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Edible Hedge Suggestions

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Lisa starts with ...
I live in the Mid Blue Mountains and have a stretch of about 15 metres (north facing) where I would like to plant a hedge with something Edible however it must be hardy and frost tolerant and have a maximum growth of 4-5 metres or be able to be kept that tall with trimming.
I did a search and some previous suggestions were Feijoa and Grumichama.

Does anyone else have some suggestions?
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Lisa
Blue Mountains NSW
22nd September 2009 1:42pm
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John says...
Hi Lisa
feijoas make an excelent fruiting hedge are easy to keep and fairly hardy. What altitude are you at and how cold does it get? I grew up in the north island of new zealand and there are heaps there. We had occasional frosts but no snow. I grow a feijoa in adelaide and it does real well.
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John27
Adelaide
22nd September 2009 9:39pm
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Ellen says...
Hi Lisa

May I ask, where did you get most of your Blueberry plants ?

You got so many varieties, beside Nelly Kellie I have never heard of any of the other ones .
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Smithfield
23rd September 2009 1:53pm
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Lisa says...
John...Not sure of the altitude, I will have to check. We do get frosts and it has been known to have the occaisional snow ( I have only ever seen sleet).

Hi Ellen... I don't even have all of mine listed yet, I need to update MyEdibles page. We are huge Blueberry fans. I purchased a couple from Daleys, a couple from Diggers, 2 from Bunnings and the others from Emily HIll Farm- they post.
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