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Julie starts with ...
I ate some fruit and planted the seeds.
Seeds didnot grow so I recycled the soil. Could this be a Mangosteen ?????
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18th February 2008 4:51pm
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Kath says...
It's a fig of the strangling variety. A big fig, they make beautiful pot plants, bonsai's but if you plant it in the ground make sure you have plenty of space, best planted more than 50m from buildings, roads, etc.
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Julie says...
Kath of Cawongla, thankyou for your input. How would I have got these seeds.
We live 40km from town I make my own potting mix. The leaves on this plant are very large 30cm x 10cm plus some.
Prefers shelter from sun & wind.
Cheers Julie
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Scott G says...
Perhaps your soil was seeded from bird or bat droppings?
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