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Pinkabelle - Granny Smith

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Lucy starts with ...
Hi there. After feedback re growing the Pinkabelle and dwarf Granny Smith (was thinking of getting the Leprechaun variety maybe) in the outer Brisbane areas? (Postcode 4306) I have seen mixed reviews online and the positive ones have given me the itch to try. Just wondering if there is anyone here with first hand experience. Cheers. Louise
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PINE MOUNTAIN,4306,QLD
10th April 2020 9:01am
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Potty Bob 1 says...
I can vouch for Ana being suitable , I'm in NNSW coastal , fairly warm , plus have heard of them growing in Malaeny . Much like a delicious apple , but nicer , eat fresh .
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POTTSVILLE,2489,NSW
12th April 2020 4:16pm
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Lucy says...
Thank you! I’ll give it a crack anyway, you never know 😂👍
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14th April 2020 11:20am
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