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Denise1's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: auckland NZ

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Figs dry fruit - I have seen fig in a container on a porch facing the sun. When the crop was ripe, water was withheld, and the crop dried beautifully on the tree. It was a really bushy fig variety about a metre tall with over 50 fruit on it. I dont know what variety it..6 days 19hrs
Hardy fruit varieties for a semiarid climate - You could grow native bush tucker plants. There are desert limes, quandongs, muntries, and more. They are perfectly adapted to the semi arid outback. They can fruit when conditions become too hard for conventional fruits. ..28 days 18hrs
Please help identify - They are yellow mangosteen, Garcinia xanthochymus They are a bit sour. ..32 days 15hrs
Ringbarked michelia alba grafted - First clean up the affected area and wrap it with plumbers tape or grafting tape.The inner bark can sometimes regenerate if done quickly and you could be surprised. Cut back the tree quite a bit to avoid drying out. paint any pruning cuts with water base..33 days 11hrs
Wanted tahitian chestnut inocarpus fagifer - Years ago in Auckland some fresh nuts were brought in from fiji by an indian fruiterer. Because the husks had all been removed by machete only one was entire enough to grow. It grew very vigorously in a greenhouse. I forgot what happened, maybe I sold it...36 days 14hrs

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