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Krishna starts with ...
How old does a blue quandong have to be before it has fruit.
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9th November 2008 6:41pm
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fruitist says...
No idea, but hope you are not growing one of these giants in your suburban plot. Very fast growing and can reach more than 100ft tall in FNQ.
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Krishna says...
Thanks for the info. I am growing it in a large backyard a local nurseryman told me it would be fine for a backyard. I want to attract birds. Guess I will have to remove it. Damn. Any other ideas for attracting native birds.
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14th November 2008 8:33pm
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happijen says...
Hi Krishna, Not sure if there are any in the Coffs Bot Gardens where conditions would be similar to Sawtell & comparison/advice available. Three are growing near the Shephards Lane roundabout on Coramba Rd. Are you trying to attract frugiverous birds?
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20th November 2008 11:19am
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Shane says...
Hi, how far from the house Is It planted ?? I think I have the same problem
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Mike Tr says...
4 to 5 years in the tropics and I presume it is angustifolia you are talking about.They get big alright.
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