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Trees &amp; bonsai bags

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Greylocks starts with ...
Are the bonsai bags suitable for growing Tahitian limes and blackberry? If so what size and filling? Sue
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Grey

Most definitely, you can use grow bags to cultivate limes and blackberries. Start with 20 ltr grow bag and progress from there.

Haply gardening :-)
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Greylocks says...
Thank you.
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Julie says...
Fruitylicious1, the Bonsai bags are rather different to grow bags. I don't think they get any larger than 20l unless there has been a change.

Read the article 'Trees in Bags' to find out more about Bonsai bags.
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Julie

If you type in bonsai bags in Daley's search button bonsai bag sizes starts from 15 liters through to 35 liters. I wouldn't say that Daley's is incorrect with their merchandise sizes. We bought a few of them when we went to their Kyogle nursery last year. I am currently using some of them ATM and I would say they are alright.

Happy gardening :-)
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Julie says...
Fruity, like I said, "e;unless there has been a change"e;. I sent the "e;e;Trees in Bags' article to Daleys some years ago, when the plastic bags were 20 litres. There was also a larger shadecloth one meant to sit above ground.

Good to see they are still in business.
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Markmelb says...
Bonsai bags are the smaller volume - i have avos in the same brand of 100lt and 200lt - The best bags I have found are the fabric root pruning bags by Geopot - an Avo in a 45 gallon is growing amazing - they have from 1 gallon too - cheers.
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Julie says...
Mark, has the avo fruited yet? What sort of harvest can you get from a potted avo?
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Markmelb says...
I had about 12 on the Avo in 45gal Geopot last year - Avos prefer these pots as are wider and shallow vs the grow bags which are narrow and tall - this year is having a break and produced nil but has leafed up really well and if this winter is better than last years should get a good crop again - Cheers
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