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Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Oh I forgot the sugar cane survived the winter perfectly. It was a new plant in late autumn, hey and the cats love chewing the new shoots. Marg..4731 days 12hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Janet, brilliant your avocado will most likely set fruit..we first had hundreds of little ones but most fell off leaving about 12..which I reckon is fine first year.. Our fuerte (or is it a zutano?) too is absolutely covered in flowers, to the point of d..4731 days 13hrs
Rare fruit swapsale in melbourne southeast1 - Hi All I so agree with Kirsty about getting together every so often Being a member of the SA rare fruit society is just so painful as they have some wonderful meetings, with budwood and swap and sell tables.... I have often wondered about trying to org..4733 days 20hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Thanks Tran and I'll give the dragons a whirl as well in the same spot...it is very warm and I should be able to keep it most as well....4735 days 19hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Hi Janet oops mine is A4 They are brilliant.. And thank goodness the real icy cold seems to have gone, and cross fingers no losses at all this year thanks to the poly house and heater advice. Now I am about to plant the sugar cane which is shootin..4736 days 20hrs

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