Testimonials Shop News Specials Catalogue Contact Forum Blog My Account My Edibles
50 percent off when you pre order
50 percent off when you pre orderMulti Grafted VarietiesRare and Collectable treesUse these promo codes to get special offers when placing a new order

Peter1's Edible Backyard

Joined: 31/08/11 Updated: 24/05/21 Frost:

About My Edible Backyard

Why Peter1 Love's Edible Plants



* You need your own My Edibles Page to contribute Quick & Easy

Fruit Tree Forum Contributions

Peter1 Forum Contributions
Lemonade fruit - Anyone in Brisbane region/ area that has spare Lemonade Fruit I can get? Only after 10. Thanks..2285 days 13hrs
Queen garnet plum - Justin, Sure, it would be boring just to eat the same however,Queen Garnett plum has been scientifically tested and scrutinized, something which can't be said about other plum varieties. ..2597 days 17hrs
Queen garnet plum - Queen Garnett Plums are grown in Stanthorpe area (as far as I know), they do like cold conditions. Hugh M can correct this info. Cheers, Peter1 ..2726 days 23hrs
Queen garnet plum - Hi Ayebaresan, Thanks for that info, next time I'm in Toowoomba I'll have a look, in the meantime, thanks, but have placed an order with nutrafruit earlier. Thanks for the thought though. Cheers, Peter..2996 days 22hrs
Queen garnet plum - HughM, I went to Woolworths yesterday evening , purchased 2kg of Queen Garnett, I asked about the juice, they know nothing about it, they checked their inventory for stocks (from the front desk), they still said no nothing about it as in the juice. It ..2998 days 5hrs

Fruit Tree Forum Likes

Peter1 has LIKED the following:
Queen garnet plum - Hi Peter1, My local Greengrocer Betros Bros sells the Garnett juice (I live in Toowoomba, Queensland). But you can order the juice online from http://www.nutrafruit.com.au/products.html I'm unsure if you buy it in small quantities or if you have ..Liked Answer 2996 days 22hrs
Queen garnet plum - Thanks Peter - the local managers will not know about the nectar yet. It should be on-shelf in 530 shops in about 3 weeks...Liked Answer 2996 days 22hrs
Queen garnet plum - Hi folks, I was wondering if anyone knew when the Queensland Garnett plums might be available in 2016. I enjoyed them so much the last couple of years and I was interested in how the season has gone for growers. If somebody knew when they were be..Liked Question 3013 days 14hrs
Pawpaws - Doesn't look too bad Peter. The new growth shows that the warm weather has got it going but it could be a bit hungry. I would put some mulch - 15-20cms deep -around the base of the tree, maybe with some dynamic lifter or compost underneath, and keep ..Liked Answer 3383 days 7hrs
Pruning passionfruit - Peter1, might pay to dig in a lot of Gypsum as well, if it's that bad. Gypsum helps break up clay soils, I have to use a lot where I live :-(..Liked Answer 3773 days 7hrs
Pruning passionfruit - Hi Peter1, I fairly sure passionfruit like a pH of 6.5 to 7.5, so your soil/potting mix was way out. (not to mention the soil under the pot was 4.2! If it was a child, you'd be had up for child abuse :-) Why not try this brew for you pot: 1/3 compost, 1..Liked Answer 3774 days 7hrs

Dwarf Lemonade (Grafted) 4/10

Peter1's Edible Fruits
Update: 4614 days 8hrs

Comments: -

I like lemonade fruit as it has a more sweet flesh than lemons in general and makes a good refreshing drink when cold. Many years ago I remember purchasing this fruit at a selected fruit and vegie shop at Clayfield in Qld. I have never seen this fruit anywhere else except at Fruit World in NSW.


Fruiting Months September and October

Planted: 2010

Growing: In a Pot

First Fruited: 1 Years from purchase in pot

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Spring

Pollination: Self Pollination

Fertiliser or Organics Used: Complete Citrus Feed and slow release fertiliser. (Searles)

When I Fertilise: When Fruiting and Yearly

Pest Control:

White oil


I like to know why the flowers are not staying on. I've provided the plant with correct fertlizer, it's in a pot but I'm contemplating placing in the ground with real soil but not sure when to do this.

Will I need to place some type of support in the ground. i.e. a stick to help the plant support itself?


Was this review helpful? Yes | No | Report
7 of 14 people found this review useful

* You need your own My Edibles Page to contribute Quick & Easy

Other People who Recently Added Plants to My Edible Backyard