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Laislaa's Edible Backyard

Joined: 19/10/12 Updated: 19/10/12 Frost:
Location: Petersham

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Chuoi cau banana plant - I have Choi Chau and they fruit in Sydney - in fact, mine is putting out another bunch! They have elongated foilage and beautiful red-colorer stems. thetropicalgarden87@gmail.com..1020 days 1hrs
Unusual bananas for sale sydney - Vietnamese senorita, Bluggoe and Pacific Plantain. http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/petersham/plants/vietnamese-monkey-bananas-pacific-plantains-bluggoe/1099671640..1291 days 1hrs
Exotic vines - I LOVE this plant! and I found someone who sells it: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Tonkin-Vine-Pakalana-Thien-ly-fragrant-amp-edible-Telosma-cordata-RARE-/151478485644?..1703 days 15hrs
Where to buy plantains - Plantains will grow in Sydney. I grow a few, such as Bluggoe, Pacific Plantain. They do well To people north of Brisbane who feel it necessary to constantly tell us we can't grow anything please remember Sydney is not in the Antartic we can grow Mango..2022 days 3hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - I gardened on clay for many years; was difficult and things grew slow. I wish I had the loamy soil of Sydney's inner west. Just cause citrus grows well in clay doesn;t mean allplants do. Most dont..2079 days 16hrs
Male paw paw fruit - That explains why you occasionally get ones from the store with no seeds - they came from male plants!..2086 days 1hrs
Tree killing poison - haha some people have too much time on their hands. First of all, cutting/killing a tree is governed by local Council, not by State or Federal Laws. Secondly, if no-one reports you to Council nor has proof you killed a tree/removed a tree, Council can't ..2093 days 5hrs
Cassava tapioca plants found in sydney - So happy!! http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/petersham/other-garden/cassava-tapioca-plants-for-sale/1029789151 ..2100 days 22hrs
Cavendish banana1 - Hi GardenAustraliaWanabee I am growing this in Petersham, Sydney (actually closer to Stanmore & Newtown)..2111 days 5hrs
Pandanus amaryllifolius - Large Pandan plants now available in Sydney, near the city: http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/petersham/plants-pots/large-pandan-plants-in-sydney/1029056363 ..2111 days 5hrs
Coconuts2 - Don't know about the salt water. They just need to be dry in winter and preferably out of winds. But only work in the CBD to about Leichhardt/Petersham, and even then it would depend on microclimate, not all spots would be suitable. Anywhere west or sout..2111 days 14hrs
Cavendish banana1 - This is my Cavendish here in Sydney. it fruited about 16 months after planting a sucker. They grow quite upright and someone familiar with bananas will be able to recognise if it is Cavendish or not just by the leaves..2111 days 21hrs
Coconuts2 - They can be grown in Sydney in very, very limited circumstances. i remember seeing a clip on Burke's Backyard years ago about some coconuts growing successfully on the harbor. They have to be in full sand and planted in sand to not get wet in winter. The..2111 days 21hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Once you past lewisham/Summer Hill, the climate and soils change (drier weather, colder winters/hotter summers and more clay content). From Lewisham to about Newtown there are mild temps and more loamish soils; anything east of newtown comprises sandy soi..2215 days 5hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Clay soil it poor because those minerals are not released; they are held in clay where roots cannot penetrate them. To release them (with something like gypsum) would make them a lot better but without a lot of work they remain poor..2215 days 5hrs

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