Testimonials Shop News Specials Catalogue Contact Forum Blog My Account My Edibles
Christmas Discounted Gift Vouchers Delivered by Email
Christmas Discounted Gift Vouchers Delivered by EmailNext Delivery Date Jan 2021Rare Fruit magazinesFruit Tree Packs

Craig From PlantNet's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: PlantNet


* You need your own My Edibles Page to contribute Quick & Easy

Fruit Tree Forum Contributions

Craig From PlantNet Forum Contributions
Pinkabelle apple tree - Hi all, Pauline - you should not have to prune Pinkabelle - call me to discuss if you like as t may be easier to talk to you in person - (02) 9838 1909. Sylvia - Orange is fine to grow Pinkabelle. We have trees in Bathurst where we have many varieti..4483 days 23hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Morning all, Yes apple news is good for WA. Just have to be patient. Don't forget there are already columnar apples in WA that are suitable pollinators for Pinkaballe. Subtropical Angel Peach will not be avialble until Octoberish - the way the weat..4490 days 22hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Hi Jimmy sounds like you may be hitting Spring early too...Sydney is having lovely weather albeit a bit early for my liking! Would like to see winter finish off properly. Angel peaches are nice! Very sweet. We have a sub tropical version (this one is y..4497 days 18hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Hi all, Quick update to let you know we are still here but very busy with our Winter stock. We are getting an "early spring" which proves difficult for bare root trees! Most questions have been answered in the forum by the regulars so thanks to all w..4504 days 22hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Hi Lousie, 1: There is no need to prune your Pinkabelle. They tend to grow up before growing out. They will branch (see example picture on this blog). Remeber they only get to about a metre wide andare spur bearing. Be patient and it will grow to an ic..4675 days 21hrs


Other People who Recently Added Plants to My Edible Backyard