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Mouldy compost - Without a photo, I presume you mean the compost is dry? If it has lost all moisture, I would take it back. If there is some mould, personally it wouldn't bother me and mushroom compost for example ...
  By symiot 11 mins ago (1 responses)
coconut palms in NSW?coconut palms in NSW? - Alex S. I just saw that palm growing in Goodna, read the article and am amazed and am amazed. I always thought there was no hope for growing down in northern rivers, but it has been rekindled. Is ...
  By jerry 3 hours ago (38 responses)
Lemon Tree - The classic Sicilian way is to slice thinly with sliced fennel (bulb) or just add salt and pepper (maybe with a dressing) and eat. You eat it rind, pith and all....
  By MaryT1 3 hours ago (7 responses)
Etrog citronEtrog citron - Julie the kosher ones are used for Jewish religious ceremonies. They are a type of citron so thick but fragrant skin. Good for glacť peels and marmalade only; little flesh and juice. Mine is grafte...
  By MaryT1 3 hours ago (5 responses)
Cuttings/ seeds/ seedlings SwapCuttings/ seeds/ seedlings Swap - Hi Ben the advantage of Dorrigo Pepper, I'm assuming because of where it comes from, is it should be more heat tolerant. The Tasmanian one I tried before did not do well here over summer. Now a...
  By Linton 7 hours ago (127 responses)
Milk Kefir GrainsMilk Kefir Grains - Hi Kate, I can probably spare a tablespoon if you leave your email address here and are prepared to send me a stamped self addressed envelope when I email you my address. Now that I have exhausted my...
  By MaryT1 7 hours ago (127 responses)
List for SYD-CAN growers wanting advanced asimina 2m - I'll take a couple. I can pick up from Dural no probs....
  By JohnMc1 8 hours ago (1 responses)
Black Brazilian CherryBlack Brazilian Cherry - I found a research paper on eugenia uniflora genetics and the black trait in seedlings of cross pollinated "zills black" suggested that zills black is heterozygous at a single locus for a dominant b...
  By echinopora 11 hours ago (79 responses)
Budding avocado tree + possums = disaster! - More info please allybanana. Me not understand....
  By Julie W 21 hours ago (6 responses)
Kwan mango flowering non-stopKwan mango flowering non-stop - Will do. Those samples are on route, FYI. Spectrum Analysis should be complete by next week also, so we'll know exactly what we're dealing with. I've always wanted to say that. s...
  By sternus1 1 days ago (10 responses)
SpicesSpices - Wasabi stems are sold by weight where they are being supplied for culinary use. In Tassie they were around 30 cents per gram and the smaller stems that I chose weighed about 40 - 50 grams....
  By Linton 1 days ago (23 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - Not many people are growing Asiminas yet as they have been so hard to come by so few people can probably answer your question with any authority. Their natural habitat is along soggy river beds and...
  By Linton 1 days ago (127 responses)
Chocolate Pudding Tree losing leaves - They are grafted onto their own rootstocks. If you want to keep the original cv you paid for, remove all shoots below the graft. If you want a lucky dip, leave one growing shoot on below the graft, bu...
  By JohnMc1 1 days ago (7 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - Just wondering if anyone can give me feedback on orange dragonfruit? How does the taste of the fruit rate? The spiky yellows are the best i have tasted so far. BTW i am trying a little bi-carb soda on...
  By Grant 1 days ago (127 responses)
Fig Tree Roots - Toxic chemical not guaranteed and usually not recommended in case of roots under the house. You definitely need to remove it from the base or in case of a huge tree whose roots spread wide under the t...
  By DarrenSiemsen 2 days ago (29 responses)
Can tree prune itself ?Can tree prune itself ? - Thanks for your comments. Here is another image....
  By DarrenSiemsen 2 days ago (4 responses)
Perth GarlicPerth Garlic - Great to hear from you Julie! Hope your garlic turns out great. It's certainly a patience testing crop and you don't know how it will turn out till the very end. My home garden has had several att...
  By Goodz 2 days ago (2 responses)
Cutting tamarillos down to sizeCutting tamarillos down to size - Yes, I cut it where there were no leaves because I was going to remove it but it grew back before I could dig it out (it was in the ground) :)...
  By MaryT1 2 days ago (5 responses)
Oca in Sydney?Oca in Sydney? - Maybe you should eat one to see if they're any good :)...
  By MaryT1 2 days ago (21 responses)
Looking for a sterile Viola - I'm currently a caretaker on a large property and I've designed a guild to plant under a row of stone fruit trees being 80 x 3 meters. As the guild prerequisite is to look like an English garden, I...
  By cslorach 2 days ago (0 responses)
Pencil Cedar - How about Melaleuca nesophila "Narrow nŽssie. A lovely native about 3m high and 1m wide...
  By ibis 2 days ago (1 responses)
Finger LimeFinger Lime - Thanks ALL ...
  By Alex24 2 days ago (10 responses)
Bael Leaves for Pooja - Hi, I am looking for Bael Leaves for Pooja in Brisbane. Do anyone know where to find it. Just need few.thank you....
  By Sunny 2 days ago (0 responses)
I have a cherry treeI have a cherry tree - We had a Stella cherry tree that was 20 years old it produced fruit for the past 17 years then finally died last year I planted another Stella we live in country Victoria and get very hot summers som...
  By Frances 2 days ago (127 responses)
passionfruits tart flavour... - The hotter the climate, the sweeter the flavicarpa.S,K and Mg,as well as a micronutrient brew might help sweeten it a little. ...
  By Mike Tr 2 days ago (1 responses)
sofia cherimoyas - Hi Does any one know if Sophia is a early min or late maturer as very little is known about this cultivar. How does it compare with Forbbiden fruits variety, White and Fino? I have Sopia and Forbidden...
  By allybanana 2 days ago (13 responses)
Gardening AustraliaGardening Australia - People have busy lives; home seems to be the place they spend least waking hours in. Kids go to care after school as both parents work. Few people have time for gardening though GA's still going af...
  By MaryT1 3 days ago (67 responses)
TangeloTangelo - The tree may yet die, Brain; I lobbed most of the branches off initially as I was going to mulch the tree then I had a change of heart; I find it hard to kill a tree :) In any case I'd taken a coupl...
  By MaryT1 3 days ago (16 responses)
bringing seeds home - Have the icon printout with the labelled clip lock bag and only permitted packing material.Avoid flying in through Melbourne where a parallel universe interpretation of the quarantine act is observed....
  By Mike Tr 3 days ago (4 responses)
blackberries / raspberries - Can blackberries be legally planted in Queensland, and are you permitted to sell them since they are a Class3 declared pest? Would Daly's recommend blackberries and / or raspberries or apricots for M...
  By Rosella 3 days ago (0 responses)
BananaBanana - Anything to stop the Lorikeets and King Parrots from seeing them. The blue plastic banana bags stop them, even left open on the bottom they don't touch them, I'd say a garbage bag should work, nothi...
  By JohnMc1 3 days ago (127 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - Yeah sure Mary, when the Jujube's are ripe eh?...
  By JohnMc1 3 days ago (127 responses)
Propagation Propagation - No problem JohnMc1; they're on their way :) D'oh; lost sight of your address again! Please let me have your address again by email, thanks....
  By MaryT1 3 days ago (4 responses)
Bananas - For the second year now my Banana tree is dying off and the fruit is only about half size. Can I save it 'til the fruit is ready?...
  By ibis 3 days ago (0 responses)
Scion exchange - I am after named cultivars of asimina triloba (American Pawpaw), brazilian guava and feijoa (excluding Unique, Duffy, Mammoth). I have some good fig varieties, feijoa and stone fruit (Spring Satin ...
  By Tommoz 3 days ago (0 responses)
Rain,rain,rain - Yes, David; we've had good rain and it's still wet outside. The forecast is for more rain. Must take advantage of it :)...
  By MaryT1 3 days ago (59 responses)
macadamia - All of them would be fine. They are native to this climate zone....
  By Diana 3 days ago (1 responses)
Walnuts - heat tolerance - Apparently pecans might be more tolerant of heat, but they do need lots of water. ...
  By Diana 3 days ago (1 responses)
Star apple in seasonStar apple in season - Starapple is amongst the easiest things to germinate....
  By sternus1 3 days ago (11 responses)
Purple MangosteenPurple Mangosteen - They're $12 a bag of 10 or 12 at Padd'y's today...
  By TMary 4 days ago (31 responses)
hazelnuts in Queensland - It sounds like you need a couple more varieties for consistent pollination Mark :D Not that that has helped me any lol I have a few catkins out there this year so fingers crossed :) ...
  By BenW 4 days ago (5 responses)
Banana tree fungus?Banana tree fungus? - Hi Hoarla, there looks like there is more on the ground around the plant. Could it be fertiliser crystals?...
  By Blue 5 days ago (1 responses)
Gall Wasp in Citrus FruitGall Wasp in Citrus Fruit - Or you can save your money and snip off affected parts. Citrus gall wasps don't sting and are so tiny it's highly unlikely you will ever see them....
  By Boris Spasky 5 days ago (17 responses)
black sapote - Are any of the varieties of this plant more hardy to cooler climates?...
  By greymoon 5 days ago (0 responses)
Dekopon in Australia? - The x-ray machine must be broken, I've found 8 seeds in 10 kilo's of fruit so far....
  By JohnMc1 6 days ago (86 responses)
eugenia reinwardtianaeugenia reinwardtiana - Eugenia reinwardtianas - they grow well in Melbourne also which I have bought from various suppliers. This one from Daleys is putting out new growth right now in the middle of winter so it's not ...
  By Linton 6 days ago (7 responses)
Schizandra - to grow schizandra is no problem.How many pieces do you wish? nokal1@seznam.cz...
  By vrana 6 days ago (1 responses)
Passionfruit in Yarra Valley - The most cold hardy is the banana passionfruit. Even so, mine took a knock in the cold spell a week or so ago and is currently looking pretty average. It should bounce back though. A black passionfru...
  By BenW 7 days ago (3 responses)
Citrus trees for East Fremantle - I forgot about that Mary. My last large seedling went to an Iranian guy....
  By Julie W 7 days ago (5 responses)
Star Apple Philippines Gold - Hi Michael, Where did you bought the star apple phillipine gold? Thanks...
  By Thithi 8 days ago (2 responses)
sugar plumssugar plums - Your chances of getting sugar plums in Redlands is only a little better than an Egyptian mummy conceiving....
  By srt 8 days ago (16 responses)
Tree killing poisonTree killing poison - John, I was given a sample of the pine oil weed killer some time ago. It works best on broadleaf weeds and grasses, no good for bulbous plants like oxalis. Doubt if it would work on trees. ...
  By Julie W 8 days ago (108 responses)
Pawpaw - fertilisation - I have 2 Southern Red bisexual Pawpaw trees that are both fruiting nicely, fruit quality is good. I notice the seeds are smaller than shop pawpaws. Questions: 1. What happens if I plant the seed f...
  By davewastech 9 days ago (0 responses)
Heirloom seedsHeirloom seeds - yes, Mirco brothers cnr.Hester ave. and Waneroo rd. ...
  By radial50 9 days ago (16 responses)
Bael SeedBael Seed - thanks anyways...
  By pooja 10 days ago (44 responses)

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noni leaves - I am looking to purchase fresh or dried noni leaves from a grower in NSW preferably. I prefer fresh leaves. I would possibly order regularly once I find a reasonable deal. Many thanks, Jarnie...
  By Jarnie Jane 54 days ago (0 responses)
Bush foods Perth - Hi, I was wondering if any people from Perth are growing any native bush foods and having any success?...
  By 2 52 days ago (0 responses)
Feijoa Bloom sequence - Can someone who grows a few of these varieties confirm or correct this please. {Early} Unique Den's Choice, White Goose, Apollo, Nazematze, Mammoth, Golden Goose {Late} Triumph Not sure where ...
  By Tommoz 46 days ago (0 responses)
Fruit tree Grafter - Anyone know a cluey fruit tree grafter in Sydney....
  By Tommoz 32 days ago (0 responses)
Davidia involucrataDavidia involucrata - Davidia involucrata fruit! Since I gave away the big Dove tree I had, Iíve been looking for a grafted variety which are supposed to be better. Now I believe that the grafted Sonoma cultivar of D...
  By Linton 30 days ago (0 responses)
Hazelnut and Walnut - I live on the south side of Canberra (frosty winters, hot summers) with clay soils. Are hazelnuts and walnuts viable in this area? If I must dig out clay and replace with better soil, how deep? I h...
  By Winter 27 days ago (0 responses)
Vines - Looking for America black vine ...
  By Manny 24 days ago (0 responses)
space saving alternative to two trees in one hole!space saving alternative to two trees in one hole! - A cherry tree growing on a mulberry tree [Link] (ignore the grammatical and factual errors in the blurb though)...
  By Diana 23 days ago (0 responses)
Euphorbia hirta - asthma weed - Just wondering if anyone has any experience with the uses of this plant, if any. I received a pack of seeds as a bonus in another delivery and don't know much about it....
  By Anthony 21 days ago (0 responses)
michelia alba paklan - Can you please tell me if the michelia alba paklan would make a good screening tree along a fence next to a pool?...
  By Michelia alba paklan question 18 days ago (0 responses)
Walnuts - Good morning all, we are moving near to Bundaberg, can anyone tell us if we can grow walnuts in that area and what sort ; also what other nuts nuts are suited to the climate there ? thanks waddo...
  By Brett 15 days ago (0 responses)
Phylanthus max height - I would like to know what is the name of the Phyllanthus which looks like the multiflorus but grows much higher and is used as an hedge. The Multiflorus only grows to 0.75 m but I need some much highe...
  By Oli 15 days ago (0 responses)
Low chill pear - Hood [Very Early] 160-260 chill hours. Tree: Upright vigorous, spreading, more vigorous than Flordahome. Large oval ovate leaf, very small rounded serrations. Fruit: Large, round oval with dehisce...
  By Tommoz 10 days ago (0 responses)
Pawpaw - fertilisation - I have 2 Southern Red bisexual Pawpaw trees that are both fruiting nicely, fruit quality is good. I notice the seeds are smaller than shop pawpaws. Questions: 1. What happens if I plant the seed f...
  By davewastech 9 days ago (0 responses)
black sapote - Are any of the varieties of this plant more hardy to cooler climates?...
  By greymoon 5 days ago (0 responses)
Scion exchange - I am after named cultivars of asimina triloba (American Pawpaw), brazilian guava and feijoa (excluding Unique, Duffy, Mammoth). I have some good fig varieties, feijoa and stone fruit (Spring Satin ...
  By Tommoz 3 days ago (0 responses)
Bananas - For the second year now my Banana tree is dying off and the fruit is only about half size. Can I save it 'til the fruit is ready?...
  By ibis 3 days ago (0 responses)
blackberries / raspberries - Can blackberries be legally planted in Queensland, and are you permitted to sell them since they are a Class3 declared pest? Would Daly's recommend blackberries and / or raspberries or apricots for M...
  By Rosella 3 days ago (0 responses)
Bael Leaves for Pooja - Hi, I am looking for Bael Leaves for Pooja in Brisbane. Do anyone know where to find it. Just need few.thank you....
  By Sunny 2 days ago (0 responses)
Looking for a sterile Viola - I'm currently a caretaker on a large property and I've designed a guild to plant under a row of stone fruit trees being 80 x 3 meters. As the guild prerequisite is to look like an English garden, I...
  By cslorach 2 days ago (0 responses)

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Guava tees in melbourneGuava tees in melbourne - Pretty good, depends what you like in guava. They never go soft, and are meant to be eaten like apples. Apple guavas are a different cultivar but they are essentially the same in all respects, includ...
  By sternus1 68 days ago (127 responses)
Black Sapote not growingBlack Sapote not growing - I heard of a black sapote die after a fertilizer dump. It was fertilized heavy because the previous fertilizing caused some dieback which was misread as a call for more fertilizer needed rather than ...
  By denise1 197 days ago (127 responses)
Wolf BerriesWolf Berries - Hi. Has anyone had any experience with Goji Nero, Lycium ruthenicum murr. Black goji is supposedly another super healthy fruit from China. Not a lot of info on the net that I can find....
  By Anthony 39 days ago (127 responses)
Mango tree not fruitingMango tree not fruiting - My newly planted Palmer is budding flowers i think a bit early with new growth also due to our warm May (was a new record 21 days just over 20c) - if you remove they will regrow later - a trick employ...
  By Markmelb 82 days ago (127 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - I just bought my 1st BB plant from Bunnings a rabbiteye/Britewell I was going to pot with Tomato & veg growing mix does any one know if this will be ok. I have read about using Azalea mix but already ...
  By SMP 10 days ago (127 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - Just wondering if anyone can give me feedback on orange dragonfruit? How does the taste of the fruit rate? The spiky yellows are the best i have tasted so far. BTW i am trying a little bi-carb soda on...
  By Grant 1 days ago (127 responses)
PeppinoPeppino - Hello everyone. I have enjoyed reading all your posts about the Pepino. I live in Tasmania and have 3 plants in my garden. Ants seem to be my bigest problem. I have copied the sauce recipes from...
  By BrendaWylllie 165 days ago (127 responses)
Pinkabelle Apple TreePinkabelle Apple Tree - Don't kid yourself Granger, ff will have no problems turning your pink lady to crap. They prefer your neighbours tomatoes or stone fruit though....
  By Boris Spasky 306 days ago (127 responses)
LYCHEE TREELYCHEE TREE - I have just noticed my lychee tree has yellow leaves. Never seen that before. I live in Brisbane. janL Brisbane....
  By JanL Brisbane 181 days ago (127 responses)
Veggie gardenVeggie garden - So why give them more attention, sg? I'm sure we all ignore it for that reason....
  By MaryT 723 days ago (127 responses)
Fruit fly controlFruit fly control - Could this end up being a real control method??? An improved version of releasing sterilised males?[Link] C...
  By VF 152 days ago (127 responses)
BabacoBabaco - Sternus, mines about 15 foot tall with two trunks, loaded with fruit. It's an epic looking plant indeed. I would say its about 10 years old....
  By Jason 16 days ago (127 responses)
CoffeeCoffee - Hi Markmelb, You were completely right - too much sun. We discovered this accidentally when we moved the tree at Christmas to put up the Christmas tree in its place. The tree's new spot has less s...
  By nicole 161 days ago (127 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - Hi Guys, I have some spare Drumstick tree seeds that i can share. I am in Perth. email your address and i will post out. nickgiancola54@gmail.com Cheers...
  By nicg 94 days ago (127 responses)
ackee treeackee tree - in Darwin looking to buy an ackee tree or seed etc. have a breadfruit tree and plenty of plantain now need me ackee tree to complete my little ja garden. can anyone help, will pay for tree and postage...
  By laurabell 37 days ago (127 responses)
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in MelbourneTropical fruit trees successfuly grown in Melbourne - Hi Ben - Fingersops (Meiogyne)aka Darwin Apricots. I've never tasted them as my plants are only a couple of years old. I read that they have a typical annona flavour. I don't know how long th...
  By Linton 17 days ago (127 responses)
I have a cherry treeI have a cherry tree - We had a Stella cherry tree that was 20 years old it produced fruit for the past 17 years then finally died last year I planted another Stella we live in country Victoria and get very hot summers som...
  By Frances 2 days ago (127 responses)
Chiku / SapodillaChiku / Sapodilla - Thank you VF. Yes,I was surprised that none of the small fruits drop off in cold winter....
  By Miranda 273 days ago (127 responses)
Paw PawPaw Paw - I can imagine that wounding a plant could encourage it to fruit because it might have some kind of in-built "times are tough, I'm going to die soon, gotta quickly reproduce" thing. I had mulberr...
  By MJ 338 days ago (127 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - The Betel Leaf makes an attractive indoor plant for growing in a pot inside in Melbourne....
  By Linton 18 days ago (127 responses)
duriun trees: have you seen anyduriun trees: have you seen any - Agree its a Jack Fruit. Seeds are tasty if roasted (almost like Chestnuts). Durian are spiky fruits....
  By Mee 10 days ago (127 responses)
custard applescustard apples - Hi What is in my fruits from my African Pride tree? All the fruits are of good size and look nice but when cut open the wonly white flesh is between the seeds and on inside of fruit just under the ...
  By Kam 19 days ago (127 responses)
Ants Nests in Pot PlantsAnts Nests in Pot Plants - I get the black ants as well as the little red/brown ones in pots.I am near rainforest and get those species and a few others like the stony creek frog,orange thighed and ornate burrowing frog in spit...
  By Mike 605 days ago (127 responses)
Mango Tree DiseaseMango Tree Disease - Ive the same problem with my Mango tree here in Cowandilla ,Adelaide.It looks like salt burn,waterlogging issue.I did spray it with Kocide Blue for Anthracnose .Also sprayed it with Zinc sulphate and ...
  By A,C 98 days ago (127 responses)
rasberry bushesrasberry bushes - understood and sent....
  By peter 1000 352 days ago (127 responses)
Pandanus amaryllifoliusPandanus amaryllifolius - Hey guys, Like some of you, I'm looking for a couple of pups to plant - would anyone have any to sell reasonably please? Not sure if I'm looking for seeds, pretty sure the edible daun pandan doesn...
  By rae 81 days ago (127 responses)
Shipping Syndicate of Plants to Perth/WAShipping Syndicate of Plants to Perth/WA - If you are looking for Mangoes Tass1 has a very good selection right now, my brother brought 6 for me from Joe last week, Banana, Tommy Atkins,Sensation Palmer,Kiet,Nam Doc mai,all grafted and some dw...
  By mojo 199 days ago (127 responses)
Curry Leaf Tree in MelbourneCurry Leaf Tree in Melbourne - Be aware that curry leaves do drop all their leaves in colder weather. Mine used to be bare throughout winter though thanks to climate change it's keeping its leaves for most of the year but I am in...
  By MaryT 114 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 (w...
  By sternus1 106 days ago (127 responses)
mandarin treemandarin tree - Thanks Amanda, over-watering could be issue here, as this spot does not get sun at all in winter (may be this could be also issue).. My soil is heavy clay so I amended this spot before planting (in f...
  By Db 806 days ago (127 responses)
Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/NewcastleTropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle - I have planted a whole lot of rosel[Link] bush seedlings here in Thailand. The dried flowers are b...
  By capricorn45 47 days ago (127 responses)
PassionfruitPassionfruit - I have a passionfruit vine growing over the water tank in an 8" squat pot. It is connected to an automatic watering system so I don't have to remember to water every day. I'll take a pic of it in the ...
  By JohnMc1 85 days ago (127 responses)
pouteria lucumapouteria lucuma - Lucuma seeds can be gotten from South America where they are very common provided you can find someone to send them to you. I sometimes get them sent when I am ordering something from over there an...
  By Linton 140 days ago (127 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Thanks Julie. will do....
  By Kerry 111 days ago (127 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - Not many people are growing Asiminas yet as they have been so hard to come by so few people can probably answer your question with any authority. Their natural habitat is along soggy river beds and...
  By Linton 1 days ago (127 responses)
Growing avocado in MelbourneGrowing avocado in Melbourne - We live about 15km North of my garden, it was 36c here today. 23c at the bom station near the garden. Big difference in heat and that's fairly normal whenever the wind is not directly from the North....
  By Jason 219 days ago (127 responses)
Pruning PassionfruitPruning Passionfruit - Hi Brendan, I might try all three again, soil and both pots. At least I manage to get a good crop 1st year in the pots, even though most of the fruit were sour and did not ripen fully except the pa...
  By Peter1 243 days ago (127 responses)
bee hivesbee hives - I had a bit of browse on beekeeping sites today, and was tossing up getting a proper beebox but have since been deterred by the setup costs. I could probably keep myself in honey for the next ten year...
  By sternus1 241 days ago (127 responses)
gardening in Perth sandsgardening in Perth sands - I just moved to kalamunda a few years back, and boy do you appreciate the soil up here, the soils on the coastal plain are lifeless unless you put a lot of effort into improving them. The soil up here...
  By Trev 358 days ago (127 responses)
BananaBanana - Anything to stop the Lorikeets and King Parrots from seeing them. The blue plastic banana bags stop them, even left open on the bottom they don't touch them, I'd say a garbage bag should work, nothi...
  By JohnMc1 3 days ago (127 responses)
jujubesjujubes - Some are best eaten fresh, other cv's are best left to dry on the tree like a date, hence the name. The large round Li variety is similar to a small sweet apple, without the acid. When dried, the sug...
  By JohnMc1 38 days ago (127 responses)
Does anyone garden with blackwater?Does anyone garden with blackwater? - We used Steve at Go Green Plumbing when we had to rebuild our Biolytix. He is an experienced plumber who knows and installs blackwater (and greywater)systems. Don't use Ian from Denmark he overcharges...
  By Bonnie 571 days ago (127 responses)
JaboticabaJaboticaba - They (M.spirito santensis)fruit fast alright and have good fruit.The comon jaboticaba (M.jaboticaba var.sabara)takes longer.The first crack at flowering is often light before jabs go crazy....
  By Mike Tr 37 days ago (127 responses)
Fruit trees in Perth WAFruit trees in Perth WA - I'm heading out toward Bloomings tomorrow. If I get time I will pop in and have a look. Julie, we got a really good (well, old and a bit sad, but we fixed it!) steel compost tumbler from the verg...
  By MJ 839 days ago (127 responses)
GarlicGarlic - Coles are selling Aussie garlic for planting (and eating) at the moment :-)...
  By Brendan 112 days ago (127 responses)
acha cha fruit seedsacha cha fruit seeds - Mel, you live very close to me. I have spares of lot of things that you might want and will die unless taken. Some things will be free, some will incur a little charge. s...
  By sternus1 94 days ago (127 responses)
Problems with White Sapotes *Pics included*Problems with White Sapotes *Pics included* - Thanks for the advice, I didn't know that they were deciduous so it seems like there is nothing to worry about. They are not pot bound and I recently changed the potting mix. The leaves turned yel...
  By Linton 257 days ago (127 responses)
Oca, NZ yams, OkaOca, NZ yams, Oka - Came across these on ebay. 'bought 20 bucks delivered. [Link]...
  By starling 368 days ago (127 responses)
graviola tree or soursopgraviola tree or soursop - hello im interested about that fruit where i can find that?thank you very much...
  By rubi 13 days ago (127 responses)
Our beloved birds & other wildlifeOur beloved birds & other wildlife - Mike those python photos are amazing, what a magnificent, beautiful python but nature/life is cruel. ...
  By MaryT 310 days ago (127 responses)

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