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Applenut's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: California, USA

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Pinkabelle apple tree - Wazza; Fuji is notorious for taking about 5 years to start to fruit; you may get onsie-twosies a few years, but bears heavily and reliably after that. Some people get discouraged and pull it out right before it really starts to let loose. You will ha..4858 days 20hrs
Blueberry - Here in California blueberries are grown commercially in fields that the farmers bring in large tankers of sulfuric acid to inject into the soil to lower the pH. That's not a viable option for the homeowner (don't even think about it) but lowering the ..5150 days 4hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Shana; Sorry, but they're still undergoing testing and are a few years from distribution. Once they're released you'll probably find them from Dave Wilson Nursery or other wholesale nurseries that sell to retail nurseries (not big box home stores)...5157 days 10hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Don't worry about the trees not losing their leaves; in a few years they will figure out where they're at and start behaving normally, dropping most of their leaves no matter how little chill you have. I've tried leaving the leaves on and stripping th..5174 days 9hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Here in warm Southern California both Pink Lady and Granny Smith are quite productive, as they also are over by the coast where winters and summers are both much more mild. Granny Smith starts bearing earlier in life than Pink Lady, and both have stran..5233 days 2hrs

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