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Fruit tree for shaded position

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Michael T starts with ...
Hi there. I want to plant a fruit tree on the south of my house and prune to a bush size. The position does not get any sun in the winter and will begin to get sun in November. It will stop getting sun in March. I was hoping to plant a cherry if this is feasible. Alternatively, is there a tree that you would recommend? I live in a cool temperate climate (Canberra). Thanks, Michael.
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Michael T
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8th January 2022 7:37am
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TareqMelb1 says...
Hi Michael,

You can try Monstera, Bolwarra or fuchsia boliviana.
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