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mulberry varieties - Gday Al, I might be able to get to South Perth this weekend.Can you send me the directions please.How do you recommend sending cuttings?I have some sphagnum moss that I could glad wrap to the cut ends...
  By bill g 4 hours ago (4 responses)
Problems with my grapesProblems with my grapes - Some more pictures...
  By Franca 6 hours ago (1 responses)
Milk Kefir GrainsMilk Kefir Grains - Hi LB; I probably won't have any for a while but will post here when I do....
  By MaryT1 9 hours ago (127 responses)
Dwarf fruit trees suitable for Brisbane - Dwarf apple anna works well in brisbane. If adventurous, you can also try gala and sundowner and pink lady. Not too sure about nectarines and peach, but i have read there are low chill varieties ...
  By Brain 9 hours ago (1 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 11 hours ago (0 responses)
Kusaie lime / rangpur lime - Apologies to those people who have emailed me. I've got some fruit in the fridge and will get more on the weekend, but they are fiddly little seeds and fairly seedless to boot, so I haven't got arou...
  By BenW 14 hours ago (9 responses)
Curry tree - These grow very well in a pot. They can still escape via fruit, but this is much easier to keep under control. Mine is going very well in nearly full shade in a pot, so it's quite a useful plant for ...
  By Diana 22 hours ago (3 responses)
Calliandra haematocephalaCalliandra haematocephala - Calliandras are a pest in my neighbourhood and I am always ripping out red and pink seedlings from the biological pollution fest in my neighbours yard.The seeds must last 10 years in the soil....
  By Mike Tr 23 hours ago (5 responses)
Prunus Mume - Jason here's an interesting conversation about forcing trees into dormancy [Link]...
  By MaryT1 23 hours ago (11 responses)
As far as the eye can see!As far as the eye can see! - If anyone would like to grow the old fashioned jam/pie melon I have some seed to share this year... it'd be good to keep these old standbys going as they are becoming hard to find. ...
  By phil@tyalgum 2 days ago (23 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - Hi Saliva Kumar. I am interested to export your Betel Leaf, pls advise which part of Malaysia are your farm located. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Cheers! Tony Pang Cell 6010 ...
  By Tony Pang 2 days ago (127 responses)
Blueberry burst Blueberry burst - They were selling punnets of the fruit alongside the plants at Nambour a few weeks back. Quite good. Much larger than others I've seen in punnets. Not quite dollar coin size though. Mine has only spe...
  By The poster formerly known as... 2 days ago (42 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 2 days ago (0 responses)
Angel Peach Tree - Heavenly SweetAngel Peach Tree - Heavenly Sweet - I had one of these but it finally died. It has EXTREME problems with leaf curl. Way worse than any other peach. Pity because it's as very nice fruit, just not worth the effort here though....
  By Jason 3 days ago (80 responses)
Sand cherry for trade/saleSand cherry for trade/sale - I will notify you when I have some, but I'll tell you in advance it will be cash before postage after having been grifted once too often as of late....
  By sternus1 3 days ago (7 responses)
toolangi delight potatoestoolangi delight potatoes - I am very happy that this year I have succeeded in getting some Toolangi delight potatoes from Diggers in July (they can send potatoes to Queensland, I thought they couldn't in the past, but it might...
  By Diana 3 days ago (13 responses)
keep mice and rats off fruitskeep mice and rats off fruits - Yep, I have no problem poisoning rodents (or ex's) . May i make a plea that you don't use "one bite kills" poisons as there is sufficient residual poison in the rat to also poison owls etc. If yo...
  By srt 3 days ago (17 responses)
can i grow mango in South Australia - Mangoes can grow in Melbourne which is a lot further south than Adelaide and also avocados as well, get the grafted ones don't try and grow from the seed....
  By Gramps 4 days ago (17 responses)
Vines - Looking for America black vine ...
  By Manny 4 days ago (0 responses)
AsiminaAsimina - That does seem pretty reasonable. Seedlings, I assume, not grafted ones? Not that it really matters... That doesn't sound postable, and a 900km trip is pushing it :)...
  By BenW 4 days ago (26 responses)
Subtropical hugelculture & permaculture garden clip - Interesting idea Diana. I just saw free pallets online and told a friend. Probably gone now. Wondering how long the cardboard would last? I was thinking of drilling holes in the sides right at the ...
  By Julie 5 days ago (10 responses)
Rain rainRain rain - Was wonderering what that was!...
  By symiot 5 days ago (14 responses)
Avocado tree - fresh horse manure - Thanks all for your helpful advice. I have pulled the manure away and given plenty of water and diluted seaweed today with a trip to the hardware tomorrow for gypsum and zinc sulphate. Yes Jason our 2...
  By Ross 5 days ago (5 responses)
Horse chestnut tree - Thank you for this. I found some on ebay so will plant and care for and see how they go. Apparently origionally from Greece. Much appreciated, esp the nursery link! Lisa...
  By Lisa brisbane 6 days ago (2 responses)
Lotus seed, - Canley Vale Nursery is a small family run business; the owners are friendly and obliging so I'm sure that if you call them they'll help you. 02 9723 2688. I'd help you but I live too far away and ...
  By MaryT1 6 days ago (15 responses)
Anthracnose treatment in simple tern - Hi mark, thanks for the links. I could not watch it on ipad tho because it requires flash...
  By Thithi 6 days ago (6 responses)
yellow coffee fruits yellow coffee fruits - This comes up for sale on ebay quite often....
  By sternus1 6 days ago (2 responses)
Deciduous trees not losing leaves - I wonder if this link will help. www.kuffelcreek.com/tropics.htm...
  By denise1 6 days ago (8 responses)
Rangpur lime?Rangpur lime? - They'll take. I put mine in a pot then into a clear plastic bag/zip lock bag then ignore them until they root. As long as you see that they're breathing (bag fogging up) all's good. I have some ...
  By MaryT1 7 days ago (39 responses)
shahtoot mulberryshahtoot mulberry - Do you have any male mulberry trees for sale...
  By Rafael aguilera 7 days ago (2 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 7 days ago (0 responses)
2 trees in one hole?2 trees in one hole? - Hay Guys I have a tight corner spot, a raised bed 85cm x 85cm, on corner blocked by the colour bound garage wall. Being on corner of garden bed left side is limited too . ( see attached pic) will it...
  By sandy31 7 days ago (39 responses)
Which fig variety is best in these three?Which fig variety is best in these three? - KFG... I would also love to have a couple of cuttings of the Evmeneia... Will pay for costs etc. to Brisbane...
  By Mike 7 days ago (58 responses)
female golden kiwi with male green kiwi? - Christian de Kezel told me the pollen is viable of course but I seem to recall that chinensis type Hongyang is very early, there might not be overlap depending on the climate and what deliciosa male y...
  By Tommoz 8 days ago (3 responses)
We went sub zero last night, anyone else?. - I'd hibernate too, Jason, if it's below zero. :) ...
  By MaryT1 8 days ago (4 responses)
grapefruit - Best with one of the reds. ...
  By Chris 8 days ago (3 responses)
Seeking dwarf carambola / star fruit - Thank you Sternusl and Tommoz for advice. My Giant Siam is only small at the moment. When it bigger I can try some grafting onto my seedling tree. I have another tree only producing very small frui...
  By Kam 8 days ago (9 responses)
Deficiency symptoms in corn diagramDeficiency symptoms in corn diagram - Thanks Diana, that's a useful chart....
  By Julie 8 days ago (1 responses)
Dragon fruit trellis crown stress test updateDragon fruit trellis crown stress test update - The line used is stainless and rated for 300kg. However, the way it disperses weight based on tension raises its load bearing capacity considerably. There's nothing in it that is vulnerable to the el...
  By sternus1 8 days ago (4 responses)
vegie and fruit seed extinctionvegie and fruit seed extinction - Jakfruit- if you look at the caption at the bottom it says the source of data for the bottom panel is seedbanks. Presumably there are more varieties in seedbanks than for sale. I haven't counted up t...
  By Diana 8 days ago (2 responses)
is true comfrey safe to plant near forest...... - Hi Nullani, love to help you with your comfrey needs - have been growing Bocking 14 for five years on my island farm and just started selling plants and comfrey oils/creams at Berwick Farmers Market o...
  By French Island comfrey 8 days ago (2 responses)
Passionfruit in Yarra Valley - Can anyone suggest a passionfruit variety that will suit the climate in Yarra Valley, Victoria?...
  By Sally 8 days ago (0 responses)
Davidson Plum - Also consider that of the three kinds of Davidsonia, the NSW species is often a shorter multi trunked tree and the NQLD species is often a tall tree. The rare smooth Davidsonia is often a tall sucker...
  By jakfruit etiquette 8 days ago (2 responses)
Splitting graft on dwarf red shatoot - Post a photo? My mulberries get splits in their bark, doesn't seem to do them any harm....
  By BenW 8 days ago (1 responses)
Sloe berriesSloe berries - Would love to have some sloe berries if you have any. Vickijarrett2@gmail.com. Many thanks. Vicki...
  By Wick 8 days ago (33 responses)
Oca in Sydney?Oca in Sydney? - I surprised oca don't do well for you in Melbourne Linton. 50km away with a bit of elevation I get buckets of them - one of the most productive things I grow. Currently only red ones but will see ...
  By BenW 9 days ago (19 responses)
Pencil Cedar - See attached photos, I have a terraced garden and I have been told that it would be suitable to plant a pencil cedar in one of the tiered terraces. The terrace has a soil depth of about 1 meter and a...
  By AnitaM 9 days ago (0 responses)
Walnuts - heat tolerance - Hi - I am wanting to plant few walnut trees in Parkes in central west NSW - we can get several days over 40 degrees in summer and I have had difficulty establishing other trees in the past - any sugge...
  By PeterFromParkes 9 days ago (0 responses)
Plum MultigraftPlum Multigraft - My experience from growing a Santa Rosa plum in a horizontal espalier like that, is that it can be done, but the tree doesn't really want to be that horizontal. When we had enough chill there were pl...
  By Don C 9 days ago (2 responses)
dwarf citrus trees suitable for temperate climate - Here's a thread on this forum you may find useful and a website of a member who's in Wollongong may help you: [Link]...
  By MaryT1 9 days ago (1 responses)
Panama Berry - Bunnings sell them in Brisbane. Might be worth checking them out in WA. There's a great tropical fruit tree store on gumtree that deals exclusively to WA customers. [Link]...
  By sternus1 9 days ago (2 responses)
Seeking buffalo currant - I will be germinating some ribes aureum seeds so I'll see what develops. I was wrong about the chill, they are high I believe....
  By Tommoz 10 days ago (14 responses)
Budding StatusBudding Status - Withhold water when leafy growth is removed. If there are no leaves then there is less water needed as transpiration and evaporation through leaves is low. Back off on the water from time of grafting ...
  By gimme 10 days ago (2 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 10 days ago (0 responses)
rocoto chillis - Hi bychillithatshot I hope you've found rocoto chillies seeds in the UK; if not I can send you some from Australia if it's allowed. Not sure if many people from the UK read our forum....
  By MaryT1 10 days ago (1 responses)

Not Yet Answered - Can you help?

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 34 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 32 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 26 days ago (0 responses)
Schizandra - Did anyone had luck here growing Schizandra from seed? What did you do?...
  By Upper mountains 24 days ago (0 responses)
Fruit tree Grafter - Anyone know a cluey fruit tree grafter in Sydney....
  By Tommoz 12 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 10 days ago (0 responses)
Walnuts - heat tolerance - Hi - I am wanting to plant few walnut trees in Parkes in central west NSW - we can get several days over 40 degrees in summer and I have had difficulty establishing other trees in the past - any sugge...
  By PeterFromParkes 9 days ago (0 responses)
Pencil Cedar - See attached photos, I have a terraced garden and I have been told that it would be suitable to plant a pencil cedar in one of the tiered terraces. The terrace has a soil depth of about 1 meter and a...
  By AnitaM 9 days ago (0 responses)
Passionfruit in Yarra Valley - Can anyone suggest a passionfruit variety that will suit the climate in Yarra Valley, Victoria?...
  By Sally 8 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 7 days ago (0 responses)
Vines - Looking for America black vine ...
  By Manny 4 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 2 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 11 hours 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 48 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 177 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 18 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 62 days ago (127 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - I always grow some basil and a few flower species in pots. than I move them around my flowering blueberry plants. There's always a bee on my blueberry flowers.. ...
  By vlct 15 days ago (127 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - Hi all, We have a beautiful, healthy dragonfruit that flowers regularly but is obviously not a self-pollinating one(we think it is the yellow variety). We have planted a cutting from a non-related pla...
  By Wendy K 137 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 145 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 285 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 161 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 703 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 132 days ago (127 responses)
BabacoBabaco - Hi Does anyone in Perth have a any babaco trees they may like to sell? Cheers...
  By Gus 420 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 140 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 74 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 16 days ago (127 responses)
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in MelbourneTropical fruit trees successfuly grown in Melbourne - Part of the problem is that AQIS is so bloody minded . They charge in the vicinity of 30k dollars to take something through the quarantine procedure . Stories abound of them not looking after plants i...
  By Terrence 42 days ago (127 responses)
I have a cherry treeI have a cherry tree - HI SANDY, Could You Tell Me Where I Could Get A Bananna Passion Fruit Vine.I Would LikeTo Get One &Was Wondering If They Would Grow Here In PA Where I Live.My E-mail is djesse57@yahoo.com...
  By JESSDEAN 503 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 252 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 318 days ago (127 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - Hi Saliva Kumar. I am interested to export your Betel Leaf, pls advise which part of Malaysia are your farm located. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Cheers! Tony Pang Cell 6010 ...
  By Tony Pang 2 days ago (127 responses)
duriun trees: have you seen anyduriun trees: have you seen any - Personally I think there's a major difference in the smell between Jackfruit and Durian.. Jackfruit has sweet scent compare to Durian.. I love both fruits but yes durian does have that distinctive od...
  By Canh 38 days ago (127 responses)
custard applescustard apples - No clue what it is but you can be sure it makes a small mobile seed of some kind if its ended up in your pot...
  By Jason 536 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 584 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 78 days ago (127 responses)
rasberry bushesrasberry bushes - understood and sent....
  By peter 1000 332 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 60 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 179 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 94 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 86 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 786 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 26 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 64 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 119 days ago (127 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Thanks Julie. will do....
  By Kerry 91 days ago (127 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - Yrt, I have 2 different grafted varieties growing next to each other but no hand pollination was done at all. Heddysue, thanks. The fruit I tried last year tasted like a mix of Mango, Passionfuit, ...
  By J 189 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 198 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 222 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 221 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 338 days ago (127 responses)
BananaBanana - Thank you for your help Charlie I will put a bag over it and let the bananas ripen. Juergen...
  By Juergen 80 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 18 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 551 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 16 days ago (127 responses)
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  By MJ 818 days ago (127 responses)
GarlicGarlic - Coles are selling Aussie garlic for planting (and eating) at the moment :-)...
  By Brendan 92 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 74 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 237 days ago (127 responses)
Oca, NZ yams, OkaOca, NZ yams, Oka - Came across these on ebay. 'bought 20 bucks delivered. [Link]...
  By starling 348 days ago (127 responses)
graviola tree or soursopgraviola tree or soursop - That's encouraging David. You are only 800k north of here....
  By JohnMc1 23 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 290 days ago (127 responses)

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