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  By Now Fresh1 36 mins ago (0 responses)
Picking Avo's?Picking Avo's? - Hey Mark & Julie, Couldn't resist today, picked first Lamb Hass. We will see soon enough if i got it right. Base skin was starting to darken on the tree and losing its gloss. Pic with 2 avos, large my...
  By Grant 54 mins ago (17 responses)
Powdery Leaf Mildew - I found just switching the type of veggie to one that can handle humidity better puts an end to it, e.g. switch Jap pumpkin to QLD Blue, switch Zucchini to angled luffa etc....
  By Waterfall 5 hours ago (3 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - I have a Seville in a bag, grown from my seed four years ago, which has two fruit! I have had grafted trees (not citrus) which took that long!...
  By Julie 7 hours ago (298 responses)
Pitaya - just remove it , making sure every bit is taken away as it is an epiphyte it will still grow with no contact to the soil. ...
  By trikuslaptop1 11 hours ago (1 responses)
Wax jambu white - Thanks Bangkok. I also don't know how to pick a sweet jambu. They can be very sweet regardless of color and can be tasteless too. Perhaps I should ask more clearly. Does anyone grow red and white ...
  By Thithi 12 hours ago (2 responses)
Health Benefits of AndographisHealth Benefits of Andographis - So you think that by spamming this fruitforum you will make friends/customers for your shop? For me you are on the banlist. I really hate agressive/rude salespeople....
  By Bangkok 18 hours ago (1 responses)
Snowy Mespilus - Cyber pollution...
  By MIke T1 20 hours ago (1 responses)
Nopales FruitNopales Fruit - Cyber pollution ...
  By MIke T1 20 hours ago (0 responses)
Goraka FruitGoraka Fruit - It actually is not popular or common Australia and if you looked up its Latin name and linked to scientific papers more meaningful info would be provided....
  By MIke T1 21 hours ago (1 responses)
Rambutan Health BenefitsRambutan Health Benefits - That site is pretty lame and bereft of information like the opening passage above.What are you hawking?...
  By MIke T1 21 hours ago (1 responses)
Luc's Garcinia - Thanks guys for the feedback, seems to be quite an investment in time!...
  By Grant 22 hours ago (5 responses)
red paw paw - Yep, they like soil that is only slightly damp. Some are more tropical than others. The Broad leaf is the most tropical I have....
  By sternus1 24 hours ago (2 responses)
Lucky Temperate members - How would these go in Adelaide then Sternus? Would they have much of a chance fruiting?...
  By Peter91 1 days ago (5 responses)
bloodroot - I have been growing blood root for about 5 years initially from seed and last year through a sub-division of one of the corms. It is a long process to bring it on to the market, but I have done the sa...
  By Tony.Hosemans 1 days ago (3 responses)
Dekopon in Australia? - I would say the fruit I have had this year are a little high in acid then previous years. Either picked early or not 'cured' long enough. Their peak season has been in August....
  By Chris 1 days ago (88 responses)
Safou FruitSafou Fruit - If anyone has any Safou seeds or seedlings in Australia please email me at crbgn@yahoo.com.au Thanks guys...
  By A.C 1 days ago (2 responses)
Good gardenhose - I don't have experience with the Gardena warranty but i expect them to change the product without questions. I bought it in Holland and expect it can stand thai sun (i bet it can't for 25 years). B...
  By Bangkok 1 days ago (4 responses)
Bignay FruitBignay Fruit - Treats snakebites: Bignay is used as an antidote for snake venom. I never heard of that before, did anybody else? ...
  By Bangkok 1 days ago (3 responses)
Calamondin FruitCalamondin Fruit - Andrea that site you are linking to on all your posts is pretty lame and if you are marketing products this is not the spot.People who know or are interested in fruit will be very skeptical with that ...
  By MIke T1 1 days ago (1 responses)
Asam Gelugor FruitAsam Gelugor Fruit - Garcinia atroviridis is probably much like G.gutta gummi in effects and is used in the weight loss industry.Fresh fruit are used as a sour ingredient in dishes.So long as fresh fruit is used and never...
  By MIke T1 1 days ago (1 responses)
Wanted, Osage orange - [Link] This shop sells grafted seedless che but only in Belgium. They write that its very sweet and juicy and taste like melon/fig, they are thornless. ...
  By Bangkok 2 days ago (10 responses)
Established Guavas for sale? - nicg have you received my email by the way? I haven't heard back from you about those China Pear seedlings....
  By Peter91 2 days ago (4 responses)
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  By sternus1 2 days ago (0 responses)
calamondincalamondin - I agree. To learn more idea about the benefits of calamondin please see [Link] ...
  By andreamartinez 2 days ago (2 responses)
Black sapoteBlack sapote - Mark, are you still waiting for the fruit to ripen after a couple years?...
  By Thithi 2 days ago (18 responses)
Soursop tree for Sydney regionSoursop tree for Sydney region - Giant soursops are not in stock though. My soursop was ok at 1c, but is miserable now after 2 days of below -1c. Not sure whether it still is alive or not?...
  By Thithi 2 days ago (57 responses)
Finger limes - This is the public forum. Hit contact on left to connect with Daley's . Also if you enter finger limes in the plant search, you'll see availability....
  By Carl76 2 days ago (1 responses)
Rotating compost binsRotating compost bins - @Pauline. I'm pretty sure getting too much heat in your compost kills off a lot of beneficial bacteria & nutrients too though. At least that is what the organic farmers I have worked for have told me ...
  By CathieC 3 days ago (18 responses)
Mango Scions - You might get more response if you tell which mangovariety's you're after and where you want to grow/bring them....
  By Bangkok 3 days ago (1 responses)
Jazz applesJazz apples - Apples? I just found this one, it is an ancient variety from Belgium. They write it tastes very very good sweet/sour. [Link] And if you're on thei...
  By Bangkok 3 days ago (18 responses)
antique rootpruning potsantique rootpruning pots - For me the look is also very important but it would be easy to make a normal plastic planter splitable. Just cut it in halves and connect it with a piece of wood and screws. That will sure work but i ...
  By Bangkok 3 days ago (15 responses)
GIBBERELLIC ACID-3 - Chances are if you have to use GA3, whatever you're trying to germinate is going to struggle. The inverse is also true. For bayberry, shelling them increases germination rates dramatically.I hear talk...
  By sternus1 3 days ago (18 responses)
citrus trees - My citrus trees have sliced leaves, curling leaves, chewed leaves. I just sprayed them with neem oil. What else can I do?...
  By Carol T. 3 days ago (0 responses)
Repoting advanced trees - My only fruittree rootpruning experience was an acerola cherry, barbados cherry. Because i couldn't get it out of the pot by the huge roundgrowing rootmass i just janked it out and cut all roots aw...
  By Bangkok 3 days ago (3 responses)
Passion Fruit - If you want organic seed try here https://www.edenseeds.com.au/...
  By jakfruit etiquette 3 days ago (1 responses)
Young Passion fruit VineYoung Passion fruit Vine - Sorry about photo orientation. I have rotated it before uploading but it still came up wrong. And I attached two and only one got posted. Here's the other one....
  By au0rey 4 days ago (1 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 4 days ago (174 responses)
Splitting bark on lime treeSplitting bark on lime tree - Malathion is an insecticide, it affects the transmission of nerve signals, in insects and animals. Not sure it would be known to be effective against plant wounds....
  By jakfruit etiquette 4 days ago (4 responses)
Exotic Fruit Disease IdentificationExotic Fruit Disease Identification - Hi fruit disease experts! I am experiencing some mummifying of fruit and I have no idea what is causing it. The main tree affected is the Star Apple, but I have also noticed it on the White Sapote an...
  By Ohana 5 days ago (0 responses)
Prunus Mume - Hi Gabby. Is there any chance your contact can send me some scion to try? I'm reasonably competent at grafting / budding. Happy to pay postage, ect. Cheers, Ben :)...
  By BenW 5 days ago (17 responses)
Waiting for SpringWaiting for Spring - All very exciting. My Tropical Sweet and my Anna apples have come alive. First time with apples so all is new. My stone fruit (except for the plums) have lost their leaves and my mango is now flushing...
  By Slicko 5 days ago (7 responses)
Grape Vines Grape Vines - From the pics the leaves are severly chlorotic, nearly white. I dont think its insects or fungus or virus. As Manfred says, you may need local knowledge to eliminate those. Its possibly herbicide inju...
  By jakfruit etiquette 6 days ago (2 responses)
Baby Jackfruit ( Gac fruit) - Gac is not jackfruit and tastes disgusting. Don't you know the difference between them?...
  By Bangkok 6 days ago (1 responses)
paw paw leavespaw paw leaves - hi all ,was wondering if i could freeze or put the juice/tea from the paw paw leaves into the fridge for later and how long do they last if i did this process,best regards chris townsend...
  By chris townsend 6 days ago (0 responses)
Taking orders now for giant cherimoya ( rosa)Taking orders now for giant cherimoya ( rosa) - Have you tried prying the seed shell open with a knife before you pull it off? ...
  By A.C 6 days ago (14 responses)
Pruning PassionfruitPruning Passionfruit - I looked here for correct pruning advice. Thank you. Comment: My purple Kelly variety passion vine is 5+ years old. I've 'pruned' it twice. I mulch around with grass clippings. It's an extremely proli...
  By TrishaB 6 days ago (499 responses)
Royal  Lee , Minnie royal cherryRoyal Lee , Minnie royal cherry - Very cute flowers ivepeters - hope you can show us some fruit in coming months? As an example my compact stella (in a pot) took 3 years to hold a couple cherries - last year at 5 was about 10 and now...
  By Markmelb 7 days ago (67 responses)
Mangifera caesia in Australia?Mangifera caesia in Australia? - Hi Jeff, Is this the buah binjay fruit? Do you post to Sydney (I know it is hard to grow here but tempted to try). An email would be great! Ben ...
  By SydneyPeranakan 7 days ago (5 responses)
PASSIONFRUIT - Panama Red and Pandora (which Daleys describes as a P.R selection and more tropical than black) are not ideal for Sydney. If you can provide background radiant heat in full sun then perhaps is ok. I f...
  By Chris 7 days ago (11 responses)
How can I stop slugs eating my strawberries?How can I stop slugs eating my strawberries? - Hi Justin, if you have a farm produce store in your area you can buy food grade D.E. From them. Maybe an Elders store, that's where I buy mine. ...
  By Mumma Bear 7 days ago (37 responses)
Annonidium maniiAnnonidium manii - I don't know if Troy has a twin but I do know most Junglesops and in fact many African rare plants came from him.He collects rare flowering trees especially cauliflorous types.My dealings with him hav...
  By MIke T1 7 days ago (42 responses)
Citrus  tree Citrus tree - A total of 45 minutes watering per day sounds excessive. I'm in hot, dry Western Australia, and my citrus are watered an hour twice a week, which is all we are allowed. This winter they are loaded...
  By Julie 8 days ago (13 responses)
Which Mango variety - I grew a Keitt seed before winter and the cold hasnt affected it at all compared to the Honey Golds all shrively growth not liking the cold at all but the seedling HGs in my micro climate quite ok. Th...
  By Markmelb 9 days ago (8 responses)
Little Kurrajong - I recently purchased the Little Kurrajong MT pot. I was wondering what the difference was compared to the grafted variety....
  By Theo 9 days ago (0 responses)

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seeking seed for Bacon avocado - especially if your other trees are hass or reed. I have space to fill and time to wait so id like to try seedling avocados in a tricky climate Any reasonable expenses paid also seeking contacts ...
  By zone9b 110 days ago (0 responses)
Krymsk 6 Cherry rootstock - If anyone has one of these spare, pm me for a trade please. Will also consider something similar....
  By Tommoz 90 days ago (0 responses)
What is this ground coverWhat is this ground cover - What is this plant, i've seen this growing in coastal areas (beach) sunshine coast/ noosa areas... [Link]...
  By Alex24 89 days ago (0 responses)
Mango fruit diseaseMango fruit disease - Left Blank...
  By Moha Ibrahim 88 days ago (0 responses)
Bulk cheap peat Moss for Brizzy Northsiders - Lawnton ladscaping supplies is selling premium shredded peat for 42$ bux per 250 liter bales. I bought five. Anyway, I don't know how much they have left or if they'll be getting more, so you mig...
  By Yoda on DMT 83 days ago (0 responses)
Halfordia kendack seed propagation - Hi Has anyone successfully germinated Halfordia kendack (saffron-heart tree) seeds? I can't find any information on-line. Thanks!...
  By Leelee 82 days ago (0 responses)
Feijoa trees not flowering - I have 2 Feijoa trees about 5 years old, they flowered the first year they were in but have not flowered since. What can I do?...
  By jacquelineowens 80 days ago (0 responses)
Galilee Spinach - Anybody seen it growing that can tell me how high it grows? I've read that it can grow 60cm [Link] but mine are only about...
  By davewastech 76 days ago (0 responses)
visit the aussie fig and fruit forum - A site developed for Australians to share experiences in growing fruit. Has a moderated buy, sell & trade board. We're trying to generate interest and create a safer environment for national seed and...
  By sternus1 67 days ago (0 responses)
Waratah - Tips about growing waratahs...
  By Jean-Marc Morvan 66 days ago (0 responses)
Soil Test LaboratorySoil Test Laboratory - Soil Testing Laboratory offers the best soil testing services in India that are very useful for every agricultural land. A regular advanced level testing in Soil fertilizer test, Plant Soil Analysis w...
  By Soiltest 59 days ago (0 responses)
Flower Bed - Hello, I am digging up dea grass and clay along side my Wooden fence to build a flower / Vegetable garden and would like to know what soil is the best to use? Thanks...
  By gavcool2000 59 days ago (0 responses)
Grape Vines - I am wanting to plant grapevine on my front balcony - for ultimate coverage, not necessarily the grapes themselves. The balcony gets direct sun in all months, although strongest and for longest perio...
  By Barbara Jones 56 days ago (0 responses)
Pinto peanuts under citrus? - Hi All, I'm interested in underplanting a row of citrus (orange, tangelo, mandarin) with pinto peanut to improve the soil and suppress weeds. Have read that pinto is ideal for this use but that you be...
  By Bjay 56 days ago (0 responses)
Carambola fruit dropping green - We have three star fruit trees and they keep dropping a lot of their fruit still green. Any idea why fruit is dropping before being ripe to pick? Thanks heaps! Josh ...
  By Ohana 53 days ago (0 responses)
Apple Tree Help - Seeking Apple Tree Support! I planted this apple tree at my parents house in NY 8 years ago. It has not been pruned very often and generally been left doing its own thing. It doesn't look super health...
  By Jen S 42 days ago (0 responses)
Soil Test RecommendationSoil Test Recommendation - Tirupati Soil Testing Company offers quality Soil Testing Services in India. At our Soil Testing Laboratory we do Agriculture Soil Testing, Soil Fertilizer Test, and Water Testing through soil water p...
  By Soiltest 37 days ago (0 responses)
Anyone have spare strawberry runners? - Don't mind what type so long as the fruit are good. I need about 25, will pay for postage. Let me know! ...
  By sternus1 34 days ago (0 responses)
seeds - hello,anyone got rio grand cherry seeds....
  By pound1 34 days ago (0 responses)
Sap suckers on olives - I've got 2 tiny sap suckers on backs of leaves causing severe yellowing & leaf drop, damage way out of proportion to their numbers. One is oval, flat 0.5 - 1 mm with tiny spines all around periphery; ...
  By Alan 30 days ago (0 responses)
Quince Trees Northern Rivers - Hi does anyone have any advice about growing quince trees in Northern NSW - we live high, in Banana country in the hills above Mullumbimby. Will they grow here? Thanks...
  By Moksha 27 days ago (0 responses)
Fruit - Hi just wondering if anyone knows anywhere I csn buy tropical fruit, not the plants just the fruit that grows on these amazing plants Thanks ...
  By Shianne 26 days ago (0 responses)
Scion swap - I'm after a persimmon scion, either a Maru (cinnamon type) or Tsurunoko (chocolate type). I'm also seeking Flavortop nectarine. I can supply: Just about any apple or pear, bulida apricot, earligran...
  By Tommoz 17 days ago (0 responses)
Grafting - Hello I have two fruit trees I wish to graft or bud onto: A Santa Rosa plum; An Emperor mandarin The Santa Rosa is located at Walpole and is actually a limb on a seven-year-old 3-way multigraft ...
  By Frank11 11 days ago (0 responses)
Little Kurrajong - I recently purchased the Little Kurrajong MT pot. I was wondering what the difference was compared to the grafted variety....
  By Theo 9 days ago (0 responses)
paw paw leavespaw paw leaves - hi all ,was wondering if i could freeze or put the juice/tea from the paw paw leaves into the fridge for later and how long do they last if i did this process,best regards chris townsend...
  By chris townsend 6 days ago (0 responses)
Exotic Fruit Disease IdentificationExotic Fruit Disease Identification - Hi fruit disease experts! I am experiencing some mummifying of fruit and I have no idea what is causing it. The main tree affected is the Star Apple, but I have also noticed it on the White Sapote an...
  By Ohana 5 days ago (0 responses)
citrus trees - My citrus trees have sliced leaves, curling leaves, chewed leaves. I just sprayed them with neem oil. What else can I do?...
  By Carol T. 3 days ago (0 responses)
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Nopales FruitNopales Fruit - Cyber pollution ...
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Seville OrangeSeville Orange - I have a Seville in a bag, grown from my seed four years ago, which has two fruit! I have had grafted trees (not citrus) which took that long!...
  By Julie 7 hours ago (298 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 4 days ago (174 responses)
Pruning PassionfruitPruning Passionfruit - I looked here for correct pruning advice. Thank you. Comment: My purple Kelly variety passion vine is 5+ years old. I've 'pruned' it twice. I mulch around with grass clippings. It's an extremely proli...
  By TrishaB 6 days ago (499 responses)
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  By Julz_T 14 days ago (212 responses)
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  By Linton 16 days ago (298 responses)
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  By Waterfall 17 days ago (386 responses)
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  By Betel Leaf Sale 24 days ago (255 responses)
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  By Ellie 31 days ago (259 responses)
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  By Bangkok 33 days ago (140 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - Wandilla Nurseries also have 'Burst' blueberries now. They are a large fruit and delicious. Grow well here....
  By Rosebud 35 days ago (516 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - Gac is for sale on almost every Thai market. I tried a drink made of it but it wasn't very nice. They are like 15-20 cm tall. If anybody wants seeds than i can get them easy but no idea if those se...
  By Bangkok 36 days ago (150 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 37 days ago (772 responses)
PassionfruitPassionfruit - The problem is the pH value of the water. It is either too high or too low....
  By RosalieAnne 38 days ago (622 responses)
duriun trees: have you seen anyduriun trees: have you seen any - We do not sell Durian seed, seedlings, trees, fruit....
  By JohnMc1 38 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 54 days ago (131 responses)
custard applescustard apples - The following was extracted from [Link] Me -- Maybe what they say may be correct that these fruits taste as good as an Apple - known to have corru...
  By Markmelb 61 days ago (251 responses)
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  By allybanana 75 days ago (222 responses)
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  By Slicko 87 days ago (343 responses)
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  By Macqui-grower 91 days ago (190 responses)
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  By Anna0207 93 days ago (304 responses)
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  By ivepeters 94 days ago (182 responses)
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  By Fay 96 days ago (159 responses)
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  By Fay 100 days ago (338 responses)
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  By cheamanda 102 days ago (651 responses)
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  By Waterfall 106 days ago (215 responses)
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  By JohnMc1 113 days ago (429 responses)
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  By Mrs Wagner 128 days ago (197 responses)
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  By Linda D 134 days ago (133 responses)
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  By Waterfall 142 days ago (141 responses)
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  By Salsta 145 days ago (418 responses)
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  By John 148 days ago (143 responses)
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  By ygik 176 days ago (127 responses)
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  By joekoel 178 days ago (127 responses)
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  By ivepeters 208 days ago (127 responses)
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  By mango-jack 274 days ago (127 responses)
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  By Raquel 293 days ago (127 responses)
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  By cabra 330 days ago (127 responses)
Lemonade FruitLemonade Fruit - Thanks, Mark - I will wait to hear your verdict....
  By MaryT1 336 days ago (127 responses)
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  By Frances 348 days ago (127 responses)
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  By A,C 444 days ago (127 responses)
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  By sternus1 452 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 460 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 507 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 545 days ago (127 responses)
rasberry bushesrasberry bushes - understood and sent....
  By peter 1000 698 days ago (127 responses)

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