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Dragonfruit identification - Definitely a Dragonfruit. If you have access to pollen from a different dragonfruit plant,have a go at pollinating it when it flowers next. One way I’ve found to check on flesh colour is to look at the newest plant growth and check the colour. White fl..38 days 14hrs
Dargonfruit help - I usually use strips of old towels/ sheets to train my dragonfruit up towards the top of the post, then switch to bailing twine when the plant has matured and hardened off. Never super tight, to allow room for future growth. Haven’t had any issues yet..42 days 1hrs
Dragon fruit size - Just so that you are aware, those are not Dragonfruit. They are epiphyllums. They will produce small, edible fruit, some of which are very tasty. Others, not so much. Can be pollinated with dragonfruit pollen, and vice versa👍..61 days 20hrs
Julie mango variety - Haven’t noticed any anthracnose as of yet, but will keep an eye on it. My Honey Gold is a slow, compact grower though. Not sure if that’s normal or not. ..147 days 13hrs
Julie mango variety - Hi Mike, What are the top five mangoes that you would recommend? I’ve got Maha Chanook and Nam Doc Mai, as well as seedlings of KP, R2E2 and Honey Gold. The Honey Gold fruited last season for the first time and was truly brilliant! Anthony..153 days 13hrs
Identify planttree1 - Sandpaper fig. ..155 days 13hrs
Poorly pecan1 - Hi Melissa, I’m no expert on pecans but I just planted 10 seedlins(about 6 weeks ago), and they all looked like this just before they dropped all of their leaves for winter. The stems still look good. ..276 days 23hrs
Abius in se qld - Just wondering if anyone has Abiu seeds for sale at the moment? I thought I’d give them a shot in the Lockyer Valley. We get a couple of light frost each year but the achacha seeds I planted last year are doing well, so maybe Abiu will do alright. Tha..321 days 14hrs
Dragon fruit20 - I can supply cuttings of this variety as well as many others. Email - rannman75 at gmail dot com Instagram for pics - lockyervalleydragonfruit Thanks, Anthony..328 days 12hrs
What citrus is this4 - So, I’ve decided to try and grow a few of these seeds to see what happens. I haven’t run into the man who grew these particular fruit, but I’ll start growing them anyway. ..331 days 14hrs
What citrus is this4 - I’ve discovered the name of the gentleman who dropped these particular variety into work, so when I see him next I will ask about it and hopefully find out what it is. A lot of people have suggested Lemonade, but from what I’ve seen it’s not likel..334 days 13hrs
What citrus is this4 - Picked a few of these(on the right), up at work thinking that they were limes. Shape was a bit weird, but the look was generally right. Smooth, thin skin, super juicy looking. Cut open the flesh is more orange than green, with a nice grapefruit flavour..339 days 12hrs
Apache pecan seedlings - So, out of the 10 seedlings I planted, could I end up with both A and B varieties🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 Sounds ok to me. As I’m really only growing them as a shade area in an awkward spot, some nuts are better than no nuts, I reckon! Thanks for th..346 days 12hrs
Suitable tree1 - Septic outlet? Does it have a hose and sprinkler system hooked up to it? Most septics these days have a lot of chlorine in the outlet water to kill all the bugs and germs. I use my septic water on anything non edible after letting it rest in a 1000lt..351 days 13hrs
Apache pecan seedlings - So given that it’s a hybrid, which make sense, how does this effect pollination in the future? Does this mean they can pollinate each other successfully ??? I don’t know much about nuts, only dragonfruit. ..351 days 13hrs


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