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Ronnie's Edible Backyard

Joined: 13/08/10 Updated: 13/08/10 Frost:
Location: Seven Hills

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Rare fruit swapsale in melbourne southeast1 - I thought the Bael tree had arial rooting. So if it comes out somewhere it will start to germinate. It is usally planted in spring or summer and should not be placed in realy hot temp. ..5005 days 7hrs
Rare fruit swapsale in melbourne southeast1 - I thought the Bael tree had arial rooting. So if it comes out somewhere it will start to germinate. It is usally planted in spring or summer and should not be placed in realy hot temp. ..5005 days 7hrs
Rare fruit swapsale in melbourne southeast1 - I thought the Bael tree had arial rooting. So if it comes out somewhere it will start to germinate. It is usally planted in spring or summer and should not be placed in realy hot temp. ..5005 days 7hrs
Rare fruit swapsale in melbourne southeast1 - Bael Tree Dear Rev, Can you send me the Bael Tree root so that I can plant it now as it is warmer and best time to plant it. My email is ronnie_daraja@hotmail.com. Thanks..5038 days 6hrs
Rare fruit swapsale in melbourne southeast1 - I am also looking for Aegle Marmelos. If you have find same can you let me know please. Thanks Ronnie..5161 days 9hrs

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