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I am a retired veterinarian and resided in Sydney for over 22 yrs. My initial interest in gardening was confined to flowers mainly bulbs and roses. We have a few trees but mainly for shade more than anything else. Has been into veg gardening for a few years now and confined only to beans, peas, ladysfingers, chives, chillies and only fruit trees are ornamental like pears and 3 in 1 plums,  apricot  and nectarine (almost 10 years) but didn't, have the opportunity to taste any as the birds possum and bats get to them first. Currently we are bent to fruit trees and vegetable. We are selective in our choices as we do not have enough space in out backyard. The soil type is clayey. A big challenge for us now will be, to have a few fruit bearing trees and vegetable garden and keep the bats, bird away. We have quite a few gardening reference books to hep us. Our rewards will be seeing our project a success.

Plants: Jacaranda, plum apricot nectarine, Pak Lan (Michelia), roses, krab apple, azalea, hydrangeas, weeping cherry,  fiscus, dahlia, daffodils, hippeastrum, agapanthus , lilies,  bromeliads and cactus. 


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Plum - Gulf Ruby

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Mango - Bowen Seedling

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