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I visited your amazing nursery a couple of weeks ago. Congratulations, it is really impressive and the staff is so nice, I had a great experience!!!
As well as a few other plants, I bought a Quince Champion, a dwarf apple Tropical Anna and a dwarf apple Tropical Sweet.
I've been told by a friend who's got subtropical apple trees that they hate the damp and I would really appreciate some advice on where to plant them out of the 3 different options that I've got:
1- In full sun right next to the creek: This would be where it gets the coldest during the winter nights but it would also get really hot in summer days and really damp most of the year.
2- In full sun but separated from the creek by vegetation:
This wouldn't get quite as damp or cold as the first option but would still get really hot in summer days.
3- Mostly in the shade and separated from the creek by vegetation:
This wouldn't get as hot in summer days and would stay cool or cold a lot more but would be really damp as it doesn't dry much.
Also, would you recommend to add aglime or dolomite in the earth when planting them?
Thanks a lot for your help and I'll probably see you again pretty soon!!!
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26th March 2019 9:07am
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