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Kam starts with ...
I live in Perth. I have a Souey Tung Lychee tree. It is very healthy, about 10 years old but only 2 metres tall. Every year it bears flowers just before winter but all the flowers turned black (from the cold?) and dropped off. No flowers any other part of the year. Maybe, Souey Tung is not suitable to be grown in the Perth area? Can someone advise pls?
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12th March 2015 3:37pm
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Markmelb says...
Look thru all the Lychee threads as i did read of some Lychees doing well and fruiting around Perth - I feel they said what variety they were?
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Kam says...
Sorry, Mark. Thanks for your reply. I could not come back to the forum to check for replies earlier. I have a Lychee FayZeeza which is fruiting very well except for this Soey Tung which had lots of flowers and some turned into fruits but they were all in the winter month. Fruits did not set well and were burnt by the cold.
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MIke T1 says...
The more tropical types don't do as well in a Mediterranean climate as the northern hill types.
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Kam says...
Hi Mike T1
this may explain why my Fay Feeza is fruiting at the wrong time of the year. After so many years, it has not died and has not adjusted to Perth climate.
Kam
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