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CEYLON HILL GOOSEBERRY

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Tran starts with ...
Hi all,

It would be wonderful if some one could tell me how long does it take for this tree to fruit. In Vietnam I know that there is a native forest of this tree and they make into wine which is very popular there.

Regards

Tran
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Clayton
15th August 2007 10:50am
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Kath says...
Cutting grown plants will fruit immediately. It is more of a shrub than a tree.
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16th August 2007 1:30pm
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Tran says...
Hi Kath,

Thank you very much. I will give it a go very soon.

Ta

Tran
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16th August 2007 3:45pm
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Lynne says...
Hi Tran and anyone else in Melb who has this - are yours very slow growing? I've planted two for almost a year now and it seems to have not grown at all. Watered regularly.
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Tran says...
Hi Lynne,

At the time I wanted, it was out of stock so I am still waiting for the email to inform me if new stock is avalable.

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10th March 2009 12:56pm
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lynne says...
Hi Tran
I think there may be a way you can try growing this and you don't have to travel far. Please drop me an email and I can go into further details cclynne at(@)gmail dot see owe em (have been getting too much spam)
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi all,

It would be wonderful if some one could tell me what is wrong with this very tiny ceylon hill gooseberry please.

New leaves appear for about 2 days then turn black and dried up. The same cycle happens again and again.
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24th October 2009 7:30pm
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davewastech says...
I planted one must be about 2 or 3 years ago (moderately sunny spot in Sydney) and it's only about 1 foot high, although it has spread outwards quite a bit. Quite a low-branching shrub, so I'm about to prune off some of the real low stuff. Still hasn't flowered.
Anybody got a more detailed answer to the original question? Would be great to hear.
- Dave
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davewastech says...
Just found this useful reference from Rare Fruit Club WA which says:
"Seedling trees begin to fruit in 3-4 years".
(But I suppose it would be faster in fully tropical climates)
Ref:
http://www.rarefruitclub.org.au/Level2/CeylonHillBerry.htm
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ivepeters says...
Even up here it took 3 years, 50cm tall, to fruit.
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Juneli says...
I bought a seedling plant from Daley's last year. It is growing slowly and to my surprise it flowered profusely over summer but did not set any fruit. I live just north of Mackay.
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