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Red_ms's Edible Backyard

Joined: 23/08/21 Updated: 02/05/23 Frost:
Location: MIDDLE PARK

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Dwarf fruit trees in pots - Julie, I have actually read it before. More than once. Unfortunately it wasn't very helpful as I do not have to luxury of having bags as my landlord has a ridiculously, extraordinarily, strict set of rules all around maintaining a particular visu..769 days 9hrs
Dwarf fruit trees in pots - I have always had an actual garden before now, so am pretty new to having to do everything in pots instead! Was hoping to get some advice from you all about whether or not, in your experience, the shape of the pot matters /makes significant difference ..770 days 13hrs

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Potted lemon tree problem - Hello, I suppose that to date we must have found the solution for this problem in your lemon. Or I hope so. Anyway, it seems important to highlight that what it says about the leaves of a more intense color is very strange. I think that what is really hap..Liked Answer 384 days 13hrs
Ants nests in pot plants - Hi everyone dont forget that the termites greatest enemy is the ant so far better to have ants under your pavers by the back door & in your pots. Having said that thankfully we dont seem to have the Argentine ants in WA that where in coastal Vic. Due to ..Liked Answer 1001 days 8hrs
Ants nests in pot plants - Diane, Ants in plant pots are a sure sign of an overly dry potting mix. Don't shoot the messenger. The presence of ants is merely a handy indicator telling you that you are under-watering.If you stop allowing your pots to dry out then they won't move..Liked Answer 1001 days 8hrs
Rare fruit swapsale in melbourne southeast1 - Hi I'm wondering if anyone who has surplus rare fruit (anything that cannot easily be bought in the shops) would like to swap or sell their fruits? We currently have prickly pears and are happy to swap them for white sapotes, any type of guava, wampi et..Liked Question 1001 days 8hrs
Fruit trees growing in pots successfully - Hi All, I would love to see other people's posting of their fruit trees successfully growing and fruiting in pots. I'ved attached photos of my babaco plants and dragan fruit plants growing in pots with some fruits on them as a start. ..Liked Question 1001 days 9hrs
The best potting mixsoil mixes for large - Hi All! Just wondering if anyone could offer advise on whats The BEST potting mix/soil mixes for LARGE pots that will be potted up with Dwarf Fruit Trees? Any *recipes* would be a great help...Liked Question 1001 days 9hrs
Question about repotting containerised fruit trees - I want to grow some dwarf trees in a large half wine barrel. e.g. peach and mulberry. If growing in such a large container, is there ever really a need to repot every two years? I imagine following that rule I would have a container the size of my ya..Liked Question 1001 days 10hrs

Inca Berry (Physalis peruviana)

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Update: 770 days 12hrs

Planted: 2022


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Rhubarb - Ever Red

Red_ms's Edible Fruits
Update: 770 days 12hrs

Planted: 2021

Growing: In a Pot

Sun/Shade: Full Sun


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Mulberry 'Majestic Dwarf' Morus nigra (Seedling)

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Update: 1001 days 10hrs

Planted: 2021

Growing: In a Pot

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun


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Dwarf Lemon - Eureka (Grafted) 9/10

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Update: 1001 days 10hrs

Planted: 2021

Growing: In a Pot

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun


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