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Fruit tree for shade &amp; pot

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DCAM starts with ...
I have two large pots that are in morning sun, but mostly shaded. I would like to add two attractive edible plants/tree. Can you recommend anything that would grow in such conditions.
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Frenchs Forest
24th November 2016 9:50pm
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loewenzahn says...
It depends were you are what climate? Is Frenchs forest a location?
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KATOOMBA,2780,NSW
29th November 2016 7:41pm
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Linton says...
A couple of suggestions for plants in pots in shade:

The local nursery has Wampees fruiting in pots and I am growing the one pictured below mostly in shade, yet it is going gangbusters with flowers at the moment. They are fairly compact trees but you would still need to prune them occasionally to keep them smaller in a pot.

The second picture is of Achacha which I am sure can grow well and fruit in a pot in total shade. Being slower growing this might be a better option. Cheers!
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