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My new sour sop fruit!My new sour sop fruit! - hk27, our seedling is just turning 3 years old this month, we are also in Sydney but it lives in a greenhouse during winter....
  By Waterfall 13 mins ago (3 responses)
Cape Goose berry disease and pests - The leaves are also very small ...
  By Step 1 hours ago (1 responses)
Queen Garnet PlumQueen Garnet Plum - Result of the QG Seedling experiment - look for yourself - Have them bagged and found one had fallen caught on a twig - Tastes sweet off the tree and seems as dark at the CV - is the majority of the...
  By Markmelb 2 hours ago (118 responses)
Luc's garcinia - Hi Mcmelb Just follow the thread on Lucs garcinia forum here. There are some people who are actually growing them. Leave a message to them inquiring about the source of their garcinia vleerakeii. O...
  By Fruitylicious1 13 hours ago (1 responses)
Siraitia grosvenorii (luo han guo or monk fruit)Siraitia grosvenorii (luo han guo or monk fruit) - Dear Pek Now I wanna give you the scoop about the Monk Fruit seeds. A good place I got some of the Monk seeds from was Strictly Medicinal Seeds in America. They describe the method to germinate the...
  By Linton 14 hours ago (12 responses)
Seedling Chestnut Flowering - 6 months oldSeedling Chestnut Flowering - 6 months old - Congratulations - I have chestnut trees twenty years old that haven't flowered. I've never seen anything like that. Must be global warming....
  By Manfred 15 hours ago (1 responses)
Kiwiberry - Hardy kiwifruitKiwiberry - Hardy kiwifruit - Well it has been a bit warm lately so the leaves must have got fried like they were in cooking oil. However the problem remains that the pests are mainly around in Summer so the spraying needs to be d...
  By Linton 18 hours ago (91 responses)
Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/NewcastleTropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle - Hi Sunny, are you looking for Wax Jambu ? I brought the red type from Canley Vale Nursery here in Sydney. 62/68 Canley Vale Rd, Canley Vale NSW 2166 Although mines gone all crispy (the lea...
  By Farouk 18 hours ago (156 responses)
Fig tree cuttings - Could I please purchase some panache cuttings off you, I paid $50+ for 3 tiny cuttings & all died, please! :'( ...
  By Farouk 19 hours ago (2 responses)
Lady finger banana transplantingLady finger banana transplanting - Hi Jesse, You have plenty of root on that cutting, I took 4 lady finger plants from mums last summer & sat them in a bucket of rain water upright for around a month went on holidays and back they ...
  By Farouk 19 hours ago (3 responses)
Looking for Tropical Trees/Plants - Hi Ben Try contacting the following organizations they might point you in the right direction; 1. Rare Fruit Society of South Australia E- mail: rarefruit@rarefruit-sa.org Phone: 0400 728 294 ...
  By Fruitylicious1 24 hours ago (1 responses)
Pink Guava Bare-root ?Pink Guava Bare-root ? - Thank you, its the happiest fruit tree in my potted fruit tree garden. Full of fruits now....
  By Farouk 2 days ago (4 responses)
Dragon fruit rottingDragon fruit rotting - When putting in your plant it's best to just sit them touching the soil at the base, the roots will develop and enter the ground readily. If the stem is buried it is more likely to rot, so secure it a...
  By phil@tyalgum 2 days ago (15 responses)
mango tree very sickmango tree very sick - You may need to chisel back rotted wood at the base and get a tree surgeon to fill it but it could still keep rotting back and the tree eventually fall over. You could delay the inevitable but best to...
  By denise1 2 days ago (4 responses)
Sea Buckthorn - I'm hoping to successfully raise some of the Sea Buckthorn plants over the next month. They are an improved fruiting variety with seperate male and female plants. So I may be able to send some cutting...
  By Linton 2 days ago (22 responses)
Lemonade FruitLemonade Fruit - Hi Peter Ask your local fruit shop to order one box for you. They might accommodate your request. On the long term strategy, plant a lemonade tree so in the future you can easily have them at yo...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (147 responses)
Can you purchase olosapo seeds/tree in AustraliaCan you purchase olosapo seeds/tree in Australia - Egg Fruit ....
  By ziad 2 days ago (5 responses)
fig cuttings availablefig cuttings available - Hi BT, email is grow fig trees @ hotmail . com ...
  By peter30001 3 days ago (5 responses)
Stunted grapeStunted grape - Thank you for helping me- They were bare Rooted plants planted in Early September 2017 but they aren’t happy so I will shade them. I will turn down the dripper (1L over an hour morning and night?)...
  By Caro 3 days ago (2 responses)
Royal Rainier Cherry - Thanks Fruitylicious1 for your response, but I'm a little too old for picking cherries at my age and health, and because I live in an apartment block, well, there's just nowhere to grow a tree let alo...
  By bobbysdad 3 days ago (7 responses)
Bush LemonsBush Lemons - G'day Mrs B. Good on you Mrs B. You just have to wait five years to harvest the first fruits of your labor. Surely, there will be gardening trials and tribulations along the way but I'm hopeful you...
  By Fruitylicious1 4 days ago (37 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - One tree or multiples? There are 6 here and they all flower and pod up year round. Perhaps if it is a single tree there is a delay. These trees are 10 years old now....
  By rustynutz 4 days ago (211 responses)
Peach tree bugsPeach tree bugs - Hi Smudger It would be better if you can upload a picture of the damaged fruit for easier and more accurate disease I.D. You can use your phone to take pictures and it will be stored in your galle...
  By Fruitylicious1 4 days ago (6 responses)
Cocoa in Brisbane? - Hi Adrian Yes it is possible to grow cocoa tree around Brisbane to fruition if you can simulate the approximate natural habitat of the cacao plant. Theobroma is a tropical plant generally withi...
  By Fruitylicious1 5 days ago (1 responses)
dwarf papayadwarf papaya - I have two papaya trees that are growing really well and seem to be really happy. One is a Papaya southern red - bi-sexual variety and the other is just a normal red variety but I'm pretty sure it is ...
  By Kazino 5 days ago (9 responses)
Sloe berriesSloe berries - I posted on Daleys Forum in March 2016 about the despatch of berries interstate. The arrangement still stands as far as quarantine restrictions go. Berries must be frozen and therefore travel in pol...
  By Dawn 5 days ago (91 responses)
Montmorency Cherry - Hi Mark Not widely grown in Australia though very popular sour cherry in the U.S.A. Excellent for making pies. Seeds are always available online. The nearest nursery that stock montmorency cherry t...
  By Fruitylicious1 5 days ago (1 responses)
macadamia potential disease identify or not? - Hi Albert Some premium potting mixes are notorious for water logging. What i always do is amend the potting mix to make it more free draining. My formula; 1/4 pot mix, 1/4 perlite, 1/4 pine bark, 1...
  By Fruitylicious1 7 days ago (1 responses)
Sick Jaboticaba Sick Jaboticaba - Hi Becs I can observe that your Jabos are planted in the middle of the lawn. Have you or anyone unknowingly ever used any herbicide near your jabo like weed and feed or glyphosate. A healthy tree w...
  By Fruitylicious1 7 days ago (1 responses)
Limonia acidissimaLimonia acidissima - Hi Claudie I am fine with the fruit being small. Can I come and pick it up this weekend? I live in Brisbane north. ...
  By Jenny1980 8 days ago (12 responses)
Jackfruit seedlings - Thank you both. As I have two, I will cut one and leave one. All ten will eventually form a cul-de-sac with a large fig at the end, so the double-trunked one will go at the fig end....
  By Doug 8 days ago (3 responses)
Grape - Thanks fruitylicious1,for the information now all I need to know where to buy it from,if anyone grows ITAlIA grape I will buy a cutting ,thank you frank49...
  By Frank49 8 days ago (2 responses)
Prickly Pear CuttingsPrickly Pear Cuttings - Can anyone in the Brisbane area help me find cuttings of opuntia ficus-indica? Or a small established one, I'm not fussed - just need it to be ficus-indica because it's for consumption :) ...
  By Cee W 9 days ago (55 responses)
Where to buy Plantains - Hi BeachBabe Would you still have some pacific plantain suckers?...
  By Cas1 9 days ago (14 responses)
Avocado Disease IdentificationAvocado Disease Identification - Hi Bryan Your avo tree might have caught P.Citricola infection. which is the most common fungal disease among avos (around 90%). Unlike the more sinister pathogen P. Cinnamomi where death is immin...
  By Fruitylicious1 9 days ago (32 responses)
black sapoteblack sapote - Just following up this old thread and wondering if anybody has had first hand experience with Tahiti BS fruit? What do folks rate as superior types for the sub tropics?...
  By Grant 10 days ago (10 responses)
Feijoa life span - Hi SRT Normally, feijoa is tough like old boots but, just like any other plants sometimes they suffer pests and diseases most especially if they are not in their optimum health. Meaning us gardener...
  By Fruitylicious1 11 days ago (5 responses)
What plant is this?What plant is this? - Thanks so much for that. I had a search around on the internet and came to the same conclusion, that it is a kangaroo apple and I told my son to wait until very ripe to try it. Has to be dropping of...
  By Trinch 11 days ago (3 responses)
PapayueloPapayuelo - Hi Phil, thankyou so much for the papyuelo seeds! I had a look this morning and I'm pretty sure they are sprouting - very excited - thankyou! Kaz...
  By Kazino 11 days ago (17 responses)
Seeking: Variegated MonsteraSeeking: Variegated Monstera - Hi, how did you go in your search? I’m akso looking for one. Thanks ...
  By Ads 11 days ago (2 responses)
citrus bugs - Hi bruce thanks for your advice about confidor and the spraying of the fruit.I am always checking my fruit trees for these pest'sand if i see just one i spray the bug.my trees have never been infested...
  By Gippsy1 12 days ago (30 responses)
Rainbow eucalyptus tree - Thanks for the information ,Cheers Gill...
  By Rainbow eucalyptus tree 12 days ago (3 responses)
seeds - Hi Francis Bilimbi (Averrhoa Bilimbi L.) is permitted in Western Australia according to THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ORGANISM LIST (WAOL), legal status (s11(1). With that regards you can buy bilimbi s...
  By Fruitylicious1 12 days ago (1 responses)
Edible (good tasting) Hosta variety - Hi McMelb, All Hosta varieties are edible except for animals. The most popular variety for eating as vegetables are H. Montana and H. Sieboldii especially with Japanese cuisine, and H. Plantaginea ...
  By Fruitylicious1 13 days ago (1 responses)
Finger Limes in Nth QLD - Hi PeteB Definitely! You can successfully grow finger limes in Tropical North Queensland as evidenced by Mark Bayne who has been growing finger limes for the past three years at his farm in Shanonv...
  By Fruitylicious1 13 days ago (1 responses)
Oroblanco pommelo/grapefruit tree - Hi McMelb1 Oro Blanco Pomelo/grapefruit hybrid is available at Sunraysia Nurseries Pty Ltd in their catalogue. I haven't called or E-mailed them yet if it is in stock. Not only Oro Blanco but a lot...
  By Fruitylicious1 13 days ago (1 responses)
Bay Tree seedlings - Hi Jane My son is selling plants in E-Bay. You can do the same too. Gumtree is another good place to sell or give away plants. Facebook? Weekend markets? Give it to friends, relatives, co-workers,...
  By Fruitylicious1 13 days ago (2 responses)
pistachio trees - I have been told chinese pistachio will pollinate your Pistacia vera. Can't swear to the truth of it but it was a usually reliable source...
  By Manfred 14 days ago (4 responses)
choc anon / chokanan mango polyembryonic? - I have also grown Choc Annon from seed & did get multiple seedlings from the one seed therefore Choc Annon is polyembryonic..... Must agree with Markmelb if you want to get a good polyembryonic mango ...
  By Mango Mike 14 days ago (3 responses)
Fig disease - E. Salmonicolor is considered a pest and it's very hard to treat and can infect other fruit tree and non fruit bearing tree cultivars as well. Besides drastic pruning, removing all debris from around ...
  By Fruitylicious1 14 days ago (1 responses)
Olive treeOlive tree - Hi Mrstib Most olive trees grows to an average 15 to 20 feet tall and equally wide though you can restrict their height and width with judicious pruning. Their eventual size will also depend upon ...
  By Fruitylicious1 14 days ago (1 responses)
Dying tamarillo treesDying tamarillo trees - My tamarillo tree is dying ... very disappointing because it has more than 100 fruit. I've been watering every day but it's in full sun in hot western Sydney. I have it growing in a small Aldi raised ...
  By GlenMac 14 days ago (28 responses)
Pear Tree with ThornsPear Tree with Thorns - Hi Jeff The roundheaded and or the flatheaded apple tree borer which attack both apple and pear trees might have done the damage to your tree. You can use any of the three chemicals below to cont...
  By Fruitylicious1 15 days ago (7 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - I have two vines growing and they are both flowering atm. Anyone know what the male flower looks like? Quite a lovely flower on what I assume is the female one. Vines are a bit over 12 months old....
  By rustynutz 15 days ago (178 responses)
Rock Dust, Zeolite etc Supplies in  PerthRock Dust, Zeolite etc Supplies in Perth - Zeolite wa is a wholesaler of natural australian zeolite available in 1200kg bulka bags or 10 kg bags...
  By zeolite wa 15 days ago (20 responses)

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Tropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/NewcastleTropical Fruit Trees Successfuly Grown in Sydney/Wollongong/Newcastle - Hi Sunny, are you looking for Wax Jambu ? I brought the red type from Canley Vale Nursery here in Sydney. 62/68 Canley Vale Rd, Canley Vale NSW 2166 Although mines gone all crispy (the lea...
  By Farouk 18 hours ago (156 responses)
Lemonade FruitLemonade Fruit - Hi Peter Ask your local fruit shop to order one box for you. They might accommodate your request. On the long term strategy, plant a lemonade tree so in the future you can easily have them at yo...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (147 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - One tree or multiples? There are 6 here and they all flower and pod up year round. Perhaps if it is a single tree there is a delay. These trees are 10 years old now....
  By rustynutz 4 days ago (211 responses)
Gac Fruit anyone?Gac Fruit anyone? - I have two vines growing and they are both flowering atm. Anyone know what the male flower looks like? Quite a lovely flower on what I assume is the female one. Vines are a bit over 12 months old....
  By rustynutz 15 days ago (178 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - I have a smooth skinned seville in my garden, it was planted last year at the same time as other citrus and is very vigorous.I think I got it from Bunnings. I got one fruit from it and was made into m...
  By Merry 18 days ago (428 responses)
jujubesjujubes - Can anyone confirm that this is a Chico jujube ? thanks...
  By ivepeters 50 days ago (164 responses)
BabacoBabaco - Back in 1985 I was a commercial grower with 1000 babacos in Mullumbimby. Great success and first supplier to Sydney markets. Now looking for a young tree on the Gold Coast. Anyone close want to sw...
  By KeithL 60 days ago (393 responses)
Mango Tree DiseaseMango Tree Disease - can you post some photos...
  By denise1 62 days ago (433 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 83 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 85 days ago (745 responses)
custard applescustard apples - Thanks for the suggestion. Had already tried Perry's.....but no, can't....
  By Linton 86 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 97 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 97 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 99 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 108 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 108 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 114 days ago (216 responses)
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  By Marv 134 days ago (388 responses)
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  By jensen 137 days ago (143 responses)
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  By KathK 164 days ago (162 responses)
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  By Nelly10 174 days ago (155 responses)
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  By allybanana 189 days ago (221 responses)
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  By Julie 231 days ago (632 responses)
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  By Gregory 240 days ago (355 responses)
Milk Kefir GrainsMilk Kefir Grains - Julie,thank you!...
  By Astrid1 246 days ago (344 responses)
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  By jenniferpaisley 330 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 339 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 360 days ago (157 responses)
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  By Romy 362 days ago (201 responses)
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  By denise1 365 days ago (394 responses)
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  By Baby Bales 369 days ago (312 responses)
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  By Markmelb 374 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 420 days ago (355 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 437 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 447 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 472 days ago (514 responses)
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  By Benji 521 days ago (301 responses)
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  By huan 531 days ago (221 responses)
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  By Journey1491 564 days ago (204 responses)
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  By Julie 578 days ago (513 responses)
bee hivesbee hives - Fulham gardens. Thanks anyway mate. Il check the gummy add...
  By ben from adelaide 599 days ago (202 responses)
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  By Brendan 667 days ago (306 responses)
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  By Julie 676 days ago (595 responses)
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  By bernie6 685 days ago (501 responses)
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  By cherrygirl 760 days ago (171 responses)
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  By randey 767 days ago (218 responses)
BlueberryBlueberry - Is the Blueberry Burst good in flavour? Better than the Misty & Sharpe. Planning to get my first blueberry plants. ...
  By Sheryl 889 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 932 days ago (259 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 1354 days ago (212 responses)

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