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Joined: 21/05/09 Updated: 21/05/09 Frost: None
Location: Enter Postcode First,2602,ACT

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Asimina tribolaamerican pawpaw temperate custard apple - P.S. That's Peter Teese of Yamina Rare Plants...204 days 13hrs
Asimina tribolaamerican pawpaw temperate custard apple - I believe Peter Teese will have grafted plants of two varieties in the future, but not at present...204 days 13hrs
Asimina tribolaamerican pawpaw temperate custard apple - Give me a call John. I might be able to help you. 0451517966 ..628 days 3hrs
Asimina tribolaamerican pawpaw temperate custard apple - Thanks Joel. If you have enough of them from named varieties you should eventually be able to select some that prove good enough to use as scions. But granted that very few of them are self-fertile, and that the male (pollen-providing) parent tree should ..649 days 16hrs
Asimina tribolaamerican pawpaw temperate custard apple - Joel, I would think so. I'm looking for a genuinely different cultivar, for variety...651 days 17hrs
Asimina tribolaamerican pawpaw temperate custard apple - Hi Joel. It's the cultivar that Chris Perry calls "e;Melbourne"e;. I bought it from Perry's nursery in South Australia as a grafted plant a few years ago. He said it was self-fertile, and I have found it so...655 days 16hrs
Asimina tribolaamerican pawpaw temperate custard apple - Is anyone interested to exchange budwood/scions of different Asimina cultivars? I have one very good one...672 days 3hrs
Asimina1 - I have a small amount of budwood from a self-fertile and delicious cultivar of Asimina. Would like to exchange it for budwood/scions of Pennsylvania Gold or other known varieties. Contact me at mark@Australianpoet.com Now would be the right time of year ..672 days 10hrs
Breeding a better feijoa - THE QUEST FOR A BETTER FEIJOA Most nurseries (unlike Daleys) only sell "mongrel" feijoas, grown from seed. Don't be fooled by signs saying "Favourite fruit" or "Pick and Eat". These are seedlings. But among the hundreds of thousands of such r..1993 days 17hrs
Feijoas for cooler places - I have been experimenting with Feijoa varieties in Canberra, at 600 metres altitude -- a typical high-country/NSW Tablelands climate. Late-fruiting varieties are unsuitable here, since the trees pretty much go to sleep for winter. Of the 7 varieties avail..2259 days 1hrs
Feijoas skin and all - Some cultivars of feijoa may be theoretically perfect fruits, in the sense that every part is edible. i.e. as with babaco, there is no skin to peel nor seeds to remove. Most people assume that feijoas must be peeled; and in fact, in fruits grown from..3688 days 1hrs

Grumichama - Black

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Pepino - Kendall Gold (Cutting) 9/10

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Fruiting Months February, March, April, May, June, July

Planted: 2008

Qty: 1

Fruit Harvest: 2 kilograms per Year

First Fruited: 2008 Years from purchase in pot

Pest Control:

None


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White Sapote - Lemon Gold

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Planted: 2009

Height 1 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 1

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun


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Blueberry - Sharpblue

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Cedar Bay Cherry

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Feijoa - Apollo

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Jaboticaba - Yellow

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Casana

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