Testimonials Shop News Specials Catalogue Contact Forum Blog My Account My Edibles
Herbs and Vegegatables
Herbs and VegegatablesPerennial Herbs and SpicesPlants that we have too many of and that will soon outgrow their pot size so need to be sold fastKyogle Shop Super Savers
Forum Rules | Updates

<< Back to Daleys Fruit Tree Forum

Burdekin Plum

    3 responses

Ceilidh O'Sullivan starts with ...
Hello, Does any body have a Burdekin Plum Plant? I just started growing one from seed and need tips to keep it healthy.
Pictures - Click to enlarge

Picture: 1
  
About the Author
Ceilidh OSullivan1
Bundaberg
28th April 2008 2:31pm
#UserID: 909
Posts: 4
View All Ceilidh OSullivan1's Edible Fruit Trees

Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)
Carla says...
Once your tree is up and growing you just cannot kill a Burdekin Plum. They are wonderful trees being a bushfood, cabinet timber and having high frost and drought tolerance makes them a very popular tree. Also the Burdekin Plum only produces fruit on female trees, like paw paws just plant 3 or more and the odds are, you should get a female.
About the Author
Carla1
Hogarth Range
11th May 2008 1:52pm
#UserID: 408
Posts: 10
View All Carla1's Edible Fruit Trees

Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)
Ceilidh says...
Thank-you, I've only got one growing atm, but I will grow more. Thanks again. Ceilidh
About the Author
Ceilidh OSullivan1
Bundaberg
14th May 2008 8:49am
#UserID: 909
Posts: 4
View All Ceilidh OSullivan1's Edible Fruit Trees

Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)
Shane says...
we have some trees that have been cleared. For sale if anyone wants to buy timber.
About the Author
Shane2
North Queensland
15th August 2008 12:27pm
#UserID: 1248
Posts: 1
View All Shane2's Edible Fruit Trees
Reply | | Remember to LIKE this Answer(0) LIKE this Question (0)

REPLY to this forum

Email: Password:
display Name: Suburb:  
Pictures: Add Another Picture
Body:
 
Remember to include a picture if possible

<< Back to Daleys Fruit Tree Forum