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Kei Apple

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sety starts with ...
I've ended up with 2 females ,anyone have have males ? Swap cuttings or seed?
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29th July 2013 11:14am
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John Mc says...
How long did they take to flower?
I have three Kei Apple plants up to 2m high, but none have flowered yet.
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29th July 2013 3:59pm
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setr says...
I think it took 5 or 6 years ,a long time, anyway. They grow from cuttings . Do you want to swap cuttings . Chances are that we will end up with at least one male and one female.
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29th July 2013 6:07pm
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John Mc says...
Yeah, sure, you in NSW? what's best, 6 to 8" tip cuttings? Three cuttings off each tree? Probably have to wait till it warms up, around November I'd suspect.
I can be contacted here for a swap:

coastalskylightatbiponddotcom
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y3yrr says...
I did a bit of research and it seems hardwood is the go. No harm in trying new growth, as well. I have 2 large trees and can swap any size or number for yours.
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y3yrr says...
No one else with KEI Apple?
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Diana says...
I have just chopped down my kei apples and dug up the stumps with some roots attached. They are sexed- one female and three males. The female has been very productive. I think there is a fair chance that they will survive and grow if planted, the female and one male are in a container of water and is sprouting shoots.

Does anyone want them? You can have them for free (collect from Western Brisbane).

I got rid of them because they are very thorny and the fruit is fairly sour- good for chutney and jam, but not eating fresh. I don't have room for them, but someone with more space might want them.
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