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Liz4's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: Kingsley(Perth)

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Pinkabelle apple tree - Thanks Jimmy, I didn't think it was fruit fly as hadn't seen any but something was going on with the leaves as well and I think some little bug was eating the leaves. I'm a hopeless gardener. Hopefully one day we'll get some decent apples that we can..5502 days 10hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Our 2 Pinkabelle trees have quite a bit of fruit on but we won't get to eat any as some pest got to the trees. The apples got quite sticky and some of them have gone soft and mushy but that could be from getting burnt. Whatever the bug is it get right in..5508 days 22hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - We bought our 2 pinkabelles about a year ago or whenever they became available in Perth. Have them in pots as we were led to believe that these trees are ideal to be grown in a pot. We don't have any other apple trees. One pinkabelle got 2 apples I guess..5811 days 22hrs
Navel orange tree - We have a navel orange tree possibly 6-7 years old. Can't remember when we bought it but when we did buy it from the nursery it had curly leaf and we can't completely get rid of that. When it got fruit heaps dropped off which I know happens but I feel t..5884 days 23hrs
Pinkabelle apple tree - Libby, As far as I know you just need to get a Granny Smith tree and plant it. I wouldn't think you need to graft. I am no expert, just learnt things on here. Bob is the expert. He'll probably tell you. He is very helpful. I also have a query for anyone..5915 days 6hrs

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