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Heirloom fig varieties Heirloom fig varieties - I didn’t know about the garden festival, where was it? I have purple vigilante but was from a cutting that I rooted last autumn so can’t comment on taste. Your one looks a lot bigger so I guess y...
  By Jez 51 mins ago (6 responses)
finger limefinger lime - Seems like my RicksRed has had a new lease of life since I Epsum salted it but only seems to be flowering on old wood. How often do you apply Epsum or citrus fertiliser. Getting cold down here in th...
  By Oldie 1 hours ago (39 responses)
What citrus is this? What citrus is this? - Hi Anthony I think the unusual lime that you found is a seed grown cv. We all know that most seed grown fruit trees doesn't grow true to type . There is a great variability among pip raised plants....
  By Fruitylicious1 1 hours ago (2 responses)
Tree spacing Tree spacing - Hi, I have a question regarding spacing. In the picture, the distance between the yellow marks is 8-9m. Currently one yellow marks is where a soursop is and the other is a proposed spot for Longan. ...
  By Jez 1 hours ago (0 responses)
White Sapote PruningWhite Sapote Pruning - Hi All My white sapote 'Kampong' is flowering ATM after only six months from purchase. It's purportedly a self fertile cv. Let's see what it can do when the frost starts to show up by the end of ne...
  By Fruitylicious1 5 hours ago (3 responses)
Feijoa fruit SydneyFeijoa fruit Sydney - Hi Bron I’m a kiwi living in the inner west... I’m 8 months pregnant and seriously craving feijoas! These were a massive part of my childhood and I miss them soooo much. How is your tree flourish...
  By Tarathefeijoaaddict 10 hours ago (14 responses)
Shipova Pear(× Sorbopyrus irregularis)in Australia - Hi Mcmelb1 Try Paul Recher, he might have one in his renowed Fruit Spirit Botanical Gardens in Dorroughby, NSW near Lismore. Also try Toora Heritage Pear Orchard in South Gippsland Vic. They have ...
  By Fruitylicious1 22 hours ago (1 responses)
Mango - Can you or do you have Fijian Mango Think it's called Baco It's a long big mango If not sure Just google fijian mango and you will see Cheers...
  By AntoineTp 24 hours ago (0 responses)
White Sapote air layer - Hi, would anyone be able to tell me if White Sapote is hardwood or softwood as I need to get rooting hormone for when I attempt to air layer graft it....
  By Chad 1 days ago (0 responses)
Avocado Disease IdentificationAvocado Disease Identification - Hi Kristy3 Looks like salt burn to me due to the discoloration is mainly confined to the older leaf edges and tips. It may be caused by saline water and over fertilization without adequate watering...
  By Fruitylicious1 1 days ago (36 responses)
dwarf bananasdwarf bananas - Hi bzh, Dwarf red Dacca and Cavendish are on sale at Diggers at the moment.They should deliver the trees to your door steps. Cheers [Link]...
  By David01 1 days ago (25 responses)
Sudachi or Yuzu citrus thoughts - Yeah I cook Japanese food, though very very occasionally. I think I may try and find some budwood to graft onto my current citrus trees. If anyone has any feel free to comment! I read that Sudachis...
  By mcmelb1 1 days ago (4 responses)
Trees & bonsai bags - Hi Grey Most definitely, you can use grow bags to cultivate limes and blackberries. Start with 20 ltr grow bag and progress from there. Haply gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 1 days ago (1 responses)
AQUILARIA CRASSNA PLANTS FOR SALEAQUILARIA CRASSNA PLANTS FOR SALE - Hi I am looking for aquilaria crassna fresh seeds or seedling to send to France. 1 kilo of seed and/or 20 seedlings. Thank you franckyann.pradier@gmail.com...
  By Franck 2 days ago (75 responses)
Air Pruning pots - Hi Chelsea You may need to water a little bit more compared to conventional pots because the fabric is porous allowing quicker H2O evaporation. Just monitor the moisture content of your air pruning...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (5 responses)
Pistachio - Hi George Nice maybe after 3-4 years if your local condition is right for growing pistachios you might be able to know their sexual identity. Plant some more seeds to increase your chances of havin...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (30 responses)
Tutorial: Marcotting in 5 steps (Air Layering)Tutorial: Marcotting in 5 steps (Air Layering) - Hi Linton Is the branches really dead as in dried and brittle? It might sprung up if it is still green. Is it a white sapote cv? In my opinion, there is something missing in the marcotting (air ...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (12 responses)
Aloe Vera - for juicingAloe Vera - for juicing - I am looking for aloe vera species for juice, I know there are lots of species of aloe vera, the one I m looking for is: aloe vera barbadensis-miller-stockton [Link] ...
  By Wagner 2 days ago (0 responses)
Cinturing - Hi Johnmay Between 4-5 months before flowering. For example if your pulasan tree flowers on Sept-Oct you would want to cincture it on the month of April. This timing is crucial for better success. ...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (1 responses)
Filling raised bed for avocadosFilling raised bed for avocados - Hi mc2, I have 5 grafted Avocado trees, Hass, Lamb Hass and Pinkerton and few small seedling for future grafting. All type A. If you want to grow Avocado successful then I suggest you to grow it in...
  By David01 2 days ago (29 responses)
Ants Nests in Pot PlantsAnts Nests in Pot Plants - I had a type of red stinging ant. My body was eaten alive with terrible weeping swollen sores. The only solution is to remove the plant very carefully and soak the roots in a garbage can filled with...
  By Carolyne 2 days ago (157 responses)
avocado leaves - No, Mango Mike. It eventually died from Phytophthora (root rot), about 2 years ago. BUT, a baby tree is growing under the dead Proserpine Purple tree!!!! I just hope it keeps going and growing to be ...
  By Brendan 3 days ago (13 responses)
Dwarf Red Dacca banana in pot?Dwarf Red Dacca banana in pot? - Hi Megs In my opinion it is best to plant banana in Melb during spring as oppose to fall season. Bananas planted during autumn in cool areas will not grow enough to withstand the rigors of winter w...
  By Fruitylicious1 3 days ago (7 responses)
cherry trees - Hi Forster D It's not unusual for deciduous trees to resprout unseasonably because of unexpected warm weather during the cooler months. The new leaves might go brown and die again during winter or ...
  By Fruitylicious1 3 days ago (1 responses)
graviola tree or soursopgraviola tree or soursop - HI JOHNMC1 Just want to ask please where abouts in Sydney are you located please? thanks...
  By Ruth01 3 days ago (357 responses)
I am lazy and I’d like adviceI am lazy and I’d like advice - Hi Bonny Excellent! Keep up the good work. Yep time to order the bare roots. I have done mine already. Smart looking dog in the background. Happy gardening :-) ...
  By Fruitylicious1 3 days ago (18 responses)
Dwarf Pummelo - Carters Red - Thank you for your advice will look a bit closer at that issue...
  By Aldo 3 days ago (3 responses)
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in MelbourneTropical fruit trees successfuly grown in Melbourne - Hi Linton, If it was red spider mite you should see the spider web. Thus you need to identify the problem first for correct treatment. See the link below: [Link]...
  By David01 4 days ago (799 responses)
Help with native Australian citrus plantsHelp with native Australian citrus plants - Hi Fred Any accompanying words besides the pictures? Happy gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 4 days ago (1 responses)
Growing figs in potsGrowing figs in pots - Tried that several years ago. It only works if you move the snake around every day or so, as the birds soon realise it is harmless. Birds are smarter than you think!...
  By Julie 5 days ago (68 responses)
My new sour sop fruit!My new sour sop fruit! - Hi hk27, Just curious, are you selling some of your soursop leaves or know where I can specifically get some? I have been previously using it for medicinal purposes (Cancer) and would love to retrie...
  By Ruth01 5 days ago (23 responses)
Stone fruit trees - Hi FYH There is also an age old method of forcing shy bearing fruit trees to flower and fruit called cincturing. It is cutting a small portion of bark around the branch(es). It temporarily stops th...
  By Fruitylicious1 5 days ago (5 responses)
Growing Turmeric - Thanks. Will probably just go the storage route. I do get sweet potato and potatoes sprouting in the cupboard so here's hoping !...
  By Linda 6 days ago (2 responses)
Cool Climate Bananas - The VerdictCool Climate Bananas - The Verdict - Red dacca fruits do emerge green then quickly change colour to red when exposed to some sun [ so a tan really ] Have had a few stems revert to green .....
  By Trikus 6 days ago (23 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - Hi Fruitylicious1, If you can made it in April then it should be okay. Please contact me via email or edible page. Cheers ...
  By David01 6 days ago (464 responses)
Chinese / Japanese Pomelo Pummelo plants / cuttings - Cheers Scott! I actually have a friend studying in Brisbane at the moment, so i may actually take you up on that offer! I'll probably wait until spring comes around again though. Cheers Marcus...
  By mcmelb1 7 days ago (3 responses)
Help michelia albaHelp michelia alba - My main concern is the brown spots underneath the leaves...
  By Tam Luu 7 days ago (1 responses)
passionfruit problempassionfruit problem - Hi Mr D It would be much more spectacular if you have uploaded some images of your superb big boppa. Anyway, it's not too late to show us what you've got. Happy gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 7 days ago (147 responses)
Maragogype - Hi KrishCas I presume that you are a coffee connoiseur for searching such a rare variety of oftentimes superb quality type of cuppa. Nowadays it is mainly grown in south America in small planta...
  By Fruitylicious1 7 days ago (1 responses)
White Jacaranda wanted - Hi all, I'd like to try my hand at grafting. I'm looking for a White jacaranda to get some grating (scion) material. I'm in the Northern half of Sydney. Thanks in advance....
  By Linda 8 days ago (0 responses)
Argan Tree / See - Hi Vagabond At the moment argan seeds are only available at E-bay and at trade winds fruit. Goodluck on your ardent search for the elusive argan specimen. Happy gardening :-) ...
  By Fruitylicious1 8 days ago (20 responses)
LimberlostLimberlost - If you want limberlost durian i would try to graft the seedling or just buy a grafted tree. Seedling durians grow very tall, grafted tree's much smaller and fruit faster. Be aware that a high qu...
  By Bangkokii 8 days ago (8 responses)
Dying Finger Limes - Hi Brian Normally citrus loves to be pampered with regular deep watering especially during the growing season but not waterlogged or else they will succumbed to root rot hence the soil should be fr...
  By Fruitylicious1 8 days ago (3 responses)
Growing avocado in MelbourneGrowing avocado in Melbourne - Hi TessinNunna Yes, there is a bit of truth in your statement that avocados can cope with dappled shade under a protective tree shade to a certain extent. But once it reach the mature fruiting stag...
  By Fruitylicious1 8 days ago (392 responses)
Pruning ApricotPruning Apricot - Hi Jo/nikki, It depends on how big your Apricot tree. But you should have small crop next year. Most seedling stone fruit trees start about 4 years old while grafted 2-3 years old. There are 2 ways...
  By David01 8 days ago (51 responses)
Sheoaks - How big an area are you wanting to shield (suburban backyard or rural property)? And are you in a bushfire prone environment? Casuarinas (and Allocasuarinas) are flammable. Although they are good f...
  By brad16 9 days ago (2 responses)
ID neededjID neededj - My Harlequin vines haven't fruited yet as they are only a couple of years old. Am growing them in pots and they are very vigorous, even down here. If they are fruiting in your area now you could ju...
  By Linton 9 days ago (3 responses)
dwarf line - Hi Phil It will be cold soon before you know it unless you are planning to shelter it in a greenhouse. Be patient for better result. Happy gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 9 days ago (3 responses)
Holiday avocado in Australia? - $500 yikes! But good to know it is in the country. Hopefully the price will come down over time....
  By Kath5 10 days ago (11 responses)
Nutmeg - Hi Maz Nutmeg whole (organic) is now available at All Rare Herbs, plants will be available this coming October but, you have to register to be included in the waiting list. Sorry I don't have my...
  By Fruitylicious1 10 days ago (8 responses)
Fig TreeFig Tree - Hi IJH Vermins hate Peppermint smell. Dab some cotton balls with pure peppermint oil and put them strategically around the garden and shed where there is a suspected rat activity. Plant some catnip...
  By Fruitylicious1 10 days ago (56 responses)
Citrus medicaCitrus medica - Yes its a C.medica, maybe not an Etrog, as there are a few types of Citron. They are usually true from seed....
  By jakfruit etiquette 11 days ago (1 responses)
Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/NewcastleTropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle - My red flesh are Aztec Gem and Rixford. I have not tasted Rixford yet. Aztec Gem has rather small fruits but they are delicious!...
  By Waterfall 11 days ago (163 responses)
Guangzhou International Fruit Expo 2018Guangzhou International Fruit Expo 2018 - Title: An invitation to Fruit Expo 2018! You are sincerely welcome to Fruit Expo 2018! Fruit Expo 2018 looking forward to your attendance! Dear President or Marketing Manager, This is Joey ...
  By joey2 11 days ago (0 responses)
CoffeeCoffee - Hi Mark, Thanks for your help, i cant see any spider mites on it but ill have another look just in case. ill check out the eco oil too Thanks Steven...
  By Steven 11 days ago (274 responses)

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Guangzhou International Fruit Expo 2018Guangzhou International Fruit Expo 2018 - Title: An invitation to Fruit Expo 2018! You are sincerely welcome to Fruit Expo 2018! Fruit Expo 2018 looking forward to your attendance! Dear President or Marketing Manager, This is Joey ...
  By joey2 11 days ago (0 responses)
White Jacaranda wanted - Hi all, I'd like to try my hand at grafting. I'm looking for a White jacaranda to get some grating (scion) material. I'm in the Northern half of Sydney. Thanks in advance....
  By Linda 8 days ago (0 responses)
Aloe Vera - for juicingAloe Vera - for juicing - I am looking for aloe vera species for juice, I know there are lots of species of aloe vera, the one I m looking for is: aloe vera barbadensis-miller-stockton [Link] ...
  By Wagner 2 days ago (0 responses)
White Sapote air layer - Hi, would anyone be able to tell me if White Sapote is hardwood or softwood as I need to get rooting hormone for when I attempt to air layer graft it....
  By Chad 1 days ago (0 responses)
Mango - Can you or do you have Fijian Mango Think it's called Baco It's a long big mango If not sure Just google fijian mango and you will see Cheers...
  By AntoineTp 24 hours ago (0 responses)
Tree spacing Tree spacing - Hi, I have a question regarding spacing. In the picture, the distance between the yellow marks is 8-9m. Currently one yellow marks is where a soursop is and the other is a proposed spot for Longan. ...
  By Jez 1 hours ago (0 responses)

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  By Carolyne 2 days ago (157 responses)
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  By Ruth01 3 days ago (357 responses)
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  By David01 4 days ago (799 responses)
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  By David01 6 days ago (464 responses)
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  By Fruitylicious1 7 days ago (147 responses)
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  By Fruitylicious1 8 days ago (392 responses)
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  By Waterfall 11 days ago (163 responses)
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  By Steven 11 days ago (274 responses)
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  By Linton 54 days ago (272 responses)
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  By Slicko 58 days ago (597 responses)
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  By Stevo2 58 days ago (331 responses)
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  By Fruitylicious1 59 days ago (182 responses)
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  By Fruitylicious1 71 days ago (314 responses)
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  By coolbreeze 74 days ago (217 responses)
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  By Fruitylicious1 93 days ago (217 responses)
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  By Fruitylicious1 96 days ago (147 responses)
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  By KeithL 153 days ago (393 responses)
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  By Julie 324 days ago (632 responses)
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  By Gregory 333 days ago (355 responses)
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  By Astrid1 340 days ago (344 responses)
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  By jenniferpaisley 423 days ago (661 responses)
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  By cooltropics 530 days ago (441 responses)
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  By ben from adelaide 692 days ago (202 responses)
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  By bernie6 778 days ago (501 responses)
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  By Ellie 1026 days ago (259 responses)
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