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SaraPowter1's Edible Backyard

Joined: 21/07/11 Updated: 21/07/11 Frost:

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Best tasting avocados - the reed is like the "choquette" avocado, in shape, in the photo and for me is the king of all avocados. It is rich & creamy and leaves all the other for dead! I planted one from seen about 15 years ago and am still waiting for it's first towers! I..2033 days 18hrs
Chokos - and as to bottling the chokos, I will freeze the majority and try one bottle of vacola with added acid, always willing to try something new! if it works will know for next year! check back then! ..2793 days 15hrs
Chokos - Peeling chokos! I love them and especially in Mustard Pickles! But I hate peeling them , at least until this year! I have an apple peeler with a handle you wind. I dropped the corer down and set it on think peel and whizzed through 10 kg in about 15 mi..2793 days 15hrs
Chokos - has anyone ever tried to bottle plain chokos for making pickles later in the year? I have a great recipe for them and have made them from frozen peeled & diced ones, but I've run out of jam jars for the moment and have excess vacola jars so thought I..2794 days 15hrs
Guava tees in melbourne - :( meanie! It's such a pretty shady tree that for that alone it lives! As I have so much fruit on the other ones it will get a reprieve and flower away till it dies! ..2821 days 17hrs

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Best tasting avocados - The Reed is top of the list. I struck a seed this year and will work a graft onto my Hass :)..Liked Answer 2033 days 18hrs
Best tasting avocados - I love the taste of the Reed. Very creamy and a really good size fruit...Liked Answer 2033 days 18hrs

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SaraPowter1's Edible Fruits
Update: 3064 days 4hrs

Comments: - looks beautiful and I can use the frons to weave, just like a coconut leaf! only grey green.

Planted: 2004

Height 14 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 1

Fruit Harvest: 10 kilograms per Year

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Summer

Pollination: No

Fertiliser or Organics Used: whatever i have

When I Fertilise: Yearly

Pest Control: none  other than parrots!

Organic Status:Partially Organic


how do I make wine from the fruit?

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