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What kind of tree - Hard to see since an actual picture doesn't appear with the post, but from the thumbnail image they look like Tuckeroo (Cupaniopsis anacardioides) to me. Being in Bicentennial Park and the time of year you found them, that kind of makes sense, but a ..29 days 17hrs
Pears4 - Hi Matthew, If my memory serves me correctly, Engadine is out Camden way right? I think it's far enough from the coast, and being SW from the hub of things, I'd also guess that you're just outside the main metro heatsink, but I don�..31 days 11hrs
Pistachio1 - Along with what jakfruit has already suggested, I'd be interested in how many of them end up being 'blanks'. A certain proportion of pistacios are commonly known to develop without a seed inside (known as a blank). I've heard that t..74 days 15hrs
Walnut placentia dormancy - Hi Becca, My walnuts are now breaking dormancy. Hope you've got some action now. I feel your pain when it comes to unfamiliar dormant trees ... can be nerve racking for the first year or two until you become familiar with them. Best of luck...89 days 16hrs
Walnut placentia dormancy - Hi Becca. I have a few Walnut varieties on the NSW Central Coast and also in northern NSW. At both of these locations, they are very slow to break dormancy and they have quite a short growing period. Over the 4 years or so I've had them, they haven&#..99 days 17hrs

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Cotton candy - Heard Woolies had some Cotton Candy grapes and got some to try today - well typical American Marketing - they dont taste at all like its name - not overly sweet - agreeable flavour but not my bag - prefer Sultana or Thomson seedless and Black Sapphires.So..Liked Answer 328 days 8hrs
Guava mexican cream - Does anyone know if wallabies like the leaves on this tree? ..Liked Answer 357 days 8hrs
Mystery plant id needed1 - Help needed again with this flowering/fruiting tree photographed near Kerala in South India..Liked Question 545 days 10hrs
Brasil nut - Where can i buy a plant or some viable seeds??? I live in the foothills of the Blue Mountains and know of two trees growing near by, but i don't know the owner, mite try to get some prop material!! Does anyone have any thoughts on this Nut M..Liked Question 545 days 10hrs
Dwarf mandarin imperial root system - Hi Md Now if you are really keen on planting a dwarf mandarin in a limited space and depth you can address both. First the depth, why not raise the garden bed that you are planting.By raising the bed by 12 inches or more the root system will have m..Liked Answer 552 days 14hrs
Pistachio nut seeds - Brad16 The ones you ate and were nice are the females. I hope you get germination - mine were surprisingly fast from fresh Feb fruit. They are almost big enough to graft. If you search you will see the actually graft to an extremely hardy and dis..Liked Answer 573 days 8hrs
Russet apples - Hi guys, Anybody know where I could procure a Russet Apple variety tree in Sydney? Preferably in person as shipping rates are both high and delivery can be untimely. I grew up in England and have fond memories of eating small and firm brown apples t..Liked Question 993 days 14hrs


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