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TimMossVale1's Edible Backyard

Joined: 07/03/12 Updated: 07/03/12 Frost:
Location: Moss Vale

About My Edible Backyard

Why TimMossVale1 Love's Edible Plants

I enjoy the satisfaction of working with nature to provide fresh fruit and vegetables to eat in the knowledge that they have not been blasted with chemicals. I like to experiment methods of growing. The joy of the harvest. The satisfaction and the taste and texture reminds me of my childhood in the garden with my father.


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Potatoes1 - Has anybody had a fruit similar to a cherry tomato growning on their potato plants? This happens once the plant has flowered and seems to be on several varieties. I am waiting for them to ripen but don't hold much hope now as autumn is upon us. I suspect..4449 days 6hrs
Pomello tree - It's early days for me. I had to look for a plant that would survive frost and a cold climate. My other citrus cope with the hessian wrap and under a covered pergola in the winter. Just hope the pomello does the same...4456 days 6hrs
Pomello tree - At last I have located a flicks yellow pomello tree from Daley's. I live in the southern Highlands of NSW. I have only had the tree a month but it is already shooting. I planted in a Half wine barrel with a mixture of potting mix and cow manure. The cont..4456 days 6hrs
Pummelo - Still no luck with locating either pommelo seeds or fruit. Can anybody for the top end send some seeds from their fruit? I will pay postage...4535 days 9hrs
Pummelo - Thanks mike I will try a specialist fruit market to see if they are available. Might try to graft on to a dwarf greapefruit and see what happens. ..4568 days 7hrs

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