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Asha's Edible Backyard

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


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Should i plant my shahtoot mulberry now - Hi everybody, I got my dwarf black mulberry delivered in early Feb, and planted it into a pot. I tip pruned it immediately as I wanted it to have more branches. But since then it has sat in the pot and nothing has happened. The leaves are getting yello..4297 days 0hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Hi Maha, I usually carefully identify the roots of the offshoot - using gloved fingers. The aim is to get some roots and the soil around them. Then plant the offshoot in another pot making sure that the soil level is not higher than when the little plant..4343 days 20hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Hi Tran, Les, I have been growing the curry leaf plant for about 13 years now, and find that around the time the tree fruits, it also gives a little off-shoot. If you prune the berries from the tree (I prune the flowers as soon as they appear) it haste..4360 days 23hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Hi Bhagya, I too love the Indian chikku. Do keep us posted on whether this is the Indian chikku - it seems to be from the description online. I have recently acquired a drumstick plant as well as a dwarf mulberry from Daley's. I love the eggplant a..4390 days 22hrs
Tropical fruit trees successfuly grown in melbourne - Hi Ajay, How did you get the seeds for the drumstick tree? I want to plant one in a pot in my backyard - I live in the inner city, so not much ground to plant the tree. Anyone have any ideas how this would work? I have asked Daley's to let me know whe..4537 days 18hrs


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