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Micarle's Edible Backyard

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Plant id2 - Kinda looks like a cercis ..1347 days 10hrs
What is this17 - Looks like Ficus pumilla ..1551 days 21hrs
Ifentify a tree - caster oil plant..1557 days 17hrs
Bush turkeys - Lyre birds!!! Very persistent..1930 days 19hrs
Cuttings seeds seedlings swap1 - Got some spare: Eugenia victoriana Eugenia Stipitata Pouteria lucuma I'm after some: Illicium verum Myrciaria vexator Annona salzmannii Got some other Annona on the way but not..2147 days 9hrs
Identify flower - Kigelia africana..2149 days 9hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Those plants pictured would have been grow in a heated area! I had one a few years ago but it didn't survive winter in the foothills of the blue mtns. I got it from a grower in Cairns..2155 days 18hrs
Rock passionfruit - passiflora maliformis also has a very hard shell..2225 days 18hrs
Gibberellic acid1 - Pheonix seeds used to sell it..2358 days 7hrs
Amelanchier and sweetberry - Yamina may have the Amelanchier..2427 days 21hrs
Figs cuttings - What in particular are you after?..2439 days 15hrs
Kwai muk artocarpus hypargyraeus - Joy the the single old tree is just outside the Gardens shop next to a large Rollinia you can't miss it.. there is only two trees in that bed.....2477 days 9hrs
Kwai muk artocarpus hypargyraeus - There is a really nice old tree in the syd bot gardens! The fruit tastes ok..2477 days 14hrs
Dwarf fig tree - Don't bother spraying it because its leaves are about to fall of for winter! Have a look at it in spring and if it needs spraying do it!..2480 days 14hrs
What is it4 - Maclura pomifera. Osage-orange or Horse Apple. ..2480 days 14hrs

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