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fruit tree - i live in st.kitts want to try some grape ,apple.peach,pear etc but not sure if they will grow here also i have a miami address that you can ship to and they will ship it to st.kitt for me also have ...
  By Judy-Ann Evelyn 6 mins ago (0 responses)
Fruit trees getting sickFruit trees getting sick - You need to show pictures of the disease to determine what it is and how to treat it...
  By Pademelon1 2 hours ago (3 responses)
avocado tree helpavocado tree help - My avocado tree used to have lots of green leaves and fruits. Now, the leaves are scarce and have brown tips, the branches are brown without new leaves. My avocado tree is old and tall, I can't guess ...
  By ttran 4 hours ago (0 responses)
Dates - Hi ABH Here are some of the date fruit variety that maybe suitable in your area: 1.Barhee (origin Iraq) - Can grow in a wide variety of climate. Very famous in Middle-Eastern market here in Australi...
  By Fruitylicious1 13 hours ago (4 responses)
My Jackfruit tree leaves look sickyMy Jackfruit tree leaves look sicky - I’m not sure where you live due to the postcode but if you are in Qld, your jackfruit should be in a much bigger pot for starters. The leaves look like they are sunburnt or burnt from liquid fertili...
  By Anthony 15 hours ago (2 responses)
Youngberry - I have no idea where Flagstaff Hill is. Putting a state in the address would help. What is the climate like? Most berries need fairly cold winters to do well. ...
  By Julie 17 hours ago (1 responses)
Very narrow leaves on new citrus growth - Have a look at this site: www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/agriculture/horticulture/citrus ...
  By Julie 17 hours ago (1 responses)
citrus bugs - If the 10% washing up liquid isn't working just keep increasing the concentration until it does. Not all washing up liquids are equal. We use homebrand lemon liquid from the supermarket that costs $...
  By Bruce 20 hours ago (26 responses)
UD Hog PlumUD Hog Plum - Hey Linton thanks for the info, I got my UD from Ive and I'd say it was 2 to 3 years old and I recently potted it up to a larger pot before winter but it wasn't a longer deep one like yours...However ...
  By Peter91 22 hours ago (45 responses)
Bramley Cooking applesBramley Cooking apples - I live in Kinglake West Vic. I’m from the UK originally and miss the Bramley Apples. I was wondering if it is possible to buy a tree to plant in our garden. Thanking you Janet...
  By Janet harlow 1 days ago (14 responses)
Avocado Disease IdentificationAvocado Disease Identification - Hi , for some reason this pictures didn't upload with my post. I'm worried about my only tree. I've only had it for 5 months and it doesn't look too healthy. My local nursery suggest I treat it with S...
  By Silent Bob 1 days ago (26 responses)
Rare Corn Seed Stash - Glass gem occasionally pops up in the local seed exchange facebook group, but I'm always too slow to get it....
  By Kath5 1 days ago (5 responses)
American Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) and fruit fly - The papaya fruit fly (toxotrypana curvicauda gerstaecker) is known to attack asimina triloba fruit too. Happy Gardening :-) ...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (2 responses)
Lemba-Curculigo latifoliaLemba-Curculigo latifolia - Thanks, Linton. I really need to write up tips/instructions on successfully growing Miracle Fruit here in NorCal climate and post it on the web for greater good. Awesome photos! If you get a chanc...
  By RobJones 2 days ago (12 responses)
brushwood - Fontainea picrosperma/hylandia dockrillii (blushwood tree) is an endangered plant species native To far north Queensland. It was proven by Qbiotics a pharmacy company from Queensland to cure numerou...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (1 responses)
drumstick treedrumstick tree - Attention Mark...Moringa grows in Pot! Pictures of your Moringa tree starting to grow new leaves. Seems it likes these temperatures of nearly 40 degrees to get going. Just saw the entry above of...
  By Linton 2 days ago (207 responses)
Kadsura coccinea - good to eat or not?Kadsura coccinea - good to eat or not? - The Chinese Kadsura flowers are opening now and since there are 2 or 3 plants all flowering at the same time they should achieve pollination and make fruit right? However, can't find much informati...
  By Linton 2 days ago (0 responses)
Avocado Browning of new leaves - canker?Avocado Browning of new leaves - canker? - Thank you fruity! Glad it's not some nasty disease... Will start by moving her out of the arvo sun before I paint her Cheers...
  By Danyboy 2 days ago (2 responses)
Pineapples - Hi Jenni Importing crowned or decrowned pineapple in Australia is extremely difficult because of stringent biosecurity laws imposed by the AUSRALIAN DEPT OF AGRICULTURE to protect the pineapple indus...
  By Fruitylicious1 2 days ago (1 responses)
rainforest pioneer plant seeds - You have reached the Q and A forum for gardeners. To answer your question, hit Catalogue at top left then Rainforest Plants....
  By denise1 2 days ago (1 responses)
Seville OrangeSeville Orange - Hello Azar, my email is roycejlucas01@gmail com...
  By BlackThumbed 2 days ago (426 responses)
dying avocado dying avocado - Hi Matt, I realise this topic had been closed long time ago, but I hope somehow my post will reach you and put your mind to rest. You haven't done anything wrong, you went to a huge degree of trouble ...
  By nolonger25 2 days ago (22 responses)
melicoccus bijugatus (mamoncillo or Spanish lime)melicoccus bijugatus (mamoncillo or Spanish lime) - Thanks Mars for replying heres my email and well talk turkey. dphuntbris@gmail.com Thanks David. ...
  By David 3 days ago (85 responses)
Mango budwood. - What kind of mango are you searching for? I'm sure there are plenty of forum members that can offer some up. Have a few that I can cut scions from here in northern NSW. ...
  By echinopora 3 days ago (2 responses)
New Lychee VarietyNew Lychee Variety - They seem to always have something new and not common to other fruit shops. So are they golf ball size ? 100g + ?...
  By ivepeters 3 days ago (30 responses)
Green gage Plum - thanks, i have heard a work colleague used to grow them in Newcastle. ...
  By Aex 4 days ago (2 responses)
Growing moringa O/drumstick tree in MelbourneGrowing moringa O/drumstick tree in Melbourne - Thanks for the info JulianC, greatly appreciated. Sorry but I don't have any experience in growing a Moringa tree through Winter as those pods were bought from the fruit shop. Was recently given a ...
  By Linton 4 days ago (18 responses)
picture of magnolia grandiflora - Judy, this is a Q and A forum for backyard growers. If you click on 'contact' top left, you can contact Daleys directly....
  By Julie 4 days ago (1 responses)
Can anyone ID this bug on my lemon?Can anyone ID this bug on my lemon? - Hi MarkW If you can't see any caterpillar ( some are very good in camouflage) The next possible crims are the female leafcutter bee from the family megachilidae. They look like your normal next doo...
  By Fruitylicious1 5 days ago (3 responses)
Avocado tree pest/disease?Avocado tree pest/disease? - Hi Nick, Looks like your young luscious avo leaves where ravaged by grasshoppers. They are hard to detect because they are very mobile. And even if you see them they very evasive. I've killed a few ...
  By Fruitylicious1 5 days ago (4 responses)
Orange Tree - Hi Coo How old is your tree? Is It the first fruits? Its normal for oranges to have small fruitlets at this time of the year especially the washington, leng and late lane oranges. I have two orange ...
  By Fruitylicious1 6 days ago (1 responses)
Looking for a Calamansi seed or treeLooking for a Calamansi seed or tree - Another citrus website is saying that calamansi or calamandron is what we call cumquat. I don't believe that is so. I bought a tree from Bunnings called 'Mandarine Lime' and it is exactly the same a...
  By Janice Q 6 days ago (49 responses)
Honey Gold MangoHoney Gold Mango - As a point of interest my Honey Gold poly seedling has some fruit set - plant is end of its 3rd year stating its 4th.Pic2 Also got my KP to graft to its own seedling during our got spell at end of ...
  By Markmelb 7 days ago (75 responses)
PitangatubaPitangatuba - Thanks Ivepeters...
  By aaroncob1 7 days ago (2 responses)
Natal plums: Carissa macrocarpaNatal plums: Carissa macrocarpa - Natal Plum flowering now....worth growing or not? One of my plants currently has flowers but I don't think it will make fruit as it says on your site that you need 2 plants for pollination but the ...
  By Linton 7 days ago (5 responses)
Blueberries - Could be the wrong variety for your climate (not enough chill maybe?), but they all seem to behave differently. The worst performing one I have is Blueberry Burst - its useless! Treated same as oth...
  By Julie 8 days ago (1 responses)
PapayueloPapayuelo - Phil I just noticed that many people on Daley's forum are interested in milk kefir and culturing. If ever you're interested in any cultures I have many rare and unique ones. I can give you a list if y...
  By Kazino 8 days ago (16 responses)
 rambais and rambutans rambais and rambutans - Got these fruit from the local market today. Are they Rambais? Please concur! The sign at the shop said they were 'Dau' fruit, and I found 'Dau tien' mentioned on the net for Burmese Grape but the ...
  By Linton 8 days ago (10 responses)
Rex Union orange - Hi Hamish. Many Citrus are polyembryonic, ie exact clones can be grown from seed. I would try to find out if that is so for Rex Union. According to the link I posted it is available to be cultivated ...
  By jakfruit etiquette 8 days ago (3 responses)
ID this tree pleaseID this tree please - Given it's planted with Citrus and going by the leaves I can see it could be a pomelo tree. Could also be an avocado though....
  By Peter91 8 days ago (3 responses)
Grape Vines - I purchased three grape vines from you guys a year ago. One Pink Iona and two cabernet sauvignon The grape vines were doing well until winter came around, I pruned them back and transplanted them into...
  By Bones2871 8 days ago (0 responses)
Pacific Plantain Pacific Plantain - I planted out a few of these and was pleased to get a bell after only 11 months . Fruit filled out faster than I thought and is ready in only 9 weeks. ...
  By Trikus 8 days ago (1 responses)
dwarf peach treesdwarf peach trees - Fruitylicious1, I think i will give a go with some points u mentioned in ur post... If its still turns out to be a dud... then it has to go Thanks ...
  By sandy31 8 days ago (4 responses)
Prunus MumePrunus Mume - I also get deformed leaves, not sure why, the tree looks healthy and still trying to take over my garden, so I assume it's happy. I don't hand strip the leaves, all I do is feed it mushroom compost...
  By Zapjelly 8 days ago (32 responses)
Younhberries - Are they in full sun or semi shade and do they get regular and enough water? Good soil helps too. Water will be the deciding factor as they need LOTS of water at the right time to produce good fruit,...
  By chookie2 8 days ago (1 responses)
Looking to but Slender weaver bamboo cuttings/plants - Hi LJ The slender weaver bamboo plant are now available at Bamboo Land Nursery. 1. 3 ltr bag - $33.00 2. 10 ltr bag - $66.00 3. 45 ltr bag - $132.00 Happy Gardening :-)...
  By Fruitylicious1 9 days ago (1 responses)
dwaf loquat tree - HI Linton Most of the rootstock suppliers are already closed (the ordering) at this time of the year. I saw one quince tree for sale at E-bay just now (12-06-17, 9:27 P.M.) for $7.50. Seller I.D. i...
  By Fruitylicious1 9 days ago (4 responses)
Apple – Dwarf ‘Tropic Sweet’Apple – Dwarf ‘Tropic Sweet’ - I planted this in 2009, not only are the apples yummy, but it looks just beautiful when in flower – so much so, that I was inspired to design a fabric, here is a photo of it, I uploaded it to Spoonf...
  By farmplantsandseeds@gmail.com 9 days ago (0 responses)
Is Malabar chestnut toxic? - Glennis How does it taste ? Any of that stale nutty taste typical to old walnuts !...
  By Carl76 9 days ago (14 responses)
Red Silky oak - Thanks Pademelon1, Have had a family of your namesakes come around only in the past couple of years, very shy, but probably coming in along the edge of the rainforest because we don't have a dog. ...
  By David Erle 9 days ago (4 responses)
Caring for an over-pruned apricot tree - Many thanks for both of those responses. The trees were very productive and healthy and the gardener only had to clear the centres, shape the outside and make them shorter. Instead, he removed all the...
  By Peter Overpruned 10 days ago (3 responses)
Dwarf casuarina Cousin It - Would you be able to supply a photograph, someone should be able to help out...
  By phil@tyalgum 10 days ago (1 responses)
Sugar Maple?Sugar Maple? - Hi Jenna it's natural for variegated plants to burn in the variegated part of their leaves. Their main problem is lack of chlorophyll. They can't manufacture enough food through photosynthesis so they...
  By Fruitylicious1 10 days ago (3 responses)
Tomatoes suddenly wilt and die within 24 hours - As far as I know there are only a few causes of sudden death in tomatos excluding lack of water. 1. Vascular wilt - (verticulum and fusarium) cutting thru the lower stem will reveal a brownish discol...
  By Fruitylicious1 10 days ago (1 responses)
Avocado Noela - All comments are monitored before they appear, to prevent abuse. But click on 'Contact' or 'Shop' to get in touch with Daleys direct about plant sales....
  By Julie 11 days ago (5 responses)

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Apple – Dwarf ‘Tropic Sweet’Apple – Dwarf ‘Tropic Sweet’ - I planted this in 2009, not only are the apples yummy, but it looks just beautiful when in flower – so much so, that I was inspired to design a fabric, here is a photo of it, I uploaded it to Spoonf...
  By farmplantsandseeds@gmail.com 9 days ago (0 responses)
Grape Vines - I purchased three grape vines from you guys a year ago. One Pink Iona and two cabernet sauvignon The grape vines were doing well until winter came around, I pruned them back and transplanted them into...
  By Bones2871 8 days ago (0 responses)
Kadsura coccinea - good to eat or not?Kadsura coccinea - good to eat or not? - The Chinese Kadsura flowers are opening now and since there are 2 or 3 plants all flowering at the same time they should achieve pollination and make fruit right? However, can't find much informati...
  By Linton 2 days ago (0 responses)
avocado tree helpavocado tree help - My avocado tree used to have lots of green leaves and fruits. Now, the leaves are scarce and have brown tips, the branches are brown without new leaves. My avocado tree is old and tall, I can't guess ...
  By ttran 4 hours ago (0 responses)
fruit tree - i live in st.kitts want to try some grape ,apple.peach,pear etc but not sure if they will grow here also i have a miami address that you can ship to and they will ship it to st.kitt for me also have ...
  By Judy-Ann Evelyn 6 mins ago (0 responses)

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