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Lychee - Hi All, I had a bumper crop of fruit and just noticed fruit on the ground with a hole in it with a large grub inside. On checking the fruit left non the tree, over half have saw dust holes in t...
  By MarkF 4 hours ago (0 responses)
Blueberry burst Blueberry burst - Am on central coast NSW. Have 8 plants 2.5 years old, growing in the ground and netted. Getting great crops but fruit is normal size. Very sweet and prolific. Key is consistent water in dry periods. ...
  By Oura 6 hours ago (52 responses)
Oca in Sydney?Oca in Sydney? - Hi looking for those Plectranthus rotundifolius if anyone has seeds tubers or cuttings that wouldd be great..........daylength may be an issue so breed from seed to find what works at yr lattitude tha...
  By fon42 17 hours ago (37 responses)
Is this disease? - Hi, I'm a rank amateur with growing grapes -- just have the one vine in the back yard. We have enjoyed the muscat red table grapes for several years. The last couple of seasons they have had a fairly ...
  By sgadsby 18 hours ago (0 responses)
Haskap berryHaskap berry - @Joel15 Which varieties and which nurseries do you think are in question? ...
  By Tommoz 22 hours ago (7 responses)
Lingonberry - Again, my thanks Linton, will try the seeds - though I am much better with seedling plants - seems to me....
  By SueBee 22 hours ago (2 responses)
Callisia FragransCallisia Fragrans - Yeah. . We've got some....
  By Pez 24 hours ago (5 responses)
Garden Guru - To use the above post, go to Tom Wyatt's Gardening Talkback on Facebook :-)...
  By Brendan 1 days ago (1 responses)
Moving a new mango - In six to eight weeks the root ball should not have grown much, leaf flushes occur after the plant saves up energy over a longer period of time so are not necessarily indicative of root growth. Some i...
  By allybanana 1 days ago (1 responses)
hippophae rhaminoides sea buckthorn - Nope. You'll be lucky to even get a seedling plant here!...
  By Joel15 2 days ago (1 responses)
Lychee fruit - Hi All, The other day, when checking on my Lychee tree, I noticed some of the green fruit had small brown holes in them. When opened, there was nothing inside. Flesh and pip gone! On opening se...
  By MarkF 2 days ago (0 responses)
Chilling - Which would require more chill - a low chill twin grafted cherry, or a paper shell almond....
  By MPX 2 days ago (0 responses)
Growing avocado in MelbourneGrowing avocado in Melbourne - Here are some pics Wheels of how well the Hoverflies have done their work this year and the cooler temps have also helped. Im interested to see how many drop or hang on to full size in 10 months time...
  By Markmelb 3 days ago (337 responses)
LycheeLychee - My bosworth is currently with green fruits but its getting a flush of new growth at the same time.Should I leave the new growth flush or should it be trim off?...
  By Michael D 3 days ago (20 responses)
Split bark on orange tree.Split bark on orange tree. - Not sure it is collar rot there is plenty of air circulation and no mower trauma. There is one other wound besides the one pictured ...
  By Uncle Frank 3 days ago (3 responses)
Common Myrtle - myrtus communisCommon Myrtle - myrtus communis - Davide, are you from Sardinia ? do you have any Mirto recipes to share ? ...
  By Robo1 3 days ago (20 responses)
Rootstock suckers in apples - First time growing Apples. One of the trees has suckers coming from its rootstock. Is there a way of removing them permanently? Mick ...
  By Slicko 3 days ago (0 responses)
help with small leaved tamarindhelp with small leaved tamarind - Hi Linton I used Yates Health Tonic, Trace Elements Chelates. Hope that helps...
  By purple fields 3 days ago (4 responses)
Low Chill Apples TreesLow Chill Apples Trees - Hey Wazza, Well done. I have been trying to grow apples here for the past year or two. Both the Anna and the Tropical Sweet are fruiting now. The Gala and Granny Smith are in their first season. The...
  By Slicko 3 days ago (6 responses)
Gall Wasp in Citrus FruitGall Wasp in Citrus Fruit - yes, once you prune cut the gall in half that exposes them to oxygen and they die....
  By MAGGIELASS 3 days ago (24 responses)
Lucky Temperate membersLucky Temperate members - Hi loewenzahn, you could also grow some edible varieties of hawthorns in your area if you don't already have them. The fruits are a bit bigger than saskatoons and my grafted trees are now fruiting in ...
  By Linton 3 days ago (13 responses)
Pandanus amaryllifoliusPandanus amaryllifolius - I have listed on Gumtree selling my surplus pandan plants in Sydney. Sorry, no posting. ...
  By Pandandoc 4 days ago (660 responses)
Eugenia candolleana after 18 monthsEugenia candolleana after 18 months - Most candolleana's had worms inside from fruitfly i guess. I even grew them in netbags. And the ones i could eat were not very sweet, a real cherry is much better. I hope they improve soon, i do...
  By Bangkok 4 days ago (6 responses)
Longan fruitedLongan fruited - My mother is demolishing her house.She has a 4 year old 2 metre tall longan tree currently in fruit. Does this tree have a chance to grow if I dig it up now in summer and replant it at my place?...
  By Michael D 4 days ago (21 responses)
DWARF MULBERRY - BLACKDWARF MULBERRY - BLACK - Yes the Dwarf Black Mulberry will grow and fruit in Victoria. I usually get two crops on it, the first one in early Spring and another in Summer. I'm also growing Hicks Fancy but the Dwarf Black is mu...
  By Linton 4 days ago (2 responses)
Brazil Cherry Seeds - Using a Ninja Juice Blender, I wish to include some whole Brazil Cherries (complete with seeds) in my morning fruit drink. I did include some this morning and am still alive. Does anybody know of a...
  By Bobgmay 4 days ago (0 responses)
fuerte graftfuerte graft - I nearly killed my grafted fuerte when I moved it from a pot to the ground. It looked a gonner, I left it in the soil for some reason and now a new shoot has grown from the base. Before I realised it ...
  By oceanearth 4 days ago (0 responses)
CarambolaCarambola - Thank You all for your advice and good tips on the carambola....
  By Gab 4 days ago (6 responses)
Passionfruit flowering but not fruitingPassionfruit flowering but not fruiting - Tony, have you considered hand pollination. Take one of the pollen loaded bits and rub it over the face of other bits.Try and do it when the flower is at its peak. Too early and the pollen will still ...
  By randey 4 days ago (3 responses)
rock wall - My house is cut into the side of a hill what would be the best plants to grow up or down the rock face to help keep it stable. I live just outside Bundaberg QLD. ...
  By ronnie v 5 days ago (0 responses)
cuttings die - have some kind of exotic fig (massive tree when fully grown) in a small pot, covered in a clear plastic bag for humidity. have been at it for months now. no matter what stage the cuttings get to (mult...
  By zrico 5 days ago (0 responses)
Lots a lemonsLots a lemons - My Lotsa Lemons is an excellent plant. It did great in the pot and now it is in the ground it's even happier. Citrus like a little fertiliser often - if you give it too much at once it might look pret...
  By Leanne 5 days ago (105 responses)
Grapes - I live in Evans Head NSW, do you stock grape varieties that would grow in this area??...
  By Iain 6 days ago (0 responses)
avocadoavocado - To give you an idea of the size of a mature Shepard avocado tree, I have attached a few pictures. Unfortunately the tree was cut down so I found some historical Google Earth pictures from 2002 when th...
  By brad16 6 days ago (2 responses)
Orchardista - Oh yeah!! ... and ain't it good!...
  By brad16 6 days ago (1 responses)
Low Chill Apple growers in brisbane - I just updated my thread on the topic - check it out here [Link] ...
  By wazzamcg 7 days ago (4 responses)
Pea Eggplant SeedsPea Eggplant Seeds - Sure, I have quite a lot of fruit on the plant right now....
  By phil@tyalgum 7 days ago (119 responses)
Passionfruit Grafted - This is a grafted black passionfruit. It had a small amount of fruit last year (small fruit but very full). It has gone wild, flowered heavily but no fruit formed. It has been fertilised and wate...
  By LynP 7 days ago (0 responses)
Tamrind looks 'sick'Tamrind looks 'sick' - Hi, There is one way to test if it is a tamarind tree. The young leaves of the tamarind is edible. We use it to make sour soup very similar to Tom Yum Goong the Thai sour soup. Try the young leaves an...
  By Susan3 7 days ago (1 responses)
BlushwoodBlushwood - Hi alL I checked into the Blushwood berry supposed to be for sale at Alli Baba, it appears to actually be Goji berry or Wolfberry, or Cranberry they are selling and calling it Blushwood, but its not F...
  By Serena444 7 days ago (37 responses)
Lilli Pilli Riberry - Plants reproduce sexually like other lifeforms (and some plants reproduce asexually).In some species the male and female parts are in the same flower, on the same plant. In others, the male and female...
  By jakfruit etiquette 8 days ago (2 responses)
Identifying Kiwi fruit sex - Thanks Markmelb will definitely try that.I know where two are growing and I 'think' the owner knows which sex is which. ...
  By SueBee 8 days ago (6 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Adam I brought a smooth Seville from my local nursery in Vic.It took them a while to get it in for me but they finally got it.Try and order one through a local nursery as they will want comeback busin...
  By SueBee 8 days ago (356 responses)
Fruit tree for shade & potFruit tree for shade & pot - A couple of suggestions for plants in pots in shade: The local nursery has Wampees fruiting in pots and I am growing the one pictured below mostly in shade, yet it is going gangbusters with flowers...
  By Linton 8 days ago (2 responses)
Improving acidic soil (clay under heavy mulch)Improving acidic soil (clay under heavy mulch) - How about foliar sprays, they can correct problems by applying nutrients directly to the plant, not via the roots....
  By jakfruit etiquette 8 days ago (3 responses)
Yam Bean (Jicama)Yam Bean (Jicama) - You can get seeds from green harvest online. ...
  By KimW 9 days ago (29 responses)
Sad lemon treeSad lemon tree - My lemon tree isn't well. All the green leaves fell off in one day but all the yellow leaves with spots of green are still at the top of the tree. There are also lots of lemon buds that keep appearing...
  By Rosebr 9 days ago (0 responses)
Peaches Still GreenPeaches Still Green - Thanks for your answer Waterfall. ...
  By Norbert 9 days ago (2 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - Put them in the fridge in some damp sterile media such as peat moss. I usually soak my seeds in a 10% bleach solution for a minute-ish to stave off the mould....
  By Joel15 9 days ago (247 responses)
Gahnia asperaGahnia aspera - Either G.aspera or G.seiberana as they are similar....
  By Mike Tr 9 days ago (1 responses)
Dragon Fruit Rot - Thank you for your reply. The base piece did have mulch up around it for a while before we realised it was rotting. We live in Gladstone which gets a very hot sun for most of the year but the collar r...
  By ljmacnamra 9 days ago (2 responses)
About fruit tree - Can u get by from having one tree...
  By Blueberry ash 9 days ago (0 responses)
Achacha dying - Broadie, this may seem to be a different approach but when in the past i have had similar shrubs going &quote;stick&quote; on me i have taken the plant out of the pot and washed the roots of all dirt ...
  By randey 10 days ago (1 responses)
Mango tree not fruitingMango tree not fruiting - Bourne, suggest that you spray with Mancozeb at actual fruit set. That is when the fruit has stopped self pruning so to speak. Also a good idea to spray again when fruit is well along to maturity. Aga...
  By randey 10 days ago (354 responses)
fruit trrees - looking for small plumb trees...
  By jmk 10 days ago (0 responses)

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Id Jaboticaba varietyId Jaboticaba variety - Hi all, Had seeds marked but a crow stole the labels out of the pots, just to piss me off. They are either Myrciaria cauliflora Ponhema or Myrciaria phitrantha - Costada. Can anyone id them at th...
  By Carl76 29 days ago (0 responses)
New fruit tree - Hi everyone ive recently moved to the barossa valley and lost a few trees over winter to frost as i didnt get much or any in adelaide. Looking to replace some trees. Im after something different that ...
  By vlct 27 days ago (0 responses)
Licorice plant Glycyrrhiza glabra - Do you sell this Licorice plant, Glycyrrhiza glabra and is it possible to grow in Brisbane?...
  By pietro 26 days ago (0 responses)
citrus tree - found a citrus (Naval ORange, Myer Lemon, Ruby Red Grapefruit) on curb) Leaves are wilting when I water it revives but the next day it does the same thing. Not sure if its root rot or something else. ...
  By daprofessor2000 24 days ago (0 responses)
Chestnut for subtropics - Can anyone advise a variety of chestnut suitable for the Central Tablelands of NSW? Summer temps mid to high 30s. Also would like the nuts to be free falling. Any recommendations/advice?...
  By Alan12 19 days ago (0 responses)
napolea cactus - are prickly pear cactus and napolea the same ...
  By Nada 18 days ago (0 responses)
Jackfruit little jewel - How big does the jackfruit little jewel grow to...
  By Blueberry ash 15 days ago (0 responses)
Dwarf Lime TreesDwarf Lime Trees - Hello, I have two Dwarf Lime Trees probably close to ten years old. They look pretty healthy. They have lots of flowers which turn into fruit however they all fall off before reaching maturity. the bi...
  By Tony29 13 days ago (0 responses)
Cincturing or girdling - Does anyone know the best time to cincture on deciduous fruit trees such as stone fruits / on evergreens such as mango , loquat. ...
  By Sawyer 11 days ago (0 responses)
Mango Fungal Infection Mango Fungal Infection - Hi all, I have around 10 young mango plants and all of a sudden several of them have developed a fungal infection which has caused them to drop leaves and killed 2 plants. I have been applying Liquid...
  By Scott 10 11 days ago (0 responses)
need help with lime tree - Hello, I broke off a large branch of my mature lime tree (the tree is 2.5 m high) - and now a couple of months later other branches start to get all brown and dry up. what can I do? It's not a waterin...
  By ka 11 days ago (0 responses)
fruit trrees - looking for small plumb trees...
  By jmk 10 days ago (0 responses)
About fruit tree - Can u get by from having one tree...
  By Blueberry ash 9 days ago (0 responses)
Sad lemon treeSad lemon tree - My lemon tree isn't well. All the green leaves fell off in one day but all the yellow leaves with spots of green are still at the top of the tree. There are also lots of lemon buds that keep appearing...
  By Rosebr 9 days ago (0 responses)
Passionfruit Grafted - This is a grafted black passionfruit. It had a small amount of fruit last year (small fruit but very full). It has gone wild, flowered heavily but no fruit formed. It has been fertilised and wate...
  By LynP 7 days ago (0 responses)
Grapes - I live in Evans Head NSW, do you stock grape varieties that would grow in this area??...
  By Iain 6 days ago (0 responses)
cuttings die - have some kind of exotic fig (massive tree when fully grown) in a small pot, covered in a clear plastic bag for humidity. have been at it for months now. no matter what stage the cuttings get to (mult...
  By zrico 5 days ago (0 responses)
rock wall - My house is cut into the side of a hill what would be the best plants to grow up or down the rock face to help keep it stable. I live just outside Bundaberg QLD. ...
  By ronnie v 5 days ago (0 responses)
fuerte graftfuerte graft - I nearly killed my grafted fuerte when I moved it from a pot to the ground. It looked a gonner, I left it in the soil for some reason and now a new shoot has grown from the base. Before I realised it ...
  By oceanearth 4 days ago (0 responses)
Brazil Cherry Seeds - Using a Ninja Juice Blender, I wish to include some whole Brazil Cherries (complete with seeds) in my morning fruit drink. I did include some this morning and am still alive. Does anybody know of a...
  By Bobgmay 4 days ago (0 responses)
Rootstock suckers in apples - First time growing Apples. One of the trees has suckers coming from its rootstock. Is there a way of removing them permanently? Mick ...
  By Slicko 3 days ago (0 responses)
Chilling - Which would require more chill - a low chill twin grafted cherry, or a paper shell almond....
  By MPX 2 days ago (0 responses)
Lychee fruit - Hi All, The other day, when checking on my Lychee tree, I noticed some of the green fruit had small brown holes in them. When opened, there was nothing inside. Flesh and pip gone! On opening se...
  By MarkF 2 days ago (0 responses)
Is this disease? - Hi, I'm a rank amateur with growing grapes -- just have the one vine in the back yard. We have enjoyed the muscat red table grapes for several years. The last couple of seasons they have had a fairly ...
  By sgadsby 18 hours ago (0 responses)
Lychee - Hi All, I had a bumper crop of fruit and just noticed fruit on the ground with a hole in it with a large grub inside. On checking the fruit left non the tree, over half have saw dust holes in t...
  By MarkF 4 hours ago (0 responses)

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Growing avocado in MelbourneGrowing avocado in Melbourne - Here are some pics Wheels of how well the Hoverflies have done their work this year and the cooler temps have also helped. Im interested to see how many drop or hang on to full size in 10 months time...
  By Markmelb 3 days ago (337 responses)
Pandanus amaryllifoliusPandanus amaryllifolius - I have listed on Gumtree selling my surplus pandan plants in Sydney. Sorry, no posting. ...
  By Pandandoc 4 days ago (660 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Adam I brought a smooth Seville from my local nursery in Vic.It took them a while to get it in for me but they finally got it.Try and order one through a local nursery as they will want comeback busin...
  By SueBee 8 days ago (356 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - Put them in the fridge in some damp sterile media such as peat moss. I usually soak my seeds in a 10% bleach solution for a minute-ish to stave off the mould....
  By Joel15 9 days ago (247 responses)
Mango tree not fruitingMango tree not fruiting - Bourne, suggest that you spray with Mancozeb at actual fruit set. That is when the fruit has stopped self pruning so to speak. Also a good idea to spray again when fruit is well along to maturity. Aga...
  By randey 10 days ago (354 responses)
graviola tree or soursopgraviola tree or soursop - Hi Sonia, You can order a tree from a nursery, but did you know that Graviola capsules are made from the sour sop fruit. It would be much better than just eating the fruit because you would have to ea...
  By Bino 14 days ago (355 responses)
Mango Tree DiseaseMango Tree Disease - Hi i have an irwin dwarf mango which i planted outside in a spot where it get sun during the day and shade of an afternoon all of a sudden the new leaves started drooping and they have got a not spott...
  By PaulaM 15 days ago (423 responses)
Paw PawPaw Paw - Hi everyone, i grew my papaya from seeds leftover when I ate the fruits just becore winter. The plant is about 1metre tall but the leaves have all shrivelled and only a few stems left. The rest broke ...
  By Auhcj 16 days ago (220 responses)
jujubesjujubes - I see them all the time for sale, they are called putsaa in Thailand. They are green/brown now but i've also seen other colors. Are they legal to receive seeds from?...
  By Bangkok 17 days ago (163 responses)
CoffeeCoffee - Hi Le, yes I think Coffee would make a great pruned hedge in a shady spot. If you are in a warm subtropical area they are moderate growers. To get a good hedge it should take about 2-3years ...
  By Greg 28 days ago (263 responses)
BananaBanana - Hi everyone, love this forum.. just like to add that we grow a rather generous clump of fruiting bananas down in Batemans Bay..think they are lady finger.. sweet & tender flesh. harvested a big bunch ...
  By cooltropics 31 days ago (441 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - Hi Ben, Yes i know exactly what your saying with people stating they cab supply from over sea. Ive actually located both plants the Vietnamese and the PNG betel plant. The Vietnamese betel grows v...
  By 19david70 41 days ago (263 responses)
custard applescustard apples - Fruit, flower and leaf look like African Pride but realistically it could be any number of varieties or unnamed seedlings....
  By allybanana 48 days ago (254 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - Does anyone know if the purple haze is self fertile , it's states on dailys it's but than below claims you need two.? Cheers...
  By vlct 60 days ago (431 responses)
Problems with White Sapotes *Pics included*Problems with White Sapotes *Pics included* - organic fertz includes chicken poo and blood n bone. No real solution for possums. Get to the fruit before they do! The only sapotes of mine that have died have been ones that have been netted and ...
  By J 66 days ago (514 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - Thank you all for sharing your growing experience. I can now tell the difference from male and female flower from all the wonderful pictures here. I have 4 plants over three years old. So far, only th...
  By John Smith 67 days ago (156 responses)
Wolf BerriesWolf Berries - It seems highly likely to me that Goji WILL become an environmental weed in future, given the large number of people all over Australia who are now growing it. All it will take is one irresponsible pe...
  By IanM 91 days ago (184 responses)
pouteria lucumapouteria lucuma - I planted a clifford variety right next to a big gum in the backyard 5 years ago. the clifford is 8 foot tall now and slowly enveloping the gum. it set fruit heavily two years ago and I just recently ...
  By J 93 days ago (380 responses)
passionfruit problempassionfruit problem - Bev,when you reply to an old post, check the date. Brad hasn't posted here for years - that post is from 2010!...
  By Julie 105 days ago (136 responses)
Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/NewcastleTropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle - I've just planted (in a pot on a deck) a small dragon fruit bought from a man at Cabramatta who grows dozens ij large tubs. Will report on its progress. ...
  By Phil10 107 days ago (149 responses)
Guava tees in melbourneGuava tees in melbourne - Put a tape round the trunk n apply some bearing grease so the caterpillars don't climb ...
  By Benji 115 days ago (301 responses)
Chiku / SapodillaChiku / Sapodilla - want sapodilla fruit in few years and bear fruit we have to graft the tree. first of all we have to have a very good mother tree than we can get the seed for propogate ,get young tree graft whit mo...
  By huan 125 days ago (221 responses)
gardening in Perth sandsgardening in Perth sands - Hmmm… agree totally that the way to go is to select native plants to reduce water use - but some of your facts are not correct, Perth Gardening? I have used kaolin clay products for many years in my g...
  By Joy Ross 128 days ago (311 responses)
duriun trees: have you seen anyduriun trees: have you seen any - Belinda Chen said that Appearance-wise, they may be a little difficult to tell apart if you're not familiar with either. However, durian has a much more thorny appearance than the jackfruit and looks ...
  By Journey1491 158 days ago (204 responses)
Fig ( blue provenceFig ( blue provence - I am after rare and hard to find fig tree verieties, happy to pay, cost is not an issue. If someone has any available please let me know...
  By Me&u 169 days ago (133 responses)
Veggie gardenVeggie garden - People I visited some time ago made their whole veggie garden of slabs on edge. I can't remember how they were held together - maybe with wire? They were dug part way into the ground and were a good d...
  By Julie 172 days ago (513 responses)
bee hivesbee hives - Fulham gardens. Thanks anyway mate. Il check the gummy add...
  By ben from adelaide 193 days ago (202 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 261 days ago (306 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 270 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 279 days ago (501 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 290 days ago (623 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 309 days ago (155 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 315 days ago (287 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 354 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 361 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 361 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 374 days ago (392 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 382 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 34 389 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 395 days ago (152 responses)
Curry Leaf Tree in MelbourneCurry Leaf Tree in Melbourne - Did you know you prune curry leaf back alot and will regrow before summer...
  By Markmelb 407 days ago (263 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - Is the Blueberry Burst good in flavour? Better than the Misty & Sharpe. Planning to get my first blueberry plants. ...
  By Sheryl 483 days ago (519 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 510 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 527 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 533 days ago (772 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 624 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 630 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 638 days ago (141 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 948 days ago (212 responses)

fruit tree picturesDon't forget to upload a picture of the fruit tree you are discussing.
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