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Lychee fruiting in partial shade

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Raj K starts with ...
The only spot available in our backyard is in partial shade. We live just north of Brisbane. I’d love to add a lychee tree, only if it fruits. Will it in partial shade? Thanks
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Raj K
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21st December 2018 9:15pm
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denise1 says...
I have seen lychee in partial shade. They grow well but as the shade gets heavier the crop gets progressively lesser. If it is quite open to indirect light that is quite fine.The smaller crop will still probably be worthwhile. Worth giving it a go. Is there some way of opening more light for it.
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Raj K says...
Thanks for the response. I’ll give it a go with a marcotted Bosworth 3.
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