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Eloise starts with ...
What size pot/tree do I need to buy to avoid waiting years for fruit? I'm after dwarf varieties of lemon, lime, and orange and I would also like a feijoa.
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Eloise

If you are in a hurry to harvest your first fruits better buy an advanced fruit trees with fruits already hanging so you don't have to wait any longer. You can start with 35 liter pot or grow bag and progress every 2 years from then on. Sometimes Daleys sells advanced fruit trees, even Bunnings and your local nursery have them. They are a bit pricey but you don't have to wait long for your first fruits.
Happy gardening 😀
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denise1 says...
Often a smaller tree that is actively growing will overtake a larger tree that is resting. Especially if you cant find a suitable size tree that is affordable. Proper ground preparation and shelter makes a difference too. Look for a healthy growing plant.
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