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marlon starts with ...
Can I plant a pomegranate (wonderful) tree 3.5m away from the house? Google says 3.5m is the minimum distance. I'm planning to plant at the front yard where the electricity and gas pipe are. Is it safe to plant it there?
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GREENVALE,3059,VIC
14th May 2022 12:31pm
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Urban Bounty says...
Hi Marlon.
I planted a wonderful 2 years ago in my front yard in Melbourne and it is in a raised bed near a fence.
It has grown quite a bit and we just harvested some fruit.
By coincidence mine is around 3.5 meters from the house and I am not worried about it at all. Even when it grows larger. I made a recent video on the tree on youtube if you'd like to see how it looks. Paul
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Melbourne,3199,Victoria
15th May 2022 3:44pm
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marlon says...
You have a lovely garden Paul, and you obviously have nothing to worry about since yours are in raised beds. Unfortunately my questions are not answered. I’m planning to plant mine direct on the ground so it can grow bigger and produce lots of pomegranates. We both have the same idea of juicing them, and they taste way better than the ones in the market!
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Urban Bounty says...
Thanks Marlon.
My raised bed is fully open at the bottom. The main reason I used a raised bed was to plant vegies and greens in the vicinity and not have too.many surface roots competing with the vegies which seems to be working.
Cheers
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17th May 2022 10:35am
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