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Roselea's Edible Backyard

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


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Olive trees2 - I do believe you fruitist. The local nurseries here often seem at odds with each others advise. Thankyou very much for your reference to David Chandlee. I will let you know how I get on...4695 days 16hrs
Olive trees2 - Since my last post I spoke to the local nursery Violets & Lace about Dabai and Kembayau Olives. The owner is familiar with these cultivars stating that they are indeed native trees and very ornamental but poisonous to humans. How odd...4699 days 17hrs
Olive trees2 - Thankyou very much fruitist for this information. I will record these olive types and continue with my endeavour to grow my very own olive tree...4728 days 14hrs
Olive trees2 - I live in Far North Queensland where the climate is hot humid and of very high rainfall. As a gardener with limited experience I have been confused by the advise of different local nurseries. One stocks olive trees and states they are suitable for this..4732 days 17hrs
Problem fruit trees1 - Janiss the avocado is one fruit that we do have success with. My resource tells me that it is undesirable to apply fertilizer shortly before and during the flowering and early fruit set period up to about golf-ball size as it is known to cause fruit drop..4766 days 15hrs


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