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Mistykat's Edible Backyard

Joined: 07/09/11 Updated: 07/09/11 Frost: Low
Location: newcastle

About My Edible Backyard


Why Mistykat Love's Edible Plants

Unusual tasty fruit, that I know has not been kept in the freezer/fridge for months or picked in a different country. Also something different to the Jones, etc


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Peanut butter tree - Thanks BJ. I'll let you both know if it gets any leaves soon :)..2807 days 20hrs
Peanut butter tree - Thanks John. I was thinking the same; maybe Newcastle is too cold for it. Although the limbs arn't brittle yet, so there is hope :)..2807 days 20hrs
Miracle bush - Thanks BJ :)..2807 days 20hrs
Miracle bush - Thankyou John for your input. I planted in azalea mix, coconut palm mulch, water crystals etc. Planted firstly in a green shopping bag size pot for 2 months, then transplanted to the wine barrrel. I seriously think it was too hot for it...2807 days 20hrs
Miracle bush - I live in Newcastle. My tree looked very healthy when it arrived. I planted it in a large half wine barrel: Positioned on the West side of the house. Leaves started curling and looking very sunburnt. Bought another recently from Daley's to see if it was ..2810 days 22hrs
Peanut butter tree - I live in Newcastle. My tree looked very healthy when it arrived. I planted it in a large half wine barrel. Was surprised it has lost its leaves at the moment, as it should be evergreen! But Newcastle gets a lot of rain, so it may have been too wet and di..2810 days 22hrs
Peanut tree5 - I live in Newcastle. My tree looked very healthy when it arrived. I planted it in a large half wine barrel and didn't water during winter when it was deciduous. But Newcastle gets a lot of rain, so it was too wet and died of black rot :(..2810 days 22hrs
Peanut tree - The limbs still seem to be dying back, and black. But I now have green buds forming on the side of the trunk! Should I cut it back to the highest bud, or leave it alone?..2821 days 23hrs
Peanut tree4 - Is my Peanut tree dead? It has no leaves or buds. Do I wait a couple more weeks or do I remove it. If so do I need to treat the soil? The tips of the limbs went black recently, so I pruned them off to clean green area with 3 areas of possible budding. It ..2849 days 2hrs
Peanut tree3 - Is my Peanut tree dead? It has no leaves or buds. Do I wait a couple more weeks or do I remove it. If so do I need to treat the soil? The tips of the limbs went black recently, so I pruned them off to clean green area with 3 areas of possible budding. It ..2849 days 2hrs
Peanut tree2 - Is my Peanut tree dead? It has no leaves or buds. Do I wait a couple more weeks or do I remove it. If so do I need to treat the soil? The tips of the limbs went black recently, so I pruned them off to clean green area with 3 areas of possible budding. It ..2849 days 2hrs
Peanut tree1 - Is my Peanut tree dead? It has no leaves or buds. Do I wait a couple more weeks or do I remove it. If so do I need to treat the soil? The tips of the limbs went black recently, so I pruned them off to clean green area with 3 areas of possible budding. It ..2849 days 2hrs
Peanut tree - My Peanut has no leaves and does not look like it will bud. Is it dead? Why? It has been given normal attention; soil, water, fish emultion and a pruning when I saw some black die back! Should I pull it out or wait a couple more weeks? Do I need to treat ..2849 days 2hrs

Jaboticaba (Seedling) 7/10

Mistykat's Edible Fruits
Update: 2807 days 19hrs

Comments: -

I live in Newcastle. Planted in ground 2 years ago. Growing slowly, but very bushy and healthy. The new growth is pretty reddish leaves. Hasn't fruited yet, but this may take a couple more years. Only 1m tall at present. I water at least weekly during the hot months, and monthly during the cooler weather if it is dry. I only feed it Seasol, Thrive flower and fruit and ocassionly fish emultion. No pest yet. Will prune when it gets to 2 metres, as I want to reach all the fruit :)

Planted: 2009

Height 1 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Sun/Shade: Full Sun

Water Given in: Winter

Pollination: Self Pollination


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