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Julie's Edible Backyard

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

About My Edible Backyard

Why Julie Love's Edible Plants


Julie says... [2760 days 17hrs 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... [2760 days 17hrs ago]
Somehow the name of this got lost. It is called Southern European spinach. In Italy it is known as spinach.
Rick says... [1263 days 24hrs ago]
Julie, I would love some seville seeds if you can spare them thanks Rick
annie2341 says... [553 days 4hrs 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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Fruit Tree Forum Contributions

Julie Forum Contributions
Worms in guavas - Fruit fly. Search in the box top right...5 days 19hrs
Mimosa - Mimosa is the name that used to be given to wattles (acacias). Try Googling scented wattle or acacia. There are many varieties...7 days 17hrs
Bush lemons - Type in 'Trees in Bags' in the search box, There is a fairly lengthy article on Bonsai bags which may interest you. I don't know if these are still available, or if Daleys still stock them, but have a look...8 days 18hrs
Tutorial marcotting in steps air layering - Thanks Correy. Is there a time of year when it is best to do this?..20 days 18hrs
Tutorial marcotting in steps air layering - Correy, would it work on blueberries? They rather hard to propagate by cuttings...24 days 0hrs
Unhappy apricot - Kath, I can't help with your problem, sorry. My Newcastle died last year - it was very old. I wondered where you bought yours, as it is an old-fashioned variety and rarely seen these days...24 days 0hrs
Possums and paulownia - John, is there a red pawlonia? Never heard of it. Mine are the usual light purple colour. I was given a Sapphire seedling once which was supposed to be blue, but it didn't survive!..25 days 18hrs
Possums and paulownia - Possums use my paulownia as a jumping off point to get to the roof, but I haven't noticed any damage. It is quite a large tree. But beware of planting near the house - it has cost me a fortune in plumbing bills to remove roots from pipes! They also ..28 days 18hrs
Yellow leaves1 - No picture!..40 days 18hrs
Do you have a pulasan tree - Who are you asking?..42 days 19hrs
Seville orange from seed how long before - You could email me at julwood at iprimus dot com dot au. I'm sure you can work that out - it's a safe way to put email addresses online :)..43 days 16hrs
Seville orange - It always surprises me how well they germinate when planted, but I have never had a single volunteer seedling under the tree! ..43 days 16hrs
Finger lime flowers - And???..46 days 20hrs
Seville orange from seed how long before - Danica, it is too late in the year now, they are all gone. I will have more in August/September...47 days 23hrs
Seville orange - It's too late for seeds now. My last few fruit rotted on the ground. I should have more in August/September this year...49 days 19hrs

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