One of the grafts seems much more vigorous than the other (not sure which yet). It's also helped by the fact there are 2 grafts of one and only 1 of the other.
Spring 2011: Covered in flowers and just starting to grow teeny tiny fruit.
About a month after this I decided to get rid of the fruit. There was just so much and I thought that it was a bad idea to leave them all. It didn't seem to like that and suddenly dropped all of its leaves. There are teeny tiny new shoots appearingon some of the branches (mostly on one graft not the other). No idea what I did wrong - I am SURE there was enough food, I am sure it wasn't too wet or too dry. I am hoping that it was a sunlight issue so I have moved into a sunnier spot.
Summer 2012: First day of the new year and I have noticed new shoots on the bare branches. I think that the weather has just started to warm up enough for it to get going again. Catch is that I think they shoots might actually be flowers not leaves. What is it thinking? All I can do is keep an eye on it and keep reminding my man to help fertilise!
Fruiting Months September and October
Height 0.75 metres
Growing: In a Pot
First Fruited: 1 Years from purchase in pot
Sun/Shade: Medium Sun
Fertiliser or Organics Used: Charlie Carp, Seasol, and my partner helps out too