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Nossojardim's Edible Backyard

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Cherimoya12 - Very nice! How old is your tree? ..615 days 11hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Markmelb - == FRUITING Have only really fruited a few things so far, all are pretty young (none older than 5 years). Just citrus (yuzu, sudachi), Babaco, some Guavas (Brazilian, Strawberry) and Tamarillo as far as subtropical/tropicals are concerned. ..615 days 11hrs
Lychee tree melbourne frosting - Agreed. It might not be until late Sept/Oct that you see signs of recovery. But if it's not completely dead then it'll probably be fine once it's warmer...688 days 21hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Also I have a surplus of seedlings I've propagated. Would be open to trades, etc. Most were started in Feb - May of this year. These include: - Salak (very sour, but sparsly thorned thai variety) - Lepisanthes sp. (highly ornimental, but fruit ..688 days 22hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Looks absolutely amazing Mark! I've stumbled upon this forum post a few times but never posted. I'm growing about 60 or so subtropical/tropical fruit in Melbourne's inner north (full list below). Most of my plants are no more than a coup..688 days 22hrs

Grumichama - Orange (Seedling)

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Update: 1490 days 14hrs

Comments: - Very ornamental glossy leaves. Cold tolerance is better than the Black Grumichama. Growing in Melbourne lost 50% of leaves outside in first year, compared to the Black Grumichama which completely defoliated (but recovered by Summer). Not expecting it to fruit anytime soon, but is a fairly vigorous grower. 

Planted: 2019

Height 65 Centimetres

Growing: In a Pot

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Spring


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