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Hayden starts with ...
Merry Christmas everyone and A happy new year
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25th December 2010 7:16am
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trikus says...
SAnta brought me Cyclone , Gee thanks
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Trikus
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25th December 2010 7:53am
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Jantina says...
Thanks Hayden and a Merry Xmas to you and everyone else. Did think about you and Wayne when I heard about the cyclone trikus, may the winds be gentle and the rain sparse.
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25th December 2010 11:39am
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SANTA says...
Is it xmas oh no mrs clause didnt wake me up
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25th December 2010 12:23pm
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snottiegobble says...
Merry Xmas & a Happy New Year to all our subscribers & readers!
May all your onions be big ones!
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25th December 2010 2:41pm
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allybanana says...
All the best and Happy christmas wishing love and warmth for everyones heart and compost heap.
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allybanana
Eden S-East NSW
25th December 2010 8:46pm
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Julie says...
Have a happy, fruitfly-free Christmas everyone!
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Julie
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24th December 2011 8:33pm
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Merry Christmas and Happy new year to everyone.
May your year be fruitful ones.
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24th December 2011 9:28pm
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Jantina says...
Merry Xmas to one and all. I wish you good health, happiness and may your fruit trees prosper.

Hey Lucy, are you in Melb now or up north?
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Jantina
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24th December 2011 10:24pm
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Jantina,

How are you? Merry Christmas to you and your family. I am in Melbourne right now but will be up North in Feb. I am really scared about cyclone now, I was there just 1 day after Yasi arrival, it was terrible.
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24th December 2011 10:31pm
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Mike says...
I will wish everyone a cool yule while we're on the topic with special greetings to Lucy (the yanang has flowers),John Mc,Brendan,Peters from Adelaide and Perth and all the usually suspects.Everyone has been kind and generous and there seem to be almost no bad apples.My garden has never been so bountiful and your advice and plant specimens are largely responsible.I will leave an extra abiu out for santa tonight.
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Cairns
24th December 2011 10:36pm
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Merry Christmas to you Mike. I am glad to hear that your yanang has flowers. Well done. Thank you very much for all the goodies I received from you. I can't wait to go back home and check them out. A little bird told me that the sweet potato plants are doing very well, the same as tumeric and taro (too many to list) thanks to your generosity. I brought some big leaf kangkong back to Melbourne and it starts to produce runners now which is good.
Take care.

Lucy.
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JUJUBE FOR SALE
 
24th December 2011 10:51pm
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amanda says...
If Xmas sees u stressed - just remember it's "dessert" spelt backwards! Have a good day with good company and good food guys :)
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amanda19
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24th December 2011 10:51pm
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Mike says...
Thanks Lucy and I forgot a cheerio and merry xmas to Amanda,the queen of the forum.I had better race off and hang some tinsel with only 2 hrs before the fat guy arrives.
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Cairns
24th December 2011 10:58pm
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amanda says...
Eek! now I am shy Mike! ;-) I am drinking cider and grooving to Glee with my family...lol. Gotta love Xmas. Got hubby a wicked Bradley Smoker...! So excited (for ME, of course - haha!) I am going to try smoked tomatoes and such in it...?

And smoked paprika, maple-bacon etc. Should be yummy fun?!
I wonder what smoked sweet potatoe is like? Picked a 2.5kg monster today :-O

Have a good one Mike :)
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amanda19
Geraldton. WA
24th December 2011 11:30pm
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John Mc says...
All the best to all the usual suspects that hang around here for keeping me informed and amused. A special thanks goes to Daley's for letting this all happen, and looking after me with heaps of beautiful specimens, nice service. I don't know where to start so pick a name:
Peter from SA for his Pitaya, a special thank you to Lucy, her generosity knows no bounds, really, what Lucy has done for me over the last year would fill a novel.
Mike for sending copius amounts of unusual plant and seed material, some I can't pronounce, I can't thank you enough, thank's Mike.
Speedy and fruitist for their generousity, I mean, by sacraficing stuff out of their own gardens, and only having small amounts themselves, just so they could share some of it with me. That's amazing dedication, thanks a million.
Lastly, but definately not leastly, my new best friend Jantina, who has me all excited for the new year ahead.
Merry Christmas all
xxx 000 xxx
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JohnMc1
Warnervale NSW
24th December 2011 11:46pm
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Merry Christmas John Mc. Many thanks for your nice words. You gave me heaps too. They all doing very well in my yard and I can't wait to harvest my special goodies.
Yes, I agree with you that Daleys has given us a chance to share ideas, chat and meet up. I must say that I have met beautiful and generous people that too many to name here but I hope we will all have wonderful year 2012 in term of health, prosperity and well being.
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25th December 2011 8:34am
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MaryT says...
All good wishes to you all and thank you Daleys for hosting this forum and providing excellent plants, advice and services throughout the year. Thanks to members' generosity I have learnt much and reaped rewards. Happy Growing in 2012. It's a fine, mild day in Hong Kong.
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MaryT
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25th December 2011 10:16am
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BJ says...
Hope everyone had or is having a Merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah, awesome kwanza and an awesome day. May the new year bring you lots of fruit and may your fruit flies be few and infertile.
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Theposterformerlyknownas
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25th December 2011 10:15pm
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snottiegobble says...
Thanks to Daleys I have met many cyber friends & learned a lot about gardening in all parts of Australia & even other countries, & I hope that my advice may also have been useful to others on the forum! Merry Xmas to all & a very fruitful 2012!
PS .2.5KG SP, Amanda ?, stop making everyone envious & hungry! :)
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snottiegobble
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25th December 2011 10:22pm
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Linton says...
Just wanna say Happy Christmas 2017 and may all your trees produce plentifully and bountifully in the coming year.

Another thing to be heeded in the new year is never say die when someone tells you something can't be done, anything is worth a try.

A classical example are these ultra tropical flowers from FNQ which I was told could never survive outside of their natural habitat. I have them planted in my back yard and they flower every year at Christmas ....surprised they are so easy to grow in Melbourne. To clarify for overseas readers, this species only grows in one very isolated location in Far North Queensland, Australia.

Look forward to having further conversations in 2018!
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23rd December 2017 10:01am
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