Testimonials Shop News Specials Catalogue Contact Forum Blog My Account My Edibles
Ginger, buy two and save
Ginger, buy two and saveFreight free pack 3 x 3 STNative MT buy 3 get 1 FREElooking for staff
Forum Rules | Updates

Daleys Fruit Tree Forum

Create a New Forum Topic

Email: Password:
display Name: Suburb:
Subject:
Pictures: Add Another Picture
Body:
 
Remember to include a picture if possible

Most Recent

Need smyrna fig, have caprifigNeed smyrna fig, have caprifig - Hi,I have I think a small Smyrna fig,need a couple of cuttings of the Capri fig for pollinating would I be able to buy some cuttings. Thanks naomi...
  By Naomi mckenna 13 hours ago (5 responses)
pre-1910 apricots and plums - Hi Wulf; I found a pre-1910 plum and its available for sale at Riverdene Nurseries East Gresford, NSW, 2311. The heritage plum is called Riverdene Blood Plum - a plum rescued from an old orchard...
  By Fruitylicious1 13 hours ago (2 responses)
Huge Figs? - Hi, My stepfather grew up near Margaret River WA - he's 80 odd now - and tells of a tree that produced, by his account &quote;half pound figs&quote;. No other information. Does anyone have an idea w...
  By Kalkardi 14 hours ago (0 responses)
Mango Tree DiseaseMango Tree Disease - Mango tree shows sign of rotting. The bottom limb is split and blackened inside limb. Also noticed that a lot of big limbs have Dark circles throughout the whole limb, about 6 to 8 inches apart. Is my...
  By Chong 15 hours ago (430 responses)
PalmPalm - Left Blank...
  By ShellyK 15 hours ago (1 responses)
Cloves and star of anese tree availability - Hi Blue; Star anise plant available now (15-11-17) at All Rare Herbs Nursery at $19.80 per plant. Happy Gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 18 hours ago (1 responses)
pandanus leaves - I used to have one, it only smelled when it needed water or if I picked a leaf and waited until it started to wilt. It was a sweet smell, a bit like jasmine rice....
  By Kath5 1 days ago (2 responses)
Looking for citrus limetta - Hi I was in Iran recently and I came across a citrus the locals called 'limoo shirin''. In India its called mousambi and the technical name is citrus limetta. I am going crazy trying to find it....
  By Citruslimetta 1 days ago (0 responses)
Grafting an old citrus treeGrafting an old citrus tree - Hi Last year I transplanted a big grafruit tree my parents had into my yard. It was always kept short so t was never given a chance to grow large. It was a strong fruiting tree. It was about 15-20 ...
  By Citruslimetta 1 days ago (0 responses)
Avocado Trees dying! HELP!Avocado Trees dying! HELP! - Hi guys just planted a couple of dwarf hass avocado plants in big pots with well drained soil. i have them in a spot that has full morning sun but is a little shaded in the afternoon. im in perth and ...
  By Anthony101 1 days ago (26 responses)
Avocado's - Good day... I am searching for quite a long time now and do not know who to ask anymore. I am looking for Edranol Avocado seeds to plant to use as rootstock to graft next summer. Can you possibl...
  By PieterH 2 days ago (0 responses)
Mislabeled Brown Turkey fig IDMislabeled Brown Turkey fig ID - Hi peter30001, I was wondering if you sell any rooted figs or cuttings? I am starting to get a collection now and was wonder if you would send me a list of your collection? Happy to pay for ones I don...
  By WazzaMort 2 days ago (9 responses)
Grafting Stone FruitGrafting Stone Fruit - Hi BlackThumbed, Theoretically, you can graft most stone fruit tree in a single stone fruit root stock. This was proven by U.S. art professor Sam Van Aken who grafted forty different varieties of...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (1 responses)
Prickly Pear CuttingsPrickly Pear Cuttings - You can also get them from [Link] They have smaller ones for about 45 and 75. Can anyone tell me if these still have the of finely barbed, yellow bristles - even if they don't...
  By mark 2 days ago (51 responses)
white sapote cherimoya persimmon scion swapwhite sapote cherimoya persimmon scion swap - I agree Phil - I have same vista(Perrys) that i grafted a couple years ago to save a friends dying vista (it lived as drainage was blocked) - mine has set fruit and is more likely to be same as Glowin...
  By Markmelb 2 days ago (11 responses)
Garcinia Vleerackeii Pollination - In the thread titled Luc,s Garcinia, you will find reported that they are self pollenating. ...
  By denise1 2 days ago (1 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Hi jakfruit etiquette, I still haven't heard back from DPI yet, must follow them up. Having watched the new season growth I am pretty certain that it is a Rangpur Lime as you suggested. I hav...
  By BruceH 2 days ago (412 responses)
Lucky Temperate membersLucky Temperate members - Crataegomespilus grandiflora Want to know some things about Crataegomespilus, has anyone ever eaten the fruit of them? Crataegomespilus is a cross between Crataegus (Hawthorn) and Mespilus (Medlar)...
  By Linton 2 days ago (23 responses)
Pleach treePleach tree - Hello, I was wondering if anybody had any scionwood / budwood they could give me next season as i really want to try and graft this onto my stone fruit tree. Thank you! ...
  By BlackThumbed 2 days ago (83 responses)
AsparagusAsparagus - Hi, Amanda, a few weeks ago I cooked white asparagus has a bitter aftertaste. From that day I decided that I never had plants asparagus. But one of my best friends tastes me a fresh roasted green aspa...
  By Lindy Shelly 3 days ago (58 responses)
Containing mulberry tree rootsContaining mulberry tree roots - Oh WOW!! Your berries look amazing!! (and your gorgeous little boy - LOVE the sheer bliss on his face =D) I have started trying to take off the higher branches that are coming up vertically on my ...
  By Jacelyn 3 days ago (6 responses)
horse proof screening plantshorse proof screening plants - Hi everyone looking for a horse proof (or any animal for that matter) hedge or privacy screening especially in the farm. Dovyalis Caffra (Kei Apple) easily comes to my mind with the added bonus of edi...
  By Fruitylicious1 3 days ago (8 responses)
Kiwiberry - Hardy kiwifruitKiwiberry - Hardy kiwifruit - Thanks Ally - I planted a Flemings Male/Female in one pot to start off the Kiwis --- what i thought was the Female as it hadnt flowered yet now turns out to be another male %#%&@%$ - so annoyed :( as ...
  By Markmelb 3 days ago (81 responses)
Citrus trouble - Hi Christobel Another technique in addressing poor draining clayey site though a bit harder to implement is to dig a hole one meter wide and one meter deep. Pour in 5 kg of clay breaker (dolomite)...
  By Fruitylicious1 3 days ago (3 responses)
How do I found previous posts? - Hi Sushi If you would like to search for a particular post just type in the subject e.g. 'cherimoya' below the forum rules/update box in the upper right hand corner of the forum page and hit 'searc...
  By Fruitylicious1 4 days ago (1 responses)
Mangoes in Melbourne: Mission Impossible?Mangoes in Melbourne: Mission Impossible? - Thanks for your comments. Waterfall is right about snipping them off too early as they just make new flowers again so I'll wait a bit longer. They are the cold hardy Gomera Mangoes from the Canary ...
  By Linton 4 days ago (32 responses)
black sapote - Hi have a Black Sapote tree in my front garden that has fruit on it that Our family has been happily enjoying since the beginning of November my tree came from Daleys and although the cold winter mont...
  By Duck 4 days ago (14 responses)
custard apple - Hi Dave, I sent my reply directly to your personal e-mail. Happy Gardening :-) ...
  By Fruitylicious1 4 days ago (12 responses)
Lemba-Curculigo latifoliaLemba-Curculigo latifolia - The seeds were all planted nearly two years ago and have now grown into plants. Don't have any more sorry....
  By Linton 4 days ago (6 responses)
Dillenia philippinensis - Dillenia Philippinensis (Katmon) is a rare fruit and flowering tree specimen endemic to the southern part of the Philippines (Quezon and Aurora Province) listed as endangered because of illegal loggin...
  By Fruitylicious1 5 days ago (1 responses)
Bunchosia argenteaBunchosia argentea - Poor old Thrice Accursed One. Not bunchosia, not coffee. Probably some obscure tropical ornamental of the sort he fills his time with. In discussion, we did note that several local bunchosias w...
  By Manfred 5 days ago (7 responses)
Bush Tucker or Medicinal PlantsBush Tucker or Medicinal Plants - Thanks for the info Pademelon. I found that the fruit of A. subcinereus also has a raspberry flavour, a bit like raspberry cordial, which is quite nice, just not enough meat on it! Cheers!...
  By Linton 5 days ago (9 responses)
Fig Panache Tiger - Hello Farouk, it is a long time and I would have expected it to grow already, but there is still a chance it will make it....
  By mic1 6 days ago (1 responses)
The truth about Oregon Grapes?The truth about Oregon Grapes? - This came in my inbox today. I don't know anything about berberine, but the info may be of help. [Link]...
  By Julie 6 days ago (1 responses)
nutmeg trees - I wouldnt be looking for trees for sale, I would try to find any trees still alive, possibly Tropical Research Stations,( closed but trees might be there), Botanic Gardens, Rare Fruit Groups etc....
  By jakfruit etiquette 7 days ago (1 responses)
Grape vine for dolmades - I just met a Greek guy picking leaves from a grape farm, he said Sultana grapes are fine, ie large leaves from white fruited grapes. Some wine grapes will have smaller leaves, and some red grapes will...
  By jakfruit etiquette 7 days ago (1 responses)
planting a lemon tree - I would lean towards a higher spot, as Lemons can be susceptible from root rot (easily) if the soil is quite wet all the time. ...
  By Brain 7 days ago (19 responses)
Best commercial tree - 1. Pomegranate: Wonderful - best commercial variety from California, other good varities are Elche, Rosavaya and Azerbaijani 2. Grape: Flame seedless, Muscadine grape - Adonis, and Muscadine grape ...
  By Fruitylicious1 7 days ago (1 responses)
avocado leaves going brownavocado leaves going brown - It might be transfer shock especially if you relocated them after the pot upgrade from a different spot, from a shady position to a sunnier position. Slowly harden your plants first before exposing th...
  By Fruitylicious1 7 days ago (76 responses)
Sourcing Chilean bellflowers - Thank you Linton and Phil, much appreciated advice. ...
  By Amanda B 7 days ago (3 responses)
Plum tree leaf curlPlum tree leaf curl - Leaf curl is caused by a fungus. It's too late to do anything about it this year. Next year, spray the leaves before leaf bud-swell and at early bud-swell with a copper based fungicide like Bordea...
  By Manfred 7 days ago (2 responses)
Sunshine Mimosa Plant wanted - I'm not sure I am after the plant spomen about in this video [Link] It is a ticklish or sensitive plant ...
  By Gerowyn 7 days ago (2 responses)
Passionfruit - Passiflora Foetida RedPassionfruit - Passiflora Foetida Red - I hope you enjoy the fruit, they are very prolific in their second season and you should have them forever once they start dropping. They taste different to regular passionfruit, I'll be interested in...
  By phil@tyalgum 8 days ago (5 responses)
Myristica fragransMyristica fragrans - Expect fresh seed from Singapore today . ...
  By Trikus 8 days ago (35 responses)
Blueberry Plant help - Thank you all for your help. Unfortunately I got rid of them and purchased a Nellie Kellie sunshine blue blueberry plant (which was an advanced one) since I can't buy blueberries from Daleys. ...
  By BlackThumbed 8 days ago (4 responses)
mulburymulbury - Left Blank...
  By Chad 9 days ago (5 responses)
FEIJOAS - Feijoas come from the southern highlands of Brazil where the average temperature during June-August is about 14-16C. They need a minimum of 50 chilling hours to be productive. Less than this they wil...
  By Fruitylicious1 9 days ago (2 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - My Moringa trees in 30” pots are going very well this year in Texas zone 7B, I live near Dallas. This year’s output is approx. 125 between the two trees. Afsar...
  By afsariq 10 days ago (206 responses)
Looking to but Slender weaver bamboo cuttings/plants - Hi, I was wondering if anyone has some slender weaver bamboo cuttings they'd be willing to sell me. I need 30 to create large wind break on my poroperty. Not fussed about how small they are. Tha...
  By LJ 10 days ago (0 responses)
Sir Prize Avocado Tree - My advice would be to grow from a pit of any store bought avocado. You can always graft later. Just plant a few pits straight into a prepared spot, it will grow quite fast if you care for it. I and...
  By MyrtleTurtle 10 days ago (3 responses)
can it grow in Queanbeyan nsw - Mexicola could possibly be the hardiest variety out there and could handle those temps? Was used as a rootstock 50 years ago....
  By Markmelb 10 days ago (2 responses)
SWAP-Brazilian Cherry Black Beauty - Aaron, I might be interested in a tree. But I don't have the Radermacheras that you are after. Please contact me at jeffmiller234@hotmail.com...
  By MyrtleTurtle 10 days ago (1 responses)
Trade: Midyim coppertops, Navel Orange, Brazil Guava - Hi. I am after rare and palatable myrtles, chilean guava, escarlatte jabo, red hybrid jabo, a tasty Pouteria species. I have a large midyim or midgenberry (Coppertops), Washington Navel Orange, Br...
  By MyrtleTurtle 10 days ago (0 responses)
Newly planted Mulberry tree dropping leavesNewly planted Mulberry tree dropping leaves - it could just be a bit of transplant shock, or an issue with not being fully sun-hardened when planted out. how hot has it been where you are, how much shade is the plant getting, and how much water ...
  By SproutMeKate1 11 days ago (3 responses)
garlic problems - basal rot in garlic is caused by a fungus in the soil, and that fungus can be transferred via water runoff, gardening implements, shoes - all sorts of things. if you're using garlic you've grown as y...
  By SproutMeKate1 11 days ago (2 responses)

Not Yet Answered - Can you help?

Cinnamomum cassia seeds or plants - Where can i get Cinnamomum cassia seeds/plants?...
  By mcmelb1 26 days ago (0 responses)
Kharoub tree for saleKharoub tree for sale - I have 2 Kharoub Trees, need to sell one, priced $250 even accept garden soil in exchange....
  By Jarry 24 days ago (0 responses)
Flowering trees/plants rare sightings ? - Hello All, I am really interested to know & see if you have any flowering trees that are not commonly known to flower such as Fiddle-Leaf Fig, Pandan Leaf plant (indoesnian) etc, can you share any ...
  By Farouk 24 days ago (0 responses)
Kiwiberry trellis - Hi, does anyone know how big a trellis I would need for a kiwiberry? I know regular kiwi fruit need huge trellises but was wondering if it would grow against a regular backyard fence and how much dis...
  By Granny Mazz 22 days ago (0 responses)
Muscat of AlexandriaMuscat of Alexandria - Hi I am looking to buy Muscat of Alexandria ,also known as hanepoot vines can anyone please help Thanks Neville ...
  By bignev 22 days ago (0 responses)
Grapevine issue - Can anyone advise me if this is black rot or some other issue. I am in Ipswich, QLD....
  By Stuart_66 20 days ago (0 responses)
Yarrahapinni Plum. - Wanting to know the size of the Yarrahapinni plum please....
  By Curley. 20 days ago (0 responses)
Bergamot orange juice? worth growing - I was wondering if Bergamots are worth growing for their juice as i don't use its rind in my cooking...
  By mcmelb1 14 days ago (0 responses)
custard apple flower wilt - My custard apple has born well for a couple of years. Just coming into new leaf and buds however the young buds about 4-5mm are wilting and falling off. Can anyone help? Thanks...
  By Geoffmcl 14 days ago (0 responses)
Oh I see, it's an Ogeechee...Oh I see, it's an Ogeechee... - The Ogeechee Lime produces fruit that can be used as a substitute for normal limes and these plants were very easy to sprout from seeds. The fruit are up to 4cm long with thick juicy flesh. But the...
  By Linton 13 days ago (0 responses)
Trade: Midyim coppertops, Navel Orange, Brazil Guava - Hi. I am after rare and palatable myrtles, chilean guava, escarlatte jabo, red hybrid jabo, a tasty Pouteria species. I have a large midyim or midgenberry (Coppertops), Washington Navel Orange, Br...
  By MyrtleTurtle 10 days ago (0 responses)
Looking to but Slender weaver bamboo cuttings/plants - Hi, I was wondering if anyone has some slender weaver bamboo cuttings they'd be willing to sell me. I need 30 to create large wind break on my poroperty. Not fussed about how small they are. Tha...
  By LJ 10 days ago (0 responses)
Avocado's - Good day... I am searching for quite a long time now and do not know who to ask anymore. I am looking for Edranol Avocado seeds to plant to use as rootstock to graft next summer. Can you possibl...
  By PieterH 2 days ago (0 responses)
Grafting an old citrus treeGrafting an old citrus tree - Hi Last year I transplanted a big grafruit tree my parents had into my yard. It was always kept short so t was never given a chance to grow large. It was a strong fruiting tree. It was about 15-20 ...
  By Citruslimetta 1 days ago (0 responses)
Looking for citrus limetta - Hi I was in Iran recently and I came across a citrus the locals called 'limoo shirin''. In India its called mousambi and the technical name is citrus limetta. I am going crazy trying to find it....
  By Citruslimetta 1 days ago (0 responses)
Huge Figs? - Hi, My stepfather grew up near Margaret River WA - he's 80 odd now - and tells of a tree that produced, by his account &quote;half pound figs&quote;. No other information. Does anyone have an idea w...
  By Kalkardi 14 hours ago (0 responses)

Most Popular

Mango Tree DiseaseMango Tree Disease - Mango tree shows sign of rotting. The bottom limb is split and blackened inside limb. Also noticed that a lot of big limbs have Dark circles throughout the whole limb, about 6 to 8 inches apart. Is my...
  By Chong 15 hours ago (430 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Hi jakfruit etiquette, I still haven't heard back from DPI yet, must follow them up. Having watched the new season growth I am pretty certain that it is a Rangpur Lime as you suggested. I hav...
  By BruceH 2 days ago (412 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - My Moringa trees in 30” pots are going very well this year in Texas zone 7B, I live near Dallas. This year’s output is approx. 125 between the two trees. Afsar...
  By afsariq 10 days ago (206 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - Hi Markmelb. Yes, I’d never guess it will grow that large (the first photo only shows half, the second photo show you another half). I started 3 plants about 15 years ago. All in ground as DF doesn...
  By David 19 days ago (446 responses)
Cuttings/ seeds/ seedlings SwapCuttings/ seeds/ seedlings Swap - Hello, does anyone have any stone fruit cuttings like flat peach, blood / yellow plum or apricot that they can sell/give me? I'm trying to create a grafted tree. Thanks....
  By BlackThumbed 21 days ago (745 responses)
custard applescustard apples - Thanks for the suggestion. Had already tried Perry's.....but no, can't....
  By Linton 22 days ago (260 responses)
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in MelbourneTropical fruit trees successfuly grown in Melbourne - Picked my second Palmer 2 months after first - still to ripen - been a long wait - maybe could have waited another 4 weeks - but maybe in 2 years as will let this Mango grow a bit more....
  By Markmelb 32 days ago (791 responses)
asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard appleasimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple - Thanks John I am flattered, however please please put louis on the tag as well, it came from Linton who bought it from Yamani in Melbourne, this clone is also called &quote;Melboune&quote; by Perry's ...
  By allybanana 33 days ago (269 responses)
JaboticabaJaboticaba - Hello Farouk, Unfortunately I have not had much luck. I gues the best thing to do would be to head up to the farms that grow them to find them. Hasib...
  By Hasib 35 days ago (321 responses)
acha cha fruit seedsacha cha fruit seeds - How exciting, you need patience with these that's for sure! Would love to see some photos too....
  By Waterfall 44 days ago (290 responses)
Curry Leaf Tree in MelbourneCurry Leaf Tree in Melbourne - Hello , my curry plant height is 5ft tall . When I bought it was 2ft . Now 3 yrs are over to plant & used to prune it . But because of pruning my plant is just like stick standing no branches . So I...
  By Sk Uzair 44 days ago (270 responses)
LYCHEE TREELYCHEE TREE - Hi All, Would like to grow a lychee tree in my backyard in Box Hill North. Any suggestions on success rate? Cheers...
  By Nobita 50 days ago (216 responses)
Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/NewcastleTropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle - Most of these are subtropical really but here are some photos of fruit we have grown in Sydney. Check out more photos on my FB blog page. [Link]...
  By Waterfall 53 days ago (155 responses)
Growing avocado in MelbourneGrowing avocado in Melbourne - Jason are you the avocado man from portland vic?...
  By Marv 69 days ago (388 responses)
passionfruit problempassionfruit problem - Passionfruit plants grow but do not look 'healthy'. The leaves have holes with brown dry edges. (-No flowers or fruit yet, perhaps the plants are too young.) With respect to the 'unhealthy' looking...
  By jensen 73 days ago (143 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - handpollination...
  By herbalcurephilippines 99 days ago (175 responses)
Fruit trees in Perth WAFruit trees in Perth WA - Anyone in the Rockingham/Mandurah area have a kaffir lime I could have a cutting from to try grafting onto one of my citrus trees please? Can swap for eggs....
  By KathK 100 days ago (162 responses)
Ants Nests in Pot PlantsAnts Nests in Pot Plants - My mate used a tobacco spray years ago in his greenhouse, killed all bugs including a snake overnight. He won't use it again....
  By Nelly10 110 days ago (155 responses)
Paw PawPaw Paw - For those above after Papayuelo seeds or plants I noticed some of these plants fruiting today at Coffs Habour community garden, labeled as mountain paw paw, and incorrectly as Vasconcellea pubescens....
  By allybanana 125 days ago (221 responses)
PassionfruitPassionfruit - If your vine is growing fruit after 7 months, that's pretty fast. I would definitely start again with a new one if you can get it to grow at that rate!...
  By Julie 166 days ago (632 responses)
Mango tree not fruitingMango tree not fruiting - Pruning will do wonders for a Mango that has already been fruiting for at least a few years. From my limited observations it is best to allow Mango trees to grow somewhat wild. In their first 'frui...
  By Gregory 176 days ago (355 responses)
Milk Kefir GrainsMilk Kefir Grains - Julie,thank you!...
  By Astrid1 182 days ago (344 responses)
Pandanus amaryllifoliusPandanus amaryllifolius - Have you looked on ebay to buy pandan plants? ...
  By jenniferpaisley 266 days ago (661 responses)
Wolf BerriesWolf Berries - Does anyone have comparative pics of Lyceum Barbarum and Lyceum Chinense? I think I have Chinense but in 4 years it has never flowered or fruited just makes very long canes. pic is of the canes & le...
  By SueBee 275 days ago (185 responses)
Market dayMarket day - I 've never heard of the mamoth sapote, is it just a mamey? And for the jackfruit they could at least have mentioned the variety. Many people think all the yellow crispy jacks are great..last w...
  By Bangkok 296 days ago (157 responses)
maqui berrymaqui berry - mAY BE THEY ARE A BIT FAR APART BUT IF YOU GOT PLENTY OF BEES, SMALL BLACK WASPS,BUTERFLYS WOULD DO THE TRICK...
  By Romy 298 days ago (201 responses)
pouteria lucumapouteria lucuma - Chanar has not fruited on plants 20 years old in the warm far north of NZ. I think it has flowered. ...
  By denise1 301 days ago (394 responses)
gardening in Perth sandsgardening in Perth sands - Anyone tried the Baby Bales? New to the market and perfect for mulching small gardens, strips, planters and pots. Easy to stack and store - little mess, 100% recyclable. Lucern hay, Pea, Wheat and B...
  By Baby Bales 305 days ago (312 responses)
CoffeeCoffee - You should get it out into some morning sun or you wont get fruit - coffee fruits on 2nd year wood and as plant gets bigger & matures will naturally lose bottom leaves so dont worry - will get to 2mt ...
  By Markmelb 310 days ago (270 responses)
graviola tree or soursopgraviola tree or soursop - Hi Sonia, You can order a tree from a nursery, but did you know that Graviola capsules are made from the sour sop fruit. It would be much better than just eating the fruit because you would have to ea...
  By Bino 355 days ago (355 responses)
jujubesjujubes - I see them all the time for sale, they are called putsaa in Thailand. They are green/brown now but i've also seen other colors. Are they legal to receive seeds from?...
  By Bangkok 358 days ago (163 responses)
BananaBanana - Hi everyone, love this forum.. just like to add that we grow a rather generous clump of fruiting bananas down in Batemans Bay..think they are lady finger.. sweet & tender flesh. harvested a big bunch ...
  By cooltropics 373 days ago (441 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - Hi Ben, Yes i know exactly what your saying with people stating they cab supply from over sea. Ive actually located both plants the Vietnamese and the PNG betel plant. The Vietnamese betel grows v...
  By 19david70 383 days ago (263 responses)
Problems with White Sapotes *Pics included*Problems with White Sapotes *Pics included* - organic fertz includes chicken poo and blood n bone. No real solution for possums. Get to the fruit before they do! The only sapotes of mine that have died have been ones that have been netted and ...
  By J 408 days ago (514 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 457 days ago (301 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 466 days ago (221 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 500 days ago (204 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 514 days ago (513 responses)
bee hivesbee hives - Fulham gardens. Thanks anyway mate. Il check the gummy add...
  By ben from adelaide 535 days ago (202 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 603 days ago (306 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 612 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 620 days ago (501 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 695 days ago (171 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 703 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 716 days ago (392 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - Is the Blueberry Burst good in flavour? Better than the Misty & Sharpe. Planning to get my first blueberry plants. ...
  By Sheryl 824 days ago (519 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 868 days ago (259 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 980 days ago (141 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 1290 days ago (212 responses)

fruit tree picturesDon't forget to upload a picture of the fruit tree you are discussing.
Forum Site Map - Ordered by Date of last comment
Paw Paw Trees (2) - Peach tree fruit not maturing. (1) - AQUILARIA CRASSNA PLANTS FOR SALE (74) - Giant Siam Starfruit tree (5) - melicoccus bijugatus (mamoncillo or Spanish lime) (79) - papaya in melbourne (2) - Oh I see, it's an Ogeechee... (0) - Green Eating Mangoes (9) - Jaboticaba growers take heart (10) - custard apple flower wilt (0) - Subtropical fruit in Gippsland? (2) - Bergamot orange juice? worth growing (0) - Growing moringa O/drumstick tree in Melbourne (16) - Brazilian cherry (2) - Fig - Cut or keep suckers? (5) - Native Bush Foods (2) - dragon fruit (446) - How to select Male or Female ? (1) - Alison Red Dwarf Mango not growing (3) - Poinciana (6) - Growing Duruka/Saccharum edule (38) - Need help identifying this tree (8) - Yarrahapinni Plum. (0) - Grapevine issue (0) - Blueberry Burst - disease? (6) - Cuttings/ seeds/ seedlings Swap (745) - Help Identifying this plant please (1) - Low Chill Walnut (6) - Falling Fruits as a source of local cuttings/seeds (1) - Royal Lee , Minnie royal cherry (70) - custard apples (260) - Muscat of Alexandria (0) - Avocado (1) - Kiwiberry trellis (0) - Jackfruit (27) - Vanilla flower, shoot or root? (1) - Mountain pepper (1) - Senorita Banana Leaf Growth Problem (1) - Okinawa Spinach (30) - Flowering trees/plants rare sightings ? (0) - Kharoub tree for sale (0) - Bael Seed (71) - fertilizing vanila flowers (1) - Jambu - Need help (1) - When to Feed and Prune a Mango Tree (64) - Problem with Mango Tree (3) - Cinnamomum cassia seeds or plants (0) - Avacado (1) - What's that tree? (8) - Pruning mango tree (7) - Dragon fruit problem (2) - Yellow leaves on Guava Tree (6) - Pomegranate Tree (56) - Cherimoya - Fino De Jete Seeds (22) - Dormant nectarine tree (3) - Indonesian Bay Leaf (26) - Can Anyone identify this fruit ? (4) - Mullberry leaves browning, curling and dying (1) - Unknown tree (2) - Dekopon in Australia? (106) - Sick Mango Tree (4) - Christmas giveaway (12) - stink bugs (93) - Avocado yellow leaves and brown marks (6) - Mulberry Disease/Virus & Fruit Drop (2) - Guava trees in Centre (4) - Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in Melbourne (791) - And this one? (4) - What fruit trees will grow true to type from seed? (29) - asimina tribola/American pawpaw/ temperate custard apple (269) - Pakalaka Tree (4) - any rare fruit seeds swap (4) - Jaboticaba (321) - what fruit is this? (7) - the trouble with permaculture (88) - miracle fruit (135) - Which apple? (1) - Any idea? (7) - paw paw pollinator (2) - What's wrong with my pawpaw and mango tree? (1) - Dwarf tree recommendations (1) - Best Red Maple variety for Sydney? (0) - New to fruit trees (3) - Another what's that tree? (2) - What tree is this? (2) - Dwarf Mulberry Tree (10) - Black Sapote (3) - Something is wrong with this citrus (17) - want to about a fruit (1) - From ground to pot? (5) - Pandanus (2) - Finger Lime varieties (3) - acha cha fruit seeds (290) - Finger Limes (2) - Curry Leaf Tree in Melbourne (270) - Findinh Naranjilla or Lulo (3) - Jackfruit die back (3) - Planting Lychee (2) - distinguishing Davidsonia pruriens from D. jerseyana (16) - Should I also grow herbs in a grapevine's pot? (1) - Angel Peach Tree - Heavenly Sweet (103) - Lemon Grass free to good home (2) - Feijoa (7) - Suggestions? - white sapote trees in melbourne (47) - Growing figs in pots (65) - Chinese Pomelo for Sale (1) - Chicken Bedding Material (5) - LYCHEE TREE (216) - Kiwi Fruit (2) - Tabebuea tree (1) - BLACK APPLE ESXPORT (1) - Limonia acidissima (9) - Pawpaw broadleaf small malformed leaves (3) - How to grow Date Plum Persimmon from seeds? (4) - St. Dominique de Violette (27) - Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle (155) - AVOCADO ,Interesting shape , ' RUSSELL' variety , FLORIDA , U.S.A. (25) - reliable quality tap timer (2) - What kind of Truffles are these? (12) - Polinator of phalsa (1) - Exclusion netting (1) - Grafted avocado size (2) - Cashew Leaves (0) - Fruit trees in black pots (4) - Elephant Foot Yam (3) - Chinese Red Bayberry (3) - Jackfruit (52) - ID please (6) - Avocados - Lumps in Flesh (5) - Citrus Grafting experts-Help please! (2) - bloodroot (10) - Edible fruit - Jasmine ? (2) - Sloe berries (85) - Citrus Disease (5) - lilly pilly (2) - Grafting Citrus (18) - Argan Tree / See (17) - Indonesian bay leaf (1) - Avocado Identity ?? (3) - Rare Fruit in Maket (35) - New Growth dying on Citrus (1) - Curl grubs (23) - Panama passionfruit (2) - Fruit tree question (2) -