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Easy grow fruiting vines/trees self pollinators for

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DUBBO Looking for hardy fruiting trees shrubs and vines, preferablh self pollinators to handle harsh winters and severe summer heat. Suggestions? For my daughter & son in law
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29th April 2019 10:46am
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Smiffy

When I was living in Tamworth NSW which has pretty much same weather as Dubbo, scorching long hot summer and cold winters I managed to grow fruit trees like jujube, pomegranate, figs, feijoa, jaboticaba, white sapote, lemon and mulberry. My neighbor had mandarin and avocado fruiting abundantly. With vines you can't go wrong with grapes. It's up to the grower what you want to eat. You have to irrigate them consistently during their first few years until they become established.
Happy gardening 😎
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Smiffy says...
Fruitylicious1

Thank you very much for this info. Recently tried Feijoa fruit and they were delicious. Others mentioned not heard of however will definitely look them up.
Thank you for your help

Smiffy
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