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Growandtell's Edible Backyard

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

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Why Growandtell Love's Edible Plants

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Dwarf mulberry pruning question - If you prune in Winter, the tree should have less milky sap oozing from the cut. After clipping the main trunk, you may be able to cut it into lengths and pot each one in Spring to hopefully get them to root and thus start more plants. Even if your plant ..3739 days 4hrs
Ants in nectarine fruit - I have been using a couple rings of sticky paper ('masking') tape wrapped around fruit tree trunks to stop the crawling bugs from reaching fruit or tender leaves. Many kinds of bugs, including ants, get their multiple feet stuck on the tape when it is s..4038 days 4hrs
New grafter - The mango seedlings that germinate in the compost pile may grow up to half a meter in height before Winter's certain freeze kills them each year here in the Houston area. If one of them ever survives as low as 25 degrees f., I would begin to give it prot..4045 days 19hrs
Grape - Have you eaten muscadines before? If not, could you try to locate any growers there that would let you sample some different varieties? If you wanted to grow any and could not find plants, I could mail seeds in a month or so from here. My vines grow well ..4053 days 19hrs
Drumstick tree - Afsariq- I typed and sent a wordy reply to your request on June 26. Since I did not see the reply posted, I am wondering if you received it. Please advise...4068 days 19hrs

Peach - Tropic Snow (Grafted) 10/10

Growandtell's Edible Fruits
Update: 4045 days 18hrs

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multiple reasons-  taste, size, smell,reliability, freestone, low maintenance

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 3

Pollination: Self Pollination

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