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Krasuey sapodilla1 - We are "e;Seeking Propagation material"e; on this item. So if you know anyone that can help us out please be in touch. Plants like this may never become available again until we find someone with the correct propagation material to propagate again..424 days 22hrs
Chill hours in fruit trees low chill high chill - Hi Cheryl 300-350 chill hours is considered low chill and likely something that you would get in most places on the Gold Coast. For Fruit Trees it means the time the temperature is spent below 7 degrees. Here is a blog on the topic that goes into a lot mo..467 days 21hrs
Fathers day vouchers - Vouchers expire after 12 months: Full features and FAQ can be found on the Gift voucher page here: http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/Fruit-Tree-Gift-Vouchers-Australia.htm..767 days 23hrs
Flowering kwan mango - Hi Scott, You need to cut off your flowers. With grafted plants they think they are 10+ years old ready to fruit however they need to put on new branches and leaf growth. If you leave the flowers on in the first 2 years you are going to stunt the growt..774 days 22hrs
Phalsa plant dead - Hi Samreen, Phalsa are deciduous so yes it is normal for them o have no leaves at this time of the year. ..881 days 16hrs
Feijoa graft - We just graft them onto seedlings Feijoa Plants here: http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/buy/feijoa-tree.htm..904 days 6hrs
Sweet granidilla - Hi Deb, sweet granadilla have heart shaped leaves that are a blueish-green colour. http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/buy/passionfruit-sweet-granadilla-tree.htm..913 days 16hrs
Paypaya - Hi Zed, you can prune the branches off it you feel your tree is too crowded, it will not hurt it. ..919 days 17hrs
Coffee tree1 - Hi Jam-man, coffee like a protected position and will not mind being in partial shade, if you have a morning sun and afternoon shade they will enjoy this. Check you have perfect drainage and that you plant is not too wet or too dry. ..919 days 17hrs
Fruitworms in hertiage raspberrirs - Hi Sandra, Net your raspberries and you will prevent the fruit fly from stinging the fruit and protect them from birds. ..919 days 17hrs
Cherry lapins - Cherries like a cold climate, they are ideally suited to climates such as the Blue Mountains. Have a look at the Minnie Royal it is the lowest chill and may be your best choice. ..919 days 17hrs
Curry tree growth rate - Hi Dave, it will take about 3 years approx to reach 2m depending on conditions. The foliage is very aromatic when cut or scrunched, but not pungent if left to be. Remove all flowers to prevent the fruit forming as it is potentially weedy and will seed rea..919 days 17hrs
Soursop baby tree - Hi Feng, we would recommend for you to remove all the flowers and fruit for the first two years to establish a strong and healthy tree. Let it fruit in its 3rd year ideally...919 days 17hrs
Michela alba - Hi Vicki, you would need to keep a Pak Lan pruned as they do grow much larger than the space you have for it...919 days 17hrs
Dwarf mulberry red shahtoot scales - Hi Jeremy, this is scale insect. You can use eco oil on it. Spray regularly as directed until you have them under control. A nail brush and soapy water will clean them off once they are dead. ..919 days 17hrs

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