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Culebra's Edible Backyard

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

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Trees that grows in south east melbourne - hey where do you get holy basil? i used to have one but lost it recently. have tried it from seed several times in the past, but always with very poor germination rates. ..5114 days 4hrs
Guava tees in melbourne - I see them for time to time, they are quite common, but only the strawberry guava. People don't know what they are so they let them rot on the tree/ground.... same deal with feijoa, pomegranate (especially!), persimon, quince, figs etc etc. such a waste..5122 days 4hrs
Tropical tree growing advice for a melbournian - That'd be awesome if you could get it to grow in Melbourne! ;) They would be a great alternate to those common palms in St Kilda, mordy etc. (Phoenix canariensis?) lol i'm dreaming. ''but I am intrigued to find out if they grow indoors, in..5122 days 4hrs
Weed alert - Have heard that Coffea arabica has naturalised in north Qld from where it has escaped from existing or abandoned plantations, as has Murraya koenigii which i think is also present in a semi-naturalised state the northern territory. Just be vigilant and ..5228 days 11hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - As seen above, mangoes will definitely grow in Melbourne. I used to know of a mango tree in the eastern suburbs a few metres tall, didn't see it flower or fruit though. not sure if it is still there or not. Also a nursery in south east Melbourne h..5239 days 14hrs

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