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Where can i find mango trees in - Rakgar, I'm curious about what you can use mango leaves for?!..2582 days 11hrs
Blueberry varieties advice - I would guess you could try southern highbush and rabbit-eyes. 37 degrees is not all that high. Mine take 38 degrees without blinking. But they don't like to dry out so you MUST keep them mulched and well-watered during your summers which I know are very..2590 days 8hrs
Ice cream bean free to good home - Sorry Trumpy, I didn't say the Ice-cream bean tree was mine. It is growing near Wallaga Lake. We probably have a significantly milder climate around here than Candelo, but I guess you have researched your minimum temperatures. If you are driving throug..2709 days 7hrs
Summers coming quick - This is an amusing thread, so I couldn't resist reviving it. No-one has yet mentioned the hybrid problem. From Holland was invented F1 hybrid shallot seed in the 1990's, displacing the traditional French type shallots which were always planted by divis..2709 days 8hrs
Chocolate pudd tree - The following is only guesswork. It may be due to a lack of pollination if growing conditions are otherwise okay and the tree is old enough. I think some seedlings especially may need pollination. You may be able to work out if the flowers have male ..2893 days 8hrs
Chocolate pudd tree - The following is only guesswork. It may be due to a lack of pollination if growing conditions are otherwise okay and the tree is old enough. I think some seedlings especially may need pollination. You may be able to work out if the flowers have male ..2893 days 8hrs
Chocolate pudd tree - The following is only guesswork. It may be due to a lack of pollination if growing conditions are otherwise okay and the tree is old enough. I think some seedlings especially may need pollination. You may be able to work out if the flowers have male ..2893 days 8hrs
Chocolate pudd tree - The following is only guesswork. It may be due to a lack of pollination if growing conditions are otherwise okay and the tree is old enough. I think some seedlings especially may need pollination. You may be able to work out if the flowers have male ..2893 days 8hrs
Rangpur lime - Brad, I use a simple scientific method for all marmalades rather than a special formula. But I do find that the rangpur fruit soften and cook faster than other citrus. Use fresh carefully scrubbed fruit to avoid surface fungi, which are bad fo..2927 days 6hrs
Rangpur lime - MaryT - just found your message. No problem. Will wait til the fruit ripen in winter...3013 days 5hrs
Banana2 - Brad even a very small patch of a few square metres is enjoyable. They cope with a little bit of crowding and shade as long as you pre-emptively thin the suckers very well as time goes by so that you don't have a lot of crowded big stems.. Circles can al..3038 days 7hrs
Help identify this tree1 - I've got one too! Came in a pot from Daleys. Mine looks like Ficus rubiginosa, though the leaves are rather large so I'm not sure yet. But I am sure it is vigorous. It's heading for life in a paddock...3038 days 7hrs
Japanese citrus yuzu - To Tim of Auscitrus. Thanks for your advice. Do you have any opinion as to the likliehood of the old NSW yuzu stock being free of viral problems?..3049 days 6hrs
Lady finger banana - I like to leave the bell on. It continues to flower, producing male flowers, which smell nice and feed the honey-eaters. I still get good fruit, though I suspect commercially somone must have found some advantage in cutting them off..... maybe like those ..3049 days 6hrs
Rangpur lime - Julie I'm presuming Brad will help you out, but if you need seeds in the winter let me know, seeing as how I have one of your seville seedlings. The rangpur marmalade is a hit with me...3053 days 5hrs

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Dwarf Avocado - Pinkerton (A)

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Avocado - Sheppard (B)

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