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Help To ID Olive Tree?Help To ID Olive Tree? - @allybanana, "logged" or for firewood, hate to just chip them into mulch..... I know that sounds terrible, I am trying to find someone who wants them and to determine if I should beg for takers or ch...
  By LostOlive 6 hours ago (4 responses)
Haitian Star Apple - Does anyone know what happened to the Haitian Star Apples that Daley's had in production?...
  By Chad 12 hours ago (0 responses)
PEACHPEACH - DOES ANYONE KNOW THIS DISEASE IN PEACHES. THANK YOU ERIC...
  By MISTY MOUNTAIN GARDENER 16 hours ago (0 responses)
BlushwoodBlushwood - Hi BobMc The Fontainea Rostrata is sold at greening Australia Nursery 57 Paten Road, Paten Park, The Gap Queensland 4061. ph 07 3300 6304. F.Rostrata is a close relative of F.picrosperma and i...
  By Fontainea1 22 hours ago (23 responses)
Red bayberryRed bayberry - Nice plant Phil, glad you have posted a guard on it. Something ripped out a couple of mine early on, was so sad....
  By ivepeters 24 hours ago (183 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 24 hours ago (149 responses)
What fruit trees will grow true to type from seed?What fruit trees will grow true to type from seed? - I was just wondering if seeds of a blood plum will grow into a tree that will produce blood plums?...
  By ann-maree 1 days ago (24 responses)
passionfruit problempassionfruit problem - Hi Brad, try a handful or two of epsom salts. I always use epsom salts for abnormal yellowing of leaves....
&nnbsp; By Bev13 2 days ago (135 responses)
Phlegmariurus squarrosus - They are nearly always available for sale at Gardenworld Nursery which is near my place in Melbourne. I think they should be available from nurseries in other states as well. [Link]...
  By Linton 2 days ago (1 responses)
Curcuma austrlasicaCurcuma austrlasica - my bulbs have long bulbous things on the bottom do I cut these of or repot like they are...
  By Helen May 2 days ago (0 responses)
Black SapoteBlack Sapote - It doesn't look like Nance, too big and the seeds are completely different. Any other suggestions guys?...
  By Cody 2 days ago (2 responses)
Tree CollardsTree Collards - Thanks Lissa! Mine look just like yours, but are fairly tough. Or it may just be me. I'll try steaming some....
  By Julie 3 days ago (18 responses)
growing muscadine grapesgrowing muscadine grapes - Mine get 6 hours during summer and no sun at all in winter as they are on the south side of the house....
  By Waterfall 3 days ago (6 responses)
Mango sudden death! - If you have kerikeri volcanic soil or can get some then a seedling can grow quite fast and bear young. A perfect condition is good soil drainage and regular watering such as trickle feed. Such ideal c...
  By denise1 3 days ago (10 responses)
seedless grapes - There's a lot of difference between cane and spur pruning and each impacts on the fruiting capacity of the variety. I suggest that you go to YouTube and watch how each is done. Sultana needs cane p...
  By Slicko 5 days ago (5 responses)
Bush Tucker or Medicinal Plants - Thanks Theposterformerlyknownas, I was actually thinking about planting near a pathway, don't think I will now... Cheers...
  By YoungJ 5 days ago (6 responses)
Honey Gold MangoHoney Gold Mango - Hi Adrian, I successfully separated two Honey Gold seedlings last weekend so if you'd like one you can contact me on 0430296640. cheers Pete...
  By Pete7 6 days ago (67 responses)
Can you purchase Pitangatuba seeds/tree in Australia - I just ate another pitangatuba, it was yellow/green and terribly sour. Passionfruit is much sweeter. I have seen the video's from that guy (derek?) who made 100+ video's about fruittasting and he p...
  By Bangkok 6 days ago (14 responses)
Sloe berriesSloe berries - Hi Charles I haven't seen any plants in nurseries - but plenty of suckers around the plants where I pick from. That is how I started growing the plants I have in my home garden now. If you don't k...
  By Dawn 6 days ago (73 responses)
Rosella BushRosella Bush - Dozens of sites selling Rosella seeds on eBay. Not that hard to find. ...
  By Julie 7 days ago (82 responses)
Finger lime dried outFinger lime dried out - After reading what denise1 says, and looking at the pic again, i'd say none of the dry grey green twigs are going to come back, only the green stems and twigs will send out new growth. I wouldnt cut a...
  By jakfruit etiquette 7 days ago (3 responses)
Cudrania tricuspidata/ Chinese mulberryCudrania tricuspidata/ Chinese mulberry - Hi Linton, Mine are not self fertile, I have a male and female. I got them from a friend who most likely brought seed in a long time ago. He described them as more of a curiosity than tasty so probab...
  By Joel15 8 days ago (28 responses)
SLEEPERS AS VEGGIE SURROUNDS - I concur with Denise. Placing black polythene over the walls and bottom of the beds is going to greatly reduce the possibility of uptake. Then again why the need to use old sleepers in the first place...
  By randey 8 days ago (2 responses)
What sort of tree and ground cover is this? name? - I don`t know about the tree/plants. But as far as transplanting is concerned there are many "rooting compounds" out there that may assist you. Or even using honey as it is a natural disinfectant and i...
  By randey 8 days ago (1 responses)
Lady Fingers - Sounds like you are doing all the right things but for the wrong plants. What i mean is that when any type of banana is growing you will see the suckers coming up, some will have a broad leaf and othe...
  By randey 8 days ago (1 responses)
identificationidentification - Just wondering if you might know what this tree is, growing in my garden near Bundaberg and I havent been able to id it. Tiny creamy white flowers in a circle and then sets red fruit about the size o...
  By Grayleen 8 days ago (0 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 9 days ago (301 responses)
IdentificationIdentification - Some fruit in Feb , Lakoocha and Pelegadoxa ...
  By Trikus 9 days ago (7 responses)
Prickly Pear CuttingsPrickly Pear Cuttings - I've been looking for purple spineless opuntia cuttings were since I missed out on some on ebay a few years ago, anyone here growing that?...
  By Joel15 10 days ago (46 responses)
Prunus Mume - I'm also looking for budwood of superior varieties if anyone finds a source...
  By Joel15 10 days ago (27 responses)
Sea Buckthorn - I would also be very interested in seedlings......
  By Joel15 10 days ago (12 responses)
Annonidium maniiAnnonidium manii - Hey, thanks I just ordered seeds from them. Just wondering if anyone has any current pictures. Near impossible to get images of this tree or see anyone growing it....
  By Lisar 10 days ago (45 responses)
Fruit treeFruit tree - It is the white sapote, Casimiroa edulis. Also called ice cream fruit. It has lots of sugar in it so you only eat one at a time....
  By denise1 10 days ago (4 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - From what I can gather from self compatibility generally, is that a seed from a self fertilized self compatible tree has a reasonable chance of growing a self compatible tree. I would say there are so...
  By allybanana 10 days ago (232 responses)
help please-Disease/insect?? Best treatment?help please-Disease/insect?? Best treatment? - Looks like passionfruit woodiness virus. I don't think there is a cure, but sometimes plants can survive and fruit. If you type 'passionfruit' in the box at top right. you will find several thread...
  By Julie 11 days ago (1 responses)
pouteria lucumapouteria lucuma - Got a couple of photos of it with a small cluster of pods on and one with size of the tree only like a shrub got it from Daleys donkey years ago but think it would do better west of the Great Divide...
  By Scott 11 days ago (379 responses)
Poshte first floweringPoshte first flowering - Hi David very interested in your grafted Mabolo got any grafted plants for sale?? Ive got some seedlings i can send you to graft on to if you want...
  By Scott 11 days ago (36 responses)
Mangosteens Mangosteens - Thats true Purple Mangosteen is very hard to grow south of Ingham in general Im at Beerwah and have one growing in a hothouse successfully for the past 12 years looks good even through winter but sti...
  By Scott 13 days ago (16 responses)
pandanuspandanus - There are 100's of different Pandans .. post a pic of yours . Ideally you should remove all suckers and just get one to grow tall .. I have done that with this Pandanus veitchii ... had it in a pot ,...
  By Trikus 13 days ago (1 responses)
Does anybody know what sort of tree this is? Does anybody know what sort of tree this is? - That is a deciduous Magnolia. They have been extensively bred, so there are a plethora of different varieties to choose from, varying in colour from plain white to a magenta red/pink. Happy plantin...
  By Pademelon1 13 days ago (1 responses)
Wanted to know what this is & transplanting advice..Wanted to know what this is & transplanting advice.. - That is a variegated Purple/Dwarf Oyster Plant - Tradescantia spathacea, but it is also commonly known as Moses-in-the-cradle ~ Rhoeo discolour. They are really easy to grow and can tolerate a fair...
  By Pademelon1 13 days ago (1 responses)
Fruit trees in wer Boggy area's - Bread Nut maybe .. Trina has seedlings ...
  By Trikus 13 days ago (8 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - You probably have a male gac vine. You need to grow a female vine and pollinate the flowers. This video has instruction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-_8x5LdGqQ ...
  By Stella Phan 14 days ago (155 responses)
Strawberries sproutingStrawberries sprouting - Our strawberry season is in full swing. This one hasn't developed properly, but has sprouted many of its seeds. Any advice on how to propagate them would be appreciated....
  By Doug 14 days ago (0 responses)
New Lychee VarietyNew Lychee Variety - Any update , amyone ?...
  By ivepeters 14 days ago (28 responses)
Mandarins - thank you Mike Tr. I'll try a emperor to start with. ...
  By Ian L 14 days ago (3 responses)
Krasuey SapodillaKrasuey Sapodilla - Thanks Mike Tr... Which nursery do Peter / Trina belong to? So I can hound them ;) And that is a true shame about the SM. I had one of those but my 2yo clubbed it wth a rake 6 hrs after planting. I wa...
  By Ish 15 days ago (34 responses)
shipment to USA - mission impossible to import to USA should be able to source there it is grown in Central America , Panama and is native to Brazil ... try closer to home . Needs dry tropical/sub-tropical and very...
  By Trikus 16 days ago (1 responses)
Does someone has a good recipe for veggie tamales? - whats so funny ?...
  By Trikus 16 days ago (3 responses)
Bael SeedBael Seed - email wont send-sorry-just contact me at torandy321@yahoo.ca...
  By bbudd 16 days ago (62 responses)
Sumac Spice - Staghorn sumac, Rhus typhina is not uncommon in Australia, it can be found at nurseries. I have R. glabra which is very similar but supposed to be somewhat superior as a spice or flavouring, but it is...
  By Joel15 16 days ago (5 responses)
Water Chestnuts - My Chinese water chestnuts were grown as per instructions however when tasted they have a stringy/fibreous texture and are quite inedible. had a massive crop, (seven and a half kilos) from six corms, ...
  By Carol S 16 days ago (0 responses)
Nectarine Tree - Must have been a grafted tree, extra trunks are from the rootstock. If it's not too late, you should remove them, if they haven't killed the grafted one already....
  By ivepeters 17 days ago (1 responses)
when to pick pumpkinswhen to pick pumpkins - The problem may be lack of pollination, the female flowers have the small fruit males have only the flower. Pick a male & strip back the petals, you will see the pollen, wipe this around the lady bits...
  By Mik B 17 days ago (56 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 19 days ago (221 responses)

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Water Chestnuts - My Chinese water chestnuts were grown as per instructions however when tasted they have a stringy/fibreous texture and are quite inedible. had a massive crop, (seven and a half kilos) from six corms, ...
  By Carol S 16 days ago (0 responses)
Strawberries sproutingStrawberries sprouting - Our strawberry season is in full swing. This one hasn't developed properly, but has sprouted many of its seeds. Any advice on how to propagate them would be appreciated....
  By Doug 14 days ago (0 responses)
identificationidentification - Just wondering if you might know what this tree is, growing in my garden near Bundaberg and I havent been able to id it. Tiny creamy white flowers in a circle and then sets red fruit about the size o...
  By Grayleen 8 days ago (0 responses)
Curcuma austrlasicaCurcuma austrlasica - my bulbs have long bulbous things on the bottom do I cut these of or repot like they are...
  By Helen May 2 days ago (0 responses)
PEACHPEACH - DOES ANYONE KNOW THIS DISEASE IN PEACHES. THANK YOU ERIC...
  By MISTY MOUNTAIN GARDENER 16 hours ago (0 responses)
Haitian Star Apple - Does anyone know what happened to the Haitian Star Apples that Daley's had in production?...
  By Chad 12 hours ago (0 responses)

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Red bayberryRed bayberry - Nice plant Phil, glad you have posted a guard on it. Something ripped out a couple of mine early on, was so sad....
  By ivepeters 24 hours ago (183 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 24 hours ago (149 responses)
passionfruit problempassionfruit problem - Hi Brad, try a handful or two of epsom salts. I always use epsom salts for abnormal yellowing of leaves....
  By Bev13 2 days ago (135 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 9 days ago (301 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - From what I can gather from self compatibility generally, is that a seed from a self fertilized self compatible tree has a reasonable chance of growing a self compatible tree. I would say there are so...
  By allybanana 10 days ago (232 responses)
pouteria lucumapouteria lucuma - Got a couple of photos of it with a small cluster of pods on and one with size of the tree only like a shrub got it from Daleys donkey years ago but think it would do better west of the Great Divide...
  By Scott 11 days ago (379 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - You probably have a male gac vine. You need to grow a female vine and pollinate the flowers. This video has instruction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-_8x5LdGqQ ...
  By Stella Phan 14 days ago (155 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 19 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 22 days ago (311 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Ooh, if anybody has seedlings going, I'd love a couple. As long as there is no issue with postage to Brisbane? Thanks in advance to anyone that could help!...
  By branny1 28 days ago (333 responses)
graviola tree or soursopgraviola tree or soursop - Hi Russell and Damon. Sorry to hear about your cancer concerns. I have given away a lot of leaves to various people over the years - I understand they make tea, but I could be wrong. I have never ha...
  By Lissa 29 days ago (352 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 52 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 63 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 66 days ago (513 responses)
Paw PawPaw Paw - the easiest way I find is , the female flower is right in close to the stem and the male flowers are bourne on a longer stem that hangs down with a number of flowers atatched...
  By ningnong 67 days ago (219 responses)
bee hivesbee hives - Fulham gardens. Thanks anyway mate. Il check the gummy add...
  By ben from adelaide 87 days ago (202 responses)
Wolf BerriesWolf Berries - Great article! Thanks for sharing all this information! By the way, I published an article about Goji berries from Ningxia here: [Link]...
  By yinchuan.de 130 days ago (183 responses)
Mango Tree DiseaseMango Tree Disease - Hi Maryanne Are you still around Sydney? I need help on mango farming? ...
  By Ahad 140 days ago (407 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 155 days ago (306 responses)
Pandanus amaryllifoliusPandanus amaryllifolius - Oxley Nursery had a few big ones quite cheap a few weeks ago. they were about $20 IIRC and had multiple offshoots, so you could get lots of plants out of them....
  By Theposterformerlyknownas 155 days ago (656 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 164 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 173 days ago (501 responses)
BananaBanana - Thanks Lissa, Will do. :) ...
  By Gordo 175 days ago (439 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 184 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 203 days ago (155 responses)
Mango tree not fruitingMango tree not fruiting - i have an Mango tree that has only Flowered once in the last 9yrs any ideas why . i live in Waikiki Perth Western Australia...
  By barlyes 205 days ago (348 responses)
acha cha fruit seedsacha cha fruit seeds - I bought an Achaca tree about a meter high in a pot in August 2015 and planted right away in full sun and would like to know how long before I get some fruits.Three weeks ago I noticed about 10 new le...
  By Jean-Michel 209 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 247 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 255 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 255 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 268 days ago (392 responses)
Growing avocado in MelbourneGrowing avocado in Melbourne - Hi & Wheels, Some pics of my Lamb Hass Pic3, Anthracnose, Pic2, & my over 40y o seed grown tree with heaps of small fruit. Pic 1. The fruit on the Lamb Hass are about 30mm dia. Very hard to...
  By Brendan 274 days ago (314 responses)
Cuttings/ seeds/ seedlings SwapCuttings/ seeds/ seedlings Swap - Does anyone have any rare Guava seeds or plants? I'd be happy to pay any costs. Examples would be ones like Indian Red, Malaysian Red, Ruby Supreme etc. ...
  By Peter91 276 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 34 283 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 289 days ago (152 responses)
Curry Leaf Tree in MelbourneCurry Leaf Tree in Melbourne - Sorry to hear that your trees are looking unhealthy. They don't like strong winds, or too much watering but need to fertilize every six months or so...I have a couple of 2 metre trees and some smaller ones, they seem to thrive with little care, so long as...
  By Shazza 301 days ago (263 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - Hi Monifa, yes I've located 1 person down Sydney way that does grow this plant, but he wasn't able to supply any as he sells/supply most of his leaves to the Indian shops down Sydney. I have obtained ...
  By 19david70 304 days ago (259 responses)
CoffeeCoffee - Hi all! My coffee tree started fruiting 6 months ago and now some of the fruits are ripening and almost ready to pick! Does anyone know of any good websites that explicitly outline the harvesting a...
  By nicole 318 days ago (261 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - finally the yellow DF ripened after an eternity. These are the best tasting fruit to come out of my garden so far....
  By Grant 355 days ago (430 responses)
custard applescustard apples - What variety of Atemoya is this? Please help! Wanting to make some scion grafts out of the tree. Thank you in advance....
  By NurseAllen 363 days ago (253 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - Is the Blueberry Burst good in flavour? Better than the Misty & Sharpe. Planning to get my first blueberry plants. ...
  By Sheryl 377 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...
&nbsnbsp; By Julz_T 404 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 420 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 427 days ago (772 responses)
jujubesjujubes - Hey John, the first time I tasted a jujube was when I found a plant growing wild on a footpath outside a guy's place that grew hundreds of Australian native fruits. I think he planted it on the footp...
  By Fay 486 days ago (159 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - Hi Mrs Turner, I live in the Central Coast area, would it be possible for me to get a cutting of your Moringo tree, please, willing to pay and pick it as I don't live that far from Belmont. My email ...
  By Mrs Wagner 518 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 524 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 532 days ago (141 responses)
Pinkabelle Apple TreePinkabelle Apple Tree - no such variety as Cameo ...
  By joekoel 567 days ago (127 responses)
Rare Fruit Swap/Sale in Melbourne South/East?Rare Fruit Swap/Sale in Melbourne South/East? - Thanks Jantina but I'm keeping my collection at two--the mexican, and the luther Burbanks, which he developed for fruit quality. I'll pass on the issai if that's ok, I procured some from Diggers (well...
  By sternus1 842 days ago (212 responses)

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