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Treefrog starts with ...
Hello all, Wondering if anyone in Northern NSW is growing wampees? Would love to taste a Guy Siam and Yeem Pay and comparre the two ideally. Im in Mullumbimby but do head to Murwillumbah weekly. Not even sure when they are in season up here...Thanks!
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Treefrog
MULLUMBIMBY,2482,NSW
17th November 2020 10:01pm
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TyalgumPhil says...
I have both growing adjacent to each other for comparison, just outside Murwillumbah. No sign even of flowers yet but I will let you know, they fruit nearly every year for me
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MURWILLUMBAH,2484,NSW
27th November 2020 11:19pm
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Treefrog says...
So fantastic! Thanks TyagumPhil. Would love to take you up on that offer.Yes please keep me posted. I have young kids so thinking that the YP will be more to their taste. The pics I have seen of the trees on Daleys look beautiful. I am thinking to graft a scion onto a citrus because of space limitations. Apparently it is slow going but possible.. (Daleys only sell GS Scion wood though). I am up your way every couple of weeks there atm, and will keep a watch out on the forum. Thankyou
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28th November 2020 7:50am
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David01 says...
My grafted Yeem Pay has a lot of flowers this year (3 years old). Hope will taste the fruits soon. photo taken today at 10:00pm. Cheers
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CRAIGIEBURN,3064,VIC
28th November 2020 9:46pm
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TyalgumPhil says...
Treefrog my wampee trees didn't even flower this season. I pruned them heavily in autumn after having fruited heavily, maybe it set them back, although the new growth is quite spectacular. You're welcome to cuttings of both and there are a few seedlings around the base which are excess to my needs.
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