Deva's Edible Backyard
About My Edible Backyard
Why Deva Love's Edible Plants
They are good for health!
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Curry leaf tree in melbourne - I have seen a few curry leaf plants at Trash & Treasure (Sunday) market in Wantirna recently sold from $8 to $25.There is a guy selling his plant about 50 cm high for $8. Also, you can buy these plants about 150 cm for $15 at CARIBEAN GARDEN market in Sco..1024 days 14hrs
Curry leaf tree in melbourne - Hi, Yesterday I saw a few curry leaf plants, very healthy and about 1 metre tall, sold for about $30 at Wantirna (Vic)(close to Knox Private Hospital)Trash & Treasure Market which is open every Sunday morning. ..2705 days 22hrs
Curry leaf tree in melbourne - Last weekend on Sunday (3rd March)at Wantirna Trash & Treasure market I saw small curry leaf plants for sale @ $6 each...3123 days 0hrs
Curry leaf tree in melbourne - Hi Mano! My curry plant has grown upto 1.5 metres. It looks healthy now but I am worried when the winter comes.What is the best time to prune so that it would branch out sideways? By the way how tall your plants which are for sale. I met some people in Wa..3845 days 17hrs
Curry leaf tree in melbourne - I have a good news! I covered the stem of my plant with a 100mm plastic tubing to protect from damaging by my pet rabbits roaming around in my property. To my surprise after a couple of weeks I saw a few new shoots appeared inside the tubing. I waited til..3895 days 13hrs
Deva's Edible Fruits
Update: 3845 days 16hrs
I like the taste. It tastes like guava which I ate a lot as a kid in my country as we had a hugh tree.
Fruiting Months January, February, March, December
Height 1.8 metres
Growing: In the Ground
First Fruited: 3 Years from purchase in pot
Sun/Shade: Full Sun
Pollination: Self Pollination
When I Fertilise: When Fruiting
othing done so far
I have 4 plants.One is 1.8 metre high and it has about 10 - 15 fruits in it first time. Others are very small but 1 tree has only 1 fruit.What is the best time to prune so that it grows upto 1.5 metres high and then branch out. I had a tree like a bush in New Zealand but it never had any fruit for sometime. Oneday I cut some branches only to reduce the area that it was occupying. To my surprise the following year we had a lot of fruits but most of them fell off due to wind (windy Wellington). Some one asked me to put a net under the tree so that they can be collected without soil.
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