Fruitbatty's Edible Backyard
About My Edible Backyard
Why Fruitbatty Love's Edible Plants
orchard??? rather one fairly small garden facing north and 2 smaller patches on the south side, one facing east and the other west. i imagine far greater things than the site and the soil can offer, and persist in reaching for exotic and unusual edibles. i also gather plants providing white scented flowers.
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Fruitbatty's Edible Fruits
Update: 4172 days 18hrs
Comments: - I'd love to have something exciting to report about the trees I bought last year. The best i can tell you is that they all survived the drought and heatwave Melbourne didn't enjoy last summer. The Lemon Myrtle is now 30 cms tall, and the Carob - on my nature strip - is managing to grow quietly with minimal attention. The Carob and Duffy Feijoa bought for a friend ended up staying in pots for over 6 months. That baby Carob flowered very prettily in its pot, producing dusty pink catkins, though fortunately no fruit.
Height 50 Centimetres
Growing: In the Ground
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