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Chris 's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: SYDNEY


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Size on limoncello - When you verify your info off a Facebook page then you really are headed for confusion. The FB post actually says 'supposedly', so there is already a degree of doubt. For some reason kim you keep peddling the idea that limoncello is 1) a named variety..1464 days 18hrs
Bergamont seed - Pay a visit to Engalls. They have all manner of unusual citrus. Grafted. http://www.engalls.com.au/Citrus/UnusualVarieties/tabid/62/Default.aspx..1469 days 2hrs
Rangpur lime - Diggers do sell the limequat...1489 days 0hrs
Multiple trees in one hole multigrafted trees - Duo planting may be fine for the dry, low humidity of So Cal, but in areas of humidity it requires far more management and more spraying, beyond the spare time of many...1491 days 22hrs
Size on limoncello - The lemon variety used in Italy for limoncello is Santa Teresa Feminello. I doubt it is available in Australia, but Boris you should know?? I have tried a home made version made with Lisbon lemons and it was far superior to those available from Dan Murph..1500 days 12hrs

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Spring quiz competition iii - 1. A wireless handheld device. 2. The oldest but most popular. 3. Infidel citrus. 4. If Popeye the Sailor Man was a fruit. 5. Legume gelato. 6. What Tasmania and Chile have in common. 7. What’s good for the berry is good for the gander. 8..Liked Answer 1465 days 14hrs
Lemon seedless - Just came across a new variety of Eureka Lemon - seedless. (And no, I don't get any royalty from the sale of this plant.) As this was something new, so naturally I just had to have it. :) This one is sourced from South Africa and was released only i..Liked Answer 1465 days 20hrs
Passionfruit30 - I'm a bit inclined to run with Waterfall and Sternus on this. (I didn't think Waterfall's response left any room at all for doubt which he thought was better). My first passionfruits were panama red seedlings given to me by an old tree-grower who had ..Liked Answer 1516 days 21hrs
Blueberry plants1 - Hello, I bought 4 bluebeery plants froma well known 'big box' store. They grew new growth, got tonnes of flowers and delicious fruit, then 6 months later, are all but dead. I suspect from my research, it was root rot. How can I prevent this from happeni..Liked Answer 1620 days 1hrs
Please help identify this citrus - Leaves do look like sublime leaves but sublime is quite upright and compact. I think it could be West Indian lime. (Btw, I have euraka, Tahitian, and sublime only, I don't have Meyer or West Indian to compare) ..Liked Answer 1675 days 1hrs
Plug for tamborine dragonfruit farm - He's a nice guy but yeah, Pretty disorganised. I don't think I'll seek out any more dragons, at this point I'm just working on getting more of the ones I have. By the way that thing I thought was going to be a Harrisia turned out to be an epiphyllu..Liked Answer 1714 days 14hrs
Fig - I couldn't agree more...Liked Question 1748 days 0hrs
Bunya - My tree is 30yrs old and I am just now really learning about it. This year it produced cones and from the descriptions read, it is female. Doesn't the Bunya need male & female to produce cones? It has never been around other Bunyas;how did this happen?..Liked Answer 1751 days 16hrs
Heirloom seeds - Hi , new at vegetable gardening and sprouting just want to get healthy! Any tips on what to grow would be appreciated Regards Dawn..Liked Answer 1752 days 23hrs
Graviola tree or soursop - The soursop is a tropical tree, hardy in a tropical climate but not elsewhere. The Cape Tribulation Exotic Fruit Farm sells the leaves the next harvest is in Jan 2015. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1snldImY8s8HKXrSW_g-VDuVX1BRT1A_znieqZk1cMTc/viewfor..Liked Answer 1774 days 0hrs
Rock dust zeolite etc supplies in perth - Just a quick note. A lot of kitty litter is actually sodium bentonite which is a super absorbent clay that is not really good for anything except cattle feed, kitty litter, and sealing leaking dams. ..Liked Answer 2100 days 13hrs
Cera trapsbarmac - To be fair, it is a Spainish co. where only Med fly exists. Unfortunately QLD f fly's first preference is ripe/ripening fruit. ..Liked Answer 2122 days 23hrs


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