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Juul's Edible Backyard

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Why Juul Love's Edible Plants

Living a gardener's dream in my cottage in the Northern Rivers.

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Juul says... [1032 days 23hrs ago]
I am looking for these fruit trees: Marmelada, Abiu, INDIAN ALMOND TREE, POSHTE, Allspice, JAMBOLAN PLUM, BAEL, Mundu Garcinia, WONGAI PLUM, VANILLA VINE, Neem tree, IMBE, Capulin Cherry, Babaco, Pitomba, Mashua, Chay. I also need a fruit-fly-proof fruiting stonefruit to graft onto my 18 year old apricot tree.
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Jackfruit11 - I have an area of no frost, South-East and shady/cool side of mountain, lots of sun, and humid, even in summer. Wanted to know what DIFFERENCE is between the 'seedling' and the 'seedling crisp' variety of Jackfruit as there are only two of these available..1218 days 3hrs

Jaboticaba 9/10

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I have an old tree and so impressed by the taste of fruit and harvest. I am planting seedlings all over my yard and calling it 'my vineyard' since they take so long to grow. They taste similiar to grapes or lychees but far better, in fact they are my ultimate favourite fruit. My parents have made their own wine from them.

Fruiting Months January, February, October

Planted: 1998

Height 5 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Fruit Harvest: 30 kilograms per Year

Sun/Shade: Full Sun

Water Given in: Spring

Pollination: No

When I Fertilise: Never

Question:

I have a few ideas and I am wondering if it is possible to speed up growth. Has anyone tried planting a few Jaboticaba's in one hole? Or perhaps pruning the bottom stems? Or fertilising with something in particular in springtime? I wonder if their native heritage gives any clues about how to possibly speed up growth.


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