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Grumichama - 2-way Planting

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Goh starts with ...
Hello, recently I bought a Grumichama Orange seedling and a Grumichama Black seedling. However, I have limited space available for planting. I am thinking of going for 2-way planting, i.e. planting both of them together in one same spot. Just wondering has any of you tried this approach?

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27th October 2018 6:30am
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Waterfall says...
Ours are done in a hedge, about 1m between trunks.
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28th October 2018 1:46pm
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denise1 says...
If thats what you want.Plant them so they both face sunny north to get best flowering and fruiting. Normally they grow just over a metre wide each.
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