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Snottiegobble's Edible Backyard

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Red dragon fruit2 - Patience is a virtue when it comes to the prickly pendulous Dragon fruit, but here in SW WA this cactus will reward you with succulent fruit if you treat it just as you would other fruiting species! We have had ours 8 years planted in a large drum with a ..149 days 23hrs
Yuzu - Anyone had any luck growing Japanese yuzu, the ugly fruited prickly citrus with a fantastic scent? I was sent some seeds by a FB friend, & have one seedling that has survived to reach around 15cms! Very slow growing at this stage in a pot, & I wou..149 days 23hrs
Blueberry burst amp dwarf fruit trees and - I also used to have trouble with brushtail possums, but because they are so territorial we decided to feed them regularly with spoilt fruit from greengrocers throw outs. They got tame & came down every night for a feed on a tray instead of our roses, ..149 days 24hrs
Chilean guava ugni molinae - I live in the Bunbury area with generally 2 or 3 degrees less heat than Perth & wondered if a spot facing north but shaded by neighbours patio in the winter would be suitable for an Ugni ? I lost 3 young kiwi fruit in the same area 2 years ago & n..150 days 9hrs
Young yellow papaya leaves - Hi guys, been a long time since I posted thanks to FB ( got a bit carried away with it). I have strong green leaved papaya already with a couple of fruit forming, at the other end of the scale is this! I have tried trace elements, urea, potassium, dolomi..1611 days 10hrs

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