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Peter The Permie's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: monbulk vic

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Pinkabelle apple tree - Hi Applenut, great to see your post on low chill varities, I noted you got some scion from Grove in Tassie, it has been closed by the Govt on sept 30th 2009 but we are waiting to see what happens with some others who may carry on with its great work. We h..5274 days 2hrs
Babaco - Hi guys , yes the Babaco is an acid fruit more like the Tamarillo, but we have found it very good when used in both Icecream (the milk cuts the acid) and in sorbet,. but the best way to use them has to be Baked- slice a whole fruit longways into 1/4's an..5314 days 18hrs
Babaco - Hi Speedy thanks for reinstating the pic I put up 2 years ago, since then I have produced probably 50 plants from my original 2 by using the method described by you. we have also been selling the fruit when we have excess at farmers markets from Sept to..5433 days 13hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Hi trevour contact Peter at Heritage fruit society we have gravenstein and 400 other apples you can graft with. call 0418 665 880 sunday 2/8 we will be at Petty's templestowe with all scion at the grafting day 1-4pm..5440 days 17hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Hi Helen , you get what you pay for , these will be on seedling rootstocks and can grow 6m high & 6m wide whats the cost of a chainsaw to prune them in the future. look for heritage apples on dwaft rootstocks only every need secators, plus they have othe..5450 days 16hrs

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