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Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - HI Rich, We have Nam Doc Mai mango at Tempe, NSW in a sunny position. We got our first 6 full size mangoes this year. The tree is only about 3.5yrs old. The fruit was impressive in flavour. Far superior to other mangoes I have tasted. They almos..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - I've grow black sapote and panama berry successfully (in pots because of limited space)15km south of Wollongong near the coast so you shouldn't have a problem. Panama berry grew very quickly. Black sapote I regretted because it really does ta..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - It's been a while since I added some photos on here. Guavas (Hawaiian & Indian) FDJ Cherimoya Kiew Savouy Mango Grumichamas Paxton Prolific Atemoya Tamarillos, Feijoa Rollinia (biggest was 1.2kg) Check out more photos on my FB blog pa..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Hi Everyone, I was fortunate enough to visit Happy Earth's aka ( Rich and Alison ) garden a few weeks back. They were really nice down to earth people. Their garden is a sight to see and experience. We need more people like them to keep th..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Hi Peter, about Passiflora ANTIOQUIENSIS. you are right about the flower , it also has a ring of fine purple dots around the white ring. It is sweet and mild and in nz is called the vanilla passionfruit. it is very sweet but not sickly so and has a mild..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Hi Tony and others, tropical plants are doing better here recently perhaps due to global warming. Outside in the ground or barrels are; Cherimoya, Mango dwarf, Green sapote, Mamey sapote, Surinam cherry, Phoenix raspberry, Rio grande cherry, Garcinia..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Hello anonymous from sydney 18 may 2008. I think I saw a loaded tamarind tree on the fenceline on the left side of the road going from the hawkesbury river bridge to Penrith. on the 44 road I think. I didnt stop to verify it but am pretty sure. Th..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Hi Rich, I've have had success with Bosworth3 lychees, logan (Kola?), the fruits are excellent and seeds are small... they are definitely more superior than the ones sold in Woolies!). Last year my cherimoya finaly fruited, it took five long years..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Has anyone in Sydney seen a tamarind fruiting? I know they grow up down here but not sure if they will fruit?..Liked Question 962 days 6hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in sydneywollongongnewcastle3 - Hi Rich, Our custard apple tree is likely an African Pride variety. It has a prolonged fruiting process with flowers at end of summer and fruit not ripened until Sep-Oct. We consistantly getting about 25-40 fruit (~700g each) per season without a need..Liked Answer 962 days 6hrs


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