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Mango tree shapeheight - Informative video I found while looking for advice on planting mango seeds. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=07_jFl-RjME..1582 days 16hrs
Exotic fruit in wa - Hi Chocit, Only places I can think of is Asian market Girrawheen, William St Northbridge and Wannaroo markets but you’ve probably tried already. Sometimes people sell fruit on Facebook page “Gardening Perth” but not too often. Mainly advice and sh..1582 days 16hrs
Mango tree shapeheight - Thanks for replies. The tree that I currently have I’ll let the branches go a bit longer before I do final branch-out cut, then leave alone for a couple of years until I get a better idea about its growth. I’ve seen some YouTube vids when initial he..1585 days 17hrs
Mango tree shapeheight - Hi, I know how to prune a mango to give it shape but not sure how this will affect future height of tree. I guess it will keep it shorter and more bushy. In the attached pictures, the small one is the one I have now and the other pic is of the ideal tre..1590 days 21hrs
Fig cuttings available - Do a trial run through express post or regular parcel post..1660 days 1hrs

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Mango tree shapeheight - I keep ours as compact as possible and we still managed to get about 20 mangoes per tree this season. This one is a KP seedling and it was cut off at about 30cm from the ground once established. https://www.facebook.com/urbanfruitfarmer..Liked Answer 1585 days 18hrs
Mango tree shapeheight - The ones on the right pic are still very large...you will need a very long stick to pick the fruits from tree's like that. you can keep them smaller if you want to be able to pick fruit easy. I like them when they start to branch at 50 cm high in..Liked Answer 1586 days 3hrs
Panache fig tree - Just an update on my 1-1/2 year old espaliered LSU Gold fig. Growing nicely in 45 ltr pot with heaps of fruits to boot. I'll gonna post my 1-1/2 yr old black Picone fig tree when the fruits are a little bit bigger. Happy gardening everyone 😎..Liked Answer 1734 days 24hrs
Growing avocado in melbourne - This is kind of what I'm hoping for :)..Liked Answer 2133 days 24hrs
Finger lime fruiting - Hi Christy According to finger lime professional growers, finger lime fruits should be thinned for the first three years which will help tree growth and establishment. After 3 years the tree will be ready for the initial serious fruit production. If yo..Liked Answer 2147 days 18hrs
Fig cuttings available - hi all, just finished starting about 100 desert king cuttings and have some left over for $10.00 ea. plus postage. also available for $10.00 ea. are black genoa, white genoa, cape white, white adriatic, lemmon lennie, black turkey, deanna, st..Liked Answer 2148 days 0hrs
Panache fig tree - Hi Danny333, I use 50l clear plastic container (for storage) to grow all the cuttings or seedlings, which keep them moist and warm. I spray rubbing Alcohol solution 1:3 (1 Alcohol: 3 Water) if there is a sign of fungus. Cheers..Liked Answer 2148 days 1hrs
Panache fig tree - Here are my new Panache cuttings kindly given to me by Kim14. I’ve decided to keep it simple and root them in water as it has worked for me in the past. Hopefully a few of them will take. ..Liked Answer 2148 days 18hrs
Dwarf mandarin imperial root system - Hi Brad You read it right, I have a espaliered jaboticaba. I thought if doing it because I haven't heard or seen one before. That's what motivated me to be different. Happy gardening :-)..Liked Answer 2161 days 19hrs
Dragon fruit - The stump will eventually rot. You can slow it down by putting a galvanized pier/post cap on it, as palms will rot from the inside out if the core gets damp. At the end of the day you will be better off heading down to the local farm store and getting a 2..Liked Answer 2169 days 23hrs
Wanting to buy a cherimoya tree - Hi Tolga The secret of buying a cherimoya tree from Daley's successfully is you have to religiously monitor the availabilty once a week every Wednesday sometimes on a Tuesday when they update their stock. Due to its high demand and low supply the ch..Liked Answer 2181 days 15hrs
Blooming mango trees - The Alphonse trees tend to be a spreading canopy like yours.... I would put a post in the ground to support & after fruiting then look at trying to get upright growth at the branches by pruning off any sideways growth...Mike..Liked Answer 2192 days 23hrs
Panache fig tree - Peter3000 I would be interested in the Spanish Dessert except as you suggested it is a Smyrna; here's what I read online: "Ficus ..Liked Answer 2196 days 18hrs

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