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I need help - you could use them as rootstock for another grevillea. They look quite stunning as a grafted standard. ..171 days 21hrs
Canistel fruiting - I’ve got an older Lyndal and find it to be a very shy bearer. I have a suspicion it is partially infertile as it flowers profusely, sets hardly any fruit, and the fruit that are set usually have a single seed. I grafted a few other varieties on and the ..262 days 10hrs
Soil type for fruit trees - It will cost a arm and a leg to buy bagged soil. Figure out how many cubic meters you need and order organic soil from your local landscape yard. The organic soil will be a mixture of composted manure, bark and sand. It is a bit more dense than potting so..292 days 24hrs
Mango scion wood - They are currently blooming but I’m sure some of the panicles will abort, and can take wood then. Since they are blooming I’d be inclined to wait to see what the fruit end up being like since they are seedlings. Either way it’ll be a month or two...309 days 16hrs
Meluma avocado - Bob you can shoot me an email on rggordey at ualberta dot ca. I have a variety of reds, purples and pinks. Not doing much collecting any more but have propigation material available if you want for many tropical and subtropical fruits..457 days 9hrs

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