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Julie's Edible Backyard

Joined: 26/11/08 Updated: 29/08/10 Frost: Low
Location: Roleystone, WA, Australia

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Julie says... [3094 days 24hrs ago]
If I am going to use precious water and fertiliser, I want to eat it. But I like growing edible plants because I grow them organically, so they are not treated with synthetic chemicals. But I also grow a few flowers - food for the soul!
Julie says... [3094 days 24hrs ago]
Somehow the name of this got lost. It is called Southern European spinach. In Italy it is known as spinach.
Rick says... [1598 days 6hrs ago]
Julie, I would love some seville seeds if you can spare them thanks Rick
annie2341 says... [887 days 10hrs ago]
Hi Julie, I know you haven't used this account in a while but since it's the right season thought I'd check in and ask if you have any Sevilles fruiting? I'd love some seeds and would be more than willing to pay you for the trouble! Cheers

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Looking for fig cuttings andtrees - Good luck getting that through customs!..4 days 23hrs
Need to order again - Thuyar, send your question to 'shop' at top left. This is a Q and A forum for backyard growers...28 days 1hrs
Pot plantings - I have a lot of plants in pots, but they never touch the ground. They are all raised on bricks or slabs to prevent the roots going into the ground. This can happen with any plant Alternatively, roots can go up into the pot from surrounding trees. Eit..57 days 23hrs
Avocado help - It looks like salt burn. Is that possible? ..74 days 8hrs
Leaves1 - A photo would be useful. Some nutrient deficiencies are hard to tell apart, eg magnesium and manganese. Best not to feed the tree till you are sure you know what it needs. This a useful site: www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/agriculture/horticulture/citrus ..90 days 0hrs
Whats been eating my watermelon tree - Linton, I've never heard of watermelon berry bush. Do you know the Latin name?..90 days 23hrs
Hedge plants not growing - 5 is pretty low, so not construction waste then. Acidity may be the problem, but it will be interesting to compare to the ones growing well. Whenever a plant is not doing well, and I know it has been cared for, I reach for the pH kit. So often it turns..103 days 1hrs
Mandarin plant curling3 - I think you answered your own question! Too much sun too fast...109 days 5hrs
Bare tree roots - I had a Rangpur lime that looked like this. I covered the roots with compost and it was fine. Just go up to the trunk and no further - probably OK to leave some of the root exposed. BTW, you have a few nutrient deficiencies there. I would give it tra..109 days 5hrs
Bare tree roots - I would mulch it well. You won't get collar rot in the roots, only if it comes in contact with the trunk. The roots are usually covered anyway...111 days 1hrs
Hedge plants not growing - It may be worth checking the pH around the duds and comparing to the ones growing well. Could be construction waste dumped at some point. They look more like pittosporum species eg 'screenmaster' to me, but it's a bit hard to see...111 days 1hrs
Cardamom5 - What is cardamom ginger? Haven't come across that one. I used to have cardamom,which grew prolifically, but I was told it would never seed where I live. It needs a truly tropical climate to bear fruit...121 days 8hrs
Bush lemonmandarin - Mine are around 2.5 cm. the tree is seedling grown, not from cuttings, so that may make a difference. It has a smooth skin, definitely not puffy. Maybe the particular variety of mandarin they crossed with would account for variations? My plan was to ma..126 days 1hrs
Tamarillogrowing from cuttings - I have noticed commercial Tamarillo growers here in WA grow them under shade cloth, so they may not need full sun - depending on your climate,..126 days 1hrs
Bush lemonmandarin - My Rangpur limes are tiny compared to a lemon or mandarin, and extremely sour. Doesn't sound like mine...130 days 1hrs

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