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Joined: 26/11/08 Updated: 27/11/08 Frost:
Location: MT WAVERLEY


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Blackberries melbourne - Thanks for your reply Denise. We have had shade cloth over it one year and that made no difference. But we were only watering twice a week (as we do other fruit trees and they were fine). Many Chester blackberries are sold in nurseries in Melbourne - I wo..1189 days 2hrs
Blackberries melbourne - Hi Has anyone in inner Melbourne been able to harvest ripe thornless blackberries? I don't mean pick fruits from blackberry farms as their plants seem to all have thorns. We grow chester thornless. However, most of the fruit invariably get cooked by the ..1195 days 5hrs

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