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GardenOfColumba's Edible Backyard

Joined: 03/03/12 Updated: 13/01/14 Frost:
Location: Inala


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Spice zee nectaplum - I got just one fruit in its first season in the ground here in Brisbane. It is seriously impressive: fantastic flavoured fruit, beautiful dark pink flowers and red new growth, strong and very healthy. My new favourite tree. Relative to my other stone frui..1295 days 19hrs
Nectarine white satin - Check out the chill calculator daleys have provided, lets you figure out what your local chill hours are. I'm in Brisbane southwest and the white satin was my first to fruit. Still a very small tree, but the fruit was outstanding. Even unripe it had a de..2092 days 19hrs
Brisbane choices - Has anyone had the following fruit in Brisbane or Ipswich? If so, how was the quality, flavour, crop size and tree size? I want to add more trees to my garden but need to be selective. Ugni. Tropical Apples-dorsett golden, tropic sweet and tropic Anna....2498 days 22hrs
Avocados planted in hole1 - I'd love to have 4 varieties of avocado, and have not found a supplier who will graft 2 fruit stock onto the one stem. The preferred varieties of fruit are Hass, reed, Sharwill and shepperd. Has anyone experience in planting 2 avocados into the one hole..2905 days 19hrs
Avocados planted in hole - I'd love to have 4 varieties of avocado, and have not found a supplier who will graft 2 fruit stock onto the one stem. The preferred varieties of fruit are Hass, reed, Sharwill and shepperd. Has anyone experience in planting 2 avocados into the one hole..2905 days 19hrs

Tropical apples

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Update: 2042 days 20hrs

Comments: - All 3 (subtropical) varieties flowered well, but fruit set was limited to 2 per tree in their first year.  The flowers are rose-scented, and the fruit is incredible- sweet, tangy, sparkling flavour, with crisp juicy flesh.  Straight off the tree is definitely best.

Qty: 3

Pollination: No

Pest Control:

Bagging of fruit at 2cm in size.


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Pomegranate - Rosavaya 7/10

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Update: 2113 days 14hrs

Comments: - Love the fruit, like eating rubies. 

Height 2 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 1

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Winter

Pollination: No

Question: Is almost 2m tall, in it's second season, but the flowers keep falling off.


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Fig White Adriatic

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Update: 2113 days 14hrs

Comments: - I've got a north-facing hot spot that needs a tough and productive plant.  Only 50cm tall in a self-watering pot, and has 5 figs developing in it's first season.

Pollination: No


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Achacha

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Update: 2113 days 14hrs

Comments: - Fantastic flavour, rarely seen the fruit for sale. Still in the pot as I'm waiting for kinder weather to plant it.  It has already grown 5cm in semi shade. Is going in the shade of my large jacaranda tree.

Growing: In a Pot

Qty: 1

Sun/Shade: Low Sun

Water Given in: Spring

Pollination: No


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