you seen our vegepods? self watering contained raised garden bed kits, includes protection canopy and misters through the top. could suit you to a tee. all food safe and ensure pest f...
  By simon holloway 7 days ago (511 responses)
Wolf BerriesWolf Berries - Great article! Thanks for sharing all this information! By the way, I published an article about Goji berries from Ningxia here: [Link]...
  By yinchuan.de 20 days ago (183 responses)
Mango Tree DiseaseMango Tree Disease - Hi Maryanne Are you still around Sydney? I need help on mango farming? ...
  By Ahad 30 days ago (407 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Hi Kerry and Merry, I am sorry I can't help with seedlings, as I only have 5 that sprouted, and all have been promised to new homes already. Might be quite some time untill I have fruit and can off...
  By Gardenia1 32 days ago (322 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - Thankyou for your generous offer, im hoping to source in australia as the last seeds i ordered got destroyed and i got a letter from customs, 😓 appreciate the reply tho 😄...
  By Robinhood 38 days ago (154 responses)
GarlicGarlic - Hi ningnong (love the name!) Yep, the brother's and my garlic crop was terrible last year! Like you, most cloves/bulbs were very small, hope we have a better crop this year! Too wet to plant here yet,...
  By Brendan 44 days ago (306 responses)
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  By Theposterformerlyknownas 44 days ago (656 responses)
pouteria lucumapouteria lucuma - self fruitful...
  By Recher 52 days ago (353 responses)
Fruit fly controlFruit fly control - I caught 1000's of fruit fly in Cera traps, but still lost all my Valencia oranges. Navels nearby weren't affected, but they ripen a bit earlier....
  By Julie 53 days ago (595 responses)
Pruning PassionfruitPruning Passionfruit - Have you ever seen a passionfruit vine almost 3 inches in diameter - this one is mammoth and growing in the local park. Will see if it is sweet now....
  By bernie6 62 days ago (501 responses)
BananaBanana - Thanks Lissa, Will do. :) ...
  By Gordo 64 days ago (439 responses)
Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/NewcastleTropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle - Rep: Amanda - **NakedHands but I figure that as I'm not dead yet I must be building up my own anti-venom!!?? :)** LOL nice I love it haha #NakedHands...
  By Farouk 67 days ago (147 responses)
gardening in Perth sandsgardening in Perth sands - Hi guys, To 'improve' a sandy soil you would need about 30% clay in volume in the first 300-400mm of your sandy soil - that represent about 1 cubic meter of clay/ 10m2. I'm not too sure about t...
  By Perth Gardening 72 days ago (309 responses)
PassionfruitPassionfruit - Troubleshooting - From the Nellie Kelly website: My vine has lots of foliage and flowers, but doesn’t fruit. 1. Too much fertiliser Over fertilising your passionfruit vine will result in plenty o...
  By Boobialla 73 days ago (623 responses)
Chiku / SapodillaChiku / Sapodilla - They are very slow growing - a friends grandparents introduced Sapodilla to India many years ago and those trees I have seen in a photo are very tall - maybe 8 to 10 mt - be great if i could post that...
  By Markmelb 89 days ago (219 responses)
Market dayMarket day - Hi Brain ,Have extracted the red coloured fruit seed and is extremely small, green not ready to eat yet.Red fruit some fibre mixture of sweet and tart, good balance....
  By David 93 days ago (155 responses)
Mango tree not fruitingMango tree not fruiting - i have an Mango tree that has only Flowered once in the last 9yrs any ideas why . i live in Waikiki Perth Western Australia...
  By barlyes 94 days ago (348 responses)
acha cha fruit seedsacha cha fruit seeds - I bought an Achaca tree about a meter high in a pot in August 2015 and planted right away in full sun and would like to know how long before I get some fruits.Three weeks ago I noticed about 10 new le...
  By Jean-Michel 98 days ago (287 responses)
Fig ( blue provenceFig ( blue provence - I got a Blue Provence fig from Diggers ~18 months ago. This is the first fig from it, picked today. It doesn't look at all like I expected, in fact, aside from the enormous size of th efig (it's...
  By Salsta 107 days ago (132 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - Hi J have you any idea how i could get some seeds in perth W.A thx Belinda...
  By bee13 117 days ago (225 responses)
I have a cherry treeI have a cherry tree - Whoever thinks birds won't eat cooking cherries..please tell the local mynahs who tear them through the netting on my tree....
  By cherrygirl 137 days ago (171 responses)
Milk Kefir GrainsMilk Kefir Grains - Hi, where can I get milk Kefir grain around Sydney inner west please? Thanh...
  By Thanh 144 days ago (339 responses)
Black Sapote not growingBlack Sapote not growing - the flowers are doing exactly what they are supposed to do. many fruiting trees will shed excess flowers, ie mangos, mandarins etc. it is all about self pruning of sorts. imagine a mature fruit tree h...
  By randey 145 days ago (218 responses)
BabacoBabaco - I remember the early recipes for babaco being that the entire fruit should be used. I now find that when scraping away the inner slimy stuff, the pieces in the babaco /apple pie are more firmer and ...
  By denise1 157 days ago (392 responses)
Growing avocado in MelbourneGrowing avocado in Melbourne - Hi Markmelb & Wheels, Some pics of my Lamb Hass Pic3, Anthracnose, Pic2, & my over 40y o seed grown tree with heaps of small fruit. Pic 1. The fruit on the Lamb Hass are about 30mm dia. Very hard to...
  By Brendan 163 days ago (314 responses)
Cuttings/ seeds/ seedlings SwapCuttings/ seeds/ seedlings Swap - Does anyone have any rare Guava seeds or plants? I'd be happy to pay any costs. Examples would be ones like Indian Red, Malaysian Red, Ruby Supreme etc. ...
  By Peter91 165 days ago (743 responses)
maqui berrymaqui berry - I'm impressed, Chassis. I get tiny green fruit and then they drop off every year. Perhaps my lack of pollinator is the problem? Please keep us informed of the flavor as mine is slowly but surely or...
  By 34 172 days ago (194 responses)
Ants Nests in Pot PlantsAnts Nests in Pot Plants - Green ant problem is an easy solution. Tie an oil soaked rag (used cooking oil) around the bottom of the tree. Green ants will not walk across it, if the don't touch the ground they die. Renew the oil...
  By Gypsie 178 days ago (152 responses)
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  By Markmelb 190 days ago (263 responses)
graviola tree or soursopgraviola tree or soursop - Russell, I'm sorry you have cancer, but this is a gardening forum - you are unlikely to find the information here. I'm sure there is lots of info online. ...
  By Julie 193 days ago (350 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - Hi Monifa, yes I've located 1 person down Sydney way that does grow this plant, but he wasn't able to supply any as he sells/supply most of his leaves to the Indian shops down Sydney. I have obtained ...
  By 19david70 194 days ago (259 responses)
CoffeeCoffee - Hi all! My coffee tree started fruiting 6 months ago and now some of the fruits are ripening and almost ready to pick! Does anyone know of any good websites that explicitly outline the harvesting a...
  By nicole 208 days ago (261 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - finally the yellow DF ripened after an eternity. These are the best tasting fruit to come out of my garden so far....
  By Grant 244 days ago (430 responses)
custard applescustard apples - What variety of Atemoya is this? Please help! Wanting to make some scion grafts out of the tree. Thank you in advance....
  By NurseAllen 252 days ago (253 responses)
bee hivesbee hives - I am looking forward to collecting a hive of native bees next week. Whilst I spent many years with honeybee hives in the backyard of my old home I have missed having the little creatures at this place...
  By Slicko 261 days ago (198 responses)
Guava tees in melbourneGuava tees in melbourne - The Brazilian Guava leaves also turned deep red in the cold Winter. However, on another unknown Guava variety next to it in the second picture, the leaves have remained green....
  By Linton 263 days ago (298 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - Is the Blueberry Burst good in flavour? Better than the Misty & Sharpe. Planning to get my first blueberry plants. ...
  By Sheryl 266 days ago (519 responses)
Red bayberryRed bayberry - I'm not sure where they are coming from, but there are some seed grown ones popping up for sale in Melbourne now....
  By BenW 283 days ago (174 responses)
LYCHEE TREELYCHEE TREE - Hi all! Really interesting reading on this thread! I've learnt so much already! My new lychee has been in the ground just a few months and the leaves have started to turn yellow over a few weeks. It...
  By Julz_T 293 days ago (212 responses)
mandarin treemandarin tree - I have a imperial mandarin tree in my back yard it's about 3 year old now and going good!! I'm pretty sure the whole was 25cm wide and 35cm deep, they are supper yummy and get about 6 mandarines in o...
  By Ellie 310 days ago (259 responses)
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in MelbourneTropical fruit trees successfuly grown in Melbourne - gummiberries fruiting now! The Bolivian Fuchsias are loaded with gummiberry fruit at the moment. Ate a handful today which were rather pleasing with a lemony kiwi-like flavour and supposed to be e...
  By Linton 316 days ago (772 responses)
duriun trees: have you seen anyduriun trees: have you seen any - We do not sell Durian seed, seedlings, trees, fruit....
  By JohnMc1 317 days ago (203 responses)
passionfruit problempassionfruit problem - the larger white bit with orange dots looks like an egg sack, the smaller one to the lower left looks like a wooly aphid. you should be able to open the eggsack with your fingers and see whats insi...
  By peter30001 333 days ago (131 responses)
jujubesjujubes - Hey John, the first time I tasted a jujube was when I found a plant growing wild on a footpath outside a guy's place that grew hundreds of Australian native fruits. I think he planted it on the footp...
  By Fay 375 days ago (159 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - Hi Mrs Turner, I live in the Central Coast area, would it be possible for me to get a cutting of your Moringo tree, please, willing to pay and pick it as I don't live that far from Belmont. My email ...
  By Mrs Wagner 407 days ago (197 responses)
Mesona chinensisMesona chinensis - Hi JohnMc1, I came across this post as I am in search of the Yanang plant, Can you please let me know where I can buy the plant or fresh leaf? Thank you ...
  By Linda D 413 days ago (133 responses)
PeppinoPeppino - I've just harvested some of these for the first time. I thought they were a very nice fruit, maybe a cross between a paw paw and rockmelon but not as sweet, yet still sweet enough to be enjoyable. ...
  By Waterfall 421 days ago (141 responses)
Pinkabelle Apple TreePinkabelle Apple Tree - no such variety as Cameo ...
  By joekoel 457 days ago (127 responses)
ackee treeackee tree - Ha gwan peeps, need breadfruit, and any provision, yellow yam, white yam, plantain, cassava. any help much appreciated. Much love Mango-jack...
  By mango-jack 553 days ago (127 responses)
Rare Fruit Swap/Sale in Melbourne South/East?Rare Fruit Swap/Sale in Melbourne South/East? - Thanks Jantina but I'm keeping my collection at two--the mexican, and the luther Burbanks, which he developed for fruit quality. I'll pass on the issai if that's ok, I procured some from Diggers (well...
  By sternus1 731 days ago (212 responses)

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