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Where to buy PlantainsWhere to buy Plantains - Hi.. Does anyone have nendran or pacific plantain for sale. I would like to plant some in my backyard. Regards Smitha. ...
  By Nectarine 15 hours ago (17 responses)
Pruning PassionfruitPruning Passionfruit - Alberto, From personal experience, I don't know anyone (myself excluded) that has a Passionfruit vine under 10 years of age. I've been planting one about every three years. My fourth is go...
  By Kephas 1 days ago (503 responses)
Young Mango TreeYoung Mango Tree - Thankyou...
  By Aaron8 2 days ago (3 responses)
Walnut Placentia dormancy - Hi Becca, My walnuts are now breaking dormancy. Hope you've got some action now. I feel your pain when it comes to unfamiliar dormant trees ... can be nerve racking for the first year or two...
  By brad16 2 days ago (3 responses)
Sweet chestnut trees - Hi all - are sweet chestnut trees suitable to grow in SE Tasmania? Do they need protection from wallabies and possums when small? Cheers and thanks John Peterson PENNA 7171...
  By SLJ 2 days ago (0 responses)
Avocado tree fruit Avocado tree fruit - I have an avocado tree grown from seed but I dint know what variety it is. It is well established but not fruiting. How do I create a tree that fruits? ...
  By LJG 2 days ago (0 responses)
Hardy fruit varieties for a semi-arid climateHardy fruit varieties for a semi-arid climate - You could grow native bush tucker plants. There are desert limes, quandongs, muntries, and more. They are perfectly adapted to the semi arid outback. They can fruit when conditions become too hard fo...
  By denise1 2 days ago (8 responses)
Dying nectarine tree - In a week one of my nectarine trees has gone from being healthy to dying. I've cut away most of the infected branches and sprayed with oil. Does anyone know what it may be? I have 2 other nectari...
  By MissTB 2 days ago (0 responses)
retaining wall friendly - What fruit trees are best for a sloping block with retaining walls so that the walls are not disrupted over time?...
  By NewToTweed 3 days ago (0 responses)
Edranol AvocadoEdranol Avocado - Just got an Edranol after waiting on the Daley’s list for a while : )...
  By Kazzza 3 days ago (12 responses)
Loquat advice for a blackthumb - I would put it straight in the ground and just watch it take off in Cairns. They can grow very big so judicious pruning either to keep pickable / shrubby or as a tall shade tree by lopping lower branc...
  By chookie2 3 days ago (3 responses)
Sooty mould/ants - Have lost a lime and orange tree to sooty mould and ants. How do I protect a newly planted Tahitian Lime tree in a different part of the garden from the same fate? ...
  By Margie Bluett 4 days ago (0 responses)
Dwarf Macadamia - What is best dwarf or semi dwarf Macadamia for Ormeau Hills area on Gold Coast, bout 10 mins from ocean and are 2 required for pollination?...
  By Margie Bluett 4 days ago (0 responses)
Cashew nut growing NSWCashew nut growing NSW - I was amazed to find this tropical plant growing in the sub-tropics . Doubt if it would thrive in Syd....
  By aussieariods 4 days ago (1 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - I am selling this plant. ...
  By abbey 4 days ago (264 responses)
Gold Nugget Mandarin - Unfortunately no chance. A patented US variety. One Australian company holds the exclusive license, giving only them the right to propagate and produce the variety. I agree it is a very good tasting...
  By Gerald 4 days ago (1 responses)
Pest and/or fungus issues FNQPest and/or fungus issues FNQ - I have a young mango tree that has developed these brown spots on it's leaves. It shed all it's leaves before and started to come back, now the brown spots are on a couple of leaves. What is...
  By Northy 4 days ago (0 responses)
Struggling citrusStruggling citrus - Your leaves may be getting infected with miner and other insectsd you could try eco oil or white oil in the cooler evenings to treat this while they are stressed. And the shade structures look good, I...
  By Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery 4 days ago (1 responses)
Struggling CitrusStruggling Citrus - Hi Alex, there is definitely a thing as too much fertiliser, especially if a plant is stressed. Citrus will sometimes struggle with winter yellows as the rootstock is deciduous and this affects the to...
  By Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery 4 days ago (1 responses)
Good English - If Cats the musical misprinted their posters as Cat's, it would be a catastrophe....
  By jakfruit etiquette 5 days ago (2 responses)
ringbarked michelia alba grafted - Yes it depends how wide the ring barking was or if its all around ie ringed or one side only. Many trees are cinctured ie thin ringbark to help fruiting, so a thin ring may not be too bad. If the call...
  By jakfruit etiquette 5 days ago (2 responses)
Tree killing poisonTree killing poison - Hi. We have a very large tree with a big trunk. How to kill it with chemicals? Any ideas please? Thanks...
  By chaston 5 days ago (125 responses)
Please help identifyPlease help identify - They are yellow mangosteen, Garcinia xanthochymus They are a bit sour. ...
  By denise1 5 days ago (1 responses)
Long Neck Avocado trees - Never expected such a resource channel, thanks mate, I will contact them if they provide any scionwood...
  By Marmot1 6 days ago (6 responses)
brown spots on citrus leavesbrown spots on citrus leaves - Left Blank...
  By aneek 6 days ago (1 responses)
Vetiver and clay soil - Hi I’m looking for a small shrub or clumping grass to break up clay soil and stabilise some banks. I’ve layered thick mulch over the area. Has anybody had positive results using vetiver grass? T...
  By Ean 6 days ago (0 responses)
Saraca asoca - Thanks Phil. I'll follow up with them. Much appreciated....
  By Benita 7 days ago (2 responses)
Blueberry flowers falling offBlueberry flowers falling off - That plant looks so healthy and vibrant! So it’s just weather? Hope so. It’s been so erratic in Melbourne. I hope they flower this year again. Thank you! ...
  By BlackThumbed 7 days ago (2 responses)
Is this avocado tree too far gone?Is this avocado tree too far gone? - It might not be too late, find some avocado seeds and grow young avocado trees, try support this avocado tree using several young avocado tree roots....
  By Marmot1 8 days ago (2 responses)
Arkansas black apple scionArkansas black apple scion - I think it would be a real hit here, looks fabulous...
  By phil@tyalgum 8 days ago (1 responses)
Dying tamarillo treesDying tamarillo trees - Three year old Tamarillo red had a bumper crop last year ,waiting for signs of regrowth this year tree seven foot good spread of branches overhead lost a couple of branches getting excited grabbing fr...
  By Simo 8 days ago (35 responses)
UV, polycarbonate sheeting and pollinationUV, polycarbonate sheeting and pollination - Many trees are under shade canopies, the roof is usually much higher than the trees. This allows for ladders to be used, tractors to drive thru, etc. I can only think you need to raise the structure o...
  By jakfruit etiquette 8 days ago (4 responses)
Wax jambu whiteWax jambu white - Thanks David,for your reply. I figured the original poster had grown outside of a greenhouses. I ended up buying the pink one and maybe try growing it in a pot. This way i can move it and easily form ...
  By JenJen 9 days ago (10 responses)
Trying to contact speedy - please help!!! - If you make a comment about one of the plants on his My Edibles page it should sent an e-mail to his account. Maybe include your contact info there...
  By phil@tyalgum 9 days ago (1 responses)
Horopito Plant Horopito Plant - Why not try it from seed. nzseeds.co.nz have it listed, you should get something out of them as they are generous with their serves. It's also on the BICON permitted species list which allows imp...
  By phil@tyalgum 9 days ago (1 responses)
Avocado treeAvocado tree - It looks like you still have a couple of fruits there. Avocados typically produce thousands of flowers which don't all set, leaving just a few per branch. Make sure you have a pollinator in your ...
  By phil@tyalgum 9 days ago (1 responses)
Crataegus azarole - Seed is listed on Amazon plus on B & T World seeds. It's on the BICON list of permitted imports from overseas....
  By phil@tyalgum 9 days ago (1 responses)
Dwaf blood orange sickDwaf blood orange sick - The branches still look pretty healthy. I would remove the excess growth and train it to a single trunk, otherwise you will risk splitting it at the fork as it gets larger, carrying a load of fruit...
  By phil@tyalgum 9 days ago (1 responses)
unknown bugs on grapefruit treeunknown bugs on grapefruit tree - I would say they are a species of native cockroach at the nymph stage of growth. Most bush roaches are pretty harmless and just exist on dead leaves and debris without doing any plant damage...
  By phil@tyalgum 9 days ago (1 responses)
Cayratia trifolia - nurserylive.com occasionally stocks it, you can get them to notify you when it's available...
  By phil@tyalgum 9 days ago (1 responses)
Sweet pink guava scion wood - Do they graft ok, I was thinking of air layering or marcotting mine...
  By phil@tyalgum 9 days ago (1 responses)
Wanted:  Tahitian chestnut (Inocarpus fagifer)Wanted: Tahitian chestnut (Inocarpus fagifer) - Years ago in Auckland some fresh nuts were brought in from fiji by an indian fruiterer. Because the husks had all been removed by machete only one was entire enough to grow. It grew very vigorously in...
  By denise1 9 days ago (14 responses)
Avocado tree dead branches and brown leaves - And double up on the Phos acid in case it has root rot. (Yates antirot) ...
  By John Mc 10 days ago (5 responses)
Panache Fig TreePanache Fig Tree - First Panache figs forming on my cuttings....
  By Danny333 10 days ago (145 responses)
Aussie Gold Dragon Fruit - Email sent, if you don’t receive it let me know....
  By Simonboyle 10 days ago (3 responses)
Black sapoteBlack sapote - Well i already harvest it OMG i hope its ripe!...
  By Wira_id 10 days ago (43 responses)
seedling white sapote - There is no guarantee as some trees can be sterile and not produce pollen. You can't know this until they are grown however, If you have room for more you could try your luck there. Plant 2 close...
  By Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery 11 days ago (1 responses)
Pomegranate Rosavaya - Rosavaya is a great tasting pomegranate, pinky in colour, perfect for sandy soils and can be laden with fruit. For your soils it will probably grow to about 3m at a guess....
  By Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery 11 days ago (1 responses)
Chinese Mesona - You can buy seeds on Amazon.com They are of the Taiwanese variety...
  By phil@tyalgum 12 days ago (1 responses)
Grafting - get some parafilm tape from any florist and give it a go yourself this summer have a look at this vid on youtube [Link]...
  By fon42 12 days ago (1 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - Try the Vietnamese in Inala I hope they have it already brought in from the 90's. They kept quite afraid of quarantine. I thought I had tasted it in a function of Catholic Community 14 years ag...
  By Bary 12 days ago (198 responses)
Insecticide - Mango flowers are pollinated by a whole host of ants, wasps, flies and moths. Honeybees are not attracted to the blooms. So to use an insecticide, you would risk not getting any fruit set at all....
  By phil@tyalgum 12 days ago (1 responses)
Plants which are toxic to pets and childrenPlants which are toxic to pets and children - Add Hydrangeas to the list! Hydrangeas are a flowering bushy plant that is commonly used as a landscaping, When a dog chews on the plant it activates a release of the toxin called prussic acid or cyan...
  By AnnieTheGolden 12 days ago (21 responses)
Wanted: Soap Nut TreeWanted: Soap Nut Tree - Hey Guys, Did anyone manage to get hold of some seeds that they wouldn't mind sharing? I am over in Kununurra at the top end of W/A and looking to grow something like this....
  By Rochelle 12 days ago (35 responses)
Growing Avocado trees in half wine barrels Growing Avocado trees in half wine barrels - Hi Danny333, I agree, my LH shape is different with yours. Don't know it is due to cold weather or young tree or a dud from Diggers. I may have the same problem with Reed also from Diggers. T...
  By David01 12 days ago (31 responses)

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Vetiver and clay soil - Hi I’m looking for a small shrub or clumping grass to break up clay soil and stabilise some banks. I’ve layered thick mulch over the area. Has anybody had positive results using vetiver grass? T...
  By Ean 6 days ago (0 responses)
Pest and/or fungus issues FNQPest and/or fungus issues FNQ - I have a young mango tree that has developed these brown spots on it's leaves. It shed all it's leaves before and started to come back, now the brown spots are on a couple of leaves. What is...
  By Northy 4 days ago (0 responses)
Dwarf Macadamia - What is best dwarf or semi dwarf Macadamia for Ormeau Hills area on Gold Coast, bout 10 mins from ocean and are 2 required for pollination?...
  By Margie Bluett 4 days ago (0 responses)
Sooty mould/ants - Have lost a lime and orange tree to sooty mould and ants. How do I protect a newly planted Tahitian Lime tree in a different part of the garden from the same fate? ...
  By Margie Bluett 4 days ago (0 responses)
retaining wall friendly - What fruit trees are best for a sloping block with retaining walls so that the walls are not disrupted over time?...
  By NewToTweed 3 days ago (0 responses)
Dying nectarine tree - In a week one of my nectarine trees has gone from being healthy to dying. I've cut away most of the infected branches and sprayed with oil. Does anyone know what it may be? I have 2 other nectari...
  By MissTB 2 days ago (0 responses)
Avocado tree fruit Avocado tree fruit - I have an avocado tree grown from seed but I dint know what variety it is. It is well established but not fruiting. How do I create a tree that fruits? ...
  By LJG 2 days ago (0 responses)
Sweet chestnut trees - Hi all - are sweet chestnut trees suitable to grow in SE Tasmania? Do they need protection from wallabies and possums when small? Cheers and thanks John Peterson PENNA 7171...
  By SLJ 2 days ago (0 responses)

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Pruning PassionfruitPruning Passionfruit - Alberto, From personal experience, I don't know anyone (myself excluded) that has a Passionfruit vine under 10 years of age. I've been planting one about every three years. My fourth is go...
  By Kephas 1 days ago (503 responses)
Betel LeafBetel Leaf - I am selling this plant. ...
  By abbey 4 days ago (264 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - Try the Vietnamese in Inala I hope they have it already brought in from the 90's. They kept quite afraid of quarantine. I thought I had tasted it in a function of Catholic Community 14 years ag...
  By Bary 12 days ago (198 responses)
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  By David01 20 days ago (407 responses)
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  By Gardenia1 44 days ago (456 responses)
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  By chickenSniffer 77 days ago (634 responses)
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  By Kerryn 109 days ago (748 responses)
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  By Markmelb 110 days ago (831 responses)
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  By Mike Tr 110 days ago (208 responses)
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  By Markmelb 125 days ago (191 responses)
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  By David01 138 days ago (308 responses)
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  By Farouk 167 days ago (166 responses)
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  By David01 172 days ago (225 responses)
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  By Farside1 183 days ago (280 responses)
dragon fruitdragon fruit - All done , Ivy. Thanks, Anthony ...
  By Rannman75 191 days ago (483 responses)
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  By mick777 206 days ago (311 responses)
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  By Alex Parker 215 days ago (346 responses)
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  By Linton 223 days ago (399 responses)
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  By Farouk 264 days ago (301 responses)
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  By Fruitylicious1 322 days ago (277 responses)
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  By Neil 335 days ago (221 responses)
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  By SoursopAustralia 360 days ago (358 responses)
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  By MirandaB 394 days ago (151 responses)
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  By jakfruit etiquette 441 days ago (167 responses)
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  By Gregory 881 days ago (355 responses)
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  By Bangkok 1000 days ago (157 responses)
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  By cherrygirl 1400 days ago (171 responses)
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