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Julie's Edible Backyard

Joined: 26/11/08 Updated: 11/10/22 Frost:
Location: ROLEYSTONE

About My Edible Backyard


Why Julie Love's Edible Plants

Comments

Julie says... [4980 days 5hrs 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... [4980 days 4hrs ago]
Somehow the name of this got lost. It is called Southern European spinach. In Italy it is known as spinach.
Rick says... [3483 days 11hrs ago]
Julie, I would love some seville seeds if you can spare them thanks Rick
annie2341 says... [2772 days 15hrs 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
BRIAN18 says... [1597 days 10hrs ago]
Hi Julie. Do you have a kind of varied fruits farm with stuff for sale? I'm interested in figs, walnuts etc. Thanks, Brian.

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Fruit Tree Forum Contributions

Julie Forum Contributions
Mediterranean fruit fly nets - Lulu, As we only have medfly in WA I'm sure they would be fine. Andres, fruit fly traps work, but not enough to catch all the Medfly. They still get stung...632 days 5hrs
Seedless grape vine - Thanks Levi and jakfruit, I'll have a look at both of them. I so rarely have disease problems I've forgotten how to deal with them...676 days 13hrs
Seedless grape vine - What was the eco-fungicide that you used? I have some sort of fungus on my celery and don't want to use a chemical fungicide...681 days 6hrs
Mosquito deterrents - I find it a bit of a myth that any plant will deter mosquitoes - unless you actually crush them and apply to the skin. ..681 days 6hrs
Bush lemon tree - Bush lemons are very tough, probably the hardiest of the citrus. I have even seen one completely neglected in the middle of a paddock, still bearing fruit. The only pest that might be a problem is fruit fly, but as fruit ripens in winter it's un..709 days 13hrs

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Tree killing poison - Yes I was pruning my grape vine and saw this guy.. There is no limit to what our local council and state road authorities will go to in their efforts to save trees...Liked Answer 981 days 12hrs
Good english - I'll never date an apostrophe again. The last one was too possessive.....Liked Answer 1643 days 5hrs
Worth mentioning - you're way out of order s1. Not sure what's going on for you but there might be other more productive avenues for you to express yourself than these threads, especially getting aggressive etc. Give a help line - or somebody you care about- a cal..Liked Answer 3492 days 22hrs
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I am quite afraid - yrt you have been through a few identities already and it could be time to go back to Kert...Liked Answer 3717 days 10hrs


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