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Noisymina1's Edible Backyard

Joined: 00/00/00 Updated: 15/11/17 Frost:
Location: LOGAN VILLAGE

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Fruit tree novice pruning help - Google is your friend. I search each tree I want to know about - and if I want to prune it, just add the words "e;How to prune"e;. Short of having your own expert next door or something, it works quite well IMHO. ..1386 days 11hrs
Dwarf cherry1 - Thanks for that. Yes, any shoots below the graft are removed, as with all my trees. I have already pruned back once, but was afraid to do it again. Will do it again late summer as you suggest. Hopefully, some lower branches will sprout next spring..1454 days 13hrs
Sick persimmon - I now have TWO unhealthy dwarf Persimmons and really was sure to be ever so careful with the second one - just in case I had done something wrong with the first one. Would like to know what the problem is too! ..1463 days 4hrs
Dwarf cherry1 - My dwarf Cherry (one to two metres) is already two metres and heading for the sky, even after it has been pruned back. I chose a dwarf in the hope we might be able to net and reach the fruit - if there is any - but I'm baffled as to the height of this tre..1463 days 4hrs

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Suggestions white sapote trees in melbourne - Don't worry about that Damian. They should be fine. It takes time to adapt to the new environment. I remember mine was like that when I first had them. We eat and throw seeds in the garden and the seedlings survive well over winter until I pull them out...Liked Answer 1381 days 7hrs
Fruit tree novice pruning help - Oh - and No- autumn is not a good time to prune fruit trees. Do it in late winter (to mid-spring in cold areas) and the plant will start to take off after the pruning. Late summer and autumn for flowers. Don't worry though, you haven't done any har..Liked Answer 1383 days 3hrs
Fruit tree novice pruning help - Good advice noisym. Can I just add, look at plants that have been pruned by experts and try to get yours to look the same. Neglected trees or trees not pruned properly in the first place need slightly different treatment from established trees which hav..Liked Answer 1383 days 3hrs
Passion fruit7 - I have solved the problem of passionfruit leaves being eaten. I have a relatively new plant that was growing well when it suddenly started being eaten in the way described in this series of posts. I happened to have some crushed garlic in a jar in my frid..Liked Answer 1386 days 11hrs
Dwarf cherry1 - My dwarf Cherry (one to two metres) is already two metres and heading for the sky, even after it has been pruned back. I chose a dwarf in the hope we might be able to net and reach the fruit - if there is any - but I'm baffled as to the height of this tre..Liked Answer 1454 days 13hrs

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Noisymina1's Edible Fruits
Update: 1165 days 9hrs

Fruiting Months November

Planted: 2016

Qty: 2

First Fruited: 1 Years from purchase in pot

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Pollination: No

Fertiliser or Organics Used: organic composts/manures

When I Fertilise: Yearly


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