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j sargent starts with ...
malaber chestnut and custard apple trees will they grow in howard qld does anyone have experience in doing same
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3rd December 2008 9:42am
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kim says...
Malabar chestnut and custard apple grows well in greenbank as well. Kim
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Scott G says...
I have a Malabar Chestnut here on the Gold Coast. They can only tollerate the lightest of frosts. That should be OK for Howard shouldn't it? They do like a bit of water. Mine is in a damp spot and it does well. I saw one doing very badly on a dry ridge in a garden in Montville! They are a great looking tree with an interesting fat trunk and may make an excelent shade tree to sit under etc.
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thank you for your reply
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says thank you for you reply
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jsargent says...
i am not really annon i just didnt know how to reply properly i am pretty new to using net.i think i am doing it right now thank you Scott G and Kim for your replies I have a good spot for the chestnut tree when i get it thanks to the info i have recieved
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