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Growing avocado in melbourne - If I may add here, although it's not strictly about avocados, I would encourage anyone to grow trees from seed if they are patient enough. I have 3 of those. 1 nectarine tree, 1 apricot and the avocado in those pics above. The nectarine and the apri..3150 days 14hrs
Growing avocado in melbourne - vlct - I gather you are from Adelaide, I see Glenelg there, so be the judge when it comes to heat. In my first post, you can see in pic number 2 a white house, that's my neighbor's house and that direction is towards West, roughly 2 km away from Henley ..3150 days 14hrs
Growing avocado in melbourne - Thank you Jason for the good advice and info. You are right, we picked them too early and one of them was ripened only on 75 of its volume, it had a bit of hard slice on one side but the other side and a half was perfectly edible. Actually I had no id..3150 days 14hrs
Growing avocado in melbourne - Thank you Brandon, all I can tell you is the fruit were large, same size like in the stores, but the stone inside was very small, offering us plenty of thick flesh around that seed. It was actually much smaller that the one I planted which was huge compar..3150 days 17hrs
Growing avocado in melbourne - Hi everyone, I've read most posts on this page, probably for 2 hours :D because I want to learn how to take care of my avocado and most of you seem to know about that a lot. I don't live in Vic, I live in SA, actually in Adelaide. I planted my avoc..3184 days 8hrs


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