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Best sweet jujube varieties - Do jujube trees grow and fruit well in tamworth? ..1507 days 23hrs

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Best peach or nectarine variety - Hi Nonny These peach varieties fits your requirements; late season, self fertile, high chill and excellent taste: a)Golden Queen peach b)Redhaven peach c)Fragar peach. You can pre-order them now at Woodbridge Nurseries at $30.00 a pop + delivery or at ..Liked Answer 1504 days 9hrs
Best peach or nectarine variety - Do you like white or yellow, cling or freestone? I personally prefer yellow, but that is just my preference. Some friends prefer white. I grew up with an Elberta peach tree, so Elberta has become my standard (and probably my favourite, even if nostalgia..Liked Answer 1504 days 9hrs
Best peach or nectarine variety - Hi again, Since Fruity has also suggested Fragar, I just want to re-affirm that they are white peaches, and are cling stone. Just so you know. If you are considering using them in traditional recipes, like pavlovas, trifles etc, then maybe yellow f..Liked Question 1504 days 9hrs
Best peach or nectarine variety - I am wanting advice on the best flavoured peach or nectarine to grow in a cold climate, self fertile, pref late Jan harvest. ..Liked Question 1504 days 9hrs


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