Whyanbeel's Edible Backyard
About My Edible Backyard
Why Whyanbeel Love's Edible Plants
Started my own orchard 8 years ago whilst working for Andre Leu, mostly clay to loamy soils, high rainfall 4 - 5 metres, growing mostly mangosteens and durians with grumichama hedges, as wind breaks. challanges include fungal problems with the durians and scrub turkeys spreading mulch. reward, first mangosteens off two trees in january, approx 65 trees (mangosteens) so hopefully many more to come. Looking forward to a durian crop soon also approx 40 trees. Andre has been my inspiration, with many helpfull tips/ advice, along with others including Alan Carle, Deiter Kershner and Arden Dearden.
A very rewarding experience that i'm encouraging my two young sons to become involved in, by helping them plant trees and caring for them by taking ownership.
Future plans are to plant out another 60 durians on a easterly faceing slope, with the intention of one day deriving an income in retirement years.
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Whyanbeel's Edible Fruits
Update: 4711 days 16hrs
require sun protection for at least one to two years, fertilise at least four times a year, dynamic lifter and fish emulshion. all trees doing well, enjoying warmth and wet conditions
Fruiting Months January, February, December
Height 3 metres
Growing: In the Ground
Fruit Harvest: 6 kilograms per Year
First Fruited: 7 Years from purchase in pot
Sun/Shade: Medium Sun
Pollination: Self Pollination
Fertiliser or Organics Used: as above
When I Fertilise: Winter and Spring
pyrethrum on young trees to protect new growth
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